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EXHIBIT A

New York Times, Sunday, May 15, 2016

Poet who wrote "I took a deep breath and listened to the old brag of my heart. I am, I am, I am"

Author:
Patrick Berry
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Patrick Berry

This puzzle:

Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 138, Blocks: 76 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 211 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Jeff Chen notes:
Some really neat sound changes today, words starting in A reimagined so that the A acts as an article. APACHE HELICOPTER to A PATCHY HELICOPTER, how cool is that? THAT'S AMORE to THAT'S A ... read more
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© 2016, The New York Times5/15/16 ( No. 24,295 )
Across
1
Tired runner? : CAR
4
Hard to find : SCARCE
10
Production Code org. : MPAA
14
Prayer ___ : SHAWL
19
Singer with a palindromic name : ONO
20
Taphouse : TAVERN
21
Magazine with a palindromic name : ELLE
22
Out of bounds : TABOO
23
Repeatedly cried "Land ho!" with no land in sight, maybe? : AGGRAVATEDASALT
26
Inflames : RILES
27
Rains pellets : SLEETS
28
Fighting off drowsiness? : RESISTINGAREST
30
Like tweets : TERSE
31
One of the "cities of the plain" : SODOM
32
Internal pump : HEART
33
Belarussian capital : MINSK
35
Lose it : SNAP
37
"Peanuts" girl : EUDORA
42
2016 campaigner : CRUZ
44
Jack ___ (member of the Royal Navy) : TAR
46
"Conger eel? Au contraire!" : THATSAMORAY
50
Stuck to the corkboard? : UNDERATACK
54
"Not with a bang but a whimper" poet : ELIOT
55
Tag line? : NAME
56
Inedible : BAD
57
La Scala premiere of 1887 : OTELLO
58
Show signs of age : WEAR
59
Associates : MATES
60
Erwin of 1950s TV : STU
61
Bring along : PACK
63
Pound : BEATON
65
Whirlybird whose paint job is flaking off? : APATCHYHELICOPTER
70
Christian in Hollywood : SLATER
71
Supply : GIVE
72
"___ All Too Much" (Beatles song) : ITS
73
Cuba ___ : LIBRE
74
Dethrone : OUST
78
Track down : LOCATE
80
"Something just occurred to me ..." : SAY
83
Correct copy : EDIT
84
Down-filled garment : PARKA
85
Adversary who shows up at romantic dinners? : ARIVALDATE
87
"Finally, I can buy that house!" : ALOANATLAST
90
Cut (off) : LOP
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Scoffing reply : IBET
92
Company that sold Spirographs : KENNER
93
"Santa Baby" singer : KITT
96
"___ Body?" (first Peter Wimsey novel) : WHOSE
98
Its symbol is a star and crescent : ISLAM
102
Quarters : AREAS
104
Hand makeup : CARDS
107
What Carrie needed after the prom? : CHANGEOFADRESS
112
1980s-'90s Olympian Jackie Joyner-___ : KERSEE
113
Maker of Caplio cameras : RICOH
114
"Major shopping centers aren't among the prizes!" : YOUCANTWINAMALL
116
Wild and woolly? : OVINE
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Ligurian Sea feeder : ARNO
118
Stun with sound : DEAFEN
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GameCube successor : WII
120
Signed over : CEDED
121
Lacking excess : LEAN
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Divines : SENSES
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Lose rigidity : SAG
Down
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Land line? : COAST
2
Trig term : ANGLE
3
Substitute anchor during Walter Cronkite's tenure at CBS : ROGERMUDD
4
___ Island (home of Wagner College) : STATEN
5
Cleveland team, informally : CAVS
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"Ex Machina" robot : AVA
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Evocative of yesteryear : RETRO
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Belief systems : CREEDS
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Finishes with : ENDSON
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Predicament : MESS
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Poet who wrote "I took a deep breath and listened to the old brag of my heart. I am, I am, I am" : PLATH
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Kate's partner of old TV : ALLIE
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Hartford-based Fortune 100 company : AETNA
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Layer : STRATUM
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Head locks : HAIR
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Good at one's job : ABLE
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Reasons to despair : WOES
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In need of a steer : LOST
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Shrink or enlarge : RESIZE
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Target : AIMAT
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Highly regarded : GREAT
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Glide effortlessly : SKATE
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Act : STATUTE
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"That was sure close!" : PHEW
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Contributes to a GoFundMe campaign : DONATES
39
Stumper? : ORATOR
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Food sometimes sold with a flavor packet : RAMEN
41
Those in favor : AYES
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Predator-to-be : CUB
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Codon carrier : RNA
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"Lord of the Flies" protagonist : RALPH
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Hoppy drink : ALE
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Actress Carrere : TIA
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Kevin who played Hercules on TV : SORBO
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Exchange cyclically : ROTATE
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Body, metaphorically : CLAY
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Author of the 1984 memoir "Mayor" : KOCH
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Owner of Fisher-Price : MATTEL
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Lacking creature comforts : SPARTAN
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Party purchase : KEG
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It often contains "lies" : EPITAPH
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Ireland : Erin :: Britain : ___ : ALBION
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Dalmatian, e.g. : CROAT
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Kedrova of "Torn Curtain" : LILA
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___ Novello Award (songwriter's honor) : IVOR
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Rhodes of Rhodes scholar fame : CECIL
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Move through a crowd, maybe : SIDLE
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Ceiling stain's cause : LEAK
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Browser bar text : URL
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Jamaican genre : SKA
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Undertaking : TASK
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Affirms : AVOWS
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Tools used for cutting curves : SABERSAWS
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Put away : ATE
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Even so : YET
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Break down : PARSE
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Take heat from? : DISARM
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Spoke horsely? : NEIGHED
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Something fit for a queen : TIARA
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Fashion editor's predictions : TRENDS
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Experiment subject : TESTEE
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Continental divides? : OCEANS
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Unswerving : LOYAL
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Ere : AFORE
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Start of several Hawaiian place names : MAUNA
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City near Lake Nasser : ASWAN
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Screenwriter Ephron : DELIA
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Baseball commissioner after Giamatti and Vincent : SELIG
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Shoe with holes : CROC
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Colonial home, you might say : HIVE
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Stomach stuff : ACID
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Lowest possible turnout : NONE
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Rodent control brand : DCON
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Housemaid's ___ (bursitis) : KNEE
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Hypotheticals : IFS

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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