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New York Times, Friday, July 30, 2004

Author:
Manny Nosowsky
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Manny Nosowsky

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {FJQVXZ} This is puzzle # 201 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2004, The New York TimesNo. 0730 ( 19,988 )
Across
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Much-seen figure on a security cam : BANKGUARD
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"Look out below!," e.g. : ALERT
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Going : ONONESWAY
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Mann who sang "Save Me," 1999 : AIMEE
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Ninnies : BONEHEADS
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Quintain rhyme scheme : ABABA
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Make a face : SNEER
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Pound sound : YIP
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Old-fashioned news announcer : CRIER
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Got down : ALIT
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"No kidding!" : OHREALLY
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A or B in blood typing, e.g. : ANTIGEN
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Kin of hagfish : EELS
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Kick, in a way : MOAN
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Usual : NORMAL
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Nice amount of moola : MIL
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Eur. kingdom : BELG
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Hardly the screaming type : STOIC
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Let go : CEDE
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Off one's feed : ILL
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Fuel type, informally : HITEST
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They have plans, for short : HMOS
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Longtime Delaware senator William : ROTH
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Place name in 90's TV : MELROSE
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Kid's taunt : NYAHNYAH
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Feature of an exit strategy? : DOOR
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"The African Queen" co-star, informally : BOGIE
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Farm male : TOM
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Bang up : SMASH
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___ Corning, fiberglass maker : OWENS
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Integrated with : BUILTINTO
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Amtrak station west of Grand Forks : MINOT
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Drawing room? : ARTSTUDIO
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First name in sewing : BETSY
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[See above] : DITTOMARK
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Goes up and down : BOBS
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Sometime soon : ANON
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Zero : NONEATALL
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Beggar's bearing : KNEELING
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Baseball hero called "Gibraltar in cleats" : GEHRIG
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Wear and tear : USE
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Not home : AWAY
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Transmit : RADIO
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Calling a Jaguar XK a jalopy, say : DYSPHEMISM
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Certain battery : AAACELL
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Fall guys? : LIBRAS
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Kind of address : EMAIL
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Not stand for oppression : REBEL
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Demonstratively sad : TEARY
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Stretching quality : TENSITY
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Flinched, maybe : REACTED
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Prefix with syllabic : AMBI
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Wassailer's song : NOEL
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Pretty good : NOTTHATBAD
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Preschoolers? : ROE
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Attorneys' productions : MEMORANDA
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Some people cry when these are said : IDOS
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___-humanité : LESE
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Major export of Albania and South Africa : CHROMIUM
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"No legacy is so rich as ___": Shak. : HONESTY
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Three-toed critters : RHINOS
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Was beaten by : LOSTTO
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Certain W.M.D. : NBOMB
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"That hurts!" : YOWIE
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Broker : AGENT
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Nymph in Muslim paradise : HOURI
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Paw : MITT
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Energize : STIR
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You can hang your hat on it : HOOK
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"Saving Private Ryan" craft: Abbr. : LST

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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