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New York Times, Thursday, May 1, 2003

English king succeeded by William of Orange

Author:
Gilbert H. Ludwig
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 34 Missing: {QXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Ludwig.
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© 2003, The New York Times5/1/03 ( No. 19,532 )
Across
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Heat locale : MIAMI
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Wind instrument : VANE
10
Ring : PEAL
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Early check, perhaps : ADVANCEPAY
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Tabula ___ : RASA
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Opposite of abandoned? : RIGHTINTHELURCH
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Expires : ENDS
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Off, in a way : UNLIT
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Account number : BALANCE
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English king succeeded by William of Orange : JAMESII
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Opposite of sad? : UPINTHEDUMPS
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1998 P.G.A. Championship winner : SINGH
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Cooler in a cooler : ADE
31
T. S. Eliot's Theatre Cat : GUS
34
Errs - as in 17-, 27-, 42- and 52-Across? : TAKESAWRONGTURN
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Years, to Yves : ANS
40
Year in Claudius's reign : LII
41
One of a finite pair? : LONGI
42
Opposite of dead-on? : LEFTONTARGET
46
Yacht spots : MARINAS
49
What payments may be in : ARREARS
50
Dinar spender : IRANI
51
"The Night of the Hunter" screenwriter : AGEE
52
Opposite of a gleeful shout? : DOWNDOWNANDAWAY
59
Kind of force : GALE
60
Chairpersons? : LIONTAMERS
61
Once, once : ERST
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___ regni (in the year of the reign) : ANNO
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Final figure : TOTAL
Down
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Scratch, say : MAR
2
First name in tyranny : IDI
3
Diamond stat. : AVG
4
___-jongg : MAH
5
How fractions may be stated : INTENTHS
6
Buyer : VENDEE
7
Complex grp. : APTS
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"Bad idea" : NAH
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Artist's asset : EYE
10
Trims : PRUNES
11
Counts, now : EARLS
12
Computer data format : ASCII
13
"Chicago Hope" Emmy winner : LAHTI
15
Sure success : CINCH
18
Mattress problem : LUMP
21
___ gut (laugh hard) : BUSTA
22
Hive-connected : APIAN
23
Driving course? : LINKS
24
Halo wearer, in France : ANGE
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It might throw you : JUDO
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"Absolutely!" : AMEN
28
Italian playwright ___ Fo : DARIO
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"___ Din" : GUNGA
32
Insistent one : URGER
33
Piques : SNITS
35
Italian sports car, for short : ALFA
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Good thing to have about you : WITS
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Was obviously displeased with : GLAREDAT
38
Flew : TORE
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Common finch : LINNET
43
Woman with legendary patience : ENID
44
First Olympics venue with women's hockey : NAGANO
45
1545 council site : TRENT
46
Mosquito look-alike : MIDGE
47
Deafening : AROAR
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"A Natural Man" Grammy winner : RAWLS
51
Erelong : ANON
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Slangy suffix : OLA
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Take home : WIN
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Latin lover's declaration : AMO
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Dripping : WET
57
Neighbor of Scorpius : ARA
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Designer monogram : YSL

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later.

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