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New York Times, Sunday, August 22, 2010

1969 literary heroine who says "I like the words damozel, eglantine, elegant. I love when you kiss my elongated white hand"

Author:
Patrick Berry
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Patrick Berry

This puzzle:

Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 140, Blocks: 70 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 133 for Mr. Berry.
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© 2010, The New York Times8/22/10 ( No. 22,202 )
Across
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"Come to ___!" : PAPA
5
Of wrath, in a Latin hymn : IRAE
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Throws in : ADDS
13
"La Resurrezione" composer : HANDEL
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Film about a corrida participant put to pasture? : AGINGBULL
21
Mount ___ (volcano in Mordor) : DOOM
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Too : OVERLY
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... a candy-sharing confederate? : THEGUMBALLALLY
25
Lake Erie city west of Cleveland : LORAIN
26
As bad luck would have it : SADLY
27
Vivacity : BRIO
28
... a small-minded lady? : PETTYWOMAN
30
"Casino" actor Joe : PESCI
32
TV producer MacFarlane : SETH
34
1942 Harry James hit "___ My Guy" : HES
35
Bowler's assignment : LANE
36
___ Day & the Knights (band in "Animal House") : OTIS
38
The mythical tree Yggdrasil, for one : ASH
40
Finback whale : SEI
41
Museum piece : RELIC
43
Cut off : LOP
44
... an embarrassingly one-sided tennis match? : ATHOUSANDACES
48
David Sarnoff's company : RCA
51
Political theorist Hannah : ARENDT
53
"Evita" narrator : CHE
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The Beatles' "___ Got a Feeling" : IVE
55
Some solos : ARIAS
57
One who keeps things from going up? : FIREMAN
59
Geometric shape whose perimeter has infinite length : FRACTAL
62
The Colosseum was completed during his reign : TITUS
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Paramecium's propellers : CILIA
65
Part of N.F.L.: Abbr. : NATL
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Base : VILE
67
... decorative furniture elements being blown off with dynamite? : BEDKNOBSANDBOOMSTICKS
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Army division : UNIT
76
"Lying thief," e.g. : SLUR
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___ Dame : NOTRE
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Actress Perez : ROSIE
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Speaks nonsense : GIBBERS
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Record keeper : DIARIST
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Practices, as a trade : PLIES
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Helpfulness : USE
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Lunch, e.g. : EAT
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"Rainbow Six" author : CLANCY
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California city name starter : SAN
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... a demonic horse? : MYFIENDFLICKA
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Continuity problem : GAP
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Western star Lee Van ___ : CLEEF
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Center of a daisy, e.g. : EYE
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Shuffleboard stick : CUE
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Pixar title character : NEMO
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Recitation by Scheherazade : TALE
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"Time ___ ..." : WAS
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Yukon, e.g.: Abbr. : TERR
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Makes an effort : TRIES
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... drink garnishes? : OLIVETWIST
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Work like a dog : TOIL
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Rhenium or rhodium : METAL
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Inability to appreciate music : TINEAR
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... a seedy Hollywood bar? : MULHOLLANDDIVE
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Antipathetic : AVERSE
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___ Cakesters (Nabisco offering) : OREO
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... skinned knuckles? : FISTBLOOD
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Tenant : LESSEE
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Home in the sticks? : NEST
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Weather-stripped item : SASH
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Sicilian province : ENNA
Down
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Gentle touches : PATS
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Turkish title : AGHA
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One whose music is easy to follow? : PIEDPIPER
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What intersecting lines create : ANGLES
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Maker of the Roadrunner supercomputer : IBM
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"What nonsense!" : RUBBISH
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Wing-shaped : ALAR
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Novelist Bret Easton ___ : ELLIS
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1969 literary heroine who says "I like the words damozel, eglantine, elegant. I love when you kiss my elongated white hand" : ADA
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Intelligent swimmer : DOLPHIN
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Founder of an Oahu plantation : DOLE
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Tommy of ESPN : SMYTH
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Papal office : HOLYSEE
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Acknowledge : AVOW
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___ oil (perfumery ingredient) : NEROLI
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Bomb detector? : DRAMACRITIC
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Name in 2000 newspapers : ELIAN
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Country singer Shelby : LYNNE
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Fellas : GUYS
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"Baby, It's Cold Outside" composer : LOESSER
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Bygone Toyota : TERCEL
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Hybrid farm animal : CATTALO
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Afternoon meal, across the pond : TEA
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Count ___ (2004 Jim Carrey role) : OLAF
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Singer/songwriter Amos : TORI
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Ad ___ : HOC
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Exam for would-be attys. : LSAT
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Univ. overseers : ADMIN
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Part of a TV dial : UHF
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"What he said" : DITTO
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Where Excalibur was forged : AVALON
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Make watertight : CAULK
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Beasts of burden : ASSES
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Upscale restaurant requirement, maybe : NECKTIE
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"To Catch a Thief" setting : RIVIERA
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Sharpie tip : NIB
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Author Malraux : ANDRE
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Flagged vehicle : CAB
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St. Clare's home : ASSISI
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Consumer reports? : BURPS
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___ Gay : ENOLA
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Renders reluctant : DISINCLINES
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"The Sandbox" playwright : ALBEE
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Central point : NUB
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Hip 1960s teen : MOD
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"New and Improved!" might appear on one : STICKER
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Song syllables : TRALA
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Carlisle Cullen's wife in "Twilight" : ESME
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Boisterous laugh : GUFFAW
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Mention : REFERTO
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___ volatile : SAL
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Swallowing of food, e.g. : INGESTION
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Hustle : SCAM
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Paper slip? : TYPO
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Personal quirk : TIC
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English churchyard sight : YEWTREE
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Plants with stinging hairs : NETTLES
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Indian mulberry product : DYE
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Sailor's sword : CUTLASS
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Hand brakes, e.g. : LEVERS
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Conifer leaf : NEEDLE
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Unqualified : TOTAL
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Registering a pulse : ALIVE
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Electronic game fad of the 1980s : SIMON
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Gives deep massage therapy : ROLFS
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Web site for cinephiles : IMDB
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What lotus-eaters enjoy : EASE
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"I'd be glad to!" : SURE
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Russian figure skater Kulik : ILIA
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Major publisher of romance novels : AVON
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Helen of Troy's mother : LEDA
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Wanting to be near one's fans? : HOT
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Last in a series : NTH

Answer summary: 11 unique to this puzzle, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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