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New York Times, Thursday, July 13, 1995

Author:
A.J. Santora
Editor:
Will Shortz
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1.52404185
A. J. Santora

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJKZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 206 for Mr. Santora. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1995, The New York TimesNo. 0713 ( 16,683 )
Across
1
Former Fox sitcom : ROC
4
Eat, with "down" : CHOW
8
Sir Henry ____ (Hotspur) : PERCY
13
Physical, e.g. : EXAM
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Hot-rod engine, for short : HEMI
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Loren's love : AMORE
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"99 Luftballons" singer : NENA
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Door : EXIT
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Ring attire : ROBES
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Perplexity : ENIGMA
22
TV premiere of 1/23/83 : THEATEAM
24
Suddenly goes crazy : SNAPS
26
Opposite : INVERSE
27
Enjoy, as gossip : EATUP
29
Newswoman Wertheimer : LINDA
31
Maximum rating, often : TEN
32
Unnamed others : THEM
33
Curvaceous leg : GAM
34
Actress ____ B. Davis : ANN
36
TV premiere of 1/16/81 : HARPERVALLEYPTA
42
Phon. alphabet : IPA
43
Cowboy's sweetie : GAL
44
Front end : PROW
45
ABC countries and more : OAS
48
Boston and Kenilworth, e.g. : IVIES
50
Rubik's Cube company : IDEAL
51
Decent : DRESSED
53
Vegetarian purchase : HERBS
55
TV premiere of 11/4/53 : DOCTORIQ
57
Strike out : DELETE
60
Clear : LUCID
61
Scoreboard number : OUTS
63
Wall ____ (furniture purchase) : UNIT
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"____ Mio" : OSOLE
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Leading surrealist : MIRO
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Erupter of 1832 : ETNA
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Checks out : TESTS
68
Daze : STUN
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Bando of the A's : SAL
Down
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Chateaubriand hero : RENE
2
They have pull : OXEN
3
Kitchen container : CANISTER
4
Miserly : CHEAP
5
Machinist's ____ nut : HEX
6
Drop : OMIT
7
Not outside : WITHIN
8
Mine-sweeping apparatus : PARAVANE
9
Overdramatize : EMOTE
10
Bob, at times : ROBERT
11
Goalie's turf : CREASE
12
Toadies : YESMEN
14
TV premiere of 12/11/80 : MAGNUMPI
21
Plan, with "out" : MAP
23
Ultimate object : ENDALL
25
Serb or Czech : SLAV
27
Biblical verb finale : ETH
28
"So that's what you mean!" : AHA
30
Show on a screen : IMAGE
33
More serious : GRAVER
35
TV premiere of 9/21/93 : NYPDBLUE
37
Incidents : EPISODES
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Eye shade? : LASH
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Shows : PRESENTS
40
____ T : TOA
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Pointed tool : AWL
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Wall Street sale : ODDLOT
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Waken : AROUSE
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Some murals : SECCOS
49
Distinct styles : IDIOMS
50
Dander : IRE
52
Wading bird : STILT
54
Pelé's first name : EDSON
56
Stop : QUIT
58
Rock's Turner : TINA
59
Bibliography abbr. : ETAL
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1990 Robert Morse Broadway role : TRU

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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