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New York Times, Wednesday, July 5, 2000

Getting through a busy toll plaza, e.g.

Author:
Alan Arbesfeld
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Alan Arbesfeld

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 26 for Mr. Arbesfeld.
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© 2000, The New York Times7/5/00 ( No. 18,502 )

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Across
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Dolt : CLOD
5
Unit of capacitance : FARAD
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Recover : HEAL
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Do road work : PAVE
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Certain teasing : APERY
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Org. concerned with due process : ACLU
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It may be a double in the Olympics : AXEL
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Comedian Robert : KLEIN
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Nickname for a 6-foot 140-pounder, say : SLIM
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It's part of growing up : RITEOFPASSAGE
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Bering ___: Abbr. : STR
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This should always be 24-Down : AIM
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Immobilizer : SPLINT
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Carolina fliers : WRIGHTBROTHERS
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Sound : AUDIO
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Makeshift rodeo seating : HAY
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Ninnies : GEESE
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Big success : HIT
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African capital : ACCRA
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Center of many an orbit : SUN
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Uproar : FUROR
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Report boastfully : WRITEHOMEABOUT
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It makes a lot of scents : CHANEL
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Model Carol : ALT
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Pen : STY
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Al Kaline and Roberto Clemente : RIGHTFIELDERS
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Pay to play : ANTE
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Basket fiber : ISTLE
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Help, as a prankster : ABET
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Wrest (from) : TEAR
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Overindulges : SATES
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PBS science series : NOVA
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Nose (out) : EDGE
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Marriott rival : HYATT
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The original Lola, in "Damn Yankees" : GWEN
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Busy worker in Apr. : CPA
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Loose : LAX
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Nullify : OVERRIDE
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Supermarket feature : DELI
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Ad-lib : FAKEIT
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Poise : APLOMB
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Water hazard : REEF
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Give it ___ (swing hard) : ARIP
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The 60's Celtics, e.g. : DYNASTY
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Getting through a busy toll plaza, e.g. : HASSLE
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Bakery treat : ECLAIR
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Adjusts, as tires : ALIGNS
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"Network" director : LUMET
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Western lake : TAHOE
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Geom. solid : SPH
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Loot : SWAG
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See 25-Across : TRUE
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Enlisted men : GIS
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Safari sight : RHINO
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___ Chex : OAT
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"What's that?" : HUH
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___ worse than death : AFATE
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Chicago pro : CUB
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Medieval weapon : CROSSBOW
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Not a close game : ROUT
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Bohemian : ARTY
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Having an "I" problem? : SELFISH
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Complained : WHINED
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Shabby : RAGTAG
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Belong : INHERE
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Asian holiday : TET
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Croquet need : MALLET
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Firstborn : ELDEST
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Pack securely : CRATE
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Ray Charles's "What'd ___" : ISAY
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Singer James : ETTA
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Telephoned : RANG
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Threshold : EVE
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Thrash : TAN

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