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New York Times, Tuesday, June 1, 2004

Park and Lexington, e.g., in N.Y.C.

Author:
Fred Piscop
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Fred Piscop

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {GJQXZ} This is puzzle # 130 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2004, The New York Times6/1/04 ( No. 19,929 )

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Across
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Verboten: Var. : TABU
5
Boats' backbones : KEELS
10
"The Nazarene" writer Sholem : ASCH
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Park and Lexington, e.g., in N.Y.C. : AVES
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Decorated Murphy : AUDIE
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Starlet's goal : ROLE
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Ceremony for inventors : PATENTRITE
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In alignment : TRUE
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Off the track : ASTRAY
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Rankled : FESTERED
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Lager holder : STEIN
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Burlesque star Lili St. ___ : CYR
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One of Alcott's "Little Women" : AMY
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Jean Arp's art : DADA
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Stair part : RISER
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Greeting for a villain : HISS
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Holy Iraqi : IMAM
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In reserve : ASIDE
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Bat material : ASH
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Is headed for a fall : TEETERS
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Baseball rarity : TIE
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Ill will : SPITE
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Lantern-jawed celeb : LENO
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Hide's partner : SEEK
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High-strung : HYPER
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Shiites or Amish : SECT
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Easy card game : WAR
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Place to relax : SPA
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Sophisticates they're not : HICKS
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Soak through : PERMEATE
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Coin flipper's phrase : CALLIT
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"How sweet ___!" : ITIS
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Low-cal beer in reserve? : BACKUPLITE
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Ides of March rebuke : ETTU
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Actor Delon : ALAIN
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In perpetuity : EVER
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Leak slowly : SEEP
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Jack who was famously frugal : BENNY
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Laura of "I Am Sam" : DERN
Down
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Spanish appetizers : TAPAS
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Sailor's "Stop!" : AVAST
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Midler of stage and screen : BETTE
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Cyber-handles : USERIDS
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Name in a stuttered 1918 song title : KATY
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Where Lux. is : EUR
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Uplift spiritually : EDIFY
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Pepsi bottle amount : LITER
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Meets, as a bet : SEES
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Sister of Apollo : ARTEMIS
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Bad place to build? : SORRYSITE
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Whodunit board game : CLUE
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Pay mind to : HEED
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"Peter Pan" dog : NANA
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Gogol's "___ Bulba" : TARAS
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Caravan beast : CAMEL
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Conk out : DIE
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Falco of "The Sopranos" : EDIE
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Need a bath badly : REEK
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Dish that's "slung" : HASH
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Culp/Cosby TV series : ISPY
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Word processor for sailors? : SHIPWRITE
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Munched on : ATE
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Brainy group : MENSA
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___ Haute, Ind. : TERRE
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Sturgeon delicacy : ROE
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Joins forces (with) : TEAMSUP
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Silenced : STILLED
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Crack from the cold : CHAP
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Played out : STALE
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Praline nut : PECAN
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Critic Barnes : CLIVE
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Check falsifier : KITER
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Howard of morning radio : STERN
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They're cut into wedges : PIES
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Sermon ending? : ETTE
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Simple rhyme scheme : ABAB
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Big Apple college inits. : CUNY
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They're related : KIN

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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