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New York Times, Friday, September 26, 2003

Author:
Eric Berlin
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Eric Berlin

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 28 Missing: {FJWXZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Berlin. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2003, The New York TimesNo. 0926 ( 19,680 )
Across
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Enumeration follower : ETCETERA
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Former Likud leader : SHAMIR
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Very scared person, perhaps : QUAVERER
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Rioters' quieters : POLICE
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No provincial : URBANITE
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Like many a library book : LOANED
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First name in 1858 debates : ABE
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Geog. feature : STR
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Wickiup, for one : HUT
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Diamond expert : UMP
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Some tales : LORE
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Choirs may use them : RISERS
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1960-61 world chess champ : TAL
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Judging : DEEMING
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Reggae's ___-Mouse : EEKA
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Girl of Oz : SHEILA
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"Little" ones from afar : GREENMEN
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Pitches : CANTS
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One preceder? : ANY
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It may be blank : STARE
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She worked for Grant on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" : RICHARDS
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Business center: Abbr. : MAINST
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Heal-___ (mint family members) : ALLS
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Delete : EDITOUT
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Name on a Chinese menu : TSO
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In distress : PAINED
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Candied dish : YAMS
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Price abbr. : CTS
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Readers of the Book of Moroni: Abbr. : LDS
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Britain's ___ Act of 1773 : TEA
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Came across : MET
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Put up : HOUSED
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Don't see other people, perhaps : GOSTEADY
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Wrap : ENROBE
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Stealthily : ONTIPTOE
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Like some grapes : SEEDED
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Ones charging reading fees? : PSYCHICS
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Match : EQUAL
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Feature of some muscle cars : TURBO
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Pole tossed in competition : CABER
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Actress Bartok : EVA
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Till stack : TENS
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Land on the Red Sea : ERITREA
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Cut again : RETRIM
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Subsist : ARE
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Spare no expense : SPLURGE
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Bad audience response : HOOTS
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Taking after : ALA
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Revolutionary hero : MINUTEMAN
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Amana amenities : ICEMAKERS
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2000 film about a mission to Mars : REDPLANET
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Unit named for a physicist : HENRY
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Classicist Hamilton and others : EDITHS
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Records one's arrival : SIGNSIN
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Lohengrin's love : ELSA
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Thing : ENTITY
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Mars : SCRATCHES
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Something that comes down hard? : HAILSTONE
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Pen, say : ENCLOSURE
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His twin tricked him : ESAU
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Start of an African capital : ADDIS
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Checked the figures, maybe : READDED
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Unwillingness to crow : MODESTY
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Jackson Hole is near them : TETONS
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Newbie, of sorts : PLEBE
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Cremona artisan : AMATI
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Red Bordeaux : MEDOC
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They may appear on lids : STYES
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Suffix with symptom : ATIC
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Ground cover : SOD
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Elephant grp. : GOP
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N.T. book : EPH

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

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