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New York Times, Friday, July 19, 2013

"Music should strike fire from the heart of man, and bring tears from the eyes of woman" speaker

Author:
Patrick Berry
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Patrick Berry

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 66, Blocks: 25 Missing: {FJXZ} This is puzzle # 177 for Mr. Berry.
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© 2013, The New York Times7/19/13 ( No. 23,264 )
Across
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Winning smile, e.g. : ASSET
6
International cricket event : TESTMATCH
15
Too-familiar : STALE
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Road built during the Samnite Wars : APPIANWAY
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Press conference segment : QANDA
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Game ender, possibly : RAINSTORM
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Working for : UNDER
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Republican who won Bentsen's vacated Senate seat : HUTCHISON
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Band with a person's name : IDBRACELET
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1970 Kinks album title starter : LOLA
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Afternoon reception : TEA
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Orange growers : TREES
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Joe who was retired in 1997 : CAMEL
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Folk medicine plant : HERB
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Music genre prefix : ALT
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Clears the mind, with "up" : SOBERS
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Chow : EATS
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Chase off : SHOO
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"Things Fall Apart" novelist : ACHEBE
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Escort, as to the door : SEE
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What the name "Rhoda" means : ROSE
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Trying minors : BRATS
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What repellent might prevent : BITES
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New Deal program, for short : WPA
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Heady feeling : RUSH
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She and Clark Gable were known as "the team that generates steam" : LANATURNER
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Surrounded with foliage : EMBOWERED
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Impressive, as accommodations : REGAL
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Player of Sal in "The Godfather" : ABEVIGODA
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Call to mind : EVOKE
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"Don't decide right away" : SLEEPONIT
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Parties with mai tais, maybe : LUAUS
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Titan's home : TENNESSEE
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Shrill cries : YELPS
Down
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British P.M. when W.W. I began : ASQUITH
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One who's unseated? : STANDEE
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Land line? : SANDBAR
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Tribal bigwig : ELDER
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Claw : TEARAT
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Five-time N.C.A.A. basketball champs from the A.C.C. : TARHEELS
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Uniform ornament : EPAULET
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Thwarts for petty reasons : SPITES
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Add color to : TINCT
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1968 novel set in Korea : MASH
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Opposed to the union, say : ANTILABOR
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Couple : TWOSOME
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Performer on the road? : CAROLER
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Note books used in church? : HYMNALS
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Stevedore's burden : CRATE
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Gentle murmur : COO
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"Music should strike fire from the heart of man, and bring tears from the eyes of woman" speaker : BEETHOVEN
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Undercover item? : SHEET
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Exercise target : ABS
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Begin planning the nuptials : SETADATE
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Way to walk while conversing : ABREAST
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Fall apart : CRUMBLE
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Fallen star : HASBEEN
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How Congress might adjourn : SINEDIE
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Major error in soccer : OWNGOAL
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"Louder!" : SPEAKUP
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Seal classification : EARLESS
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Magna Carta's drafters : BARONS
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Without doubt : SURELY
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Largely hollow bricks : LEGOS
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Flo Ziegfeld offering : REVUE
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Erase : WIPE

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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