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New York Times, Saturday, June 5, 2004

Author:
Byron Walden
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Byron Walden

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 62, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQYZ} Spans: 5, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2004, The New York TimesNo. 0605 ( 19,933 )
Across
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Allures : ENAMORS
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Little angels : MOPPETS
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Exercises : RILESUP
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Handout for tourists : AREAMAP
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Whitney Houston song used by NBC for the 1988 Summer Olympics : ONEMOMENTINTIME
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Nickname on the range : TEX
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Wearing a small crown : CORONETED
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Opening words of "Travelin' Man" : IMA
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Schmaltz : MUSHINESS
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Piano composer ___ Nancarrow : CONLON
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Contrary to the spirit of 37-Across : INDIVIDUALISTIC
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It separates Sicily from the rest of Italy : STRAITOFMESSINA
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Football coach's admonishment : THERESNOIINTEAM
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Start of some games : TOSSUP
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"Doughnut," in baseball lingo : BATWEIGHT
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Stink : ADO
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Access the contents of : REACHINTO
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Popular apéritif : KIR
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Dumber than dirt : ASSTUPIDASCANBE
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Said one's piece : SPIELED
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Mouth, slangily : PIEHOLE
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Some poker players : HOLDERS
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They get left behind : ESTATES
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Anaïs Nin, for one : EROTICIST
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Like a pregnancy : NINEMONTH
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French Beaux-Arts painter Cabanel : ALEXANDRE
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Common calculator button : MEM
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Spanish bear : OSO
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Tom and Jerry ingredient : RUM
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Concrete proposals? : SPECS
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Prefix with linear : MATRI
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Lover of Eos : ORION
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Alternative to bowties : PENNE
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Spreads : PATES
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Puts out : EMITS
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Not electric : TAME
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Cannonballed : SPED
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Drama with lots of fans : NOH
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Dinner companion? : MOVIE
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Seconds, e.g. : UNITS
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Iago, notably : LIAR
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"The Sopranos" figure : DON
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Martian rover? : UFO
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Confrère : AMI
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Scottish seaport : LEITH
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"This ___ a drill!" : ISNOT
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Onetime Aerospatiale products : SSTS
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Links strings : TIESAKNOT
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Not picked up : INAUDIBLE
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Scouting outings : CAMPOREES
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So-called "royal herb" : BASIL
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Got off the dime : ACTED
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U.S. air base site in Greenland : THULE
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Kind of fluid : WIPER
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English children's author Blyton and others : ENIDS
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"___ help a lot!" : ITD
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Lose it : GOAPE
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Daredevil : RASH
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Classic Bruin nickname : ESPO
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One at the kids' table, perhaps : SIS
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This, in Thiers : CET
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Response when something hits you : AHA

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

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