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WHAT'S IN TWO NAMES?

New York Times, Sunday, January 23, 1983

Author:
Bette Sue Cohen
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 168, Blocks: 90, Avg Word Len: 5.23, Missing: { J Z }, Scrabble score: 656 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 149, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 7
Bette Sue Cohen has 41 pre-Shortz puzzles and 6 Shortz Era puzzles in our database.
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© 1983, The New York TimesNo. 12,129
Across
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Fleet of warships : ARMADA
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Stitched : SEWED
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Date of Columbus's last voyage : MDII
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Rein : STRAP
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Jayhawker's neighbor : SOONER
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Impulse conductor : AXONE
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Very long time : AEON
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Quantity of paper : QUIRE
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Kubrick code word? : STANLEYBAKER
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Cantrell gymnast? : LANATURNER
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Lacrosse team : TEN
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French star : ETOILE
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Certain lions : IDOLS
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Two on the dial : HANDS
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Track : HUNT
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Garde predecessor : AVANT
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Kind of therapy : SERO
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Cardiology chart, for short : ECG
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Theorbo's kin : LUTE
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Poland Chinas : SWINE
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Concerns of coaches : DEFENSES
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West Germanic language : FLEMISH
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Writer Alexander : SHANA
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Recompense : QUITS
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Word with finch or thorn : HAW
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Breakfast cereal : FARINA
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Segal seethes? : GEORGEBURNS
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Bog : MIRE
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Expunge : ERASE
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Judicial writ : BREVE
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Trevi throwaways : LIRE
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Greene of "Bonanza" : LORNE
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Kind of photo : TELE
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Ulrica, in "Ivanhoe" : CRONE
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___ Raton, Fla. : BOCA
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Straw-filled mattress : PALLET
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Airline abbr. : ETD
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Ratoff measure? : GREGORYPECK
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Endorsed a passport : VISAED
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Holm : ISLET
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N.Y. time : EST
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All possible : EVERY
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Deepest, as thoughts : INMOST
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Fisher a liturgical singer? : EDDIECANTOR
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Song syllable : TRA
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Least restrained : FREEST
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Role for Liz : CLEO
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Upper-crust group : ELECT
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Baseball feature : SEAM
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Some gaits : LOPES
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Poe product : TALE
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Leinsdorf or Korngold : ERICH
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___ Bay, N.F.L. team : TAMPA
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Collections : ANAS
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Taylor pile at Las Vegas? : ROBERTSTACK
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Contribute : CHIPIN
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Metal casting : PIG
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Initiated : BEGAN
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Condition : STATE
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Discouraged : CHILLED
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Like a stage setting : SCENICAL
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___ de visite : CARTE
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A star of "Cinderella Liberty" : CAAN
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Epoch : ERA
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Bauxite and stibnite : ORES
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Molding edge : ARRIS
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Tinge : CAST
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Campus orgs. : ROTCS
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Friable : CRISP
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Corrigenda : ERRATA
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Stole : BOA
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Washington beach? : DINAHSHORE
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Wimsey products? : PETERSELLERS
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Typewriter type : ELITE
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All-conqueror : AMOR
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Poetic muse : ERATO
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Red-ink entries : LOSSES
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What Sen. Dole does? : METES
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Hauls : TOWS
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Rent again : RELET
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Long wooden bench : SETTLE
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Type of D.A. : ASST
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Kyle of football fame : ROTE
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Lament : MOAN
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Bonnie Franklin role : ANN
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Printer's delta : DELE
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Nymph transformed by Artemis : ARETHUSA
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Italic language : SABINE
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Glorify : EXALT
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Stirred up : WOKE
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Ethyl follower : ENE
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Gathering by inference : DERIVING
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Dorothy or Molly : MALONE
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Started a rubber : DEALT
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Atomic particles : IONS
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Balin of films : INA
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This puzzle has 529 : SQUARES
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Stimulate : TURNON
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Crust : RIND
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Hawk on Olympus : ARES
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Form or fume prefix : PER
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Conrad short story : YOUTH
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Burglaries : THEFTS
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Mother of Perseus : DANAE
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Conscious : AWARE
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Fisherman's net : SEINE
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Decadent : EFFETE
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Red Bordeaux : CLARET
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Chaplin attendant? : GERALDINEPAGE
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Ceil : LINE
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Pushy person : SHOVER
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Grain sorghum : DURRA
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Booth sanctuary? : SHIRLEYTEMPLE
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Got rightfully : EARNED
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Pleasant : SWEET
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___ en scène : MISE
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"___ evil" : SEENO
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Like winks : QUICK
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Rum drink : GROG
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Political union : BLOC
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Bicuspid's neighbor : MOLAR
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Royal celebrity : BRETT
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Device using light rays : LASER
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Surfer's surface : CREST
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___ noire : BETE
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Central point : PIVOT
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Sleekness : GLOSS
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Old name for Tokyo : YEDO
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Plato's penultimate letter : PSI
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Fodder plant : VETCH
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Widgeons : SMEES
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Like poetic justice : IRONIC
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Burstyn from Detroit : ELLEN
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Does : DEER
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Unctuous preparation : CERATE
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Albee honoree : ALICE
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This goes to your head : NECK
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Sword : RAPIER
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Blake of "Gunsmoke" : AMANDA
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Blinders : FLAPS
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Intrigue : CABAL
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Spanker, e.g. : SAIL
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Judicial apparel : TOGAS
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Les ___-Unis : ETATS
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Like Hammett's "Man" : THIN
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Alcove : RECESS
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Nicholas and Boris : TSARS
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Ecdysiast : STRIPPER
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Property items : CHATTELS
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Frost subject : BIRCHES
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Muchachos' abodes : CASAS
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Make marginal markings : NOTATE
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Muezzins : CRIERS
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Bugs Bunny treat : CARROT
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Hood's missile : ARROW
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Minoan's land : CRETE
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Get one's goat : RILE
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"Step ___!" : ONIT
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Lake or singer : COMO
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Inclusive abbr. : ETAL
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Tropical plant : ALOE
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Outdo : BEST
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Turgenev's birthplace : OREL
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S. African fox : ASSE
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J.F.K. or H.S.T. : DEM
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Abzug adornment : HAT
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Before, to Spenser : ERE
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Utah Beach craft : LST

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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Crosswords published prior to Nov. 21, 1993 are provided by David Steinberg and The Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project.

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