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Several papers cited twice among Pulitzer recipients

In the newspaper categories of the Pulitzer Prizes, the Los Angeles Times won the prize for meritorious public service Monday. Newsday was awarded the prize for local reporting. A team of seven Boston Globe reporters received the prize for special local reporting.

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John Noble Wilford of the New York Times, a science writer, won the prize for national reporting.

The prize for international reporting went to Karen Elliott House of the Wall Street Journal.

Paul Conrad of the Los Angeles Times won the prize for editorial cartoons. Albert Scardino of the Savannah, Ga., Gazette was awarded the prize for editorial writing.

Stan Grossfeld of the Boston Globe was awarded the prize for news photography.

Vermont Royster of the Wall Street Journal won a Pulitzer, his second, for commentary for his weekly column, ''Thinking Things Over.''

Paul Goldberger of the New York Times won the prize for criticism for ''distinguished criticism'' in architecture.

Peter Mark Rinearson of the Seattle Times was awarded the prize for feature writing and Anthony Suau of the Denver Post won for feature photography.