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New York Times, Friday, August 15, 1997

Author:
Joe DiPietro
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Joe DiPietro

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 38 Missing: none – this is a pangram. Scrabble average: 1.90 This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1997, The New York TimesNo. 0815 ( 17,447 )
Across
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Comes to pass : HAPS
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Sugar or starch, in slang : CARB
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Present time : XMAS
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Tracy Marrow, familiarly : ICET
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Apartment next to the super's, maybe : ONEB
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Sponge : MOOCH
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Bumble Bee, e.g. : TUNA
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Whence the phrase "to give the devil his due" : DONQUIXOTE
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Not moving : STAGNANT
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Sawer of logs : SNORER
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Author with a book subtitled "The Saga of an American Family" : HALEY
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Dinner wear : TUXEDO
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Imposes without invitation : OBTRUDES
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___ Z (everything) : ATO
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"You can't mean me!?" : MOI
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Word of the Prophet : KORAN
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Retreat : EXIT
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Preceding periods : EVES
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W.W. II enlistee : GIJOE
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Refrigerator bar? : OLEO
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Many A.B.A. members : ESQS
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His last work was "Pocketful of Miracles," 1961 : CAPRA
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Get up and it's gone : LAP
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Kind of delivery : UPS
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Token : KEEPSAKE
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Succeeded : MADEIT
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Like Cheerios : OATEN
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"Yoo-hoo!" : UPHERE
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Maternity surprise : TRIPLETS
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Birds Eye offering : FROZENFOOD
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Plaster base : LATH
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Stores : FILES
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A person might earn one for a score : EMMY
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Christiania, today : OSLO
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Kind of dog : SLED
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Fire : ZEAL
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Break down : WEEP
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Has real relevance : HITSHOME
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Slightly better than : ACUTABOVE
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Football coach's nightmare : PENALTIES
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Play maker : STAGER
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End piece : CODA
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Betimes, updated : ANON
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Torn : RENT
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July 4th event, briefly : BBQ
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Letter signoff : XOXOXOXO
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Sculptor Henry : MOORE
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Didn't wait : ACTED
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Former N.H.L. coach Fred : SHERO
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Advertising unit : MINUTE
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Singles' grp.? : USTA
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Curly cue? : NYUK
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Utter failure, in slang : DOG
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Davis of baseball : ERIC
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Exerciser of spin control? : SAJAK
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"Don't think so" : NOPE
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Uncomfortable : ILLATEASE
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Whistler : TEAKETTLE
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Tight : SQUEEZED
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Middle of a famous palindrome : ERE
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Nonunion workplace : OPENSHOP
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Churchill Downs features : SPIRES
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Per : APOP
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Submachine gun : STEN
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Jaundiced : SALLOW
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Winter wear : MUFFS
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Four before a slash : APRIL
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Wild Asian dog : DHOLE
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Bibliophile's purchase : TOME
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Tevere's city : ROMA
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Romantic interlude : IDYL
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Cousin of a tarboosh : FEZ

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later.

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