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New York Times, Monday, November 24, 1980

Author:
Carol Dutting
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 272 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
Carol Dutting has 10 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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Across
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Lively dance : GALOP
6
Flavor : SAPOR
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Certain drs. : GPS
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Castle or Dunne : IRENE
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"Bernard ___," Farrell novel : CLARE
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Try for office : RUN
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Slam bid : SEVENHEARTS
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Exist : ARE
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Native of an Asian country : TAI
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Kind of button : PANIC
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Capital of Crete : CANEA
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Ersatz : FAKE
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Dogged : HOUNDED
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Unstable : LABILE
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Via ___, tourists' mecca in Rome : VENETO
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Sharif and Bradley : OMARS
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Rod's partner : REEL
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Roof ornaments : EPIS
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Game at a Reno casino : DICE
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Unkempt : MESSY
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Fine lawn : LENO
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Annoys : IRKS
40
Wine city : ASTI
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More tender : SORER
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Ranges : GAMUTS
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Meal : REPAST
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Merry trio in songs : TRALALA
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Borge or Hamlet : DANE
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Frost-covered : RIMED
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Moslem priests : IMAMS
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Hunter or Fleming : IAN
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Tenet : ISM
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Bad news in a board game : DONOTPASSGO
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Modernist : NEO
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Lycée attender : ELEVE
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Carries : TOTES
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Hostelry : INN
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Crusader at D.C. : NADER
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Lyric poem : EPODE
Down
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Nub : GIST
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Region : AREA
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Dolly of "Hello, Dolly!" : LEVI
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"___ Fine Day" : ONE
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Correspondents : PENPALS
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Act unit : SCENE
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Part of the name of a fronton game : ALAI
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Board game of Indian origin : PARCHEESI
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Women's service org. : ORT
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Save : RESCUE
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Metropolitan event : GRANDOPERA
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Blend : PUREE
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Golfing great : SNEAD
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Relative of a cod : HAKE
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Kudu or dik-dik : ANTELOPE
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Discount event : FIRESALE
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Sole : ONLY
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City in N.J. : LODI
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Moslem prince : AMIR
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Board game : BACKGAMMON
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Waistcoats : VESTS
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Dyed again : RESTAINED
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Chemical suffixes : INES
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Kind : SORT
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Manhandle : MAUL
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Able to feel, taste, etc. : SENSATE
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Infuriate : MADDEN
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Inclined access : RAMP
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Singer Lopez : TRINI
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Up and about : RISEN
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Library tool : DATER
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Chess action : MOVE
51
Ratio words : ISTO
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Well along in years : AGED
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Snout : NOSE
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Spanish wave : OLA
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Bribe : SOP

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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