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New York Times, Monday, July 18, 1994

Author:
Wayne Robert Williams
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Wayne Robert Williams

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJKQXZ} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Williams. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1994, The New York TimesNo. 0718 ( 16,323 )

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Students & seniors
Across
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Comic Martha : RAYE
5
Bamboozle : DUPE
9
Stoppers : PLUGS
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Height: Abbr. : ELEV
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Face-to-face exam : ORAL
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Beau at the balcony : ROMEO
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Town near Caen : STLO
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Chockablock : WALLTOWALL
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Headlong : PELLMELL
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Resident's suffix : ITE
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Race tracks : OVALS
24
Dormitory din : SNORING
28
New York's Twin _____ : TOWERS
30
Offspring, genealogically: Abbr. : DESC
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Celtic Neptune : LER
32
Centers : HUBS
33
Walk-on : CAMEO
34
Chancellorsville victor : LEE
35
Western Indian : UTE
36
Enmity : ILLWILL
38
Sugar suffix : OSE
39
Singer Tillis : MEL
40
Word after many or honey : MOONS
41
Conflict in Greek drama : AGON
42
French dance : BAL
43
A.L. or N.L. honorees : MVPS
44
"Phedre" dramatist : RACINE
46
Flummoxes : STYMIES
48
Spring fragrance : LILAC
49
Picture blowup: Abbr. : ENL
50
Head count : ROLLCALL
53
Game of digs and spikes : VOLLEYBALL
57
Parts of pelvises : ILIA
58
Greek poet saved by a dolphin : ARION
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Fit : ABLE
60
Oodles : ALOT
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Mississippi Senator _____ Lott : TRENT
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Branch headquarters? : NEST
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"Auld Lang _____" : SYNE
Down
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Answer: Abbr. : RESP
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Der _____ (Adenauer moniker) : ALTE
3
Cowardly one : YELLOWBELLY
4
Changes with the times : EVOLVES
5
Carpentry pins : DOWELS
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Europe/Asia separator : URALS
7
Dark shadow : PALL
8
Building wing : ELL
9
1984 Goldie Hawn movie : PROTOCOL
10
Look threatening : LOWER
11
Actress Thurman : UMA
12
Solidify : GEL
13
Our sun : SOL
19
Xmas tree trimming : TINSEL
21
Spoil : MAR
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Interstate trucks : SEMIS
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Without rhyme or reason : ILLOGICALLY
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"Schindler's List" star Liam : NEESON
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Novelist Graham : GREENE
28
Hitches, as a ride : THUMBS
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Surpass at the dinner table : OUTEAT
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Natural alarm clocks : DAWNS
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Hoofbeats : CLOPS
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About to occur : IMMINENT
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Pulchritudinous : LOVELY
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Gum arabic trees : ACACIAS
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Garden brook : RILLET
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Completely : ALL
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Juicy fruit : MELON
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Takes it easy : LOLLS
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Contemporary dramatist David : RABE
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King of the beasts : LION
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Deceased : LATE
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Large tub : VAT
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Hockey's Bobby : ORR
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Golf-ball position : LIE
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Prohibit : BAN

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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