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New York Times, Tuesday, April 29, 1997

Author:
Jeff Herrington
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Jeff Herrington

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {FHJQXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 20 for Mr. Herrington. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1997, The New York TimesNo. 0429 ( 17,339 )
Across
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Sluggers' stats : RBIS
5
Theme of this puzzle : COLON
10
Capital of Italia : ROMA
14
Burn soother : ALOE
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Filibuster, in a way : ORATE
16
Hawaiian music makers : UKES
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Editor's definition of this puzzle's theme : PUNCTUATIONMARK
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Prevent legally : ESTOP
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Popular beverage brand : SNAPPLE
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Shea nine : METS
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More crafty : SLIER
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Allowable : LICIT
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Beckon : INVITE
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University of Maine site : ORONO
34
___-do-well : NEER
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Dickens protagonist : PIP
38
Mapmaker's definition of this puzzle's theme : PANAMACANALCITY
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Compass heading : ENE
43
Pseudonymous short-story writer : SAKI
44
Backing for an exhibit : EASEL
45
Peaceful : IRENIC
47
Sentient : AWARE
48
Insurance giant : AETNA
51
Negative in Nuremberg : NEIN
53
Competed in the Hambletonian : TROTTED
56
Ribeye, e.g. : STEAK
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Physician's definition of this puzzle's theme : INTESTINALORGAN
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Bank claim : LIEN
65
Battery part : ANODE
66
Second in command : GORE
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Driver's license prerequisite : TEST
68
The ___ Prayer : LORDS
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Interested look : OGLE
Down
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Genre for Notorious B.I.G. : RAP
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Depressed : BLUE
3
Charged particles : IONS
4
Split-off group : SECT
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Stylish auto : COUPE
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Man-mouse link : ORA
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Back muscle, familiarly : LAT
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Redding of 60's soul : OTIS
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"Open 24 hours" sign, maybe : NEON
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Muss up : RUMPLE
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Animal with zebra-striped legs : OKAPI
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Actress Oberon : MERLE
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Questioner : ASKER
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Indian drum : TOMTOM
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Political cartoonist Thomas : NAST
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Kid's make-believe telephone : TINCAN
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Elude the doorman : SNEAKIN
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Canter : LOPE
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Ayatollah's land : IRAN
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Dunce cap, essentially : CONE
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___ pinch : INA
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Where St. Mark's Cathedral is : VENICE
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Investment vehicle, for short : IRA
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Famous tower locale : PISA
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Roman road : ITER
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See 49-Down : PYLE
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Enzyme suffix : ASE
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Shanty : LEANTO
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Bird's cry : CAW
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Purpose : INTENT
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"Phooey!" : RATS
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Not perfectly upright : ATILT
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With 37-Down, famous W.W. II correspondent : ERNIE
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Big handbags : TOTES
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Wight and Man : ISLES
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List shortener : ETAL
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Singer Martin, to friends : DINO
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Therefore : ERGO
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In awe : AGOG
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Basketball's Malone : KARL
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Neither's companion : NOR
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Do basic arithmetic : ADD
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Society column word : NEE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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