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New York Times, Friday, August 27, 2004

Author:
Manny Nosowsky
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Manny Nosowsky

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 64, Blocks: 28 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 3, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 202 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2004, The New York TimesNo. 0827 ( 20,016 )
Across
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Bar stools, e.g. : PERCHES
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Like show horses : STABLED
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For fun : ONALARK
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Early art supplier : CRAYOLA
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Basketball Hall-of-Famer Dick, who played for the 1950's Knicks : MCGUIRE
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Former British royal house : HANOVER
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Prominent schnauzer feature : EYEBROW
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Chap : OLDBEAN
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Quarter of M : CCL
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Wet bar? : SOAP
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Cartoon character whose first name is Quincy : MAGOO
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The pit : HELL
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Refreshers : NAPS
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Hungry person's hyperbole : ICOULDEATAHORSE
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Order of business? : CORPORATELADDER
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Communication ender : ROGEROVERANDOUT
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Cheers : OLES
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Do : PERM
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Tightens, as a belt : GIRDS
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Ones yelling 36-Across : FANS
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"Dude," in Kingston : MON
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Marigolds, e.g. : ANNUALS
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Mars Bars, e.g. : NOUGATS
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Tim'rous one, to Burns : BEASTIE
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Where to spend kroons : ESTONIA
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Setting for Longfellow's "The Wreck of the Hesperus" : CAPEANN
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Ill-used : SHAFTED
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Celeb-to-be : STARLET
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Light, with "to" : SETFIRE
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Apple, to a botanist : POME
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Suffix with consist : ENCY
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It may make your face red : RAGE
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Two-door closed cars with back seats : CLUBCOUPES
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Ash, e.g. : HAIRCOLOR
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Morris who directed "Fog of War" : ERROL
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Bias : SKEW
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One quarter, maybe : SCHOOLTERM
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Skipper's run : TRALALALA
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Supermarket chain : AANDP
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P.S. on an invitation : BYOB
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Serenader's sentiment : LOVE
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Zeno's home : ELEA
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Sew up : DARN
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Ushers : SEATERS
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It has little meaning : MICRO
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Get ___ reception : ACOOL
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Pig out : GORGE
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Miraculous : HEAVENSENT
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Dozing : NODDINGOFF
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Eagerness : ARDOR
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False front? : PSEUD
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Some Rockefeller Center murals : SERTS
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Write quickly : DROPALINE
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Haunt : HANGOUTAT
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Calamitous : FATAL
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___ Sharett, Israel's first foreign minister, 1949-56 : MOSHE
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Kid's recitation : ABCS
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How Scotch may be served : NEAT
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Wine area : NAPA
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One with ulterior motives : USER
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Promontory : NESS
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Con : ANTI
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Bank : TIER
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"The Sweetest Taboo" singer, 1985 : SADE

Answer summary: 8 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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