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New York Times, Saturday, May 21, 1994

37-Across : Pair

Author:
Charles E. Gersch
Editor:
Will Shortz
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485/10/19519/29/20100
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741831312
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1.5300131
Charles E. Gersch

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 33 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 33 for Mr. Gersch.
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S
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T
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O
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F
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N
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V
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W
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L
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S
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G
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L
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© 1994, The New York Times5/21/94 ( No. 16,265 )
Across
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Leaves in a huff : STORMSOFF
10
Calendar abbr. : NOV
13
Warning for the inattentive : WAKEUPCALL
15
Actress Maryam : DABO
16
Some fast-food offerings : ENCHILADAS
17
"___ do you good!" : ITLL
18
Prefix with benzene : AZO
19
___ de veau (sweetbread) : RIS
20
Outcome : UPSHOT
22
Rain check : TARP
24
Designation : TERM
27
Frigidaire rival : AMANA
28
Matriculate : ENROL
30
"... ___ to breathe free" (Statue of Liberty inscription) : YEARNING
32
Ropes : RIATAS
34
Herders' sticks : PRODS
35
Commercially O.K. : SALABLE
37
Pair : TWOSOME
41
"... ___ a good night!' : TOALL
43
Armenia's capital: Var. : ERIVAN
44
Shows glee : CHORTLES
47
About : ANENT
48
Noted "Porgy and Bess" soprano : PRICE
49
Sound : SANE
51
Actor David of "Rhoda" : GROH
52
Hoodwink : EUCHRE
54
Rock's ___ Rose : AXL
56
Actor Gulager : CLU
57
Kon ___ : TIKI
58
More fast-food offerings : SLOPPYJOES
62
Dripping wet : ASOP
63
Keep going : PERPETUATE
64
Albanian coin : LEK
65
Inexpensive telegram, once : DAYLETTER
Down
1
Woollies : SWEATERS
2
Country since 1964 : TANZANIA
3
1881 fight site : OKCORRAL
4
Pre-show show: Abbr. : REH
5
___ Woods (California tourist site) : MUIR
6
Bowler's problem : SPLIT
7
"The Plough and the Stars" playwright : OCASEY
8
It goes in one era and out the other : FAD
9
Ala. neighbor : FLA
10
Prophet who reprimanded David : NATHAN
11
Rectangular : OBLONG
12
Pioneer physicist Alessandro : VOLTA
14
Baton Rouge coll. : LSU
15
Letting go : DISMISSING
21
Curious one : PANDORA
23
Crisp : POTATOCHIP
25
Polit. label : REP
26
Business hub : MART
29
Hard hat : LABORER
31
Poet laureate Nicholas : ROWE
33
Part of a blind : SLAT
36
Office workstations, maybe : ELLS
38
Winter wear : OVERCOAT
39
Legendary Spanish matador : MANOLETE
40
Cheerleader, in a way : ENTHUSER
42
Actress Thompson : LEA
44
Popular vacation trip : CRUISE
45
Name in Western lore : HICKOK
46
Rather fashionable : SNAPPY
48
Labellum : PETAL
50
Remove : EXPEL
53
Answer to "How did you know?" : ESP
55
Hydro- or electro- follower : LYTE
59
Organized : LED
60
"...man ___ mouse?" : ORA
61
Project : JUT

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 4 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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