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New York Times, Tuesday, June 25, 2002

Beverage that soothes a sore throat

Author:
Kelly Clark
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXY} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 11 for Ms. Clark. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2002, The New York Times6/25/02 ( No. 19,222 )
Across
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Lines on a musical staff : EGBDF
6
Froth : FOAM
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Man trapper : VAMP
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Maui veranda : LANAI
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First name in scat : ELLA
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Needle holder : ETUI
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Muscle : BRAWN
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Tibetan monk : LAMA
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Launch agcy. : NASA
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Columnist for the lovelorn : ABIGAILVANBUREN
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Part of U.C.L.A. : LOS
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Square-dancing call : DOSIDO
25
Maximally : ATMOST
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Strike callers : UMPS
31
Shot out of a sand trap : CHIP
32
Columnist for the lovelorn : ANNLANDERS
38
Citadel student : CADET
40
Texas tea : OIL
41
Pago Pago's place : SAMOA
42
20-Across, to 32-Across : TWINSISTER
45
Rumor generator? : MILL
46
"Trick" joint, maybe : KNEE
47
Brunch dish : OMELET
49
Beverage that soothes a sore throat : HOTTEA
53
"Be Prepared" org. : BSA
54
Entreaty to 20- or 32-Across : INEEDSOMEADVICE
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Popeye's tooter : PIPE
62
High time? : NOON
63
Autumn drink : CIDER
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Ode or haiku : POEM
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Shirt brand : IZOD
66
Go ___ with : ALONG
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Addition column : ONES
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Addition column : TENS
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Trappers' wares : PELTS
Down
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Napoleon was banished to it : ELBA
2
Dress : GARB
3
___ B'rith : BNAI
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Deputy ___ (cartoon canine) : DAWG
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Important exams : FINALS
6
Chops down : FELLS
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Norwegian saint : OLAV
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___ mater : ALMA
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The Kettles : MAANDPA
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Morning Star : VENUS
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Video game pioneer : ATARI
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Pondered : MUSED
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Softly, on scores : PIANO
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Teeny bit : IOTA
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Petty officers : BOSNS
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Depositor's holding: Abbr. : ACCT
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Spring occurrence : THAW
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Longish skirt : MIDI
28
Dentist's direction : OPEN
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Bring together : UNITE
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Fr. miss : MLLE
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Beak : NOSE
34
Title for Agatha Christie : DAME
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Actor Jannings : EMIL
36
Something to play : ROLE
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Put (away) : SALT
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Expressed disapproval : TSKED
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Irritated : INASNIT
44
Parks on a bus : ROSA
48
Like the Marx Brothers : MADCAP
49
Hulking herbivore : HIPPO
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Burger topper : ONION
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Portable dwelling : TEPEE
52
Abounds : TEEMS
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Gives a bit : BENDS
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Seep : OOZE
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It may be new or blue : MOON
57
Awful-tasting : VILE
58
Britney Spears, to teen girls : IDOL
59
Euro part : CENT
60
Work units : ERGS

Answer summary: 3 debuted here and reused later.

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