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New York Times, Friday, July 22, 2005

Author:
Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Elizabeth C. Gorski

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 33 Missing: {JKQVX} Featured in Will Shortz's favorite puzzlemakers This is puzzle # 137 for Ms. Gorski.
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© 2005, The New York Times7/22/05 ( No. 20,345 )
Across
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It's seen in the middle of a quarter : HALFMOON
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Name of many Jesuit schools : LOYOLA
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Goes for : AGREESTO
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Program with steps : ALANON
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Figureheads : FRONTMEN
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Put up elsewhere : REHANG
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Huge number : TON
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Frick collection : OILS
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More like fudge : GOOIER
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Words of warning : YOULLBESORRY
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Opéra part : ACTE
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Fabric pattern : MOIRE
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Faulkner's "___ Thirteen" : THESE
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X-ray for Rex, say : PIGLATIN
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Whence some leather : MOROCCO
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Overweening one : EGOTIST
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They're closed on rainy days : SUNROOFS
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Having to report to : BELOW
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Providers of empty calories : COLAS
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E-mail status : SENT
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Klatsch : SCHMOOZEFEST
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Two-bit : CHEAPO
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Answer to a judge : PLEA
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Where operators may be standing by: Abbr. : ERS
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Land : REELIN
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It's south of the Bass Strait : TASMANIA
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Actress Golonka of "Mayberry R.F.D." : ARLENE
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"Wow!" : IMAMAZED
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Fanned : MISSED
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Paper's space available for stories as opposed to ads : NEWSHOLE
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Handle : HAFT
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Prefix with industry : AGRO
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___ Hubbard : LRON
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Slough : FEN
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"I'm with you" : METOO
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Heavy metal : OSMIUM
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Title role for a tenor : OTELLO
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Preventing spills : NONSLIP
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Ostrich's production : LARGEEGG
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Spreads : OLEOS
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Philistine : YAHOO
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Kind of personality : ONAIR
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Troglodyte : LONER
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Swearing left and right : ANGRY
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___-no : YESOR
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Imported French wheel? : BRIE
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Balance providers, for short : ATMS
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Hua's predecessor in China : CHOU
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Shore sight : TERN
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Friendly opener? : ECO
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Court ploy : LOB
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Treaty topic : ATEST
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Game piece : TILE
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Currently has the stage : ISON
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Packing info: Abbr. : NTWT
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Wrapped tightly : COCOONED
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End of many L. Frank Baum titles : OFOZ
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Began a day late : SLEPTIN
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Lit : AFLAME
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Experience highs and lows : SEESAW
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"Out!" : SCRAM
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Enfant ___ (pampered child) : CHERI
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Elevators? : HEELS
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Drones, e.g. : MALES
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Editorialize : OPINE
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"Delirious" co-star, 1991 : SAMMS
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Automaker Ferrari : ENZO
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Cambodian capital : RIEL
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"Maureen" singer : SADE
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Sound from an exam room : AAH

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later.

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