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New York Times, Thursday, July 10, 2003

Author:
Michael Shteyman
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Michael Shteyman

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: none – this is a TRIPLE pangram. Scrabble average: 2.13 This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Shteyman. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2003, The New York TimesNo. 0710 ( 19,602 )
Across
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Like an ass : EQUINE
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Field call : CAW
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Scrap : ORT
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Clodpate : LUMMOX
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"___ quiet!" : OHBE
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It may be involved in a shell game : PEA
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Thresher shark : SEAFOX
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IHOP offering : FLAPJACK
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Signal, in a way : NODTO
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Brimless hat : TOQUE
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Some jazz performances : JAMS
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First Indian P.M. : NEHRU
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Old pro : GURU
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Outfit : EQUIP
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Dramatist Peter who won a Tony for "Marat/Sade" : WEISS
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Skill at picking up things? : ESP
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One way to get to Washington : DULLES
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Spontaneously : ADLIB
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With 14-Down, feature of this puzzle repeated three times : ALLTHELETTERS
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Jazz dance : STOMP
43
How coffee may be served : AULAIT
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Form of music files on the Net : WAV
48
Much of the Beatles' "She Loves You" : YEAHS
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Kind of oven : PIZZA
51
Tel ___ : AVIV
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Bite, say : SNACK
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Weizman of Israel : EZER
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Aspect : FACET
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Cannot stand : ABHOR
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Direction indicator of the earth's magnetic field : FLUXGATE
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Regular employment : DAYJOB
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Actor Chaney : LON
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Janet Jackson hit "___ Lonely" : IGET
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Part of the iris : AREOLA
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Old Spanish queen : ENA
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Washington agent : FED
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Many a marathon winner : KENYAN
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Noisy transports : ELS
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N.Y. neighbor : QUE
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Co-star of Liam in "Les Misérables," 1998 : UMA
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World financial grp. : IMF
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It precedes one : NOON
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BP competitor : EXXON
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Half of table salt : CHLORIDE
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Org. popular with authors : ABA
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Cried : WEPT
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Unclear : OPAQUE
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Comes back : RECURS
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Begin : TAKEUP
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See 38-Across : OFTHEALPHABET
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Nudge : JOG
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It might get your feet wet : DEW
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Clampett of 1960's TV : JED
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Soft shade : AQUA
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Chew (over) : MULL
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Potted plant sites : SILLS
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Org. that raises a racket? : USLTA
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Minor : PETTY
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Crunch : SITUP
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Sneaks, say : SHOES
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Misrepresent : BELIE
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Gave off : EMANATED
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Tease : RAZZ
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Medium, e.g. : SIZE
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Some goo : TAR
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IHOP offering : WAFFLE
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Land of the Blessed, in myth : AVALON
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Llama relative : VICUNA
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Principal location?: Abbr. : SCH
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Annoy : VEX
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Brownie maker : KODAK
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Letters of relief : TGIF
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Infrequent : RARE
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___-appropriate : AGE
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It's worth about a penny : YEN
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Rapture : JOY
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Suffix with schnozz : OLA
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Embargo : BAN

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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