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New York Times, Saturday, July 7, 2001

With 46-Down, famous provider of hospitality

Author:
Robert H. Wolfe
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Robert H. Wolfe

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 37 Missing: {BJQVWX} Spans: 4, (2 double stacks) This is puzzle # 47 for Mr. Wolfe.
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© 2001, The New York Times7/7/01 ( No. 18,869 )
Across
1
With 5-Across, blow a fuse : LOSE
5
See 1-Across : ONESTEMPER
15
Instant, or a 1988 Whitney Houston hit : ONEMOMENTINTIME
17
Don't hold back : LETITALLHANGOUT
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___-American : ANGLO
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Papuan port in W.W. II fighting : LAE
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Dark times, to poets : EENS
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John ___ : DOE
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Category : CLASS
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Letter in the Daily Mirror : ZED
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Spain joined it in 1986: Abbr. : EEC
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Flattens : KOS
31
One-act Strauss opera : SALOME
34
Waste : SNUFFOUT
37
They're used to stress : ITALICS
39
Chinese dish : STIRFRY
40
Rap productions? : RATATATS
42
Children's author Greenfield : ELOISE
43
Self-employed people? : EDS
44
Play conclusion? : DOH
45
Cartoon dog : REN
46
Extended opera solo : SCENA
48
With 46-Down, famous provider of hospitality : THE
51
Jesus on the field : ALOU
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Ref. work : ENC
55
Horatian work : EPODE
57
Unalaska and others : ALEUTIANISLANDS
60
Ticking somebody off : GETTINGONESGOAT
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Uncommitted : ONTHEFENCE
62
Manx tongue : ERSE
Down
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Anouk Aimée title role : LOLA
2
With no break : ONEND
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"Ready, ___!" : SETGO
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"The Experimental Novel" novelist : EMILEZOLA
5
Medical suffix : OMA
6
Paramour of England's Charles II : NELL
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Ties up : ENLACES
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It's active in Washington : STHELENS
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Córdoba kinswoman : TIA
10
Politically incorrect endings : ENNES
11
Homeowners take them out: Abbr. : MTGES
12
Nuclear binder : PION
13
Outback residents : EMUS
14
Abbr. after a name : RET
16
They lived along the Missouri : OTO
23
Relatively sharp : ACUTER
25
Issue : EMIT
26
Time piece? : DECADE
28
Boutros's successor : KOFI
29
Sharer's word : OURS
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Ophthalmology case : STYE
31
Lord, old-style : SIRE
32
Not much : ATAD
33
Some muscles, informally : LATS
35
It may be used on a nail : FILE
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Very important : FRONTPAGE
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Early time : STONEAGE
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Airport near Limerick : SHANNON
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See 48-Across : SOUTH
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Doll : CUTIE
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You may be bound by it : HONOR
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Norse epics : EDDAS
51
Chrysler Building architect William Van ___ : ALEN
52
Baryshnikov, by birth : LETT
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George W. Bush, now: Abbr. : CINC
55
Loop loopers : ELS
56
90° from norte : ESTE
57
Back : AGO
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Gershwin's "Concerto ___" : INF
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Religious office : SEE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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