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New York Times, Friday, May 31, 1996

Count___Kansas City Seven (old jazz group)

Author:
J. S. Marrone
Editor:
Will Shortz
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John Scott Marrone

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 31 Missing: {JQVWXZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Marrone.
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© 1996, The New York Times5/31/96 ( No. 17,006 )
Across
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Edward Teach, familiarly : BLACKBEARD
11
Watch chain : FOB
14
Art of bullfighting : TAUROMACHY
15
Father : SIRE
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Article of "Ben-Hur" attire : UNDERTUNIC
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Abbr. part, often : INIT
18
Mushroom stems : STIPES
19
Forces : ENERGIES
21
Boy starter : ATTA
22
Latin 101 word : AMO
23
___case : INANY
24
Pizzeria___ (restaurant chain) : UNO
25
Hosp. piture : MRI
26
Views : SLANTS
27
Gulf Coast city : SARASOTA
30
___gone : ALL
31
Refuges : ASYLUMS
32
Ponder awhile : SLEEPON
36
Robert Morse Tony-winning role : TRU
37
Stands : ROSTRUMS
38
Count___Kansas City Seven (old jazz group) : BASIES
41
Spanish queen until 1931 : ENA
42
Kind of room : REC
43
___lunch : OUTTO
44
Shadow, with "on" : SPY
45
Spanker, e.g. : SAIL
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Ribbons and ruffles : FROUFROU
49
Kitchen gadget : SIFTER
51
Provisions : FOOD
52
Say tongue twisters, maybe : ALLITERATE
54
Heraldic band : ORLE
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Unite with : FASTENONTO
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Eur. airline : SAS
57
Sins : TRESPASSES
Down
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A.C. capacity : BTUS
2
Tropical shrubs : LANTANAS
3
Acoustic : AUDITORY
4
Stole : CREPT
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50's service site : KOREA
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Some N.Y.C. trains : BMTS
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___minerale : EAU
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Leg muscle atrophy : ACNEMIA
9
Zoo creature : RHINO
10
Scottish painter William : DYCE
11
1968 Fred Astaire film title role : FINIAN
12
East : ORIENT
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"___Wedding" (1990 film) : BETSYS
15
Cohort for Paul Revere : SIGNALER
20
Small brook : RILLET
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They may be fine : ARTS
24
Olympic jacket letters : USA
25
"La Boheme" cafe : MOMUS
26
Energetic dance : SALSA
28
Something to gain from flying? : ALTITUDE
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Certain about : SUREOF
32
Fisher rival : SONY
33
Roundheads : PURITANS
34
Breakfast at a brasserie : OMELETTE
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Hush-hush grp. : NSC
37
Fend off : REPULSE
38
Theatrical hits : BOFFOS
39
Rosy-fingered goddess : AURORA
40
Counter parts? : STOOLS
44
Kind of battery : SOLAR
45
Historic rival of Florence : SIENA
46
"Hair" hair : AFROS
48
Toast to the chef : RAFT
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Dance bit : STEP
50
Classic cars : REOS
53
"___only money" : ITS

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 5 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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