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William Safire was a New York Times columnist known for his regular "On Language" column and his wit. These intentionally self-contradictory rules first appeared in 2 of his articles from 1979.
Note: On some rules I just couldn't find a way to remove a word and still make the rule solvable. So to preserve the full list of rules, some clues contain two completely unconnected rules. On the other hand (violation of rule 54), rule #38 is split into two sections.