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New York Times, Monday, March 30, 1998

Author:
Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Elizabeth C. Gorski

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQV} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 27 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1998, The New York TimesNo. 0330 ( 17,674 )
Across
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Major no-no : TABOO
6
Fruity pastry : TART
10
Superdeluxe : POSH
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Primitive weapon : SPEAR
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Brainstorm : IDEA
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Have the throne : RULE
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Rural dance : POLKA
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Like a seven-footer : TALL
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They give people big heads : EGOS
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Fast-paced card game : CRAZYEIGHTS
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Having three unequal sides, as a triangle : SCALENE
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Act like aloe : SOOTHE
27
SOS lights : FLARES
28
Use an ax : HEW
29
German auto : AUDI
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Austen novel made into a 1996 movie : EMMA
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Most-wanted group of attendees : ALIST
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Wear one's best : DRESSTOTHENINES
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Cosmetician Lauder : ESTEE
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Ewes' calls : BAAS
43
Chase Manhattan, e.g. : BANK
44
Proofs of age, for short : IDS
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Dictation takers : STENOS
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Esoteric : ARCANE
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Kleptomaniac : STEALER
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Gymnasts' quests : PERFECTTENS
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Banned apple spray : ALAR
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Pitcher Hershiser : OREL
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Dueler's sword : SABER
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Roman philosopher : CATO
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"___ M for Murder" : DIAL
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Like some piano keys : EBONY
66
Larry King has a few : EXES
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Award for Oprah : EMMY
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Renter's paper : LEASE
Down
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Sugar amt. : TSP
2
Part of a milit. address : APO
3
Actress Barbara ___ Geddes : BEL
4
Acorn, eventually : OAK
5
Seer : ORACLE
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Mythical giant : TITAN
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In ___ (befuddled) : ADAZE
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Count (on) : RELY
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"Thy Neighbor's Wife" author : TALESE
10
Ragú competitor : PREGO
11
Should, with "to" : OUGHT
12
Animal that sleeps upside-down : SLOTH
13
Literature Nobelist Hermann : HESSE
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Bowler's button : RESET
22
Des Moines native : IOWAN
23
"Yellow-bellied coward" and others : SLURS
24
West Point drillee : CADET
25
Stand up : ARISE
27
Lose color : FADE
28
More than a tee-hee : HAHA
31
Sale scenes : MOBS
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N.Y.C. subway manager : MTA
34
Newspaper no-no : LIBEL
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Nonsensical : INANE
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Man of La Mancha : SENOR
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Head-shakers' syllables : TSKS
39
Paris bisector : SEINE
40
German industrial city : ESSEN
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Read, as enemy messages : DECODE
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Mortarboard part : TASSEL
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With speed : APACE
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"Take it easy" : RELAX
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Egg protector : CRATE
51
60's-70's coifs : AFROS
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Fulton's power : STEAM
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What to watch the BBC on : TELLY
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Quick haircut : TRIM
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Pres. Lincoln : ABE
60
Showy scarf : BOA
61
Ems followers : ENS
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Seedy loaf : RYE

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later.

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