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New York Times, Tuesday, September 9, 1997

Author:
Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Elizabeth C. Gorski

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 35 Missing: {JXZ} This is puzzle # 18 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1997, The New York TimesNo. 0909 ( 17,472 )
Across
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Fruit of the Loom rival : HANES
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Where boys will be boys : FRAT
10
Frost : RIME
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Word with time or rights : EQUAL
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Indian music : RAGA
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Some mutual fund accts. : IRAS
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Ingratiate oneself, e.g. : CURRYFAVOR
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Dust busters, for short : VACS
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Film critic Pauline : KAEL
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Cuckoo bird : ANI
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Style : GENRE
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Original state : MINTCONDITION
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"Virginia Woolf" dramatist : ALBEE
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1955 children's heroine : ELOISE
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Ogle : LEERAT
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Charged particle : ION
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Mail carriers have them: Abbr. : RTES
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With 6-Down, operator of a 63-Down : AIR
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Auction offering : LOT
40
Butterfly catcher : NET
42
Pitcherful, maybe : ALE
43
Droops : SAGS
45
Post-W.W. II grp. : WAF
47
"Shucks!" : DARNIT
49
La Scala productions : OPERAS
52
Shark watchers' protectors : CAGES
53
Sherlock Holmes player : BASILRATHBONE
57
Way in : ENTRY
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Sale item marking: Abbr. : IRR
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Big exam : ORAL
62
Pulitzer writer James : AGEE
63
Words of wisdom : SAGEADVICE
66
"Twittering Machine" artist : KLEE
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Gulf war missile : SCUD
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Al ___ (firm) : DENTE
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Does lawn work : SODS
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Summer shirts : TEES
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Lock of hair : TRESS
Down
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"Shucks!" : HECK
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Water color : AQUA
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Famed trial venue : NUREMBERG
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Before now : EARLIER
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Like Wile E. Coyote : SLY
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See 37-Across : FRANCE
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Italian cheese or meat dish : RAVIOLI
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Give it ___ (try) : AGO
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Roof top : TAR
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Rosie the ___ : RIVETER
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Khomeini, for one : IRANI
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Computer shortcut : MACRO
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German Pittsburgh : ESSEN
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The 2% of 2% : FAT
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Dogfaces, today : GIS
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Patricia of "Hud" : NEAL
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Twelve ___ : NOON
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Ate fancily : DINED
27
Word of resignation : ALAS
28
"Star Wars" princess : LEIA
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Radio station need : TOWER
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Cousin of an orange : TANGERINE
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Peace Nobelist Wiesel : ELIE
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Places for props : SETS
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"Gone With the Wind" setting : TARA
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Guacamole's place : TACO
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Evening get-togethers : SOIREES
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Rundown feeling : FATIGUE
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Hurried next door, e.g. : RANOVER
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Thickness : PLY
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Tears up : SHREDS
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Prominent toucan features : BEAKS
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The "A" of WASP : ANGLO
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Riding horse : STEED
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Stagewear for Madonna : BRA
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Plays the part : ACTS
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Some popular jeans : LEES
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See 37-Across : SST
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Serve like Sampras, e.g. : ACE
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Banned pesticide : DDT

Answer summary: 2 debuted here and reused later.

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