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WHAT YOU WILL

New York Times, Sunday, November 29, 1964

Author:
Jules Arensberg and Herbert Ettenson
Editor:
Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 164, Blocks: 86, Avg Word Len: 5.40, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 663 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 147, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 18, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 28
Jules Arensberg and Herbert Ettenson have 3 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1964, The New York TimesNo. 5,600
Across
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Goddess: Gr. : THEA
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Plane-ferrying outfit. : MATS
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Signatural abbreviation. : CHAS
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___ anger. : SLOWTO
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Gift-giver's mot. : SWEETSTOTHESWEET
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Bernhardt and others. : SARAHS
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Query for the snows of yesteryear. : WHEREFOREARTTHOU
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Clears a tape. : ERASES
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Of the first water. : AONE
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Poisonous fungus. : AMANITA
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Issues. : ENDS
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Pointed form. : ANGLE
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Reward. : PAY
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"Old Dog ___." : TRAY
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TV program. : LASSIE
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Courage. : GRIT
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A "dish for the gods." : WOMAN
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Hearths. : HOMES
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Greek wine pitcher. : OLPE
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Engineering degrees. : EES
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Locales. : SCENES
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Dispossesses. : DIVESTS
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Conscripted. : LEVIED
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"Cassius has ___ and hungry look." : ALEAN
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Bare facts. : NAKEDTRUTH
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Be understood: Colloq. : SINKIN
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Sound. : RING
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Hebrew measures. : OMERS
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Outbuilding. : SHED
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Worship of: Suffix. : LATRY
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Senior diplomat. : DOYEN
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Men's titles: Abbr. : SNRS
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Nautical bar. : TOPRAIL
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Filled with fish eggs. : ROED
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"J'y suis, j'y ___." : RESTE
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Enthusiasm. : ELAN
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Music halls. : ODEA
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Future date. : MMCI
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Vitality. : SAP
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Unabridged dictionary. : WORDSWORDSWORDS
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Age, in Italy. : ETA
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Eating: Prefix. : PHAG
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Succulent. : LUSH
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Kind of train: Abbr. : SPEC
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Dwellers in palacios. : REYES
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Render turbid. : ROIL
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Holds back. : IMPEDES
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Steeps flax. : RETS
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Dull finish. : MATTE
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Piscivorous birds. : ERNES
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Go sky-high. : SOAR
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Biblical peak. : SINAI
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Frame of mind. : MOOD
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Condition in life. : ESTATE
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"___ swift, and flies with swallow's wings." : TRUEHOPEIS
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Football player. : GUARD
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Of a certain volcano. : ETNEAN
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Term in phonetics. : GLOTTAL
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Butterfly fish. : BLENNY
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Expression of contempt. : PAH
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Campus man. : PROF
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Opposite of lee. : STOSS
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Wailing cry. : ULULU
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Attention-getting sound. : AHEM
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Groves. : COPSES
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Cold-shoulder. : SNUB
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Pro basketball group. : NBA
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Flatfishes. : SOLES
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Suffix with beta-, cyclo-, etc. : TRON
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Like store clothes. : PREMADE
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___ much. : INAS
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Threefold. : TRINAL
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Fat man's lament. : TOOTOOSOLIDFLESH
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At an angle. : ASLOPE
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Trash collector? : WHOSTEALSMYPURSE
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Macbeth's aide. : SEYTON
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Bone: Prefix. : OSTE
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___ log. : YULE
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Moderate. : EASY
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Lilliputian. : TEENYWEENY
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Present. : HERE
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Saison. : ETE
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___ the eye can see. : ASFARAS
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Firth of Scotland. : MORAY
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Solar disk. : ATEN
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Asiatic language. : THAI
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Spanish painter. : SERT
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About 100 lbs. : CWT
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Laughs. : HEHES
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Ages and ages. : AEONS
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Workshop. : STUDIO
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Direction. : SSE
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Poem by Byron. : LARA
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Pongo pygmaeus. : ORANG
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"Anabasis" or "Phaedra." : WASGREEKTOME
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Favorable position of a golf ball? : THELIEDIRECT
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Caucasians. : OSSETS
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Trade. : SWAP
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Coachman's command. : WHOA
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Man ___. : TOMAN
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Least interesting. : STALEST
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Dispose of. : SELL
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Certain law officers. : TMEN
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Shapley's field: Abbr. : ASTR
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Kiang. : ONAGER
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Man on the road. : HIKER
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Whipstitch. : OVERSEW
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Teachers' degrees. : MEDS
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Foot: Lat. : PES
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"The ___ that men do . . . " : EVIL
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Stone. : SARD
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Sister of Thalia. : CLIO
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Cleaner's complaint. : DAMNEDSPOT
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Discontinue: Abbr. : SUSP
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Arm ___. : INARM
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Patent medicines. : NOSTRUMS
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"___ physic to the dogs." : THROW
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One thing or another. : HEADORTAIL
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Blind girl of fiction. : NYDIA
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Relative of an umlaut. : DIERESIS
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Original. : NEW
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Protective coverings. : TARPS
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Wave: Fr. : ONDE
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"The ___ doth protest too much." : LADY
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Single performances. : SOLI
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"Having nothing, nothing can he ___." : LOSE
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Berlin's river. : SPREE
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Kelso! Kelso! : AHORSEAHORSE
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Did Vermeer do this for a guilder? : PAINTTHELILY
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Clip wool. : SHEAR
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Scenarios. : SCRIPTS
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School: Abbr. : SEM
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Cull. : GLEAN
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Johnson. : SAMUEL
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Philter. : DRUG
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Man's name. : ENEAS
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Title for an ecclesiastic ode? : TOANUNNERY
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Disunited. : TORN
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Vortex. : EDDY
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Phase. : STEP
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___ say. : SOTO
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Cup handle. : EAR
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Different. : ELSE
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Center of night life: Slang. : HOTSPOT
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Gulping sound. : GLUB
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Night: Prefix. : NOCT
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Indigo. : BLUEDYE
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Italian dishes. : PASTAS
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"Tea ___." : FORTWO
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Clear. : UNDIM
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Forget-___. : MENOT
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Disdainful expressions. : POOHS
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Nose: Colloq. : SNOOT
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Mud volcano. : SALSE
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Angler's catch. : BASS
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N.C. county. : ASHE
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Soap: Pharm. : SAPO
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Streaked, as mahogany. : ROEY
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Name meaning hairy. : ESAU
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Kim Novak role. : MOLL
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Founder of Troy. : ILUS
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Man's nickname. : LEN
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Lao-___. : TSE
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Famous journalist. : FPA

Answer summary: 17 unique to this puzzle, 11 debuted here and reused later, 21 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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