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New York Times, Wednesday, September 1, 1993

Author:
Mary S. Snyder
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 46, Avg Word Len: 4.59, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 62, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 8, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 2
Mary S. Snyder has 21 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1993, The New York TimesNo. 16,003

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Across
1
Flogged, in a way : CANED
6
Keglers' org. : PBA
9
Small gull : MEW
12
Make haste : HURRY
13
Wharton's "The ___ Innocence" : AGEOF
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A Gardner : AVA
16
Once more : AGAIN
17
Dormouse : LEROT
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Krazy ___ : KAT
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A fibrous protein : KERATIN
21
The Venerable ___ : BEDE
22
Meeting place for Zeno : STOA
25
Browning's "___ Vogler" : ABT
26
Utensil on a pencil : ERASER
28
Vandal : HUN
29
Morse-code signal : DAH
30
Guard : SENTRY
31
Kelep, e.g. : ANT
32
Role for Rosalind Russell : MAME
33
Concern of 52 Across: Abbr. : AGR
34
Hebrew letter : HEH
35
Teaching method for the hearing impaired : ORALISM
38
General's asst. : ADC
41
Fed. agency since 1970 : EPA
43
Tolkien creatures : ENTS
44
___-Magnon : CRO
45
Cargo : LADING
48
Flurry : ADO
49
Rib : KID
50
" . . . not even ___": C. Moore : AMOUSE
51
NE, e.g. : DIR
52
Member of Clinton's Cabinet : ESPY
53
We, in Paris : NOUS
54
Laid up for future use : STOCKED
57
Society bud : DEB
58
Come afterward : ENSUE
59
Church area : AISLE
63
Shoe-box shape: Abbr. : OBL
64
Man of odes : KEATS
65
Vamoose! : SCRAM
66
Burns negative : NAE
67
Transgress : ERR
68
French states : ETATS
Down
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Half a dance : CHA
2
Summer mo. : AUG
3
New Deal inits. : NRA
4
Pam of "The Cosby Show" : ERIKA
5
Unit of force : DYNE
6
Lovely lass : PERI
7
Richard and Pat : BOONES
8
Fore's opposite : AFT
9
Skedaddles : MAKESTRACKS
10
He does some shuffling : EVADER
11
Diluted : WATERY
13
Part of Dixie : ALABAMA
14
Step on it : GETTHELEADOUT
20
Speeder's nemesis : RADAR
21
Report of a sort : BANG
22
Former Iranian ruler : SHAH
23
Do a key job : TUNE
24
Posthaste : ONTHEDOUBLE
27
A great amount : REAMS
32
Ghostly sounds : MOANS
36
Cookbooks have them : INDICES
37
Marabou, for one : STORK
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Kind of coffee : DRIP
40
Showman Bill: 1846-1917 : CODY
42
Name of 12 popes : PIUS
45
Michael ___, memorable actor : LANDON
46
Protozoan : AMOEBA
47
Canadian who discovered kerosene: 1852 : GESNER
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Command : EDICT
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Despot : TSAR
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Comfort : EASE
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Duke Ellington's monogram : EKE
60
Mrs., in Mexico : SRA
61
Cato's lang. : LAT
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Bad ___, German spa : EMS

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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