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New York Times, Saturday, May 12, 2001

Author:
Michael Shteyman
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Michael Shteyman

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQVXZ} Spans: 6 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Shteyman. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2001, The New York TimesNo. 0512 ( 18,813 )
Across
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Conscious now : WOKEN
6
Head of a pub? : FOAM
10
Some duplicates: Abbr. : CCS
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Lack of vitality : ANEMIA
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Peak in the mythical war of the Giants : OSSA
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Calls one's own : HAS
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Head-turning attire : SEETHROUGHDRESS
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Thanks monetarily : TIPS
21
Muchacho : NINO
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N.C.A.A. tournament division : EAST
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High rollers? : ELS
24
Telephone line? : HOLDON
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They're painted on some frat houses : PSIS
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It may help you see an error : SLOMO
30
Big automotive parts company : MIDAS
32
Crack, so to speak : TRY
33
Noted Reagan speechwriter : NOONAN
35
Not-to-do list : TABOOS
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You may draw on it : CHECKINGACCOUNT
40
Serving need : RACKET
41
1930's-40's villain : FUHRER
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Latin series starter : AMO
43
Prevent : DEBAR
45
Pioneer in Surrealism : ERNST
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"Tasty!" : MMMM
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Passed on by oral tradition : RETOLD
52
One-time bridge : ATA
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It has a blunt end : EPEE
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"Melrose Place" actor : SHUE
56
Not orig. : IMIT
57
Fellow, perhaps : GRADUATESTUDENT
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Olympic swimmer Thorpe : IAN
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Person kicking himself, maybe : RUER
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Happily accepting : OPENTO
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No place for a neatnik : STY
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They may be beaten : ODDS
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False : NOTSO
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Doesn't use : WASTES
2
"Long Day's Journey Into Night" writer : ONEILL
3
Stays with a friend, say : KEEPSONECOMPANY
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Life-saving team : EMTS
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U.S. research org. : NIH
6
Washington and Madison, for two : FOUNDINGFATHERS
7
Popular Sunday TV host : OSGOOD
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Tough wood : ASH
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Earned : MADE
10
Mating ritual? : CHESSTOURNAMENT
11
Like some stomachs : CASTIRON
12
Lottery letters : SSS
14
Florence is on it : ARNO
18
One whose success is well-earned? : OILMAN
19
It may be beaten : RAP
24
Addicted : HOOKED
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"Of course" : NATCH
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Part of 12-Down: Abbr. : SYST
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Faux : MOCK
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Untouchable : SACRED
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Compound in fireworks : NITER
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Anglo-___ War : BOER
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Pack : CRAM
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Repeatedly attack : HAMMERAT
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Containing gold : AUROUS
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Surpassed : BESTED
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Jobs : STINTS
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Kind of artist : TATTOO
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Kind of school : MED
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Mother of Apollo : LETO
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Mark alternative : EURO
56
Prefix with logical : IDEO
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W.W. II group : GIS
58
I.R.S. employee: Abbr. : AUD
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Fox competitor : UPN

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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