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New York Times, Tuesday, August 7, 2001

Author:
Mark P. Sherwood
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Mark Sherwood

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Sherwood. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2001, The New York TimesNo. 0807 ( 18,900 )

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Across
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Does origami : FOLDS
6
Antenna type : DISH
10
LP flaw : SKIP
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Give or take : ABOUT
15
Bat's navigation aid : ECHO
16
Sonata finale : CODA
17
New Boy Scout : TENDERFOOT
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Assayers' samples : ORES
20
54-Across logo : EYE
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Brownie ___ (things to earn) : POINTS
22
Afternoon socials : TEAS
23
Pedestal topper : IDOL
24
Protect, in a way : ENCASE
26
Lakefront home feature : PRIVATEBEACH
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Bummed around : LAZED
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___-Rooter : ROTO
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Wing it, musically : JAM
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Tabloid fliers : UFOS
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Maps out : PLANS
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Miss Horne : LENA
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Norm: Abbr. : STD
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Julia's Oscar-winning role : ERIN
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Add a lane to, say : WIDEN
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1969 Shirley MacLaine musical : SWEETCHARITY
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Hidden away : CACHED
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Mother of Helen of Troy : LEDA
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Pulitzer winner James : AGEE
51
Give confidence to : ASSURE
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Letterman's network : CBS
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Wrestling hold : LOCK
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Torturer's tool : THUMBSCREW
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Niagara River source : ERIE
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"I dropped it!" : OOPS
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Classic toothpaste brand : IPANA
63
Word that can follow the ends of 17-, 26-, 43- and 58-Across : BALL
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Like Santa's cheeks : ROSY
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Off-the-wall : NUTTY
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Lot in life : FATE
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Old wedding vows word : OBEY
3
Like a recluse : LONE
4
Fizzler : DUD
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Blended family member : STEPDAD
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Desecrate : DEFILE
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PC pictograph : ICON
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Totally gone : SHOT
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Stressful spots : HOTSEATS
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Rob Roy need : SCOTCH
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"M*A*S*H" setting : KOREA
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Think tank nuggets : IDEAS
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No longer in vogue : PASSE
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Dig (for) : ROOT
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Currier's partner : IVES
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Sgt., for one : NCO
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"Besides that ..." : PLUS
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Flat floater : RAFT
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Shirt with a reptilian logo : IZOD
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Type of goose : BRANT
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Countless years : EON
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___ Knight : JEDI
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Work without ___ (take risks) : ANET
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A zillion : MANY
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Shark or T. rex : PREDATOR
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Tell a whopper : LIE
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Milano moolah : LIRA
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Merino mother : EWE
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Gets wet up to the ankles : WADESIN
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Israeli money : SHEKEL
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All thumbs : CLUMSY
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Tarragon or chervil : HERB
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Biblical spy : CALEB
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Ancient marketplace : AGORA
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Beany's TV friend : CECIL
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"Get lost!" : SHOO
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Has a late meal : SUPS
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Pluto or auto ending : CRAT
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Needing straightening : BENT
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Swing in the breeze : SWAY
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PC "brain" : CPU

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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