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WORDS TO THE Y'S

New York Times, Sunday, May 15, 2005

Author:
Patrick Berry
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Patrick Berry

This puzzle:

Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 136, Blocks: 66 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 75 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2005, The New York TimesNo. 0515 ( 20,277 )
Across
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Persian for "king" : SHAH
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Former life : PAST
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March : TRAMP
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"___ no idea!" : IHAD
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At this point : HERE
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Ticket buyer's choice : AISLE
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One going around the office : RUMOR
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Big star : NAME
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Sigmund Freud's daughter : ANNA
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Pirating some data from? : TAKINGABYTEOUTOF
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Used, as notepaper : WRITTENON
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Rapper ___ Kim : LIL
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Complicated : TRICKY
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Ill-advised method of dental whitening? : LYETHROUGHONESTEETH
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Room furnishing : RUG
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Russian line : TSARS
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Film container : CAN
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Stuffing ingredient : SAGE
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Dijon is its capital : COTEDOR
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It's cut and dried : HAY
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Commando operations : RAIDS
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Little green ball : PEA
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Strains to hear at the Met? : ARIAS
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Flutters : ADOS
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Left, right and hairpin? : TURNSTYLES
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Conveyed : SENT
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"What rotten luck!" : DRAT
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Parker in the hotel business : VALET
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Large herbivore : MOOSE
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Better heated : TOASTIER
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Like jewelry boxes : LINED
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Recovered from a run : PANTED
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Winona in a halter top? : BAREBACKRYDER
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Robot shape, maybe : PERSON
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Harrow blades : DISKS
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Daybreak : COCKCROW
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Wasatch County resident : UTAHN
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Lap dogs : PEKES
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Guys' chat topic : CARS
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Dance party : RAVE
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Sgt. Carter, in 60's TV? : PYLEDRIVER
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Certain sorority chapter : ZETA
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Engender : BEGET
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Evil spirit : IMP
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Assured : SOLID
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Battery designation : AAA
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Construction site machines : LOADERS
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Bert of "The Wizard of Oz" : LAHR
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___ soda : SAL
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With 31-Down, Viennese-born photographer who pioneered in journalism : ERNST
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CBS cop show : CSI
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Belief that getting gray hair is no big deal? : NEVERSAYDYEATTITUDE
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World Cup match venues : STADIA
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Advanced deg. hunter's hurdle : GRE
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1850's Republican rallying cry : FREELABOR
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What Jekyll would prefer not to have? : HYDEINPLAINSIGHT
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Pro ___ : BONO
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Sport with a mask : EPEE
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Easily fooled : NAIVE
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Skiing hazards : TREES
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Acclaim : LAUD
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Place to sleep : DORM
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Pole staff? : ELVES
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Basketball star Maravich : PETE
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Kitchen extension : ETTE
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Wrap : SHAWL
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First Tudor king : HENRY
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___ Becker, "L.A. Law" role : ARNIE
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Tempers, as metal : HEATTREATS
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Set of keys : PIANO
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Begin courting : ASKOUT
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Y-shaped weapon : SLINGSHOT
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Mark of perfection : TEN
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They're on track : TRAINS
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100 kopecks : RUBLE
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Youngest March sister : AMY
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Quotable remark : MOT
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Goes through the motions : PRETENDS
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Canadian natives : INUITS
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Conspire : HATCHAPLOT
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Frenziedly : AMOK
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Stand up to : DEFY
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From behind: Lat. : ATERGO
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"___ follows virtue as if it were its shadow": Cicero : GLORY
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Prospector's interest : ORE
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Heavy sounds : THUDS
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See 90-Across : HAAS
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Timid one : SCAREDYCAT
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Corrupt : TAINT
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V formers : GEESE
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Relieved : EASED
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Put in a part : CAST
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Snack in a stack : OREO
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A Sinatra : TINA
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Less typical : RARER
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Pencil box top, often : RULER
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Tintoretto's "The Miracle of ___ Freeing the Slave" : STMARK
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Thrill-seekers : DAREDEVILS
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Ground force group : TANKS
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Pointer's direction : YON
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Gorilla researcher Fossey : DIAN
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NyQuil maker : VICKS
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They mature slowly : TBONDS
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Surgical instrument : LASER
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They're big among bodybuilders : PECS
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Did part of a triathlon : BIKED
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Noted Miami golf resort : DORAL
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Trainee : PUPIL
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Linguistic roots : ETYMA
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"Who's Poisoning America" author : RALPHNADER
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Boat, to its captain : SHE
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Praiseworthy : CREDITABLE
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Storm : RAGE
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Throughout : OVER
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Licks, maybe : WETS
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Pertaining to hair : PILAR
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Engagement breaker? : CEASEFIRE
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Sitcom about the Conner family : ROSEANNE
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Screwball : ZANY
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So-called "royal herb" : BASIL
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Warwickshire's Forest of ___ : ARDEN
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Sonnet starters : OCTETS
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Cash in : REDEEM
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Eagles' nests: Var. : EYRIES
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Dartboard : TARGET
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Evening hour, on a clock : VII
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Mojave plant : AGAVE
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Snicker : TEHEE
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Q-ship's quarry : UBOAT
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Jelly container, perhaps : DONUT
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Wash away : ERODE
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Mower stower : SHED
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Book slip : TYPO
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Cohort : PAL
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Actress Tyler : LIV
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Longtime Nascar sponsor : STP

Answer summary: 13 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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