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New York Times, Saturday, April 26, 2008

Play for which Julie Harris won the 1952 Tony for Best Actress

Author:
Brad Wilber
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQYZ} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Wilber.
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© 2008, The New York Times4/26/08 ( No. 21,354 )
Across
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Pound sign letters : SPCA
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Play for which Julie Harris won the 1952 Tony for Best Actress : IAMACAMERA
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Galley output : CHOW
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Title housewife in an Oscar-winning film : MRSMINIVER
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Burdens on some shoulders : HODS
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Something damned with faint praise, in British lingo : CURATESEGG
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Navigation abbreviation : ENE
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Desktop accessory : LAMP
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Married woman abroad : FRAU
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Drones : MENIALS
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Call : ENTITLE
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Old-style call to arms : ALARUM
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Kind of skeleton or symmetry : AXIAL
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Like Olympic races : TIMED
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Rhapsodize : WAXPOETIC
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Ending like -like : INE
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Torpedoes : HEROS
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Syst. of unspoken words : ASL
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Song title followed by the lyric "Lovers say that in France" : CESTSIBON
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Gunsmith Remington : PHILO
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Croaking flier : RAVEN
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Cousin of the sandpiper : CURLEW
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Titular author of two books of the Bible : STPETER
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Swedish soprano noted for her Wagnerian roles : NILSSON
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Rent : TORE
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Synthetic : MADE
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Crispy Twister sandwich offerer : KFC
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Like King Kong in New York City : ONARAMPAGE
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Gila River native : PIMA
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Its currency unit is the ariary : MADAGASCAR
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Time of Ta'anit Esther : ADAR
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O. Henry specialty : PLOTTWISTS
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Hyphenated figs. : SSNS
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Techie's drawing : SCHEMATIC
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Cell's lack : PHONELINE
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Indicators of intelligence? : CODENAMES
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Sounds of feigned sympathy : AWS
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Response to "Don't panic" : IMCALM
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Green dragon and skunk cabbage : ARUMS
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Letters on a new car sticker : MSRP
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Overseer of some practices: Abbr. : AMA
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Summons: Abbr. : CIT
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Hydrocarbon suffix : ANE
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"Lose" at the office : MISFILE
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Winner of six U.S. Opens : EVERT
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Splendid : REGAL
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Get into it, so to speak : ARGUE
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Give a glowing review : LAUD
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More than upset : IRE
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Replacer of the Humble brand in the early 1970s : EXXON
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Defeats narrowly : NIPS
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Process of nature by which all things change : TAO
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One of a pair of biblical brothers : AARON
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Max who wrote "Politics as a Vocation" : WEBER
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Some airplane runners : TAILSKIDS
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Douglas is its capital : ISLEOFMAN
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High-occupancy vehicles? : CLOWNCARS
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Center of industry : HIVE
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Small, furry African climber : TREERAT
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Gathered dust : SAT
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Whimper : PULE
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Timecard abbr. : HRS
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Some like them hot : CIDERS
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Jazz Age dance : STOMP
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Like much music : TONAL
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Home of "The Garden of Earthly Delights" : PRADO
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Plague : NAGAT
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Buds : MACS
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Rep. : AGT
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Cavernous opening : MAW
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Telepathy, e.g. : PSI
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Announcement carriers, for short : PAS

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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