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Nancy Nicholson Joline
Nancy Nicholson Joline

HOPPY EASTER

New York Times, Sunday, April 11, 1993

Author:
Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 83, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { Q Z }
Open Squares: 110, Cheaters: 14, FITB: 12, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 27
Nancy Nicholson Joline has 61 pre-Shortz puzzles and 48 Shortz Era puzzles in our database.
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© 1993, The New York TimesNo. 15,860
Across
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Bonkers, in Britain : SCATTY
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"... and a time to ___": Eccles. : SEW
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Kind of shelter : RABBITHUTCH
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Haydn's "___ Symphony" : SURPRISE
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Comedian Bert : LAHR
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Time or figure preceder : FATHER
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One of the first TV cartoon serials : CRUSADERRABBIT
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Pa. port : ERIE
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Family created by 88 Down : USHERS
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S-shaped decorative curves : OGEES
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"Goblin Market" poet : ROSSETTI
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Butler of fiction : RHETT
29
Cheese dish : WELSHRABBIT
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Nine popes : STEPHENS
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Baseball stat : ERA
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Hail's kin : SLEET
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Kind of antenna : RABBITEARS
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Potok's "My Name is Asher ___" : LEV
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Natty : SPIFFY
45
Item for Miss Muffet : WHEY
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Swedish pile rug : RYA
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Kind of blueberry : RABBITEYE
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Evasions : ELUSIONS
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Patronizes : SHOPSAT
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Induce yawns : BORE
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Early New England houses : SALTBOXES
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Calif.'s Big ___ : SUR
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German author noted for anecdotes : SCHAFER
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Distress : AIL
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Where to find Denton and Tyler : TEXAS
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San Francisco hill : NOB
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Servants. e.g. : HELP
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Not appropriate : INAPT
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"___-Tough," Reynolds film : SEMI
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Coast or rush preceder : GOLD
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Beatify : BLESS
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Aussie rodent : RABBITRAT
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Like McCullers's cafe : SAD
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Salad, to disdainers : RABBITFOOD
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Andalusian aunt : TIA
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Imperturbable : STOICAL
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Kind of cord : RIP
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Feisty ones : SCRAPPERS
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Calla lily, e.g. : ARUM
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Tijuana tomorrows : MANANAS
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Lisbon misters : SENHORES
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Tiny creature : MITE
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Penultimate Greek letter : PSI
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Facile : GLIB
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Bucks : MALERABBITS
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___ Canals : SOO
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Start forward suddenly : JACKRABBIT
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Millet, e.g. : GRAIN
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Capulet, to Montague : FOE
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"The ___ connected to..." : HIPBONES
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Adorned : GRACED
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San Diego team member : PADRE
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Spice used in curry powder : TURMERIC
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Spider, in Spain : ARANA
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Notebook for an élève : CAHIER
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Celebes dwarf buffalo : ANOA
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Updike protagonist : RABBITANGSTROM
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Blood component : PLASMA
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Cicatrix : SCAR
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Society-page item : NUPTIALS
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Sorrel of fiction and Green of finance : HETTYS
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They sit above nks. : HDS
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Cheers or chin-chin : TOASTS
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Sudden burst of voltage : SURGE
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Like fairy-tale stepmothers : CRUEL
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Chevets : APSES
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Refuse : TRASH
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Thrice daily, in prescriptions : TID
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Belgian river : YSER
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Ravell'd -sleave knitter : SLEEP
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Inheritance of the meek : EARTH
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Wonderland denizen : WHITERABBIT
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Lapin : RABBITFUR
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Jumbles : HASHES
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King Arthur's father : UTHER
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Children's classic : THETALEOFPETERRABBIT
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Kind of ck. : CERT
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Time segs. : HRS
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Flat-bottomed boat : SCOW
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Notched, as a leaf : EROSE
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Fritz and Rob : REINERS
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Hasenpfeffer : RABBITSTEW
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Low and Thomas : SETHS
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Good-luck charm : RABBITSFOOT
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Skirts in Sevilla : SAYAS
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Bobcats' kin : LYNXES
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Toothed bar : RATCH
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"Jane ___" : EYRE
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Swerve : VEER
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"And has thou ___ the Jabberwock?" : SLAIN
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Find a sudden solution : PULLARABBITOUTOFAHAT
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Novel ending : IST
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Little lie : FIB
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Interrogative utterances : EHS
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Kit or kitten : YOUNGRABBIT
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Lively sphere at Shea : RABBITBALL
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One of Rebekah's boys : ESAI
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Battlers, at times : SEXES
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Checks for errors : PROOFS
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Fruit of the maple : SAMARA
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Israeli lang. : HEB
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Clapboards or shingles : SIDING
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Interest groups : BLOCS
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Kind of minister or mover : PRIME
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'Twixt tic and toe : TAC
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Moolah : DOREMI
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Begets : SIRES
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Back talk : SASS
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Buccaneers' home : TAMPA
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Vietnamese port : DANANG
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Bass and Spade : SAMS
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Kingston, for one : TRIO
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"The Culture of Narcissism" author : LASCH
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"___ Joey" : PAL
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A Pa. airport code : PHL
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"Lenore" poet : POE
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Krushchev et al. : NIKITAS
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Actress Hasso : SIGNE
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One of Uncle Remus's gang : BRERRABBIT
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Irons of films : JEREMY
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Kind of neck blow : RABBITPUNCH
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Ainu or Tamil : ASIAN
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Pindar, e.g. : ODIST
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Kind of jump : BROAD
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Bradley and Sharif : OMARS
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Jamaican cult member : RASTA
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"Ars gratia ___" : ARTIS
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Gem weigh unit : CARAT
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Organic compounds : ENOLS
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Bonneville and Hoover : DAMS
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"___ Rider," Eastwood film : PALE
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Periods : ERAS
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Danish king of England: Var. : CNUT
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Airport code for Copenhagen : CPH
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Mail abbr. : GPO

Answer summary: 22 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 10 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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