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New York Times, Tuesday, April 30, 1996

"The Two Gentlemen of Verona" character

Author:
G. E. Paul
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Gregory E. Paul

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJQXZ} This is puzzle # 32 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1996, The New York Times4/30/96 ( No. 16,975 )
Across
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Show fright : PALE
5
Big rig : SEMI
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"The Two Gentlemen of Verona" character : SPEED
14
Smelter refuse : SLAG
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Old Testament book : AMOS
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Tom Sawyer's aunt : POLLY
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To boot : ALSO
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Highway sign : HILL
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Holmes's "___Venner" : ELSIE
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Court call : LET
21
Degas painting, with "The" : BALLETCLASS
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Agatha Christie genre : MYSTERY
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Noshed : ATE
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___Major : URSA
27
Radio receivers : ANTENNAS
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Redcap's domain : DEPOT
34
Look of contempt : SNEER
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___de la Cite : ILE
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Like a good listener : RAPT
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Basketballer : CAGER
38
Jim Croce's "___a Name" : IGOT
39
Mad.___ : AVE
40
Consumer protector Ralph : NADER
41
Inferior grade of tea : BOHEA
42
Computer adjunct : TERMINAL
44
Wimp's word : CANT
45
LAX letters : ETA
46
Seasoning seed : CARAWAY
49
Monet painting : WATERLILIES
54
Old TV's "You___There" : ARE
55
Actress Alexander of "The Cosby Show" : ERIKA
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"The Highwayman" heroine : BESS
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Wineglass feature : STEM
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February forecast : SLEET
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Machu Picchu builder : INCA
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Clearasil target : ACNE
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Yankee manager Joe : TORRE
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It gets into a jamb : DOOR
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More___meets the eye : THAN
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Sacred song : PSALM
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Kind of cat : ALLEY
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Leonardo da Vinci fresco, with "The" : LASTSUPPER
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Super ending : EGO
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Mali's desert : SAHARA
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One of the Brontes : EMILY
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Gangster's gal : MOLL
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Elba, e.g. : ISLE
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Ghost : SPECTER
10
Sneeze cause : POLLEN
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Socialite Maxwell : ELSA
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New Haven collegians : ELIS
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Uses henna : DYES
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Defeat : BEST
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Spud : TATER
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Jog : TROT
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Harp player : ANGEL
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Poetic contraction : NEER
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Rembrandt painting, with "The" : NIGHTWATCH
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Skin softener : ALOE
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___bad example : SETA
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"Shucks!" : DRAT
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Roof edge : EAVE
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Actress Thompson of "Family" : SADA
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Florida's Saint Lucie, e.g. : CANAL
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New Rochelle college : IONA
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Fertilizer : NITRATE
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Universal product code elements : BARS
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More submissive : MEEKER
44
"All hail___!" : CAESAR
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Name for a Kid : CISCO
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Gladiator's spot : ARENA
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Sheba, today : YEMEN
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Toward sunset : WEST
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"Alice's Restaurant" singer : ARLO
51
Row : TIER
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Footnote abbr. : IBID
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Late-night host : LENO
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Coll. entrance exam : SAT

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