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New York Times, Saturday, May 22, 2004

Author:
Mark Diehl
Editor:
Will Shortz
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1.573038
Mark Diehl

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 68, Blocks: 27 Missing: {FX} This is puzzle # 42 for Mr. Diehl. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2004, The New York TimesNo. 0522 ( 19,919 )
Across
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Possible source of big winnings : TVQUIZSHOW
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Introductory text : ABCS
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Words on some maps : YOUAREHERE
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Hubbard of fiction : LRON
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Where errors are seen : SCOREBOARD
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Another white meat : TUNA
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Bit of granola : OAT
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One can't do this : DUET
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Port on the Vistula : GDANSK
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Brave, for instance : NLER
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Colony member : LEPER
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Seoul's Kyung ___ University : HEE
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Straight : HETERO
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Sound off : OPINE
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Slower, musically : MENOMOSSO
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Buddy-buddy : PALSY
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Slippery ones : EVADERS
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Cleanup target : RESIDUE
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Insane talker : RAVER
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Unprofessional film quality : JERKINESS
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Shop, for one : CLASS
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Familiarize : ORIENT
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Chris's player in "The Magnificent Seven" : YUL
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Kind of acid : OLEIC
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Money-losing proposition : SCAM
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Texas/Louisiana border river : SABINE
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When repeated, a child's plaything : CHOO
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Treasure of the Sierra Madre : ORO
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"Voice of Israel" writer : EBAN
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They build bridges : NASALBONES
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Further : ALSO
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Extreme : INORDINATE
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Archie or Veronica : TEEN
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Sedimentary materials : SANDSTONES
Down
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Chicken giant : TYSON
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Not shy : VOCAL
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Nasdaq listing : QUOTE
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Nasser once led it: Abbr. : UAR
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Put out : IRED
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Indian bovine with a humped shoulder : ZEBU
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Jackson moniker : SHOELESSJOE
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Arms of the underworld : HEATERS
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Skating legend : ORR
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It can give a golfer a lift : WEDGE
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Lady Bird's middle name : ALTA
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Ringbearer of Scandinavian myth: Var. : BRUNHILDE
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Meeting of the minds : CONSENSUS
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Throw for a loss? : SNAKEEYES
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Pays a visit : DROPSIN
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Ancient Wonder site : RHODES
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"Eat to live, not live to eat" penner : POORRICHARD
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Boston college : EMERSON
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Rocky prominence : TOR
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Puts on a coat : PAINTS
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Resting place of God, in the Bible : MERCYSEAT
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Like the items shown on "Antiques Roadshow" : EVALUABLE
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Guantánamo Bay, e.g. : NAVALBASE
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Make, with "out" : EKE
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Early American explorer : ERICSON
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Weakly pronounced consonant, in phonetics : LENIS
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Jay follower : CONAN
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Rocky prominence : ARETE
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One ordered to take two tablets : MOSES
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Home ___ : INON
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Cutlass maker : OLDS
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Final farewell : OBIT
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Santa ___, Calif. : ANA
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Bed-In for Peace participant, 1969 : ONO

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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