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New York Times, Friday, July 26, 2002

Author:
Manny Nosowsky
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Manny Nosowsky

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JKQX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 160 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2002, The New York TimesNo. 0726 ( 19,253 )
Across
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Popular combo : HAMANDEGGS
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Starting lineup : ABCD
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Dictatorship : ONEMANRULE
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Bring up : REAR
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One who raises the spirits? : WINETASTER
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What a stocking needs : MATE
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Sans ___ : SOUCI
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Doesn't stay up : SAGS
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It keeps an eye on TV : CBS
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Like some breezes : ONSHORE
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Came across : MET
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Controls : HAS
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Organic chemistry topic : ENOLS
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Mosey : AMBLE
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"Good Will Hunting" setting, for short : MIT
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Like bok choy : ASIAN
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Hammer and sickle : TOOLS
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Words of relief : AMIGLADTOSEEYOU
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Going rate : SPEED
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Chair designer Charles : EAMES
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Banquet : SUP
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Used too much : TRITE
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Yclept : NAMED
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Ages : EON
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Item advertised in Vogue : BRA
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Patronized, as a bistro : DINEDAT
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Homes on wheels, briefly : RVS
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Sukiyaki ingredient : TOFU
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Drink with sukiyaki, maybe : ASAHI
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Salty septet : SEAS
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Bully : LORDITOVER
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John Paul II, e.g. : POLE
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Make haste : LOSENOTIME
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California's Santa ___ Valley : YNEZ
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Like Romeo and Juliet, to Shakespeare : STARCROSSD
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"Why?" : HOWSO
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Cl-, e.g. : ANION
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Computer application features : MENUS
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"Cocoon" co-star : AMECHE
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Something with a ceiling : NATIONALDEBT
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Chain material : DNA
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Lifesavers, maybe: Abbr. : ERS
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Mettle : GUTS
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Twinkle : GLEAM
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Suit material : SERGE
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Hand-holder : ARM
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Resort attendants : BEACHBOYS
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Jane Fonda role : CATBALLOU
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Gets ready for a party, perhaps : DRESSESUP
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Capitol worker : STATESENATOR
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Edwin Drood's betrothed : ROSA
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Use a short form : ELIDE
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Tempting one : SATAN
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Skier Tommy : MOE
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Le Carré's George Smiley, e.g. : MASTERSPY
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Better : IMPROVEON
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Two-for-one deal, say : TIEINSALE
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Vagabond : NOMAD
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Pick up : GET
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Sesqui- divided by three : SEMI
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Firedome or Adventurer : DESOTO
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Registers : ROLLS
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Happening : AFOOT
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Cup name : DAVIS
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They're made in clearings : AHEMS
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Beat : TIRED
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"Major" animal : URSA
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States, informally : SEZ
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Aachen article : DER
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Company name tag? : INC

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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