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New York Times, Friday, July 14, 1995

Author:
Rich Norris
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rich Norris

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQV} This is puzzle # 18 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1995, The New York TimesNo. 0714 ( 16,684 )
Across
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Some cards : SPADES
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Bodybuilder's concern : BICEPS
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Ricocheted : CAROMED
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Central American capital : MANAGUA
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Fashionable : ALAMODE
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"____ Swings" (1965 Roger Miller hit) : ENGLAND
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Armchair necessities for 46 Across : REMOTECONTROLS
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Thomas Moore subject : ERIN
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Something to lend or bend : EAR
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Imbues with gravity : SOBERS
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Kind of sauce : TERIYAKI
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Hermitage figures : CZARS
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"Platoon" actor : SHEEN
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Bit : TAD
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Solar warmers : RAYS
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Word with house or mouse : FIELD
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Like summer days, often : LAZY
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W.W. II locale, in brief : IWO
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Novi Sad natives : SERBS
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____ Gables : CORAL
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Burial places : MAUSOLEA
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Antibody producers : TOXINS
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To a fault : TOO
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Ho do : LUAU
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Armchair activity, colloquially : CHANNELSURFING
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Add one's two cents' worth : CHIMEIN
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Furniture worker : STAINER
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Anticipate : FORESEE
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Astor Cup competition, e.g. : REGATTA
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Gets wind of : SCENTS
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Flip again : RETOSS
Down
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Deface : SCAR
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Blanch : PALE
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Composer Khachaturian : ARAM
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Major ending : DOMO
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Thespians, perhaps : EMOTERS
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Spring rituals : SEDERS
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Joked : BANTERED
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Lodge : INGRAIN
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Weight watcher's concern: Var. : CALORY
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On even terms, old-style : EGAL
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Puzzle clues, sometimes : PUNS
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Inferior, as an excuse : SAD
14
Numerical prefix : DECI
15
Lavatory sign : MEN
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Alert : ONTHEBALL
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Curtain fabric : SCRIM
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Boston Symphony maestro : OZAWA
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Mississippi feature : BAYOU
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Uncertain syllables : ERS
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Moves via twists : EELS
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____ 2600 (old game-playing machine) : ATARI
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"East of Eden" director : KAZAN
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Eclogues : IDYLS
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Archaic form of address : SIRE
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Rap sheet list : FELONIES
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Breakfast delicacy : LOX
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Next available : SOONEST
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Mettle : COURAGE
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Floral organ : STAMEN
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Not as slack : TAUTER
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Country in a 1969 Beatles song : USSR
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Ice-cream flav. : CHOC
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Take on : HIRE
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Ship's heading : ENE
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Edict : FIAT
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Wild about : INTO
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New Jersey five : NETS
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Mardi ____ : GRAS
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Baseball positions: Abbr. : CFS

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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