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New York Times, Tuesday, May 10, 1994

Author:
David Ellis Dickerson
Editor:
Will Shortz
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David Ellis Dickerson

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 34 Missing: {QXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Dickerson. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1994, The New York TimesNo. 0510 ( 16,254 )

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Across
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Masquerades : GALAS
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"Fe, fi ,fo, _____!" : FUM
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Batman foe, with "The" : JOKER
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Native Alaskan : ALEUT
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Prince Hirobumi : ITO
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Sheeplike : OVINE
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Irving's "A Prayer for Owen _____" : MEANY
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The lambada, once : FAD
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Grand mountain : TETON
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Dr. Seuss title : YERTLETHETURTLE
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Actress Skye : IONE
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Ho Chi _____ : MINH
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Car job : LUBE
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_____ Bingle (Crosby) : DER
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God Almighty : THEONE
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A year in Mexico : ANO
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Put to the grindstone : HONED
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Studio prop : EASEL
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Dr. Seuss title : IFIRANTHECIRCUS
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Plant seeds again : RESOW
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_____-scarum : HARUM
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Coach Parseghian : ARA
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Shakespearean oath : SDEATH
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Smidgen : BIT
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Love of Greece? : EROS
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Dance or hairstyle : SHAG
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Calf's meat : VEAL
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Dr. Seuss title : HORTONHEARSAWHO
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One- _____ (short play) : ACTER
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Crystal ball, e.g. : ORB
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Keep busy : TIEUP
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Violinist Isaac : STERN
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Part of R.S.V.P. : SIL
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Wrestling's _____ the Giant : ANDRE
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Western film title of '75 and '93 : POSSE
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Golf peg : TEE
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Relaxes : RESTS
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Like venison : GAMY
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Out of the wind : ALEE
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Carroll contemporary : LEAR
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Em, e.g. : AUNTIE
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Pen, for Pierre : STYLO
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About mid- month, with "the" : FIFTEENTH
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Brigham Young's home : UTAH
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Computer-phone link : MODEM
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Norse land of giants : JOTUNHEIM
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Make out at a party? : OVERHEAR
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Songstress Eartha : KITT
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Organic compound : ENOL
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Philosopher Descartes : RENE
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Conclude with : ENDON
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Small bird : TIT
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Dens : LAIRS
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Hungry : UNFED
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Idaho city : BOISE
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Betty Ford program : REHAB
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1991 Stallone comedy : OSCAR
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Brain surgeon's prefix : NEURO
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Columnist Maxwell et al. : ELSAS
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Author from Salem, Mass. : HAWTHORNE
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Inferable : DERIVABLE
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Dinner chickens : ROASTERS
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More like Shirley Temple : CUTER
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_____ Solo of "Star Wars" : HAN
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Sir Galahad's mother : ELAINE
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Popular word game : GHOST
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"_____ Is Born" : ASTAR
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Fastener : HASP
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VIII, to Virgil : OCTO
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Blvds. and rds. : RTES
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Toledo's vista : ERIE
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Hitches : WEDS
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William of "The Doctor" : HURT
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Unlocks, in a sonnet : OPES

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later.

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