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New York Times, Saturday, August 4, 2007

Saint-___-du-Mont, church containing the remains of the patron saint of Paris

Author:
Byron Walden
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Byron Walden

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 68, Blocks: 28 Missing: {JQVWX} Spans: 6, (2 triple stacks) This is puzzle # 45 for Mr. Walden.
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© 2007, The New York Times8/4/07 ( No. 21,088 )
Across
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Dante characters? : ITALIANALPHABET
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The "she" in the lyric "And when she passes, I smile" : GIRLFROMIPANEMA
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Relinquish : DEMIT
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Central square, maybe : TAC
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50 Cent cover : DORAG
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First word of "Shrek" : ONCE
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Its capital is Porto-Novo : BENIN
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"Lo, here ___, / Never to rise again": "Hamlet" : ILIE
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___ Digital Shorts (late-night comic bits) : SNL
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One way to work : BUS
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Drawing of the heart? : TUG
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See 58-Down : END
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Discoverer of the law of quadratic reciprocity : EULER
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Disparage : DECRY
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Sideshow staple : BEARDEDLADY
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Strong aversion : ODIUM
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With 55-Across, MgSO4.7H2O : EPSOM
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Afternoon ora : UNA
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Stop: Abbr. : STN
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Amber, for example : HUE
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Capital of New Zealand: Abbr. : DOL
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Food eaten with gravy : SOPS
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Mallow family members : OKRAS
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"Vogliatemi ___" (aria from "Madama Butterfly") : BENE
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The Green Hornet's real first name : BRITT
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Some stipend recipients, for short : TAS
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See 38-Across : SALTS
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Interdisciplinary college major : AMERICANSTUDIES
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Patch alternative : NICOTINELOZENGE
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Down
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Galas : BIGDOS
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Saint-___-du-Mont, church containing the remains of the patron saint of Paris : ETIENNE
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Place for some prospects : FARMCLUB
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Hardy one? : OLLIE
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Break : RIFT
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Place for a stirrup : EAR
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They may take a few yrs. to mature : TNOTES
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Villain in the book of Esther : HAMAN
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Brought out : ELICITED
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NE for SW, e.g. : OPP
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Jazz trumpeter/composer Jones : THAD
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"Trip to ___" (1968 Susan Sontag book) : HANOI
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"Over the Rainbow" vocalist Ray : EBERLE
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Be extant : REMAIN
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Like some disappearances : STAGED
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Chihuahua fare : BURRITO
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Chromosome home : NUCLEUS
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Wampum : BEADS
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Gatorade choice : GRAPE
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Olympics theme composer Arnaud : LEO
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Person on the left?: Abbr. : DEM
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Bolt measures: Abbr. : YDS
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Charity carnival feature : DUNKTANK
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Higher calling? : YODELING
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Former Mercury model : MONTEGO
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L.A.'s ___ Tower, tallest building in the West : USBANK
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Nickname on "Cheers" : NORMIE
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Not together : APIECE
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Headache : HASSLE
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Bring down : LESSEN
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Leather band : STROP
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Eastern royal : RANEE
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___-Württemberg (Stuttgart's state) : BADEN
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Co-founder of the Non-Aligned Movement, 1961 : TITO
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1970s rocker Quatro : SUZI
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N.L. Central team, on scoreboards : CIN
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With 29-Across, highest-quality : TOP

Answer summary: 9 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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