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New York Times, Friday, May 6, 2005

Author:
Harvey Estes
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Harvey Estes

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JKQXZ} Spans: 4, (1 double stack) Grid has mirror symmetry. This is puzzle # 92 for Mr. Estes. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2005, The New York TimesNo. 0506 ( 20,268 )
Across
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Sch. term : SEM
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"It's only ___" : AGAME
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Turn tail? : WAG
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___ fide : MALA
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Former pro gridder : LARAM
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Vitiated : HURT
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"The Morning Watch" writer, 1951 : AGEE
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Hard thing to swallow : PRIDE
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"Song of the South" song syllables : ADEE
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Masters in photography: Abbr. : NEGS
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Makeup mishap : SMEAR
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Organized notes : TUNE
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Entertainer Rivera : CHITA
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Commuting options : ELS
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Pat : DABAT
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Bring out of the dumps : HEARTEN
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Trendy : ALAMODE
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With 31-Across, literary character "whose beard with age is hoar" : ANCIENT
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See 30-Across : MARINER
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Clothing brand of 30- and 31-Across? : OLDNAVY
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Overshadow : DWARF
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Occupational ending : IER
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Really enjoy : LAPUP
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Words of worry : OHNO
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Undergrad course, briefly : PSYCH
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Villain played by Joseph Wiseman : DRNO
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"Don't just stand there!" : GETONIT
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Loses feeling : HARDENS
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Produce duds : SEW
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___ Arann (Irish carrier) : AER
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Bit of crying : HOO
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Part of a music gig : SET
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Clap producer : ELECTRICALSTORM
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Its motto is "Above and beyond" : AIRFORCERESERVE
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Towed vehicle, maybe : REPO
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Suffix with Chord or Marvel, in pop music : ETTES
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Villanova's athletic conference, briefly : ATEN
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Avian mascot of Pomona College : SAGEHEN
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Like some of Thomas Gray's poetry : ELEGIAC
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Leaders in pits : MAESTRI
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High points of a vacation? : ALPS
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Big Apple area north of Madison Square Garden : GARMENTDISTRICT
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Moon of Uranus : ARIEL
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Bananas : MADASAMARCHHARE
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Kind of rm. for an R.N. : EMER
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End of many a riddle : WHATAMI
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Eponym of a naturalists' society : AUDUBON
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"Pineapple" : GRENADE
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End of a 1965-71 Broadway musical title : MANCHA
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Rock : TEETER
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Dined on, formally : ATEOF
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Hannah of Hollywood : DARYL
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Blowup: Abbr. : ENL
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Little john? : LAV
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Marshal under Napoleon : NEY
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It may help you keep your place : DOGSEAR
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Bike stunt : WHEELIE
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Port on the Scheldt : ANTWERP
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Creation of Milne : ROO
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Gibe, with "up" : ADD
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Arrange by ZIP code, e.g. : PRESORT
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Rattle : UNNERVE
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Ones who are lettered? : POSTMEN
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State capital with just 14,000 people : PIERRE
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Caucasians, on Kauai : HAOLES
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It began in H.S.T.'s administration : NATO
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"ER" doctor : ROSS
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Budget-directing bigwig: Abbr. : CFO
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This, to Thérèse : CET
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Leaves for a drink : TEA

Answer summary: 1 debuted here and reused later.

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