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New York Times, Monday, May 14, 2001

Radio station in a 1970 Paul Newman title

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

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 42 Missing: {JKXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 92 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2001, The New York Times5/14/01 ( No. 18,815 )
Across
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Louisville Sluggers : BATS
5
Computer text can be written in this : ASCII
10
Gen. Bradley : OMAR
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Suffix with buck : AROO
15
Water pipes : MAINS
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Pink, as a steak : RARE
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Fishing hook : GAFF
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Unlikely dog show winners : MUTTS
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Cry of shock : EGAD
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"Shhh!" : BUTTONYOURLIP
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Radio station in a 1970 Paul Newman title : WUSA
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Frozen water: Ger. : EIS
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See 28-Across : SNEAD
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With 25-Across, three-time Masters champ : SAM
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Timeless Christmas wish : PEACE
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Booth Tarkington novel : PENROD
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Barber's obstacle : EAR
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Soup container : CAN
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"Shhh!" : ORDERINTHECOURT
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"There! ___ Said It Again" (old song hit) : IVE
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Pot's partner : PAN
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2 or 3, to 6 : FACTOR
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Pigeon's perch : LEDGE
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Mobil product : GAS
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Happening place : SCENE
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Naval initials : USS
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This, in Havana : ESTA
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"Shhh!" : QUIETONTHESET
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Hair roller result : CURL
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"Don't Cry for Me, Argentina" musical : EVITA
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Not just a star : IDOL
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Heloise offering : HINT
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Expert group : PANEL
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Meanie : OGRE
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___-bitsy : ITSY
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Icy rain : SLEET
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Putin's refusal : NYET
Down
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Word with punching or sleeping : BAG
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Many a Mideasterner : ARAB
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High-protein food : TOFU
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Computer games, e.g. : SOFTWARE
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Bullets and such : AMMOS
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Places to wear towels : SAUNAS
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Part of N.Y.C. : CITY
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"What's gotten ___ you?" : INTO
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Any Time : ISSUE
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Ultimatum phrase : ORELSE
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Travelers to Bethlehem : MAGI
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"I don't give ___!" : ARAP
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Scarlet : RED
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Henry VIII's house : TUDOR
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Yank (off) : RIP
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Grow moldy : SPOIL
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Chutzpah : NERVE
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Brought to a close : ENDED
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Classic name in insurance : AETNA
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___-jongg : MAH
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Urgent : ACUTE
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Leslie of "Gigi" : CARON
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___ nous : ENTRE
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Potato chip accompaniment : DIP
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Striped shirt wearer : REF
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Complain, complain : NAG
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Hindu social group : CASTE
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Special time : OCCASION
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Word that precedes a sentence? : GUILTY
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180° from WNW : ESE
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Sofa : SETTEE
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Stair parts : STEPS
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Commandment verb : SHALT
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Throw in the towel : QUIT
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Vases : URNS
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Many a toy train track : OVAL
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Shop-opening time : NINE
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On pins and needles : EDGY
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Sped : TORE
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Windy City, for short : CHI
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Disappoint, with "down" : LET

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