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New York Times, Saturday, May 13, 2000

Author:
William S. Cotter
Editor:
Will Shortz
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William S. Cotter

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Cotter. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2000, The New York TimesNo. 0513 ( 18,449 )
Across
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Not as a group : APIECE
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Like meadows : GRAZED
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They may hold your arms : GUNRACKS
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Like arabesques : ROCOCO
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Big cattle ranching center : AMARILLO
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Grieg's piano concerto is in it : AMINOR
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Proceeded further than expected, say : RANONEMPTY
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Subject of a St. Petersburg, Fla., museum : DALI
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Minicam abbr. : REC
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Mania source : BEATLES
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Be-boppers : CATS
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It requires footwork : TREADLE
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Big name in kitchen utensils : OXO
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Its players take a bow : VIOL
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Swimsuit ___ : ISSUE
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Links apparel : VEENECKSWEATERS
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County of Salem, Mass. : ESSEX
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Radiation products : IONS
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Main feature? : GAS
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Goose steppers? : WEBFEET
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Dollar stretcher : SALE
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Crumpet cooker : GRIDDLE
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Confucian follower : IST
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Gold ___ : LAME
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1980's catchphrase : IWANTMYMTV
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Kind of push-up : ONEARM
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Trattoria entree : CALAMARI
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Close tight : SEALUP
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He forced Lee's surrender at Appomattox : SHERIDAN
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Gets, so to speak : SENSES
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Infuses : STEEPS
Down
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Food thickening agent : AGAR
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Adidas alternative : PUMA
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Aerosmith's "Love ___ Elevator" : INAN
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Field trips : ERRORS
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Ship in a 1951 best seller : CAINE
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Picky? : ECLECTIC
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Became overcast : GRAYED
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Data storage site : ROM
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Critical step : ACIDTEST
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Like some shipping rates : ZONAL
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Molière's "L'___ des maris" : ECOLE
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Humphrey of modern dance : DORIS
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Dutch carrier : KLM
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Payoff : SOP
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Course list abbr. : TBA
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Smith, sometimes : ALIAS
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Dock site : COVE
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Hackers : AXES
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They may be corny : TOES
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Soldier guarding a demilitarized zone : ROK
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William Carlos Williams dedicatee : ELSIE
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Sore : VEXED
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Dreamcast producer : SEGA
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___-Altaic languages : URAL
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Being at the Forum : ESSE
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Governmental reorganizations : NEWDEALS
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"Oh, ___!" : WOE
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Gets a handle on? : ENTITLES
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Ad sites at ball games : BLIMPS
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Limited number : FEW
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Buffalo : STYMIE
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Explain away, with "over" : GLOSS
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Indian royal : RANEE
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Conversational filler : IMEAN
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Like some moves : SMART
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Coolers, briefly : ACS
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Casual turndown : NAH
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Like some beds : MADE
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Mouth, slangily : TRAP
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Médoc and others : VINS
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Way in Montréal : RUE

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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