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New York Times, Friday, August 29, 2003

Author:
Gilbert H. Ludwig
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Gilbert H. Ludwig

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 12 for Mr. Ludwig. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2003, The New York TimesNo. 0829 ( 19,652 )
Across
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Goddard of "Modern Times" : PAULETTE
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Really succeed : GOFAR
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Spots : TARNISHES
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"Buenos Aires" musical : EVITA
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Ravi Shankar was part of it : WOODSTOCK
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Prediction tool : TAROT
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Evil : ILL
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Kind of lepton : TAU
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Tongues may cover them : INSTEPS
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Did farmwork : TILLED
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Injures : SMITES
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Flap : ADO
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Hägar the Horrible's daughter : HONI
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Not just any : THE
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Both, at the start : AMBI
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Pumped up, in a way : MADEPROUD
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Subjects, say : NOUNS
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Junho to junho, e.g. : ANO
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Lightly brand : SINGE
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Getting something in the eye? : THREADING
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One going off to college, maybe : TEEN
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East ender? : ERN
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Out of the oven, say : DONE
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Show ___ : BIZ
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Ring bearer? : SATURN
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"Thou canst not then be false to ___": Polonius : ANYMAN
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New York City bridge, informally : TRIBORO
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Cigarette holder: Abbr. : CTN
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Cooler : ADE
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Fair collection : RIDES
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St. Lawrence Seaway port of entry : ASHTABULA
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Hal Foster's Queen of the Misty Isles : ALETA
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Redistributed : DEALTOVER
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Like some divorces : MESSY
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Airport worker : SCREENER
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Philadelphia suburb : PAOLI
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On ___ (hot) : AROLL
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Teutonic connector : UND
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On the Big Board : LISTED
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Nueva York, por ejemplo : ESTADO
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Big chunk of moola : THOU
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Case studier, slangily : TEC
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One mushed : ESKIMODOG
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What a waiter or a track bettor does : GETSTIPS
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Like a violet leaf : OVATE
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Rubber giant : FIRESTONE
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Crowning : ATOP
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Dumpsite sights : RATS
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Needle : TWIT
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A perfect square : NINE
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"Mule Train" singer, 1949 : LAINE
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Actress Doherty : SHANNEN
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Extremely popular : HUGE
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Early home : EDEN
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Requirement for some games : ANTE
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"Jerry Maguire" actor Jay : MOHR
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Relative of muttonchops : BURNSIDES
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Arteries : MAINROADS
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Posh : RITZY
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"Unfortunately ..." : SADTOSAY
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Saturnine : DOUR
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General effort? : BATTLE
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There from the start : INNATE
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Supports, in a way : ABETS
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Dye obtained from aniline : MAUVE
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Contemporary of Freud : ADLER
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Future preceder : NEAR
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Public transportation : TRAM
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Stir up : RILE
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Variety of trout : CHAR
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Flash : SEC
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"___ chance!" : BON

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 6 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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