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New York Times, Wednesday, July 31, 1996

Wyoming town named for a frontiersman

Author:
J. Schmalzbach
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Jonathan Schmalzbach

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQV} This is puzzle # 20 for Mr. Schmalzbach. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1996, The New York Times7/31/96 ( No. 17,067 )
Across
1
Union flouters : SCABS
6
It's mined in South Australia : OPAL
10
Legendary Memphis recording company : STAX
14
City near Leipzig : HALLE
15
Gossiper Barrett : RONA
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Wyoming town named for a frontiersman : CODY
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"___With a View" : AROOM
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Scored 100 on : ACED
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Bailiff's cry : OYEZ
20
Pickup line : DONTIKNOWYOU
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Famous twin : ENG
24
Slacker at the track : NAG
25
Name on old Asian maps : BURMA
28
Pickup line : WHATSYOURSIGN
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___Tuck : FRIAR
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Association: Abbr. : ORG
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Vast amount : SEA
37
"___people go" : LETMY
38
Babe in the woods : CUB
39
Sorry ones : RUERS
41
Somewhat: Suffix : ISH
42
Impediment : BAR
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This may have fallout : ATEST
44
Pickup line : COMEHEREOFTEN
49
Coup___ : DETAT
50
Welcome item : MAT
51
Govt. pension agcy. : SSA
54
Blanket pickup line rejection : HITTHEBRICKS
58
Jai___ : ALAI
61
Spoken : ORAL
62
Take___(plop down) : ASEAT
63
Bath powder : TALC
64
Incense : RILE
65
Bridge, in Bologna : PONTE
66
Rams' mates : EWES
67
Predicament : SPOT
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Show of derision : SNEER
Down
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Ghost : SHADE
2
"Gigi" star : CARON
3
Song from "Call Me Mister," 1946 : ALONGWITHME
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Ink smudge : BLOT
5
Religious school : SEMINARY
6
Jungle swingers : ORANGS
7
Somewhat, in music : POCO
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Freshly : ANEW
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It's spotted in a garden : LADYBUG
10
Turns inside out, so to speak : SCOURS
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Mattel item : TOY
12
"Fables in Slang" author : ADE
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___Affair : XYZ
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"Krazy" one : KAT
22
1983 hit "___House" : OUR
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Play staging : MISEENSCENE
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Maturation catalysts : AGERS
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Ingredient in a Western 47-Down : HAM
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The Beatles' "Baby___a Rich Man" : YOURE
31
Spinner in space : ORB
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Harper's Weekly cartoonist : NAST
33
Cannes cop : FLIC
34
Fix the lawn : RESOD
38
Train unit : CAR
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Hovels : RATTRAPS
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Western Indian : UTE
42
Race track supporters : BETTORS
45
Legal subject : ETHICS
46
"Bali___" : HAI
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See 29-Down : OMELET
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Marvy : FAB
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Roll right along : SKATE
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China___ : ASTER
55
Misstep : TRIP
56
Angelic headgear : HALO
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"The race___!" : ISON
58
Broke bread : ATE
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Fortas's forte : LAW
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Half pints, maybe : ALE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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