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New York Times, Saturday, April 12, 1997

State dispute section of America's first constitution

Author:
Bob Klahn
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Bob Klahn

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {FQ} This is puzzle # 24 for Mr. Klahn.
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© 1997, The New York Times4/12/97 ( No. 17,322 )
Across
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Like tattersall : PATTERNED
10
Swagger : SWASH
15
Once : AWHILEAGO
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Part woman, part bird creature : HARPY
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Euphemism for hell : TARNATION
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Waiting in the wings : ONTAP
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Clytemnestra's slayer : ORESTES
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Complain bitterly : INVEIGH
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Mint : NEW
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Common language suffix : ISH
24
Pulitzer playwright Akins : ZOE
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Antonio Banderas, in "Evita" : CHE
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Smidgen : JOT
27
Sub station? : DELI
28
"1-2-3" singer Barry : LEN
29
Orwell's "The Road to ___ Pier" : WIGAN
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Minor, in law : PETIT
33
Announcement at LAX : ETA
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Noted singer with Krupa & His Orchestra : ODAY
35
Annoy : GRATE
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"The Sound and the Fury" director : RITT
37
Fighter at Vicksburg : REB
38
Garlicky mayonnaise : AIOLI
39
Chutzpah : MOXIE
40
1950 film noir classic : DOA
41
Schmoozes : GABS
42
Supermarket tabloid subject : LIZ
43
Certain camera, initially : SLR
44
Rock pioneer Brian : ENO
45
Latin law : LEX
46
Pin ___ : OAK
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Ford best sellers : MODELTS
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Egg-laying animals : OVIPARA
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"Enough!" : IGIVE
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Sexton, for one : CARETAKER
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Carthage, today : TUNIS
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"High Sierra" star : IDALUPINO
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Scalawags : HEELS
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Oomph : SEXAPPEAL
Down
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___ the back : PATON
2
Hip : AWARE
3
Cast : THREW
4
Cannery row? : TINS
5
Jubilance : ELATION
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Makeup : RETEST
7
TV's Charlie Chan : NAISH
8
Victim of deflation : EGO
9
"Lucia di Lammermoor" composer : DONIZETTI
10
Comment to a boss in a Johnny Paycheck title : SHOVEIT
11
Draw to a close : WANE
12
State dispute section of America's first constitution : ARTICLEIX
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Insulating tubing : SPAGHETTI
14
Break one's word? : HYPHENATE
21
"Really!" : NOLIE
26
Late-night name : JAY
27
Passes out, in a way : DEALS
29
The person who made this puzzle, e.g. : WORDSMITH
30
Doctrinaire sort : IDEOLOGUE
31
Worsted twill : GABARDINE
32
Beak : PROBOSCIS
35
Elephantine : GIANT
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"Shoe" waitress, in the comics : ROZ
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Undying : AGELESS
39
Engage in a quarrel : MIXITUP
42
Bottom of a parking garage, perhaps : LEVELA
45
Seuss creature : LORAX
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Actor Jack of "The Great Dictator" : OAKIE
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Play ground? : ARENA
48
Pope John Paul II's real first name : KAROL
50
Rank and vile : EVIL
52
Founder of New York's Public Theater : PAPP
55
Drink suffix : ADE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 9 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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