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New York Times, Wednesday, August 2, 2000

Author:
Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Elizabeth C. Gorski

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {KX} This is puzzle # 57 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2000, The New York TimesNo. 0802 ( 18,530 )
Across
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Chew (on) : GNAW
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Busch Gardens locale : TAMPA
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Italian wine region : ASTI
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First female U.S. Attorney General : RENO
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Provide (with) : EQUIP
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Descriptive dog name : SPOT
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On ___ (proceeding independently) : AUTO
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Makeshift punishment tool : RULER
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Utters : SAYS
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You can't withdraw from them : FROZENACCOUNTS
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Singer Tucker : TANYA
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Cluckers : HENS
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Indian from whom a state name is derived : UTE
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Weaselly : SLY
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W.W. II fliers : RAF
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Anchor man? : SAILOR
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Receiver of blood samples : DNALAB
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Actress Theda : BARA
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Wide-awake and ready to go : FRESHASADAISY
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Advertising catchword : FREE
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Hurts like heck : THROBS
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Persian Gulf capital : TEHRAN
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"That's show ___!" : BIZ
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Many girls' middle names : JOS
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Dallas-to-Houston dir. : SSE
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House votes : YEAS
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In ___ (not yet born) : UTERO
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Sitcom feature : CANNEDLAUGHTER
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Corrida animal : TORO
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Campus V.I.P.'s : DEANS
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Manhattan, e.g. : ISLE
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It's kept close to the chest : VEST
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Touches ground : LANDS
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Costner role : NESS
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Cruising : ASEA
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"Enigma Variations" composer : ELGAR
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Editor's mark : STET
Down
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Transplants : GRAFTS
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Kind of network : NEURAL
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"I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him" speaker : ANTONY
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Lightheaded : WOOZY
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Relative of a gull : TERN
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Pastel hue : AQUA
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Ground cover : MULCH
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Factor : PIECE
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Stringed items : APRONS
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Part of N.A.A.C.P.: Abbr. : ASSN
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Pancake flippers : SPATULAS
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Hit film that included Mr. Potato Head : TOYSTORY
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With 52-Down, words of agreement : ITS
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Takes in : EARNS
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Olympic stadium cry : USA
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Failed 70's-80's polit. cause : ERA
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"What a relief!" : AAH
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Like a pancake : FLAT
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Egyptian art figure : IBIS
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Indian prey : DEER
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Tray filler : ASH
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Cutting remark : BARB
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Some works by Michelangelo : FRESCOES
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Run through : REHEARSE
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"___ have any say in the matter?" : DOI
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Feminist Bella : ABZUG
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Frontier locales: Abbr. : FTS
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Author Rand : AYN
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Razz : NEEDLE
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High-flying clique : JETSET
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Words intended to scare : ORELSE
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Most achy : SOREST
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See 13-Down : ADEAL
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Like "hot-diggity" : SLANG
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Wheat crackers : THINS
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___ bene : NOTA
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Forever-day connector : ANDA
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Cold war inits. : USSR
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1930's pub. works program : TVA

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

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