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New York Times, Monday, June 20, 1994

16-Across's "The Last Time I ___ Paris"

Author:
Bette Sue Cohen
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Bette Sue Cohen

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 42 Missing: {Q} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 43 for Ms. Cohen. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1994, The New York Times6/20/94 ( No. 16,295 )

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Across
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Bend : FLEX
5
Exchange : SWAP
9
Polite form of address : MAAM
13
Actor Calhoun : RORY
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Make ___ for (argue in support of) : ACASE
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Ray of Hollywood : ALDO
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This puzzle's mystery subject : ELIZABETHTAYLOR
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"The Joy Luck Club" author : TAN
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Fuzzy : LINTY
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Rule : REIGN
22
Yield : CEDE
23
Dubbed one : SIR
24
1951 movie with 16-Across : APLACEINTHESUN
31
Stumble : TRIP
32
River to the Caspian : URAL
33
Veterans Day mo. : NOV
35
Daly of "Gypsy" : TYNE
36
Competition for Geraldo : OPRAH
38
Trig function : SINE
39
Wynken, BIynken and ___ : NOD
40
They're sometimes wild : ACES
41
Earth mover : HOER
42
1957 movie with 16-Across : RAINTREECOUNTY
47
Thumbnail sketch : BIO
48
16-Across's "Cat on ___Tin Roof" : AHOT
49
Etagere piece : OBJET
52
County north of San Francisco : MARIN
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Neighbor of Ind. : ILL
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1946 movie with 16-Across : COURAGEOFLASSIE
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"___ known then what..." : HADI
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Cancel : ANNUL
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"A" code word : ALFA
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Greek portico : STOA
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Use epees : DUEL
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Half a fortnight : WEEK
Down
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Stew : FRET
2
"Damn Yankees" seductress : LOLA
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Green land : ERIN
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___ Affair : XYZ
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Play's start : SCENEI
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He coined the term "horsepower" : WATT
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Pallid : ASHY
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Caress : PET
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M-G-M's. Louis B. and others : MAYERS
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"___ know is what..." : ALLI
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Sick as ___ : ADOG
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Dawn : MORN
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Put up with : ABIDE
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Novelist Waugh : ALEC
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Disney mermaid : ARIEL
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Horn, for one : CAPE
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Iranian chief, once : SHAH
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Letter abbr. : ATTN
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Richard of "Bustin' Loose" : PRYOR
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Newswoman Ellerbee : LINDA
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Tend to : NURSE
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Refrain syllable : TRA
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Confederacy's opponent : UNION
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Three trios : NONET
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Exceedingly : VERY
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Eight: Prefix : OCTO
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Through : PER
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Latched : SHUT
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Law professor Hill : ANITA
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Airline to Spain : IBERIA
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Outpouring of gossip : EARFUL
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Bit of fall weather : CHILL
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Miss O'Neill : OONA
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Publisher Adolph : OCHS
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Sloop : BOAT
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Defense means : JUDO
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Diner's guide : MENU
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First-class : AONE
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Man or Ely, e.g : ISLE
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16-Across's "___ With Father" : LIFE
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Plumber's concern : LEAK
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Travel (about) : GAD
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16-Across's "The Last Time I ___ Paris" : SAW

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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