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New York Times, Saturday, June 3, 1995

Author:
Bob Klahn
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Bob Klahn

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 66, Blocks: 36 Missing: {KQXYZ} This is puzzle # 12 for Mr. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1995, The New York TimesNo. 0603 ( 16,643 )
Across
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Arrogant expression of opinion : DOGMA
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It’s a long story : NOVELLA
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Bring to a boil : ENRAGE
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Lady’s maid : ABIGAIL
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Breakwater : SEAWALL
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C.E.O.’s : TOPGUNS
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An end to sex? : ISM
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Sponges : LEECHES
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“America’s longest-lasting car” : REO
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Party animal? : STAG
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World book : ATLAS
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Cairn : HEAP
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Humped, in Hornsey : TOTED
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Last word of Kipling’s “If” : SON
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Promenades : MALLS
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Picnic favorite : POTATOSALAD
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Valentino was one : MATINEEIDOL
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50’s-60’s TV mom : JUNECLEAVER
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Intimate : BOSOM
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Coping device : SAW
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Staff notes : MEMOS
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League member : ARAB
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Drops a line : DELES
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Disport : ROMP
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Jaye’s “The Crying Game” role : DIL
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Dresses to kill : DOLLSUP
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Jazz grp. : NBA
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Take away by truck : HAULOFF
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Dan Patch, for a famous example : TROTTER
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Math figure : ANTILOG
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Mae West wearers : FLIERS
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Eminent composer : MAESTRO
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Mount : STAGE
Down
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Forbear : DESIST
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Like some shopping : ONESTOP
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Chemist’s unit : GRAMATOM
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Crop : MAW
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1946 song “_____ in Calico” : AGAL
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“The Day of the Locust” author : NATHANAELWEST
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Modern shawms : OBOES
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High muck-a-mucks : VIPS
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It runs when broken : EGG
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“Way Out West” costar : LAUREL
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Hereditary : LINEAL
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“We Accuse” coauthors : ALSOPS
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Where Zeno and Parmenides taught : ELEA
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Deteriorates : LETSONESELFGO
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Strike on the outside corner, e.g. : CLOSECALL
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Silhouettes’ 1958 chart-topper : GETAJOB
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Entertained at home : HADOVER
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Small quantity of dope? : DATUM
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Dear _____ (letter start) : MADAM
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Soldier’s leader : TIN
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First U.N. Secretary General : LIE
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Popular throat soother : LEMONTEA
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“Stouthearted Men” composer : ROMBERG
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“Saturday Night Fever” director John : BADHAM
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Epithet for Elizabeth I : ORIANA
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General courtesy? : SALUTE
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Exiguous : SPARSE
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Serve : DOFOR
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Sound swell? : SURF
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Yo-yo : DOLT
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Hustings figures : POLS
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Lille lily : LIS
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Kind of mouse : TIT

Answer summary: 6 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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