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New York Times, Friday, August 19, 1994

Author:
Martin Ashwood-Smith
Editor:
Will Shortz
Frequent figure in Renaissance paintings
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Martin Ashwood-Smith

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JKYZ} Spans: 5, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Ashwood-Smith. Friday freshness: 4%
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© 1994, The New York Times8/19/94 ( No. 16,355 )
Across
1
Come clean, with "up" : FESS
5
Attitudinize : POSE
9
Matthew, originally : LEVI
13
Lung opening? : AQUA
14
"___ Speaks!" (1961 autobiography) : HARPO
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Well briefed about : UPON
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Disarmament treaty concerns : NUCLEARARSENALS
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Douglas, e.g. : FIR
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Coeur d'___, Idaho : ALENE
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Draw out : EDUCE
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The difference between Jan and Joan? : ANO
23
Kingdom east of Fiji : TONGA
24
Air freshener option : LILAC
25
Edwin Drood's betrothed : ROSA
27
1991 flick "Bill and ___ Bogus Journey" : TEDS
29
Suffix with exist or insist : ENT
30
High muck-a-mucks : EXECS
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Frequent figure in Renaissance paintings : AMORETTO
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Shoreline drive : ESPLANADE
37
Wipeout : MASSACRE
39
Turning points : AXLES
43
"Welcome" item : MAT
44
Apple-pie pros : MOMS
45
Hard to believe : TALL
46
Chipped in : ANTED
49
Mogul mogul : NAWAB
52
Swell place? : SEA
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Shooter's request : SMILE
54
Connacht county : SLIGO
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Certainly may : CAN
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Curacao, e.g. : CARIBBEANISLAND
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Classical theaters : ODEA
60
Stop- ___ : ANDGO
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Shaving cream additive : ALOE
62
Joanne Dru's "Red River" role : TESS
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Fwys. : RTES
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Mystery writer John Dickson ___ : CARR
Down
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Hoopla : FANFARE
2
September event : EQUINOX
3
Sweetener : SUCROSE
4
1905 song girl : SAL
5
Minor need, at times? : PARENTALCONSENT
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Toast topping : ORANGEMARMALADE
7
Leave the nest : SPREADONESWINGS
8
Sister of Selene : EOS
9
Montreal Monday : LUNDI
10
Shoulder piece : EPAULET
11
Spitfire, so to speak : VOLCANO
12
Creepy-crawly : INSECT
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Overhead projection? : HALO
17
Dig in : EAT
18
It's shocking! : EEL
26
Experts : ACES
28
Mrs., abroad : SRA
31
Serpent's sound : SSS
33
Author LeShan : EDA
34
Copy : TEXT
36
Robin's co-star in 70's TV : PAM
37
Artificial : MANMADE
38
Get-ups : ATTIRES
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Where "Turandot" premiered : LASCALA
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Wife of England's Henry II : ELEANOR
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Calumny : SLANDER
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Billiken : MASCOT
47
Literature Nobelist Canetti : ELIAS
48
Party girl : DEB
50
Exchange premium : AGIO
51
Derek and others : BOS
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Except for : BAR
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Varnish ingredient : LAC

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

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