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New York Times, Saturday, May 18, 1996

Pulitzer-winning writer on Vietnam___Sheehan

Author:
M. Nosowsky
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Manny Nosowsky

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 26 Missing: {VZ} This is puzzle # 52 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite
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S
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O
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C
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K
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Y
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Q
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M
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R
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M
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P
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Y
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P
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L
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J
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R
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M
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M
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U
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L
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© 1996, The New York Times5/18/96 ( No. 16,993 )
Across
1
Salmon variety : SOCKEYE
8
Stick in a case : SHEATHE
15
Not in the store yet : ONORDER
16
Puts down : QUASHES
17
Some discomfort : MALAISE
18
Available, as money : UNSPENT
19
Up : ALOFT
20
___-square (odds calculation) : CHI
22
Solution strength, in Surrey : TITRE
23
Wear well : LAST
24
Child supporter? : STORK
26
Pulitzer-winning writer on Vietnam___Sheehan : NEIL
27
Kind of agent : IRS
28
Vibrate, as with heat waves : SHIMMER
30
Tiny angular measurement : MIL
31
Snow lander : SKIPLANE
33
60's activist : YIPPIE
35
Winter warmer : LONGJOHNS
37
City on the Puyallup River : TACOMA
40
Julian the___ : APOSTATE
44
Buff : RUB
45
32 laps in many pools : ONEMILE
47
Country in N.A. : MEX
48
Constellation animal : URSA
50
Coeur d'___, Idaho : ALENE
51
Bust maker : NARC
52
Best Actor of 1981 : FONDA
54
"...far___can see" : ASI
55
Compatriot of Golda : MOSHE
56
Made space for : FREEDUP
58
Expands : OPENSUP
60
Like the West of yore : LAWLESS
61
Just developing : NASCENT
62
Heart : ESSENCE
63
Ball bearings, e.g. : SPHERES
Down
1
Some equatorial denizens : SOMALIS
2
For fun : ONALARK
3
Easter Island statues, e.g. : COLOSSI
4
Big cheese processor : KRAFT
5
Rewrite : EDIT
6
"You bet!" : YES
7
Building : ERECTING
8
Be fidgety : SQUIRM
9
Barbarian : HUN
10
90 degrees : EAST
11
Dizzy : ASPIN
12
1993 Hutton/Boyle thriller : THETEMP
13
Husband of Catherine de Medici : HENRIII
14
Actress Parsons of "Bonnie and Clyde" : ESTELLE
21
Order to a chauffeur : HOMEJAMES
24
Woodstock group, 1969 : SHANANA
25
Area at each end of a basketball court : KEYHOLE
28
Replay technique : SLOMO
29
Step before spin-dry : RINSE
32
Military-political grp. since 1964 : PLO
34
"Hey, there!" : PST
36
Court papers : OPINIONS
37
Chocolate treat : TRUFFLE
38
Outdoor light shows : AURORAS
39
Rather beat? : CBSNEWS
41
Acquisitive one : AMASSER
42
"Lad, a Dog" author : TERHUNE
43
Leaves out : EXCEPTS
46
Run out : ELAPSE
49
H, e.g., in the literary world : ADELE
51
Kind of word : NONCE
53
Major fueling station for the Suez Canal : ADEN
55
Strainer : MESH
57
L.A. campus : USC
59
Twaddle : PAP

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 5 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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