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New York Times, Wednesday, June 14, 1995

Author:
Richard Hughes
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Richard Hughes

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQVXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Hughes. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1995, The New York TimesNo. 0614 ( 16,654 )

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Across
1
First name in talk radio : RUSH
5
Garbed : CLAD
9
Angry with : MADAT
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Story starter : ONCE
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Kibitzer's bit : HINT
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Practice piece : ETUDE
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Old Glory : STARSANDSTRIPES
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One grieving : SORROWER
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Soften : RELENT
22
"Cloudy and warm," e.g. : FORECAST
24
High boot : BUSKIN
28
Sticking point? : RUT
29
Roman goddess of abundance : OPS
32
Dimethyl sulfate, e.g. : ESTER
33
Mom's mom : GRAM
35
Taj Mahal site : AGRA
36
Old Glory : THEAMERICANFLAG
39
Stitched : SEWN
40
Defraud : ROOK
41
Mountain crest : ARETE
42
There are 100 in a cen. : YRS
43
_____-Cat : SNO
44
Mushroom features : SPORES
45
Got a big head : FOAMEDUP
48
Like some lawns : UNMOWN
51
Vitamins' partners : MINERALS
56
Old Glory : REDWHITEANDBLUE
58
Nabisco's _____ Wafers : NILLA
59
"Rule, Britannia" composer : ARNE
60
Indolent : IDLE
61
Preferred group : ALIST
62
Colored : DYED
63
Polio vaccine discoverer : SALK
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1
See 24 Down : ROSS
2
"Do _____ others..." : UNTO
3
Dueling memento : SCAR
4
Mister, in Munich : HERR
5
Eat none too daintily : CHAWON
6
Queen Elizabeth, e.g. : LINER
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Wrestling's "Giant" : ANDRE
8
The shakes : DTS
9
Least : MEREST
10
Slanted : ATILT
11
Trick : DUPE
12
Gulf near Yemen : ADEN
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_____ match (cricket event) : TEST
18
Like Lucky Strike, per old ads : SOFIRM
19
Accident aftermath : TRAUMA
23
Whip sound : CRACK
24
With 1 Down, Old Glory V.I.P. : BETSY
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Wedding party member : USHER
26
Frets : STEWS
27
Union, N.J. college : KEAN
29
Wolf, in a way : OGLER
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Jabber : PRATE
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Savants : SAGES
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Get ready : GROOM
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_____ de la Plata : RIO
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60's hair style : AFRO
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Verdi opera : ERNANI
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Caught some Z's : NAPPED
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"Who cares!" : SOWHAT
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Caught some rays : SUNNED
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Chickens and turkeys : FOWLS
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Abrasive powder : EMERY
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Sam's love on "Cheers" : DIANE
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Jug in old Rome : URNA
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Astronaut Armstrong : NEIL
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16th-century date : MDLI
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Willie Mays stats : RBIS
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"California Suite" star : ALDA
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Soothe : LULL
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Look for : SEEK
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Just a bit : TAD

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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