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New York Times, Thursday, April 28, 1994

Author:
Randy Sowell
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Randy Sowell

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FKQXZ} Spans: 3 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Sowell. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1994, The New York TimesNo. 0428 ( 16,242 )

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Across
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Instance : CASE
5
Kind of metabolism : BASAL
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Loading site : PIER
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"... _____forgive our debtors" : ASWE
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Get the lead out? : ERASE
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"The Cherry Orchard" miss : ANYA
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18th-century poet (whose name shares a feature with 36- and 56-Across) : PHILLISWHEATLEY
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Sweetheart : PET
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February 14 figure : EROS
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Major-league transaction : TRADE
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It may be proper : NOUN
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Opera composer Nikolai : OTTO
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Highlight : ACCENT
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Relieved : SPELLED
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Narrative Byron poem : LARA
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Room to _____ : SPARE
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Support : LEG
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17th-century dramatist : PIERRECORNEILLE
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United : ONE
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Navratilova rival : EVERT
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Boston athlete : CELT
43
Natural habitat : ELEMENT
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"Martha" et al. : OPERAS
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Isolated : LONE
48
TV sheriff Tupper : AMOS
49
Plus : ASSET
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Onetime labor chief : ABEL
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Good name for a cook? : STU
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20th-century writer : JOYCECAROLOATES
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Old song "_____ She Sweet?" : AINT
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Get _____ on : AMOVE
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Churchill prop : CANE
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Hwys. : RTES
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"John Brown's Body"poet : BENET
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Linemen : ENDS
Down
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Daisy Mae's drawer : CAPP
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"Days of Grace" author : ASHE
3
"M*A*S*H" actress : SWIT
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That's amoray : EEL
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Rough posting for a foreign correspondent : BEIRUT
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Illegal firing : ARSON
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Processes lumber : SAWS
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Quiet color : ASH
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Dracula actor Christopher : LEE
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Traverse a beat : PATROL
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"To Live and Die _____" : INLA
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Looked at : EYED
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Comic Martha : RAYE
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Ancient land of Spain : LEON
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Leader of '45 : ATTLEE
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Around : NEAR
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Eye-cue tests? : OPART
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Ocean flier : TERN
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Ken-L-Ration competitor : ALPO
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Queeg's command : CAINE
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Fish basket : CREEL
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Wear : SPORT
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"Oklahoma!" aunt : ELLER
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Singer Reese : DELLA
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Vista : SCENE
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Realizes : GETS
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Not hands-on : REMOTE
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Tied : EVEN
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Low-fat desserts : ICES
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Picks : ELECTS
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Spanish _____ : OMELET
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Charles's game : POLO
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Mightier than : ABOVE
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Partly open : AJAR
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"_____ was you!" (mystery denouement) : SOIT
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Nostalgic song ending : SYNE
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Middle name in Memphis : ARON
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Mr. Musial : STAN
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Take care of : TEND
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Spends : USES
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Rainy day rarity : CAB
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Soul, in Soissons : AME
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Virtuoso : ACE

Answer summary: 2 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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