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New York Times, Friday, June 16, 2006

Georgia Tech's Sam ___ School of International Affairs

Author:
Alan Olschwang
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {K} Spans: 6, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Olschwang. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2006, The New York Times6/16/06 ( No. 20,674 )
Across
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Sec : JIFFY
6
What a germ may become : IDEA
10
Heads, slangily : NOBS
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Former company with a torch in its logo : AMOCO
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Georgia Tech's Sam ___ School of International Affairs : NUNN
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Uplift : BUOY
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Phileas Fogg, for one : CIRCUMNAVIGATOR
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London's place: Abbr. : ONT
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Local supporter? : RAIL
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___ whale : SPERM
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Telly giant, with "the" : BEEB
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Office stamp : RECD
27
Luyendyk of racing : ARIE
28
Sounds of understanding : OHS
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Topic at a family planning center : IUD
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Hurdle for some srs. : GRE
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A bit off, sadly : CLOSEBUTNOCIGAR
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Company buyer of materials : PURCHASINGAGENT
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In a precarious position : ONTHERAZORSEDGE
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Place at which to board: Abbr. : SCH
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Teutonic pronoun : SIE
44
___ grass : OAT
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Brick holders : HODS
48
Nucleotide chains : RNAS
50
Here, in Honduras : AQUI
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Very pleasant places : EDENS
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Egyptian port : SUEZ
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Abbr. on a pill bottle : USP
59
Piano classic in C sharp minor : MOONLIGHTSONATA
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"Suicide Blonde" band, 1990 : INXS
63
Hair removal option : NAIR
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Havens : OASES
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"___ sow ..." : ASYE
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Notice : ESPY
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Special delivery? : TWINS
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One of the brothers Grimm : JACOB
2
Ammonia derivative : IMINE
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Talent : FORTE
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TV watcher? : FCC
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"___ turn" : YOUR
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Feature of many a stomach : INNIE
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Emigration aspiration : DUALCITIZENSHIP
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Posting need: Abbr. : ENV
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Córdoba cordial flavoring : ANIS
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Hornet, e.g. : NBAER
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Equipped so as to prevent capsizing : OUTRIGGED
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Backfire : BOOMERANG
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Desert land: Abbr. : SYR
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Treats since 1936 : MARSBARS
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Student's concern, for short : GPA
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"The Temptation of St. Anthony" painter : BOSCH
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"No clue" : DUNNO
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Schemer's syllables : HEHE
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Pink-flowered plants often used as grafting stock : DOGROSES
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Designer for Lillian Gish : ERTE
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Some ship personnel, briefly : CPOS
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Society affairs : LUNCHEONS
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What most people believe : ORTHODOXY
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Former name in flight : USAIR
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Latin quarters? : CASA
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Bon Jovi's "___ Rush" : IGETA
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Concentrated : DENSE
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Springboard for new comics, briefly : SNL
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"Tumbling Tumbleweeds" singer : AUTRY
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Virtual : QUASI
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Rte. that crosses Lake Michigan by ferry : USTEN
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"Not me" : IPASS
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___ wave : SINE
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Kind of suit : ZOOT
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War stat. : MIA
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Hoot and a half : GAS
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Dogpatch demurral : NAW

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 5 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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