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New York Times, Friday, June 15, 2001

Author:
Manny Nosowsky
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Manny Nosowsky

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 68, Blocks: 32 Missing: none – this is a pangram. This is puzzle # 132 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2001, The New York TimesNo. 0615 ( 18,847 )

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Across
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Hereditary prince : EMIR
5
One of two, e.g. : HALF
9
Pull on : TUGAT
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Helps for a time : TIDESOVER
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Places in the heart : ATRIA
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Start of a famous motto from literature : ALLFORONE
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Farley Granger's role in "Hans Christian Andersen" : NIELS
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Tables : LAYSASIDE
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Tallboy, e.g. : GLASS
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Indian ___ : RED
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Japanese sandals : ZORIS
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Juan Carlos, to his people : ELREY
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Electronic trial : BETATEST
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Fictional Edwin : DROOD
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Sourpuss : GLOOMYGUS
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Where the NEAR space probe landed : EROS
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Line up : QUEUE
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Darkness : MURK
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Ridicule : POKEFUNAT
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Is at the end of one's rope? : HANGS
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Advance portion of a book or magazine : PREPRINT
39
Perfume : CENSE
40
Pan, e.g. : DEITY
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Florida football team, on a 44-Across : JAX
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Early automaker Harry C. ___ : STUTZ
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Record keeper : SCORECARD
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Dark orange-yellow : TOPAZ
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1983 America's Cup winner : AUSTRALIA
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Good snorkeling site : ATOLL
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Gives a false alarm : CRIESWOLF
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Like a game overtime : TENSE
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The constellation Carina : KEEL
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Pudding ingredient : SUET
Down
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Substitute for unmentioned text : ETAL
2
Uris's "___ 18" : MILA
3
One way to stand by : IDLY
4
Judges : REFS
5
Rocker, in kiddie-talk : HORSEY
6
Bypass : AVOID
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Allow to use : LEND
8
Complete exclusion : FREEZEOUT
9
Seven-piece Chinese puzzle : TANGRAM
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Flexible baseball player : UTILITYMAN
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Lubricators : GREASEGUNS
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"What ___ you?" (doc's query) : AILS
13
Putin quoter : TASS
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Zoomed : SOARED
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Some Sooners : OTOE
24
Wrongdoing : ERROR
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Regarded : LOOKEDUPON
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Composition of a proverbial soft bed : ROSEPETALS
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Vocal complaint : BLEAT
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Computer hazard : SURGE
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They're intended to instill shame : TSKS
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"Ed Wood" title role player : DEPP
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Big bag : GUNNYSACK
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Bail out : QUIT
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Form into small, crisp curls : FRIZZLE
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Good spellers? : HEXERS
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Trustbuster's concern : CARTEL
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Actress Bissett : JOSIE
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Temperature regulator, informally : STAT
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Convey : TOTE
45
Pickle : CURE
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Avian sounds : CAWS
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Jesus, for one : ALOU
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Get to : RILE
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Crackers : DAFT

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 4 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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