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New York Times, Monday, July 12, 2004

Author:
Gregory E. Paul
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Gregory E. Paul

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {GJKQVXZ} This is puzzle # 112 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2004, The New York TimesNo. 0712 ( 19,970 )
Across
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Food lover's sense : TASTE
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Home for alligators : SWAMP
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"Open ___ 9" (shop sign) : TIL
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Pays to play poker : ANTES
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Talk show group : PANEL
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Early afternoon hour : ONE
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"Pronto!" : BYYESTERDAY
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Tribe related to the Hopi : UTE
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Historic times : ERAS
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Use a hose on, as a garden : WATER
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Rev. William who originated the phrase "a blushing crow" : SPOONER
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"What so ___ we hailed ..." : PROUDLY
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Singer Don of the Eagles : HENLEY
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Opt for : CHOOSE
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Parking lot posting : RATES
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Dahl who wrote "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" : ROALD
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Subject of "worship" : SUN
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Sound in a cave : ECHO
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Pocketbook : PURSE
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Ditty : TUNE
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Itsy-bitsy : WEE
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Free-for-all : MELEE
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"I do" sayer : BRIDE
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"Tom ___" (#1 Kingston Trio hit) : DOOLEY
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Smashed and grabbed : LOOTED
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Adds up (to) : AMOUNTS
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"___ keepers ..." : FINDERS
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Boxing matches : BOUTS
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Skin soother : ALOE
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Sphere : ORB
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"Pronto!" : THISINSTANT
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Gibson who was People magazine's first Sexiest Man Alive : MEL
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Hair-raising : EERIE
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Dickens's ___ Heep : URIAH
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"Later!" : BYE
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Coral ridges : REEFS
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Shindig : PARTY
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Bar bill : TAB
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At ___ rate : ANY
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Mudhole : STY
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Golf ball support : TEE
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Ancient Jewish sect : ESSENES
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Javelin : SPEAR
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The "W" in V.F.W. : WARS
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Plus : AND
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"Oh, give ___ home ..." : MEA
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Layered building material : PLYWOOD
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"Pronto!" : TOUTDESUITE
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Computer chip company : INTEL
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Suspicious : LEERY
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Card below a four : TREY
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"The Sound of Music" setting: Abbr. : AUS
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Nagging sort : SHREW
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Result of a treaty : PEACE
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"Pronto!" : ONTHEDOUBLE
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Skillet lubricant : OLEO
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Moon stage : PHASE
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Part in a play : ROLE
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Actor Feldman : COREY
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Contest specifications : RULES
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Below : UNDER
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Requires : NEEDS
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Hit with snowballs, say : PELT
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Walked on : TROD
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Loch Ness dweller, they say : MONSTER
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Studies hard : BONESUP
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Ump's call : OUT
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Animal with a cub : LION
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Mushroom cloud maker : ABOMB
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Amsterdam of "The Dick Van Dyke Show" : MOREY
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Goes by jet : FLIES
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"___ I care!" : ASIF
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Part of a giggle : HEE
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Bad temper : IRE
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___ la la : TRA
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Atmosphere : AIR
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Turner who led a revolt : NAT
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"___ will be done" : THY

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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