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New York Times, Saturday, June 3, 2006

Rules for allowing members of the opposite sex into dorms

Author:
Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Brendan Emmett Quigley

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 66, Blocks: 31 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 112 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2006, The New York Times6/3/06 ( No. 20,661 )
Across
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Enclose : SEALIN
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Plans out in detail : SCRIPTS
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Unlikely beachgoers : ALBINOS
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Tyrant : PHARAOH
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Still, maybe : PICTURE
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Goddess depicted holding a flute : EUTERPE
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Trisected : INTHREE
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Real estate ad abbr. : RMS
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"There ___ time …" : ISA
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"A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius" author : DAVEEGGERS
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Heated competition? : MEET
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Be sure of, with "on" : RELY
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Bring in : FETCH
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Foaming at the mouth : BERSERK
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Arrow poison : CURARE
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Heads : TOILETS
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Blandished : CAJOLED
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Celsius who devised the Celsius scale : ANDERS
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Most Marxian? : ZANIEST
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Bel ___ : PAESE
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Plane-jumping G.I. : PARA
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Auto loan nos. : APRS
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Rant and rave : MAKEASCENE
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Needing a lift : SAD
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Windjammer : GOB
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Al-Anon member, maybe : ENABLER
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Security personnel? : BROKERS
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Heralds : RINGSIN
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If everything fails : ATWORST
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Not moving : STABILE
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Picks again : RENAMES
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Holders of conferences? : EASELS
Down
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Tasty : SAPID
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Actress Löwensohn of "Nadja," 1994 : ELINA
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"Alias" airer : ABCTV
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Ballerina-like : LITHE
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Naturalize : INURE
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"I wouldn't have it any other way" : NOREGRETS
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Gyroscope inventor : SPERRY
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Associates closely : CHUMS
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Refuse visitors : RATS
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Burn up : IRE
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Rules for allowing members of the opposite sex into dorms : PARIETALS
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Known to next to none : TOPSECRET
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Like some swords : SHEATHED
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"Turn! Turn! Turn!" songwriter and others : SEEGERS
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Army of Hope member : ELK
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Ancient capital on the Nile : MEROE
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Film maker : FUJI
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Historical Corsican family name : BONAPARTE
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Soft support : EIDERDOWN
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Like English pronunciation in most of England : RLESS
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Sun-burned : SERE
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Language of ancient Syria : CANAANITE
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Place to get paella : TAPASBAR
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They can be carved out : CAREERS
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Ringo's oldest son : ZAK
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Some cold ones : PABSTS
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Kind of alphabet : MORSE
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Arabian capital : SANAA
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Legendary N.Y.C. club that launched punk rock : CBGBS
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Woman from Chelsea, in the song "Cabaret" : ELSIE
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Sam of "Wimbledon," 2004 : NEILL
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Flying fish eaters : ERNES
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Spark : GERM
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R.V. refuge org. : KOA

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

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