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New York Times, Friday, July 25, 2014

Work first publicly performed at the Theater an der Wien in 1805

Author:
Peter A. Collins
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Peter A. Collins

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JQVX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 82 for Mr. Collins. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Peter A. Collins notes:
My biggest concern with this one was the seed entry — DOWN GOES FRAZIER. While it certainly has resonance with me, it is over forty ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
I laughed at Pete's comment about not knowing Howard Cosell. How could anyone not know Cosell, perhaps the most iconic sportscaster of ... read more
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© 2014, The New York Times7/25/14 ( No. 23,635 )

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Across
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It's part of a club : MAYO
5
Place for vino : ASTI
9
Like some floors and series : SWEPT
14
Ancient land east of the Tigris : ELAM
15
Fur source : CHINCHILLA
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Repeated cry in a 1973 fight : DOWNGOESFRAZIER
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High class : SENIORS
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Mo. of Indian Independence Day : AUG
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Annihilate, arcade-style : ZAP
22
Many a New York Post headline : PUN
23
Geezers : OLDGOATS
25
Aptly named N.F.L. M.V.P. of the 1960s : STARR
28
Tudor who lost her head : BOLEYN
29
The Glass Capital of the World : TOLEDOOHIO
31
Thing, in Spain or Italy : COSA
35
Minority report? : DISSENT
36
Polish rolls : BIALIES
38
___-eyed : SLOE
39
Regardless of the repercussions : ATALLCOSTS
41
Fox in the Baseball Hall of Fame : NELLIE
43
Bring up to speed : CUEIN
44
They might become bats : ASHTREES
47
Death, to Mozart : TOD
48
People often strain to make it : TEA
49
D.C.-based intercontinental grp. : OAS
50
Calls upon : TURNSTO
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Many Victoria Cross recipients : BRITISHSOLDIERS
57
Heads with hearts : ARTICHOKES
58
One hit on the head : NAIL
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Indian yogurt dish : RAITA
60
"No ___ nada" ("It's all good": Sp.) : PASA
61
Journeyer through Grouchland, in a 1999 film : ELMO
Down
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Doc's orders : MEDS
2
Palliation application : ALOE
3
Demonstration of disinterest : YAWN
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Like God : OMNIPRESENT
5
Fall faller : ACORN
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Hens and heifers : SHES
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"___ true" : TIS
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Like God : INFALLIBLE
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Like yaks : SHAGGY
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Richard Pryor title role, with "the" : WIZ
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The "you" in "On the Street Where You Live" : ELIZA
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Fold : PLEAT
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Some cover-ups : TARPS
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Tanker's tankful : CRUDEOIL
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Currency of 46-Down : GOURDE
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"Impressive!" : OOH
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Elated : ONCLOUDNINE
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Touchstones: Abbr. : STDS
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Bust a hump : TOIL
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Further : ALSO
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Liquor store, Down Under : BOTTLESHOP
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Restrained : ONALEASH
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Beauvais's department : OISE
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Institute in the 1997 sci-fi film "Contact" : SETI
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N.R.A. member?: Abbr. : ASSN
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Agreement : ACCORD
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Start of an alphabet book : AIS
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Work first publicly performed at the Theater an der Wien in 1805 : EROICA
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In open court : ATBAR
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Junípero ___, founder of San Francisco : SERRA
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Where 18-Downs are currency : HAITI
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Home of minor-league baseball's Drillers : TULSA
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Ducky web sites? : TOES
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Dollar bill feature : SEAL
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Quick cut : TRIM
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Europe's Tiger City : OSLO
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Cousin of a chickadee : TIT
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The English Beat's genre : SKA

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 5 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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