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New York Times, Thursday, June 5, 1997

Author:
David J. Kahn
Editor:
Will Shortz
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David J. Kahn

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 42 Missing: {JQVWXZ} Spans: 6 This is puzzle # 30 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1997, The New York TimesNo. 0605 ( 17,376 )
Across
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Bedim : BLEAR
6
Rude one : BOOR
10
With 58-Down, a religious monogram : CHI
13
Contradict : BELIE
14
"Same here!" : METOO
15
Hatcher : HEN
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Graduation day V.I.P.'s : COLLEGESCHOLARS
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Newborn : NASCENT
20
Flunky : AIDE
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Nimbus : HALO
22
Short-legged hunter : BASSET
24
Graduation day award : DOCTOROFLETTERS
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Biblical twin : ESAU
30
1953 Leslie Caron role : LILI
31
Graduation day word : CONGRATULATIONS
39
Dickerson of the N.F.L. : ERIC
40
Captain, e.g. : RANK
41
Prize for 16-Across : PHIBETAKAPPAKEY
48
Vaporize : AERIFY
49
The Supremes, e.g. : TRIO
50
Bring (out) : TROT
51
Tree whose product is used in making soap : OILPALM
55
24-Across and others : HONORARYDEGREES
60
"A Chorus Line" standard : ONE
61
"...woman who lived in ___" : ASHOE
62
Extremist : ULTRA
63
Old geographical inits. : SSR
64
100 sawbucks : THOU
65
Pried : NOSED
Down
1
Overseas network : BBC
2
City NW of Madrid : LEON
3
Suffix with salmon : ELLA
4
Troubles : AILS
5
Come back again : REECHO
6
Words after 31-Across : BESTOFLUCKTOYOU
7
Financial page heading: Abbr. : OTC
8
Sound at the circus : OOH
9
Aussie hopper : ROO
10
Suntanner's seat : CHAISE
11
Ranch worker : HERDER
12
Some blowups : INSETS
14
___ Park, N.J. : MENLO
17
Tackle : GEAR
18
Cellar dweller's place : LAST
22
Composer Bartok : BELA
23
Very busy : ATIT
24
Holiday mo. : DEC
25
Spanish bruin : OSO
26
Fire : CAN
27
Action on the shirt sleeves : TUG
28
"___ Liza Jane" (old glee club favorite) : LIL
32
Nautical danger : REEF
33
Dilettantish : ARTY
34
Acapulco aunt : TIA
35
Subj. of a rollover : IRA
36
___-leaf cluster : OAK
37
Compass heading : NNE
38
Jupiter's domain : SKY
41
Emotion of pity : PATHOS
42
Long-necked waders : HERONS
43
Housekeeper, sometimes : IRONER
44
___-Honey (candy bar) : BITO
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Take for ___ : ARIDE
46
Fortune : PILE
47
Cork shooter : POPGUN
52
"Alice's Restaurant" name : ARLO
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"Why don't we?" : LETS
54
Nothing more than : MERE
56
Betray, with "on" : RAT
57
Object of E.P.A. monitoring : ASH
58
See 10-Across : RHO
59
Blue : SAD

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

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