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MIXED GREENS

New York Times, Sunday, August 10, 1997

Author:
Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Nancy Nicholson Joline

This puzzle:

Rows: 23, Columns: 23 Words: 170, Blocks: 86 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 82 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1997, The New York TimesNo. 0810 ( 17,442 )
Across
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Buzzing : ASTIR
6
Billiard stroke : MASSE
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Name in computer software : LOTUS
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Hinder : EMBAR
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Oscar Madison's secretary : MYRNA
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Hero of the first opera written for TV : AMAHL
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Ain't right? : ARENT
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Leaf : FOLIO
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GREEN : IRISHSYMBOL
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GREEN : KINDOFTHUMB
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Bank deposit : SILT
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Keep for oneself : HOARD
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Concert finale : ENCORE
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___ League : ARAB
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Kansas city : SALINA
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Raiders' chief : NADER
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Subjects of modern mapping : GENES
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Bitty's partner : ITTY
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V-chips block it : GORE
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Column couple : ITEM
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Trojan War figure : NESTOR
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GREEN : SALADINGREDIENT
52
Corsair and Citation, for two : EDSELS
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___-a-porter : PRET
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Feature of Roy Lichtenstein's art : DOTS
58
Genealogist's abbr. : DAU
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Eastern attire : SARI
61
Dit's partner : DAH
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Come to : ATTEND
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Kind of testing : BETA
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Novarro of silents : RAMON
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City on the Mohawk : UTICA
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Jimmy Dorsey's "___ Mine" : NOT
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Watering holes : OASES
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GREEN : SLANGFORMONEY
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GREEN : GOSIGNAL
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George ___ : III
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Stretch : CRANE
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Colleen : LASS
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Detergent : SOAP
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French toast portion? : SANTE
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Easily handled, as a ship : YARE
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Lhasa ___ : APSO
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Beethoven's "Choral" Symphony : NINTH
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Service station offering : GAS
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GREEN : IMMATURE
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GREEN : VILLAGECOMMON
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Commencement : ONSET
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Voyage preceder : BON
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1993 N.B.A. Rookie of the Year : ONEAL
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"Forget it!" : NOWAY
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Where firings take place on a daily basis : KILN
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Spicy stew : RAGOUT
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Mineral suffix : ITE
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Gospels follower : ACTS
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Commuters' ways : ELS
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Financial aid criterion : NEED
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Dexterity : EASE
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What some fans do : ROTATE
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GREEN : PLACEFORAPUTTER
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Smoking container : CENSER
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Foam at the mouth : RAGE
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Petitions : BEGS
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Pulitzer dramatist Connelly : MARC
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Ancient city in 2-Down : TAMAR
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Food item usually picked wild : MOREL
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Abases : SHAMES
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Jerusalem's Mosque of ___ : OMAR
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Aristocracies : ELITES
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Arm : INLET
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Granada greeting : HOLA
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GREEN : LIMEOROLIVE
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GREEN : COLOROFENVY
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Reason for 55-Down's rebellion : DEBTS
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Underground worker : MINER
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Petitions : PRAYS
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Math measurements : RADII
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Blackthorn fruits : SLOES
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Colonel's insignia : EAGLE
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Digression : ASIDE
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To wit: Lat. : IDEST
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Out of place : AMISS
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Aleppo's land : SYRIA
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Coloratura's specialty : TRILL
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Provoke : INSTIGATE
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Bowl sound : RAH
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County in NW Ireland : MAYO
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City once called Philadelphia : AMMAN
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One born on a kibbutz : SABRA
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Most likely to collapse : SHODDIEST
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Annex : ELL
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Victoria, e.g. : LAKE
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Rubber gasket : ORING
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With 15-Down, some chains : TENCENT
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Outfoxed : UNDONE
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See 13-Down : STORES
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Newt : EFT
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Costly sweaters : MOHAIRS
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Say suddenly : BLURT
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Target : AIMAT
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1955 film robot : ROBBY
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Lewis of children's TV : SHARI
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Rankle : FESTER
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Go-ahead : NOD
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Takeoff, approx. : ETD
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The Lone Ranger's real identity : REID
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It may be living or dead : END
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She's still with Stiller : MEARA
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Ignominy : ODIUM
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Squarely : SPANG
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___-Detoo : ARTOO
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Some Balts : LETTS
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Lonesome George of early TV : GOBEL
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Address nos. : RTES
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Shades : NUANCES
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Woman on TV's "Ab Fab" : EDINA
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They're fit to be tied : LACES
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1786 Springfield insurrectionist : SHAYS
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Lounge : SOFA
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Assumed names : ANONYMS
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Off : NOGO
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Vietnamese port : DANANG
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Populous place : ASIA
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Team V.I.P.: Abbr. : MGR
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Flat sign : TOLET
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Discerning : SAPIENT
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Shoptalk : LINGO
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Hole enlarger : REAMER
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Sicilia, for one : ISOLA
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Shipmate of Starbuck : ISHMAEL
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Panzer : TANK
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___-tat : RATA
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French 101 verb : AVOIR
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It's spotted in westerns : PINTO
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Driving hazard : SLEET
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Sgts., e.g. : NCOS
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Service station offering : TOW
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Private : INNER
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Sub : UBOAT
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Rally : ROUSE
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Record : ENTER
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Winged : ALATE
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Film used for recording tapes : MYLAR
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Dairy aisle buy : OLEO
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Bush leaguers : INFERIORS
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Advances : GETSAHEAD
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Tall player : CENTER
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Sting : SCAM
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Pat : DAB
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Grow together : ACCRETE
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Babbling : PRATING
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Id moderator : EGO
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Pasta go-with : PESTO
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"Yuck!" : UGH
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Banned Wilde drama : SALOME
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Desdemona's faithful servant : EMILIA
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Shapes : MOLDS
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Film director Jon : AMIEL
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Sly character : RAMBO
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Celebrate : REVEL
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Name in Chinese politics : ENLAI
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Actor Christopher : LLOYD
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The world according to Arp : MONDE
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Object of frequent sightings : ELVIS
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"___ Isn't So" (Hall & Oates hit) : SAYIT
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Desiccated : SERE
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Language that gave us the word "whisky" : ERSE
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C.I.A. forerunner : OSS
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Tax pro : CPA
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Calendar abbr. : FRI

Answer summary: 11 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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