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New York Times, Monday, May 11, 1998

Parks who wouldn't sit still for injustice

Author:
Gregory E. Paul
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Gregory E. Paul

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JKQXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 59 for Mr. Paul.
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© 1998, The New York Times5/11/98 ( No. 17,716 )

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Across
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Opening for a coin : SLOT
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Baby buggy : PRAM
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Sell illegally, as tickets : SCALP
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Learn's partner : LIVE
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Hard to come by : RARE
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No-no : TABOO
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Church response : AMEN
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Auction caution : ASIS
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More than plump : OBESE
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Kirstie Alley sitcom : VERONICASCLOSET
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Parks who wouldn't sit still for injustice : ROSA
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Ignited : LIT
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Slangy turndown : NAW
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On the same family tree : RELATED
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Once around the track : LAP
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Drawings that deceive : OPART
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Gun grp. : NRA
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Ten: Prefix : DECA
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New England resort : MARTHASVINEYARD
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Very top : ACME
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China's Chou En-___ : LAI
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"When pigs fly!" : NEVER
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___ Moines : DES
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Kind of greens : COLLARD
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Suffix with legal : ESE
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Foe of the Luftwaffe: Abbr. : RAF
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Carrot or turnip, e.g. : ROOT
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Andrew Wyeth painting : CHRISTINASWORLD
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Sunday supper : ROAST
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Credit's opposite : DEBT
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___ de force : TOUR
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Halo wearer : ANGEL
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New York Indian : ERIE
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The "A" of Thomas A. Edison : ALVA
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Fliers in V's : GEESE
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Skyrocket : SOAR
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In case : LEST
Down
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Eastern European : SLAV
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Margarita fruit : LIME
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Walkie-talkie word : OVER
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Pavarotti, e.g. : TENOR
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Tout : PRAISE
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Mischievous one : RASCAL
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"Tosca" tune : ARIA
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Clutter : MESS
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Unemotional : STOLID
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___ Cove ("Murder, She Wrote" setting) : CABOT
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Beame and Burrows : ABES
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Misplace : LOSE
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Gwendolyn Brooks, e.g. : POET
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What's up at Rand McNally? : NORTH
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Fresh from the shower : CLEAN
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Bedouin : NOMAD
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Quickly : APACE
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Bathes in sunlight : WARMS
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Smithy's device : ANVIL
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Prefix with lateral or lingual : TRI
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Bid adieu : LEAVE
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Realtors' units : ACRES
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Priest : PADRE
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Hwy. : RTE
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Recolor : DYE
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Skyward : ALOFT
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Mule on the 65-Across Canal : SAL
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Provide with a permanent fund : ENDOW
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Windsor, for one : CASTLE
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Mecca's land : ARABIA
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Scorecard lineup : ROSTER
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Moves skyward : RISES
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All-out : TOTAL
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Rugged rock : CRAG
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Sharpen : HONE
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Mania : RAGE
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One day in March : IDES
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Detective Wolfe : NERO
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Part to play : ROLE
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Brand at the bottom? : LUVS
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"Oh, fudge!" : DRAT

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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