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New York Times, Thursday, August 28, 2003

Author:
Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor:
Will Shortz
"The Good Old ___" (song classic)
TotalDebutLatest
2197/31/19952/23/2016
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RebusCircleScrabblePGramFresh
30221.54553%
Elizabeth C. Gorski

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 112 for Ms. Gorski. Thursday freshness: 54%
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© 2003, The New York Times8/28/3 ( No. 19,651 )
Across
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Collar : NAB
4
"___ Said" (Neil Diamond hit) : IAMI
8
On the job : ATWORK
14
Go off : ERR
15
Kind of dance : SLAM
16
Dormmate, affectionately : ROOMIE
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Start of an idle question : WHYDOESA
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Household : MENAGE
20
Understood : TACIT
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Mumbo jumbo : CLAPTRAP
23
Exit : STEPOUT
26
Keel-billed bird : ANI
27
Part 2 of the quip : PSYCHICHAVE
33
___ Bay, off Long Beach, Calif. : SANPEDRO
37
Superman's baby name : KALEL
38
Purple shade : PUCE
39
Spelling of TV : AARON
42
"Me neither" : NORI
43
"Let's give ___!" : ITAGO
45
Completely : FROMATOZ
47
Part 3 of the quip : TOASKYOUFOR
50
___ Lingus : AER
51
Coffee bar treats : FRAPPES
56
Shrinks : ANALYSTS
61
City known for its cheese : PARMA
62
Gets working, in a way : DEBUGS
63
End of the quip : YOURNAME
66
Madison, for one : AVENUE
67
Not yet final, as a decree : NISI
68
Lacrosse contingent : TEN
69
Some Singaporeans : MALAYS
70
Carrier to the Mideast : ELAL
71
Saucer contents, for short : ETS
Down
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Salamanders : NEWTS
2
Buddhist who's attained Nirvana : ARHAT
3
Utah's ___ Canyon : BRYCE
4
Chemist's study : ISOTOPE
5
Draft pick : ALE
6
Bell and others : MAS
7
Apple that may be green or red : IMAC
8
One with designs on others : ARMANI
9
Part of a skater's shoe : TOEPICK
10
Habit : WONT
11
Epps of "Higher Learning" : OMAR
12
Latvia's capital : RIGA
13
Stay fresh : KEEP
18
Quick swim : DIP
22
___-di-dah : LAH
24
Food stamp : USDA
25
Banks on the runway : TYRA
28
Greek vacation spot : CORFU
29
Tennis ace Mandlikova : HANA
30
Very much : ALOT
31
Florida's ___ Beach : VERO
32
1558-1603 monarch: Abbr. : ELIZ
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Rain, but just barely : SPIT
34
Wheels : AUTO
35
Final Four org. : NCAA
36
Coatroom features : PEGS
40
"Carmina Burana" composer : ORFF
41
American-born Jordanian queen : NOOR
44
Good fellow : OKAYGUY
46
Spring Playgirl magazine V.I.P. : MRAPRIL
48
Green lights : YESSES
49
Table scrap : ORT
52
Part of a balance : PAN
53
Blabber : PRATE
54
Ant, in dialect : EMMET
55
Composer Camille Saint-___ : SAENS
56
Garden party? : ADAM
57
St. Petersburg's river : NEVA
58
Old union leader I. W. ___ : ABEL
59
1960's Soviet moon program : LUNA
60
Holiday song word : SYNE
64
Texas tea : OIL
65
"The Good Old ___" (song classic) : USA

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