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New York Times, Friday, May 27, 1994

Author:
Chet Currier
Editor:
Will Shortz
Self-promotional notice in a magazine
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Chet Currier

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 44 This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Currier.
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O
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U
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T
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HOUSE
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T
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N
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H
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HOUSE
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P
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P
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A
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HOUSE
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R
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G
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H
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S
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D
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T
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S
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O
P
E
N
HOUSE
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HOUSE
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D
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G
L
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E
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K
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B
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HOUSE
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O
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F
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L
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P
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F
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N
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HOUSE
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U
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L
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© 1994, The New York Times5/27/94 ( No. 16,271 )
Across
1
Privy : OUTHOUSE
5
U.S. narc : TMAN
9
Egg depository : HENHOUSE
13
Clear (out) : PLOW
14
Sum up : RECAP
16
"___ any wonder?" : ISIT
17
Thompson of films : EMMA
18
"You ___ Beautiful" : ARESO
19
The Coasters' record label : ATCO
20
Wow everyone : BRINGDOWNTHEHOUSE
23
Self-defense item : MACE
24
Mer material : EAU
25
"I Fall to Pieces" singer : CLINE
27
Trash pickup spot : CURBSIDE
32
Greenspan and Paton : ALANS
33
Super-growth locales : HOTHOUSES
34
___ sequitur : NON
35
Summoned, in a way : RANG
36
Jockey rival : HANES
37
Transceiver button : SEND
38
Prefix with literal or lateral : TRI
39
Does a laundry job : SORTS
40
Party you can't crash : OPENHOUSE
41
Family assets : HOUSEANDHOME
43
Dance movement : GLIDE
44
Fearful cry : EEK
45
Enfant terrible : BRAT
46
John Guare play, with "The" : HOUSEOFBLUELEAVES
52
Via Veneto farewell : CIAO
53
St. ___ (London site) : PAULS
54
Amusement park staple : FUNHOUSE
57
Trade grp. : ASSN
58
Frontier trophy : SCALP
59
Eye part : UVEA
60
Henri's head : TETE
61
Orange and lemon, e.g. : HUES
62
Gatsby portrayer, 1949 : LADD
Down
1
Uncover, poetically : OPE
2
Site of a Napoleon victory, 1805 : ULM
3
Pyramid, perhaps : TOMB
4
Moving tribute? : HOUSEWARMING
5
Daze : TRANCE
6
Road sign : MERGE
7
Handled perfectly : ACED
8
Publius Ovidius ___ : NASO
9
Break : HIATUS
10
O.T. book : ESTH
11
Decorous : NICE
12
Kind of search : HOUSETOHOUSE
15
Juggernauts : POWERHOUSES
21
McKellen and Fleming : IANS
22
Catches : NABS
25
Santa ___, Calif. : CLARA
26
Music man Lester : LANIN
27
Short story : CONTE
28
Salt Lake City team : UTES
29
"Baby, ___ Your Loving" : INEED
30
"Twicknam Garden" poet : DONNE
31
Christie's "Peril at ___" : ENDHOUSE
32
Specialized movie theater : ARTHOUSE
33
Detriment : HARM
36
Circuits : HOOKUPS
37
Nasty : SPITEFUL
39
Cartoonist Silverstein : SHEL
40
Olympic skater Johann ___ Koss : OLAV
42
Filet : DEBONE
43
Perceives : GRASPS
45
Debutante : BELLE
46
Pest controller of a sort : HOUSECAT
47
French flower : OISE
48
Express : FAST
49
Per : EACH
50
Outdoor feast : LUAU
51
Fiji's capital : SUVA
55
Nancy Drew's beau : NED
56
Self-promotional notice in a magazine : HOUSEAD

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later, 4 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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