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New York Times, Thursday, May 27, 2004

Author:
Cathy Millhauser
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Cathy Allis

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: none – this is a pangram. Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 82 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite
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Across
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Reds Hall-of-Famer Tony : PEREZ
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It holds a yard : MAST
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Kind of pet : CHIA
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Historic mission : ALAMO
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Northern capital : OSLO
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Kennel enclosures : RUNS
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Wardrobe malfunction at a restaurant? : SLIPOUTFORLUNCH
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Result of some bathing : TAN
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Actress Vardalos : NIA
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Bacon or Lamb product : ESSAY
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With 48-Across, wardrobe malfunction at an auto repair shop? : SHIFTINTO
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Wash against, as the shore : LAPAT
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Payment penalty : LATEFEE
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Duvet filling : EIDER
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Wink, nudge, etc. : CUES
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Third qtr. starter : JUL
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Wardrobe malfunction on the job? : SLACKSOFFATWORK
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Undermine : SAP
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Knee-slapper : HOOT
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Subs : HEROS
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Figure seen at an intersection : OCTAGON
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Wampum : BEADS
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See 23-Across : FIRSTGEAR
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Lock problem? : SNARL
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Get into a stew? : EAT
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Amts. of meds : CCS
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Wardrobe malfunction on a promenade? : HOSEDOWNTHEWALK
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Dench/Winslet title role of 2001 : IRIS
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It may hold a spray : VASE
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1967 hotspot, with "the" : SINAI
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His poem "Fleas" reads, in its entirety, "Adam / Had 'em" : NASH
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Involuntarily out of a job : AXED
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Unilever brand : QTIPS
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Over : PAST
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2004 film "___ Enchanted" : ELLA
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Pour : RAIN
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Great Brit., once : EMP
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It features creatures : ZOO
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Unifying theme : MOTIF
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Comparable to a pig : ASFAT
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___-mo : SLO
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Overlook point : TOR
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One who might say "T.G.I.F."? : CRUSOE
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Barbarians at the Battle of Chalons : HUNS
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Andean ancient : INCA
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Wan : ASHY
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Module : UNIT
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Neighbor of an Estonian : LETT
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Work detail : SPEC
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Quaint cry : HARK
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"___ My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen" (1942 hit) : ILEFT
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Org. with far-out goals? : NASA
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Kew bloom in a Noyes poem : LILAC
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Customize : ADAPT
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15-Across is on one : FJORD
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French or Italian bread : EUROS
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Service group : ELKS
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"The sign of extra service" sloganeer : ESSO
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Woods varmints : COONS
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Popular tabloid subj. : UFO
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Restaurateur Toots : SHOR
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Which train to take, in song : THEA
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Depreciation consideration : WEAR
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Over : AFRESH
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Put a coat on : GILD
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Title girl in a 1976 Kiss hit : BETH
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It may be perfect : TENSE
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Like some playgrounds : GATED
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Tibia : SHIN
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Writer Ephron : NORA
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With dents and all : ASIS
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Kid's plea : CANI
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Fan sound : CLAP
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Street wear? : SKIS
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Fraternal twins come from two different ones : OVA
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Batiking need : WAX
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Atty.'s title : ESQ
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Comic : WIT

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle.

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