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New York Times, Saturday, September 13, 2003

Author:
Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Brendan Emmett Quigley

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JV} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 69 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2003, The New York TimesNo. 0913 ( 19,667 )

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Across
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Gorged oneself, informally : ATEATON
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Agitated : INASTIR
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"The flavor can't be matched because only ___ knows the secret" (old slogan) : NESCAFE
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Not anywhere : NOPLACE
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Clothing store spinoff : GAPKIDS
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Dishonest : CROOKED
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Greek symbol of mourning : URN
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Race climax : LASTLAP
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It's heard before "gee" : EFF
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Football Hall-of-Famer Ronnie : LOTT
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Large, hairy creatures : YETIS
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Swiss section : DELI
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Washed-out : ASHEN
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Quebecer's vote : NON
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City built on ancient Thebes : LUXOR
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___ Cup (snack item) : REESES
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Hair shirt occasion : PENANCE
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Abbr. on a class schedule : MTWTF
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Bob and weave : DODGE
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Boardwalk sights : CABANAS
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Niobe, e.g. : WEEPER
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Bedevil : NAGAT
44
It lands at Landvetter : SAS
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"Wrong!" : NOTSO
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"Sword ___ oath, and oaths must have their course": Shak. : ISAN
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Chesebrough-Pond's product : QTIPS
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Narrowly defeats : NIPS
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Visage feature : NEZ
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Like a Bentley that's ready to go : FUELLED
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Rio Treaty implementer: Abbr. : OAS
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Fo'c'sle feature : ELISION
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Writer Huffington : ARIANNA
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Wasn't quite on schedule : RANLATE
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Begin : STARTON
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Sauna user, e.g. : SWEATER
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"Star Wars" figure : HANSOLO
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Rawboned : ANGULAR
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Shade of pink : TEAROSE
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Armchair quarterback's reading, maybe : ESPNTHEMAGAZINE
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Relative of "Oh, no!" : ACK
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Detective, at times : TAIL
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Light ___ : OFDAY
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Press secretary under Ford : NESSEN
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Prone : INCLINED
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"___ Room" (2001 children's book) : NORAS
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Each : APOP
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Road caution : SLO
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Resent, say : TAKEEXCEPTIONTO
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Antarctic sight : ICEFLOE
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Western timber : REDFIR
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Feature of many a Corvette : TTOP
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Treaty subject : TESTBAN
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"The Count of Monte Cristo" setting : DUNGEON
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Not yet proficient with : NEWAT
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Filled : LADEN
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Stop: Abbr. : STN
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Impatient cry : NOW
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Brad, e.g. : FASTENER
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Judge's citation : CASELAW
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Attack, with "into" : SAIL
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What un crucigrama is in : ESPANOL
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Actor ___ Brazzi of "South Pacific" : ROSSANO
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Super Bowl XXIX winners, for short : NINERS
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Ostentation : SPLASH
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Car dealer's offering : QUOTE
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Airsleep company : SERTA
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Command : FIAT
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Model Parkinson : DIAN
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1970's grp. whose symbol was a seven-headed serpent : SLA
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___ Antiqua : ARS

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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