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CUED IN

New York Times, Sunday, July 25, 2004

Author:
Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 140, Blocks: 75 Missing: none – this is a pangram. Scrabble average: 1.71 This is puzzle # 82 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2004, The New York TimesNo. 0725 ( 19,983 )
Across
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Common Web site sect. : FAQ
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Revolt : APPALL
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Do some copy work : EDIT
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"Phooey!" : CRUD
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20-Across forerunner : ECU
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Vast : OCEANIC
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See 18-Across : EURO
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Like a blue rose : RARE
22
"Is ___?" : ITI
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Description of an 18th-century writing desk? : WHERETHERESAQUILL
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Jefferson player in "Jefferson in Paris" : NICKNOLTE
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Barren : ARID
29
Singer ___ Rose : AXL
30
Hit : TOKE
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French eye : OEIL
32
"This is serious!" : IMEANIT
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Oil shipment: Abbr. : BBL
38
Old dagger : SNEE
39
Mrs., abroad : SRA
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Intelligent like Groucho Marx? : SMARTASAQUIP
42
Ones calling the shots?: Abbr. : RNS
44
Cut : SLIT
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Gives with confidence : ENTRUSTS
47
Charles after whom a sports field was named : EBBETS
50
Sawed gourds, so to speak : SNORED
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Move it : HIE
55
Small change : PEANUTS
57
Like the botanist Linnaeus : SWEDISH
60
Verdi's "___ tu" : ERI
63
Spots for 42-Across : ERS
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Be a director : POINT
66
Woods along a fault line? : QUAKEFOREST
70
It's a scream : EEK
71
Advertising supplement : INSERT
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Twisted yarn : CREWEL
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Johnny with the 1980 #1 country hit "Lookin' for Love" : LEE
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Constant tic? : STEADYQUIRK
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Marvin Gaye's "Can ___ Witness" : IGETA
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Some M.I.T. grads: Abbr. : EES
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A, B and C in D.C. : STS
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Establishes : ORDAINS
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Kind of comb : RATTAIL
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Whip but good : TAN
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Nicole Kidman or Tom Cruise, e.g. : EXMATE
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___ Dam on the Sacramento River : SHASTA
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Needle : IRRITATE
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First word in "Send in the Clowns" : ISNT
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Time of anticipation : EVE
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Geologist's entire collection? : QUARTZANDALL
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FedEx rival : DHL
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Prefix with distant : EQUI
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Instant : SEC
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Problem in a plane cabin : AIRRAGE
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Burned up : SORE
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University of Kentucky's ___ Arena : RUPP
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Tops: Abbr. : EXC
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Vein contents : ORES
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Stroll : PROMENADE
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Crusading knight's story? : HOWTHEQUESTWASWON
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Hoover, e.g., in brief : VAC
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Cracked open : AJAR
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Baltic resident : LETT
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Getting ready to play seven-card stud : ANTEING
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Sorority letter : ETA
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"Saturn Devouring His Children" painter : GOYA
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Thinking prefix : IDEO
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10-, 11- and 12-year-olds : TWEENS
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Kind of room : REC
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Some military maneuvers : FEINTS
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Film genre : ACTION
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Fast break result, on the court? : QUICKERBASKET
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They might precede blows : ACHOOS
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Cooks' gadgets : PEELERS
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Replacements for missing teeth in dental arches : PARTIALS
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Slippery as ___ : ANEEL
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See 116-Down : LIT
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Toast to one's health : LCHAIM
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Producing more chills : EERIER
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Library stamp : DUEDATE
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Grp. that launches investigations : IRS
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Worn ___ frazzle : TOA
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Heart : CRUX
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Transport that runs on tracks : RAILBUS
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It may be bookmarked : URL
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State with only three counties: Abbr. : DEL
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On one's ___ : OWN
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"Forever, ___" (1996 humor book) : ERMA
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Al Jazeera employee : QATARI
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One of the Wayans brothers : KEENEN
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Indian bread : NAN
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Neck of land: Abbr. : ISTH
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Kind of part : BIT
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Former records : LPS
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Lodge : STOW
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Freakish : QUEER
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Blockhead : STUPID
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One way to take things : INSTRIDE
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Foils : EPEES
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Airborne Rangers gear : BERETS
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Expressionless : STONY
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Not opt. : REQ
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Cabinet dept. : EDUC
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Thoreau and others : DIARISTS
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"Thong Song" rapper : SISQO
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Piece supporting the rudder : SKEG
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Ax wielder : HEWER
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Start to tremble? : RELEASEQUAVER
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"There!" : ISEEIT
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Doctor's prefix with -ologist : NEUR
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Greek cheeses : FETAS
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City SW of Kansas City : OLATHE
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___ coil : TESLA
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"Time ___" (old sci-fi series) : TRAX
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Moving : ASTIR
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Actress Cattrall of "Sex and the City" : KIM
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Do perfectly : NAIL
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Pothouse : TAVERN
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Clip : ATTACH
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"The Pianist" extra : NAZI
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Newspaper's choice for public office : ENDORSEE
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Brightness measurements, for short : IQS
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Have second thoughts : RUE
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Bettor's spot : RACEWAY
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Feather's partner : TAR
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Getting there : ENROUTE
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Add for free : THROWIN
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___ be different : DARETO
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Seasons : AGES
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Vampire of fiction : LESTAT
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Hardly long-distance runners : LEMONS
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News briefing : UPDATE
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Syrup in the medicine cabinet : IPECAC
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Outpouring : SPATE
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Additional, in ads : XTRA
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With 8-Down, course that includes Shak. : ENG
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Broom rider : HAG
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Spanish eye : OJO
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QB Manning : ELI
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End of a demonstration? : QED
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Tucson-to-L.A. dir. : WNW

Answer summary: 10 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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