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New York Times, Sunday, April 6, 2003

Author:
Joe DiPietro
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Joe DiPietro

This puzzle:

Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 140, Blocks: 73 Missing: {JZ} This is puzzle # 62 for Mr. DiPietro.
Jim Horne notes:

This puzzle was never published in Across Lite format on the NYT website and it's available here for the first time. Clues shown here as ellipses (...) were simply omitted in the print version.

The first and last names of famous people are clues to consecutive answers.

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© 2003, The New York TimesNo. 0406 ( 19,507 )
Across
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Similarly overweight : ASFAT
6
General Mills cereal : TOTAL
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Protected the king, in a way : CASTLED
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Reagan-appointed justice : SCALIA
20
"Now that's sexy!" : OOLALA
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Clothes holder : ARMOIRE
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Predilections : TASTES
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John Denver : TOILET
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... : NBATEAM
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Paolo Veronese's field : ARTE
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Be responsible for : SEETO
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Cool, in slang : PHAT
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"Friends" character : ROSS
31
Actor Robert of "The Sopranos" : ILER
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Ancient city with remains near Aleppo : EBLA
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Like ideal teeth : WHITEST
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Blockhead : LUG
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Cartoon canine : REN
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Brilliant : STELLAR
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Period ending January 6 : NOEL
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Iron ___ : ORE
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And the following: Lat. : ETSEQ
44
Rich Little : ROLLINGINIT
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... : WEE
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Dark period for France : NUIT
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Beach-going mil. craft : LST
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Small herd of seals : POD
53
Girlfriends, in Guatemala : AMIGAS
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Gave up, in a way : LOSTHOPE
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Certain party attire : TOGAS
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Tori Spelling : DONUTSHAPES
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... : CLASSWORK
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October's stone : OPAL
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Erode : EATAT
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Noted choreographer of Baryshnikov : THARP
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Wine characteristic : NOSE
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Patty Duke : BUNFILLER
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... : MARYLANDFOE
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They lack cutting edges : EPEES
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People sometimes go to them : EXTREMES
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"___ matter" : DOESNT
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Run out of juice : DIE
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Tube inits. : ADA
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Paltry : MERE
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Mountain sight : TOR
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Beau Bridges : STEADYFLAME
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... : SPANS
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Minimal order : ONE
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Western state, slangily : CALI
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Oft-repeated Beatles refrain : LETITBE
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"___ no-o-o ..." : BUT
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Tube inits. : MTV
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"Three's Company" roommate : CHRISSY
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Winged : ALAR
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Catherine who was a queen : PARR
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"___ Rebel" (Crystals song) : HESA
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Be precarious, maybe : LEAN
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With 1-Down, famed dancer : ADELE
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NE Italian city : ESTE
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Christian Slater : GENTILE
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... : ROOFER
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1955 Horse of the Year : NASHUA
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Sainted 13th-century philosopher : AQUINAS
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Mire : MORASS
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Until the due date : TOTERM
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Musical equipment : STEREOS
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Initiate : SPARK
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Valuable deposits : LODES
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See 111-Across : ASTAIRE
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Red Buttons : SCARLET
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... : FASTENS
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Take in, in a way : ALTER
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20-20, e.g. : TIE
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Nickname of N.F.L. legend Ed Jones : TOOTALL
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Mishmash : OLIO
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India's ___ Chess Academy : TAL
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Hebrew alphabet starter : ALEPH
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Plaster base : LATHING
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Base hit? : CANTEEN
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Financial speculator, for short : ARB
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Hurt a little : SMART
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Wizard visitor : TOTO
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Waits patiently : LIESLOW
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Disappearing act? : ERASURE
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Like one side of an aisle: Abbr. : DEM
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Plus : ASSET
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Premiere of 1887 : OTELLO
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Writer who's always seeing things? : EBERT
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Yours, to Yvette : ATOI
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Carpi : WRISTS
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Cause for a correction : SLIP
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Relative of "hmmm" : GEE
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Play catcher, say : SQUAT
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Ready : ALLSET
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Overwhelmed : ENGULFED
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Utmost : NTH
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Small fry : TOTS
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1970's-80's court star Dan : ISSEL
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In one's heart of hearts : DOWNDEEP
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Hot-climate building material : ADOBE
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Finish a task completely : MOPUP
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Fatuous : INANE
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Glove material : LATEX
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Squiggles and such : OPART
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Earthy pigment : OCHRE
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Masques, e.g. : PLAYS
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Certain estate owner : EARL
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Blunders : GOOFS
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Insurance fraud ploy, perhaps : ARSON
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Kind of shooter : SKEET
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In good health : HALE
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Suit part : SPADE
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Hot ___ : TAMALE
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Fertility goddess : ISIS
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Citrus-damaging insect : MEDFLY
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Like the dragon Fafnir : NORSE
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Part in the shining? : RAY
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Make a permanent impression : ETCH
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Music genre : METAL
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Mix of movies : TOM
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Not openly : ONTHEQT
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Earnings : REVENUE
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Like some seals : EARLESS
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"That's ___!" : ALIE
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Drops a bomb? : DISARMS
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How business executives are often posed : ATADESK
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Track competitors : MILERS
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Chagrined : ABASHED
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Foster Brooks : NURTURE
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... : STREAMS
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Gen. Scowcroft : BRENT
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"Hannah and Her Sisters" Oscar winner : CAINE
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Pry : SNOOP
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Sauce with olive oil : PESTO
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Hurly-burly : STIR
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Really out there : AFAR
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Oomph : GAS
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Charles G. Finney's "The Circus of Dr. ___" : LAO
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___ pro nobis : ORA
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Juno rival : AOL

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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