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NY Times, Sun, May 15, 2011 CRYPTIC CROSSWORD

Author:
Don Manley
Editor:
Will Shortz
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 32, Blocks: 71, Across Lite
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P
R
2
E
S
3
E
N
4
T
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A
6
L
A
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S
K
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A
A
S
L
A
9
G
O
A
L
10
T
A
P
D
A
N
C
E
R
11
N
O
B
E
L
E
E
N
I
A
D
L
E
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N
E
R
D
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S
T
A
T
I
O
N
E
R
Y
T
A
U
I
N
S
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S
N
A
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C
K
S
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S
W
E
D
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E
N
T
A
R
L
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M
O
N
R
O
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E
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T
I
S
S
U
E
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P
T
X
H
C
22
C
23
A
D
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M
I
R
A
T
I
O
N
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W
I
N
O
L
A
I
E
U
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S
D
G
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A
C
R
I
D
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N
I
G
H
T
M
A
R
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C
K
G
D
H
A
T
N
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E
A
S
T
E
R
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T
O
R
M
E
N
T
© 2011, The New York Times

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Students & seniors
Across
1
Show that makes you tense (7) : PRESENT
5
State unfortunately having a king overthrown (6) : ALASKA
10
A CD parent played -- for someone moving to the music? (3,6) : TAPDANCER
11
Inventor high-minded, but becoming a bit twisted at the end (5) : NOBEL
12
Studious sort encountered in dinner dance (4) : NERD
13
Office materials not being transported, we hear (10) : STATIONERY
14
Light meals men finally packed into bags (6) : SNACKS
16
Country garden with some weeds initially at the front (6) : SWEDEN
18
President is liberal no more (6) : MONROE
20
It's little Susan in the paper (6) : TISSUE
23
Exceptionally adroit man, I may get acclaim (10) : ADMIRATION
25
Alcoholic's round after victory (4) : WINO
27
A cold journey for the most part? It's bitter! (5) : ACRID
28
Terrible ordeal? Give them a grin somehow (9) : NIGHTMARE
29
Truncated oriental festival (6) : EASTER
30
Anguish created by guys in the wrong (7) : TORMENT
Down
1
Obvious document for an inventor to get (6) : PATENT
2
One prates oddly in a language few can understand (9) : ESPERANTO
3
Dash made by antelope deprived of tail (4) : ELAN
4
Old historian understood America (7) : TACITUS
6
Unsociable types, including academic city-dwellers in the U.K. (9) : LONDONERS
7
Fur bought primarily in special-offer event (5) : SABLE
8
Narrow passages in ships? No good! (6) : ALLEYS
9
Deserter caught by American troops gets free (6) : GRATIS
15
Something supplied to a printer that may go into a magazine (9) : CARTRIDGE
17
Explain tricky clue one time (9) : ELUCIDATE
19
Carry on with English nurse -- grabbing a kiss! (6) : EXTEND
20
An idea -- however daft, ultimately (7) : THOUGHT
21
Situation in which to find a magnificent building (6) : PALACE
22
Company man is convincing (6) : COGENT
24
Gospel writer's symbols (5) : MARKS
26
Celebrity to begin but not finish (4) : STAR
Answer summary: 0 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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