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New York Times, Thursday, May 31, 2007

Author:
William F. Stephens
Editor:
Will Shortz
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William F. Stephens

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Stephens. NYT links: Across Lite
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Across
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Pines : ACHES
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Biblical stargazers : MAGI
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Acad. : INST
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A-one : PRIMO
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Neuron part : AXON
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Lifeline, maybe : ROPE
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It comes in a shot : SERUM
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C ___ : CLEF
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Burke of TV's "Burke's Law" : AMOS
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Milk source : EWE
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From the beginning again : ENOERAUQSOT
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Be the first to use : COIN
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1960s greetings : VSIGNS
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Like papaw leaves : OBLONG
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Classic walkways : STOAS
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Revived : DAEDEHTMORF
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"That's so good!" : AAH
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Low joint : DIVE
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"___ Wiedersehen!" : AUF
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Nobel-winning bishop : TUTU
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Designing : SLY
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1985 Michael J. Fox film : ERUTUFEHTOT
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Worries for a cardiologist : CLOTS
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Truths : AXIOMS
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Street in the Winter Olympics : PICABO
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Dines : SUPS
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Controlling things once more : ELDDASEHTNI
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Swarm : MOB
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Set of classes all students must take : CORE
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Peach or apple : TREE
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Greeting that may precede "Pehea 'oe?" : ALOHA
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Muscle problem : KNOT
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U2's home : EIRE
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Refresher : TONIC
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Some mil. defenses : SAMS
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Pet : DEAR
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Some modern reading : EBOOK
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Place for a fresco, maybe : APSE
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All hands : CREW
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Engagement : HIRE
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Avian leather source : EMU
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It doesn't matter who : SOMEONE
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The Heart of Georgia : MACON
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Part of a gyroscope : AXLE
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Suffix with movie : GOER
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For : INFAVOR
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Some Kurds : IRAQIS
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Chinese menu notation : NOMSG
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Snuggle in bed, say : SPOON
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Proves : TESTS
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Near : NIGH
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Thunderbirds' org. : USAF
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Programmer's work : CODE
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Chances : ODDS
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Leave completely, in slang : BAIL
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Charge : LEVY
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Plant diseases : SMUTS
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Blocks in a healthful diet? : TOFU
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Like guitar strings : TAUT
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Camera setting : AUTO
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Basic building block : ATOM
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Preceders of snaps : HUTS
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1975 Natalie Cole hit "___ Will Be" : THIS
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Napoleon's home before his Hundred Days campaign : ELBA
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Settled down for the night : ROOSTED
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Subject of a Debussy prelude : FAUN
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Atone : EXPIATE
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West Pointers : CADETS
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Kisses from grandma, say : PECKS
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Massey of "Love Happy" : ILONA
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File holder : CDROM
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Turn this way or that : STEER
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I-90 runs along it : ERIE
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Jealous queen of myth : HERA
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Like early Elvis Presley albums, e.g. : MONO
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I-90 runs through it : OHIO
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Missing word in 21-, 31-, 40- and 50-Across, applied literally : BACK
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Send overhead : LOB

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle.

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