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GLOBAL STARS

New York Times, Sunday, June 20, 1993

Author:
Jan Hurschmann
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 532 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 113, Cheaters: 14, FITB: 17, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
Jan Hurschmann has 1 pre-Shortz puzzle in our database.
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© 1993, The New York TimesNo. 15,930
Across
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Nursery sound : MAMA
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Swab the decks again : REMOP
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"___ Ha'i" : BALI
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"The Seven Little ___," 1955 film : FOYS
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Pair on an angelus : ALAE
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Walking ___ (elated) : ONAIR
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Part of an Egyptian temple : SEKOS
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State since 1896 : UTAH
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Lebanese actress? : BEIRUTALEE
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Egyptian actor? : CAIROBLOWE
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Flow out : EMANATE
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Irrational numbers : SURDS
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Arm or thigh muscle : BICEPS
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London gallery : TATE
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Russian singer? : OKAYSTARR
33
Pakistani city : LAHORE
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Odalisque's residence : HAREM
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Covered shopping areas : ARCADES
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Corundum : EMERY
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Ibert's "___ of Call" : PORTS
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Skirmish : BRUSH
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Ending for pay or plug : OLA
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___ d'Or, city in Quebec : VAL
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Loan word : OWE
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Alley ___ of comics : OOP
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Satanic : EVIL
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Suffix with alp or river : INE
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Actor at Valletta? : MALTABHUNTER
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Elaine ___, "Right Bank" author : NEAL
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Luzon city named for Casals? : SANPABLO
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Sudden thrust : LUNGE
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Actor Brian or Patrick : AHERNE
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Cast iron, e.g. : ALLOY
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Kind of comic : SERIO
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Tomato blight : EDEMA
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Angora goat's fleece : MOHAIR
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" . . . a drunken sailor on ___": Shak. : AMAST
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Butter-and-egg purveyor : DAIRYMAN
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Nicholas Udall's school : ETON
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Himalayan actress? : TIBETTEDAVIS
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Gilbertian princess : IDA
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Prank : LARK
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___ pros. (ct.-records entry) : NOL
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Anger : IRE
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Actor from Prague : LOM
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Marine flier : ERN
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Pompous walk : STRUT
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Orders to felines : SCATS
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Ship that brought us Miss Liberty : ISERE
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Sight that is a blight : EYESORE
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Effrontery : BRASS
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Nixon's "Six ___" : CRISES
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Texan Watergate observer? : ALAMODEAN
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Electric catfish : RAAD
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Final home of King Arthur : AVALON
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Former Russian measure of distance : VERST
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Mermaid, Moocher and Mouse : MINNIES
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Italian playwright? : COMOSSHART
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Irish predecessor of Lassie? : ERINTINTIN
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Muppet in "Sesame Street" : ELMO
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Orioles' manager : OATES
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___ Rizzo, Hoffman role : RATSO
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Depot, in Dijon : GARE
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Quickly : SOON
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Proverbial heirs : MEEK
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Pintail ducks : SMEES
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Scouse or swivet : STEW
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Fairy queen : MAB
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Downwind : ALEE
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Disable : MAIM
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Device used on lawns : AERATOR
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Spin : ROTATE
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Related maternally : ENATE
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Cob or drake : MALE
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Goose, in Grasse : OIE
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Do a wash-day chore : PRESORT
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Small, round and glistening : BEADY
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V. Herbert's "___ in the Dark" : AKISS
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Denise of "The Garry Moore Show" : LOR
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Weather-map lines : ISOBARS
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Supports : FULCRA
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Plains Indian : OTOE
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Whitman's "barbaric" sound : YAWP
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"The Liner ___ a Lady": Kipling : SHES
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High-tail it : SCRAM
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Having only one component : UNARY
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Symbol of old-school discipline : BIRCH
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Haw. instruments : UKES
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Brownish gray : TAUPE
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Some informal wear : LEVIS
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Religious group in Iowa : AMANA
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Montana singer? : HELENAHORNE
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"___ Succeed in Business . . . " : HOWTO
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Hectarage : AREA
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English actress? : DOVERAMILES
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Of a Greek philosopher : ELIAN
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Spoiled paper : SALLE
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Bergen of "The Winds of War" : POLLY
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Drum or antelope : BONGO
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Routine learning : ROTE
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Saracen, to a Crusader : ENEMY
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Bamako is its capital : MALI
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Cancel a flight : ABORT
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Merino's sound : BLEAT
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She wrote "Back Street" : HURST
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Colligate : UNITE
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Armbones : RADII
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Pirates' punishing path : PLANK
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Towel marking : HERS
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Sparling : SMELT
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Sidewall protections : EAVES
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Brawl : MELEE
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Eared seal : OTARY
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___ Ben Adhem : ABOU
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Rumpus-room game : DARTS
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Put on a pedestal : ADORE
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Onomasticon's contents : NAMES
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Type of legal action : INREM
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Portuguese navigator : DIAS
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Specialties for Mims : SOLOS
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Crosspiece over a door : TRANSOM
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Mmes., in Madrid : SRAS
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Easy gallops : CANTERS
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Native of Mashhad : IRANI
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Short railroad tracks : SIDINGS
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Target of Carry Nation : SALOON
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Convy and Parks : BERTS
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Poem divisions : CANTOS
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Egg-shaped : OVATE
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Actor Jacobi : DEREK
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Wash lightly : RINSE
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"Bullets," to a poker player : ACES
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Flight, in Firenze : VOLO
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Tommy-gun lead : AMMO
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Chigger : MITE
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Coup d'___ : ETAT
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Horse's parent : SIRE
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"Some ___ meat . . . ": Burns : HAE
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Batter : RAM
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Not used : NEW

Answer summary: 11 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 7 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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