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Shortz Era puzzles with duplicate answers

Puzzles with repeated answers are rare; there are only 47. Here's the list. Click on any Answer to see it in context.

NumDateAuthorAnswerClue
1.Andrea Carla MichaelsAUTHORWith 26-Across, 1982 Al Pacino film
AUTHORWith 24-Across, 1962 P. G. Wodehouse book
HEARYEWith 55-Across, town crier's cry
HEARYEWith 52-Across, Aaron Copland ballet
NEWYORKWith 42-Across, Frank Sinatra signature song
NEWYORKWith 40-Across, where Broadway is
SINGWith 71- and 72-Across, classic Louis Prima tune
SINGWith 72-Across, noted maximum security prison
ZOOMWith 9-Across, an auto ad slogan
ZOOMWith 5-Across, quickly
2.Peter A. CollinsHOMEWith 18- and 19-Across, classic song that starts "'Mid pleasures and palaces though we may roam"
HOMESee 17-Across
3.Timothy PolinBLANKSEntry forms
BLANKSValuable things to have in Scrabble
BLANKSYou might draw them when answering questions
BLANKSDoesn't remember, as something obvious, with "on"
BLANKSWhat starter pistols shoot
BLANKSUnstamped metal discs used for making coins
BLANKSBilly of infomercials
BLANKSVoids, with "out"
4.Joe Krozel and Peter CollinsBACKWARDHow the Across answers appear in the bottom half of this puzzle
BACKWARDHow the Across answers appear in the top half of this puzzle vis-à-vis the bottom
5.Michael DeweySIRSee 11-Down
SIRWith 39-Across and 58-Down, response to a military command
6.Jeff ChenCCCCCOceans
CCCCCGrab
CCCCCEspies
TTTTTRazz
TTTTTAids for long drives
UUUUUFarm females
UUUUUTrees with poisonous seeds
UUUUUProfit from
7.Stu OckmanOOOOOOWith 37-Across, dairy aisle purchase
OOOOOOSee 31-Across
8.Jeff ChenSPYFoe of 1-Across in Mad magazine
SPYFoe of 71-Across in Mad magazine
9.Paula Gamache and Ed SteinADDRESSPrepare to drive, as a golf ball
ADDRESSLincoln's famous one was just 272 words
CONSOLESay "There, there" to, say
CONSOLEHome entertainment centerpiece
EXPLOITTake advantage of
EXPLOITBit of derring-do
INCENSEMake boiling mad
INCENSEAromatic sticks
PRESENTShow, in a show-and-tell
PRESENTHere and now
10.Clive ProbertONEWith 42-Across, bogey?
ONEWith 42-Across, birdie?
11.Francis Heaney and Patrick BlindauerCATTractor make, briefly
CATHipster
DOGFollow relentlessly
DOGFrank
HORSEGymnast's equipment
HORSEBasketball shooting game
LIONLouis VIII nickname, with "the"
LIONViking foe?
MOLESpicy sauce
MOLEMarilyn's mark
SEALIt makes an impression
SEALNavy commando
12.John FarmerBLINGSee 18-Across
BLINGWith 10-Down, flashy jewelry
DURANSee 16-Across
DURANWith 2-Down, group with the only James Bond theme to hit #1
KNOCKSee 64-Across
KNOCKWith 54-Down, intro to a joke
SUGARWith 50-Down, #1 hit of 1969
SUGARSee 61-Across
TWINKLESee 39-Across
TWINKLEWith 25-Down, start of a nighttime nursery rhyme
13.John UnderwoodUSAEnd of a patriotic cheer
USAMiddle of a patriotic cheer
USAStart of a patriotic cheer
14.Michael J. DoranEXAMINESSee 40-Across
EXAMINESWith 21-Down, questions in court
FIRESSee 59-Across
FIRESWith 50-Down, tough positions for soldiers
HAIRSSee 22-Across
HAIRSWith 12-Down, rifle shooter's aid
ROADSSee 53-Across
ROADSWith 47-Down, crucial decision point
SECTIONSWith 26-Down, some statistical samples
SECTIONSSee 32-Across
WORDSSee 17-Across
WORDSWith 3-Down, popular puzzles
15.Michael ShteymanOOOHugs, symbolically
OOOQueenside castle, in chess notation
OOOTic-tac-toe winner
OOONew pedometer reading
16.Patrick MerrellLOREIt's passed on
LOREIt's passed on
17.Elizabeth C. GorskiOOONew pedometer reading
OOOTic-tac-toe win
18.Manny NosowskyPARBy its location [see adjoining squares of answer], a birdie
PARBy its location [see adjoining squares of answer], a bogey
19.Roger BarkanACADIAMaine's ___ National Park
ACADIA"Evangeline" setting
ACTSDoes stage work
ACTSNew Testament book
AGGIEPlaying marble
AGGIETexas A&M player
ALIENS1986 sci-fi sequel
ALIENSOnes with green cards
AURARadiant glow
AURA"___ Lee" (classic song)
BALLPARKShea, for one
BALLPARKLike some figures
BASICMicrosoft's first product
BASICFundamental
CARSTrain segments
CARS"Shake It Up" band, with "the"
CHOPCut of lamb
CHOPWhen doubled, quickly
CHUMBuddy
CHUMFish scraps
ELKSFraternal members
ELKSAntlered animals
ENTREEFree access
ENTREEMeat dish, often
ERAPaleozoic, for one
ERAPitcher's stat
GRUBSScrounges (for)
GRUBSBeetle larvae
ICEKnock off, to a mobster
ICE"Rocks"
IRONNumbered club
IRONUnwrinkle
KATKrazy ___
KATKit ___ bar
LABIgor's place
LABCertain retriever, briefly
LAWSStatutes
LAWSSamuel ___, inventor of the stock ticker
LEILuau memento
LEIHawaii's ___ Day
LOOKINTHEMIRRORExamine oneself
LOOKINTHEMIRRORSee eye-to-eye?
NOAHWordwise Webster
NOAHMan famous for doing a double take?
OCEANS"___ Eleven" (Sinatra film)
OCEANSSeas
OLDMANDad, slangily
OLDMANHemingway title character
REDLIGHTKind of district
REDLIGHTStop signal
RUNATCharge
RUNATMove rapidly toward
SERAMedical liquids
SERA"Will be," to Doris Day
SHOOTModel's session
SHOOT"Darn!"
SIE"Sprechen ___ Deutsch?"
SIEYou: Ger.
SMOKEDHad Marlboros, say
SMOKEDLike salmon, often
SPANBridge
SPANNine inches
STEEPPrepare, as tea
STEEPVery expensive
STEPPart of a process
STEPFootfall
TAIMai ___
TAISkater Babilonia
TISThird word in "America"
TISNotes after las
TORA___ Bora (Afghan region)
TORAWhen tripled, a W.W. II movie
TOTOIn ___ (entirely)
TOTODog in Oz
UNCLE___ Sam
UNCLE"I give!"
WHITELike a surrender flag
WHITEPart of an egg
20.Peter GordonBEWARYOFStart of a quip by Alfred E. Neuman
BEWARYOFEnd of the quip
21.Manny NosowskyTTTTTorment
TTTTSome socials
TTTTInformal tops
TTTTPlumbing joints
TTTTAngers, with "off"
TTTTTimeout signs
TTTTRib
TTTTSri Lankan exports
TTTTTFlirt
TTTTTGolfers' needs
TTTTTCertain crosses
TTTTTMusical notes
22.Zack ButlerIWILLQuote, part 5
IWILLQuote, part 2
23.Tap OsbornLIZZIEBORDENDefendant in an 1893 trial
LIZZIEBORDENDirector of 18 Across
24.Wayne Hall-EastmanADAMOriginal man
ADAMBede of fiction
25.Frances HansenWEREYOUTOCALLAVASEAVASEMore of verse
WEREYOUTOCALLAVASEAVASEMore of verse
26.Charles M. DeberSTEPerson Cinderella said was cruel
STEWhat the painters said they needed
STEPSee 115 Across
STEPWhat the passenger told the cabbie
STEPWhat Hesse called one of his novels
27.Teresa ForestallANONShortly
ANONLater
28.Nancy McCarthyLEESDregs
LEESProminent Virginia family
29.Richard N. Platt, Jr.RATKind of race
RAT"Dirty" one, in a Cagney line
30.John LandenbergerIAMStart of God's words to Moses
IAMEnd of 1 Across
31.Frances HansenTICKFirst sound of work
TICKChide, with "off"
TICKTOCKSounds of work
TICKTOCKMore sounds
TICKTOCKPlay it again, Sam
TICKTOCKOne more time
TOCKAfrican hornbill
TOCKLast sound of work
32.Frances HansenHEARTKind of burn
HEART"Cross my ___"
33.UnknownANDSee 1 Across
ANDSee 1 Across
34.Keith BlakeMILESTOGOBEFOREISLEEPSee 63 Across
MILESTOGOBEFOREISLEEPFrost line
35.UnknownFOOLAn old saw, with 31, 40, 46, 51, 57, 66 and 67 Across
FOOLSee 1 Across
36.UnknownRESTRemainder
RESTRepose
37.Hume R. CraftAMESSinger Ed
AMESCity near Des Moines
38.UnknownYENCraving
YENCraving
39.UnknownINTOInwardly.
INTODivision word.
40.UnknownALIEastern name.
ALIBaba.
41.H. L. RisteenINDState: Abbr.
INDNeither Dem. nor Rep.
42.UnknownWANEFade.
WANEDecrease.
43.A. H. Drummond, Jr.AGEJack Benny's is 39.
AGEEpoch.
44.William A. Lewis Jr.AGE21 plus.
AGEA dog's ___.
45.George HendersonISSUEA point of debate.
ISSUEThe "I" in G. I.
46.UnknownHENBiddy.
HENClucker.
47.William Spaar Jr.STRADSViolins.
STRADSFiddles.