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New York Times, Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Like recollections of people trying to avoid perjury?

Author:
Peter A. Collins
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Peter A. Collins

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JKQ} This is puzzle # 103 for Mr. Collins.
Peter A. Collins notes:
Yep. I'm a math teacher. I hope the sight of the six trig functions didn't trigger PTSD (Post Trigonometric Stress Disorder) in any ... read more
Jeff Chen notes:
Appropriate theme for a math teacher, the six TRIG functions hidden within phrases — in order! Not that there's an absolute right ... read more
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© 2018, The New York Times2/28/18 ( No. 24,949 )
Across
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Like recollections of people trying to avoid perjury? : HAZY
5
Bertolt who wrote "The Threepenny Opera" : BRECHT
11
Modern prefix with warrior : ECO
14
Cookie since 1912 : OREO
15
Teacher of Islamic law : MULLAH
16
Position in crew, informally : COX
17
Is a recluse : STAYSINSIDE
19
Sch. in the Ocean State : URI
20
Gear for going up hills : LOW
21
Shell station? : TACOSTAND
23
Marshall's successor on the Supreme Court : THOMAS
26
"Haven't the foggiest" : NOIDEA
27
Land close to home : HITANERVE
31
W.W. II menace : UBOAT
32
Y. A. Tittle passed for 33,070 of them: Abbr. : YDS
33
Restrain, with "in" : REIN
34
To the point : TERSE
35
When repeated, marching orders? : LEFTRIGHT
38
Throat affliction : STREP
41
Go ___ great length : ONAT
42
The Falcons, on a scoreboard : ATL
45
"You're a better man ___!" : THANI
46
City on the Brazos River : WACOTEXAS
49
Naval fleet : ARMADA
51
Took out the junk? : SAILED
52
Where S is ... : MORSECODE
56
Paper size option: Abbr. : LTR
57
___ Jima : IWO
58
Place where students are graded on a scale? : MUSICSCHOOL
62
Sign of approval : NOD
63
Ivy League city : ITHACA
64
Canadian filling station : ESSO
65
A, B, C or D, in multiple choice: Abbr. : ANS
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Came to an end : CEASED
67
Take five : REST
Down
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Sounds from a sleigh : HOS
2
Still life, e.g. : ART
3
Fanatics : ZEALOTS
4
Classical musician whose given name is a toy : YOYOMA
5
Fat stat : BMI
6
Small one : RUNT
7
Disney's Queen of Arendelle : ELSA
8
___ Stic (ballpoint pen) : CLIC
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Wore : HADON
10
Lee side : THESOUTH
11
Colombia neighbor : ECUADOR
12
Lens covers : CORNEAS
13
Become rusty : OXIDATE
18
Lake or dive preceder : SWAN
22
Lhasa's land : TIBET
23
Lord's Prayer possessive : THY
24
Holed up : HID
25
Lord's subject : SERF
28
Haul back to the auto pound : RETOW
29
Actress ___ Lisi of "How to Murder Your Wife" : VIRNA
30
Pioneering computer : ENIAC
35
Olin and Horne : LENAS
36
Uncontrolled outbreak : EPIDEMIC
37
Old muscle cars : GTOS
38
Marathoner's need : STAMINA
39
Don quickly : THROWON
40
Aids for muzzleloading firearms : RAMRODS
42
Rocker who sings "Welcome to the Jungle" : AXLROSE
43
___ Bo (exercise system) : TAE
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Subject of a repeated warning at Woodstock : LSD
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Anti-rash powder : TALC
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This or that : EITHER
50
Less than 90° : ACUTE
53
Dept. of Labor agcy. : OSHA
54
Mayo parts? : DIAS
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"___ homo" : ECCE
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Like this emoticon: :-( : SAD
60
Spy org. created by F.D.R. : OSS
61
Fate : LOT

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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