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Cathy Allis
Cathy Allis

ALL THE RAGE

New York Times, Sunday, January 26, 1992

Author:
Cathy Millhauser
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 518 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 109, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 12, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
Cathy Allis has 4 pre-Shortz puzzles and 84 Shortz Era puzzles in our database.
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© 1992, The New York TimesNo. 15,419
Across
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Type of jar : MASON
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Rotisserie part : SPIT
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D.A.'s staff members : ASSTS
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Program problem : BUG
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Metrodome, for one : ARENA
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___ incognita : TERRA
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Olympic slalom star: 1984 : MAHRE
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Paul Bunyan's cook : OLE
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Driving hazard : SLEET
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Sounding like Niagara : AROAR
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Meccawee, e.g. : ASIAN
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Soprano Souez : INA
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___ polloi : HOI
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Like an angry cleric? : HOTUNDERTHECOLLAR
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Hymnist John Mason ___ : NEALE
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Opel or Citroën : AUTO
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Massenet's "___ de Lahore" : LEROI
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Winemaking process : AGING
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Like an angry perfumer? : INCENSED
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Teen-ager's woe : ACNE
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Writer Bernstein : CARL
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Battery part : ANODE
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Pacino and Hirt : ALS
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Long tales : SAGAS
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" . . . tomorrow ___ this petty pace . . . " : CREEPSIN
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Over : DONE
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Shed : LOSE
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Passover repast : SEDER
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Like angry Captain Kangaroo? : HOPPINGMAD
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In any way : EVER
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Beckett's "___ Knife" : NOS
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Some are fine : ARTS
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If there should be : INCASEOF
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Woof's kin : ARF
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What the angry clone was? : BESIDEHIMSELF
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T.L.C. providers : RNS
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Foolish fancies : CHIMERAS
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Nixon nix, once : VETO
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Anger, to Cato : IRA
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Spot for a beret : TETE
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Like angry Mr. Burns? : ALLFIREDUP
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Ready at the bar : ONTAP
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Singer James or Jones : ETTA
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Zwei preceder : EINS
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Epicurean activity : FEASTING
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Blackmore heroine : DOONE
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Artist Shahn : BEN
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Florentine flower : FIORE
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Eight: Comb. form : OCTA
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Stats for Strawberry : RBIS
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Like an angry babe? : UPINARMS
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Makes a hook shot : SINKS
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Organic compound : ESTER
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Chassé, e.g. : STEP
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"Tru" Tony winner : MORSE
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What the angry hangwoman was? : ATTHEENDOFHERROPE
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Skinny follower : DIP
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Hawaiian island chain? : LEI
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Author Segal : ERICH
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"An ___ Time of Hesitation": Moody : ODEIN
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Actress in "Knots Landing" : NOONE
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Singer Kiki : DEE
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Half note : MINIM
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Subject of a Cantor song : SUSIE
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Red leader? : INFRA
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Uneven : ODD
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Some lilies : SEGOS
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"Ahem" alternative : PSST
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Estaminets : CAFES
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Couch potato's favorite show? : MASH
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Woody's son : ARLO
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Like Skelton's angry wife? : SEEINGRED
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Romberg's "___ Alone" : ONE
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Violinist Milstein : NATHAN
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Place for affairs? : STATE
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Lima land : PERU
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"Build it up with ___ steel . . . " : IRONAND
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Defame : TRADUCE
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Latin I word : AMAT
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Dress accessory : SASH
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Escutcheons : SHIELDS
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Vestige : TRACE
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Sevilla matrons : SENORAS
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Like angry Ma Kettle? : BOILINGOVER
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Radius neighbor : ULNA
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Equipment : GEAR
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Valor; virtue : ARETE
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Korbut and Petrova : OLGAS
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Astronaut Evans : RON
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Scenes; settings : LOCALES
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Actress Brennan : EILEEN
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Rhine tributary : AARE
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Sphere starter : IONO
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Emulated Yma Sumac : SANG
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Varnish ingredients : ELEMIS
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"___ Down the Road," song from "The Wiz" : EASEON
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Vol. measures : CCS
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U.S. wellness org. : NIH
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Feudal slaves : SERFS
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Investigation : PROBE
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Angry states for Bumstead's boss? : DITHERS
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Kind of inspection : ONSITE
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Digs : PAD
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Farrow's second : PREVIN
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Parisian's donkey : ANE
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Half of MCCCII : DCLI
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End of a Doris Day hit : SERA
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Ethnic hairdos : AFROS
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Emulated Irons : ACTED
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Cicero, e.g. : RHETOR
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Like angry Clara Bow? : FITTOBETIED
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Mule of songdom : SAL
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"And miles to go before ___": Frost : ISLEEP
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Quant look : MOD
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Rather like an ogre : MEANISH
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Chekhov and Bruckner : ANTONS
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Completed, in Caen : FINI
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Certain saucers : UFOS
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According to : PER
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Like the angry clockmaker? : TICKEDOFF
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"Them" creatures : ANTS
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Player's org. : PGA
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Famous fabulist : AESOP
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Admires : ESTEEMS
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Ardent : BURNING
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Made available, as time : FREEDUP
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Make a dent : IMPRESS
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Abbr. on an overdrawn account : NSF
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"Holy Mountain" in Greece : ATHOS
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Peaceful : IRENIC
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Weird : EERIE
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"Haystack at Giverny" painter : MONET
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Actor Ray : ALDO
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___ off (angry as a golfer?) : TEED
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Plane type : DCIO
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Electric measures : OHMS
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Danish-American journalist-reformer : RIIS
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Concerning : INRE
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Play-gun ammo : PEAS
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Munson of "G.W.T.W." : ONA

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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