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New York Times, Friday, May 2, 2003

Author:
Dana Motley
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Dana Motley

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 19 for Ms. Motley. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2003, The New York TimesNo. 0502 ( 19,533 )

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Across
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Latin trio part : AMAS
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Do or die : VERB
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One standing in the wind, maybe : KITER
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Abbr. at the bottom of a page : CONT
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Parisian possessive : AMOI
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Harden : INURE
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A student's place : HONORROLL
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Get out of the habit, maybe : STRIP
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Runs to become one : ELOPES
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Source of some foot-stomping : FLAMENCO
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"Now, hold on a minute here ..." : SAYWAIT
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N.H.L. players, informally : ICERS
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California's ___ Raceway Park : ALTAMONT
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Full complement of 41-Acrosses : TEN
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Rustic wood finish : KNOTTYPINE
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It may be a thriller : RIDE
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1980's White House name : NANCY
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She, in São Paulo : ELA
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Corporate division : SALES
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Dermatological concern : ITCH
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Like God : OMNISCIENT
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See 28-Across : TOE
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Total alternative : CHEERIOS
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Cooking evidence : AROMA
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Italian Communist Berlinguer and others : ENRICOS
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Chicago's Jane Byrne, once : MAYORESS
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Swiss canton : GENEVA
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It's spoken on Bering Island : ALEUT
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Opposite of emote : UNDERPLAY
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Cut out : CEASE
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Overwhelming audience response : ROAR
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Some are social : ILLS
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Thrifty competitor : HERTZ
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Becomes less active : EBBS
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It was associated with Humble Oil : ESSO
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Heart problems? : ACHES
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Scratch : MOOLA
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Get to : ANNOY
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One seen on "60 Minutes" : STOPWATCH
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Opposite of scrubs : VARSITY
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Comic Philips : EMO
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Massage, in a way : ROLF
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One with lots of 2-Down : BILLIONAIRE
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Fortune : KISMET
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Sepulcher : INTER
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Station rotation location : TURNSTILE
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"The Little Mermaid" hero : ERIC
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Defaulter's comeuppance : REPO
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Investment option : REALTY
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Adolescent development : ACNE
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Tailoring aid : TAPEMEASURE
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Heffalump's creator : MILNE
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Fall setting : EDEN
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Where stilts may be found : NEST
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Tricot, for one : KNIT
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The U.S. is in it : NATO
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Regularly, but not too frequently : ONCEAYEAR
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Recipe on a Sun-Maid box : RAISINPIE
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One who makes it home : SCORER
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Words said with a sigh : OHME
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Choir : SINGERS
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He accompanied Velázquez to Cuba : CORTEZ
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Drive out : ROUST
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Lockup lineup : CELLS
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Racing paths : OVALS
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Final decision : SAYSO
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Physicist with an eponymous number : MACH
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Helm heading : ALEE
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Toffee-nosed type : SNOB
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Flounder's kin : DAB

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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