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New York Times, Monday, August 30, 2004

Author:
Jeffrey Harris
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Jeffrey Harris

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Harris. NYT links: Across Lite
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Across
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Tow : HAUL
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From County Clare, e.g. : IRISH
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___ pet (onetime fad item) : CHIA
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"The Thin Man" pooch : ASTA
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Off-limits : TABOO
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"Crazy" bird : LOON
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Manual transmission : STICKSHIFT
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"What've you been ___?" : UPTO
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Politely : NICELY
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High-spirited horse : ARABIAN
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Swap : TRADE
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From one side to the other : ACROSS
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Shade of beige : ECRU
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Warwick who sang "Walk On By" : DIONNE
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Tree branch : LIMB
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Makes a row in a garden, say : HOES
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"Hasta la vista!" : ADIOS
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Operatic solo : ARIA
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Academy Award : OSCAR
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Fighting, often with "again" : ATIT
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Goes off on a mad tangent : RANTS
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With 22-Down, Korea's location : EAST
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Bone-dry : SERE
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Moose or mouse : ANIMAL
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Perlman of "Cheers" : RHEA
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Upstate New York city famous for silverware : ONEIDA
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Twinkie's filling : CREME
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Versatile legume : SOYBEAN
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Entraps : SNARES
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Jai ___ : ALAI
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Lakeshore rental, perhaps : PADDLEBOAT
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Lass : GIRL
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Between, en français : ENTRE
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Taking a break from work : IDLE
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One of two wives of Henry VIII : ANNE
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Hem again : RESEW
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Loch ___ monster : NESS
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Lacks, quickly : HASNT
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Up and about : ASTIR
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Ancient city NW of Carthage : UTICA
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Tied, as shoes : LACED
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___-bitsy : ITSY
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Shout from the bleachers : RAH
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There: Lat. : IBI
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Until now : SOFAR
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Souped-up car : HOTROD
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Standard drink mixers : CLUBSODAS
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Arizona tribe : HOPI
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Tiny amount : IOTA
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Shortly : ANON
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Swiss artist Paul ___ : KLEE
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See 45-Across : ASIA
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Came up : AROSE
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What a TV host reads from : CUECARD
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Funnywoman Margaret : CHO
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Evening, in ads : NITE
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Dark film genre, informally : NOIR
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Villa d'___ : ESTE
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"___ Croft Tomb Raider" (2001 film) : LARA
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Tehran's land : IRAN
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Prefix with skirt or series : MINI
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Transportation for the Dynamic Duo : BATMOBILE
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Bird's name in "Peter and the Wolf" : SASHA
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Numbered rd. : RTE
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Of sound mind : SANE
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Frog, at times : LEAPER
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Unappealing skin condition : ACNE
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Idiotic : INANE
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1990's Israeli P.M. : RABIN
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Wear away : ERODE
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Breakfast, lunch and dinner : MEALS
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Kefauver of 1950's politics : ESTES
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The "Star Wars" trilogy, for one : SAGA
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Actress Lena : OLIN
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Folksy tale : YARN
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Whole bunch : SLEW
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Alcoholic's woe : DTS
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Rapper Dr. ___ : DRE

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

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