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New York Times, Saturday, May 3, 1997

1-Across : Grating

Author:
Rich Norris
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 33 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 58 for Mr. Norris.
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© 1997, The New York Times5/3/97 ( No. 17,343 )
Across
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Grating : STRIDENT
9
Less exciting : TAMER
14
Algonquian tribe member : KICKAPOO
15
Hen or pen, e.g. : FEMALE
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Over : ONCEMORE
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In high regard : ADORED
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Latin 101 word : AMO
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Pacific Coast Highway, for one : SCENICDRIVE
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"Fiesque" composer : LALO
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"Death of a Naturalist" poet : HEANEY
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Highlander's reply : NAE
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Slowpoke : SNAIL
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Something to pick : NIT
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Withdrawal site, for short : ATM
29
Not pay attention : NAP
31
Castor's mother : LEDA
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Anonymous party to a legal suit : ROE
35
Irritable : PECKISH
39
Deuce, e.g. : LOWCARD
41
The name of the Rose? : AXL
42
"Buenos ___" : DIAS
44
Come together : GEL
45
Coll. in Troy, N.Y. : RPI
46
Get moving, with "up" : REV
48
Where tears may be found : DUCTS
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Piz Bernina, for one : ALP
53
Tots' hiding game : BOPEEP
56
Greenock hillock : BRAE
57
"Jewel Song," e.g., in "Faust" : SOPRANOARIA
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Encl. with a submission : ENV
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Come up with something : IDEATE
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City on the Danube : BELGRADE
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Holy one? : TERROR
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"Rin Tin Tin" star of 50's TV : LEEAAKER
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City on the Ruhr : ESSEN
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Sonnet feature : ENDRHYME
Down
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Toasts : SKOALS
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Heartless one? : TINMAN
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Soft drink choice : RCCOLA
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50's appellation : IKE
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Stops up : DAMS
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Part of a period : EPOCH
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Actress Corcoran of "Bachelor Father" : NOREEN
8
Secure obliquely, in carpentry : TOENAIL
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Lingerie item : TEDDY
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Love, to Livy : AMOR
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Ristorante offering : MARINARA
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Lift : ELEVATOR
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Got back : REDEEMED
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Turn to : FACE
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Big name in computers : INTEL
22
Farm sound : OINK
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Put down : LAID
30
Kind of particle : PSI
32
Track : DOG
33
Bowled over : AWED
35
Mooch : PARASITE
36
Loses it : EXPLODES
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Los Angeles team : CLIPPERS
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His real name was Arthur : HARPO
40
Association : CLUB
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In view : SEEABLE
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Chicken George portrayer in "Roots" : VEREEN
49
Like some stairs : CREAKY
50
Partnership : TANDEM
51
Exacting : SEVERE
53
It can help keep time : BATON
54
Pip : ONER
55
Like velvet, e.g. : PILED
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Opposite of well : RARE
59
Ice cream thickener : AGAR
63
Sound of support : RAH

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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