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New York Times, Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Rose ___, group with the 1977 #1 hit "Car Wash"

Author:
Robert A. Doll
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJQZ} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Doll.
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© 2010, The New York Times5/19/10 ( No. 22,107 )
Across
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Intimidate : DAUNT
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Group of eight : OCTAD
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Jazz style : BOP
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Mary of "The Maltese Falcon," 1941 : ASTOR
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Rose ___, group with the 1977 #1 hit "Car Wash" : ROYCE
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Bibliophile's suffix : ANA
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2010 Guinness world record at 1,689 lbs. : HEAVIESTPUMPKIN
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"Well, ___-di-dah!" : LAH
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Cybermemo : ENOTE
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Put up : ERECT
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Yoga posture : ASANA
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Stockbrokers' orders : TRADES
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1975 Pulitzer-winning critic : EBERT
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Successor to Frist as Senate majority leader : REID
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2010 Guinness world record at 11 ft. 6 in. : LONGESTMUSTACHE
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Director Lee : ANG
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Time on end : AEONS
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Shake a leg : HIE
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2010 Guinness world record at 72 lbs. 9 oz. : LARGESTMEATBALL
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Court legend : ASHE
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Stirs up : ROILS
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Mario Puzo best seller : OMERTA
49
Actor Lloyd : NOLAN
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Restaurant reading : CARTE
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Yard menaces : MOLES
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Staff's partner : ROD
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2010 Guinness world record at 115 ft. : HIGHESTHIGHDIVE
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Roxy Music co-founder : ENO
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Mr. who squints : MAGOO
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Stand out : EXCEL
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Part of A.A.R.P.: Abbr. : RET
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A whole bunch : SLEWS
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"Navy Blue" singer Renay : DIANE
Down
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Willy Wonka's creator : DAHL
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Where whalers go : ASEA
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Home of the city Bountiful : UTAH
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Topaz mo. : NOV
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Adriatic port : TRIESTE
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Director Welles : ORSON
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Terra ___ : COTTA
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Font contents : TYPE
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Prefix with puncture : ACU
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Class clown's "reward," often : DEMERIT
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Lay in the hot sun : BAKED
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Standing by : ONICE
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What suspenders suspend : PANTS
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Disney deer : ENA
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Gucci rival : PRADA
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1978 World Cup winner: Abbr. : ARG
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"The Gondoliers" girl : TESSA
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Mideast carrier : ELAL
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___ fides : BONA
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Mech. expert : ENGR
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Mysterious character : RUNE
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"I Am ... ___ Fierce," #1 Beyoncé album : SASHA
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Place for un béret : TETE
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May honoree : MOM
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Indian spiced tea : CHAI
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Challenge for Jack and Jill : HILL
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Snaky swimmers : EELS
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Country crooner Brooks : GARTH
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Values : ESTEEMS
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Seriously bad-mouthed : TRASHED
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"___ appétit!" : BON
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Orangish yellow : OCHER
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Northern terminus of U.S. 1 : MAINE
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Grain disease : ERGOT
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At all, in dialect : NOHOW
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Mishmashes : OLIOS
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Part of an itinerary : LEG
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Homeowner's debt: Abbr. : MTGE
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Costa ___ : RICA
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It's often operated with a dial : OVEN
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Strike out : DELE
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Erie Canal mule : SAL
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511, to Caesar : DXI

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle.

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