New York Times, Thursday, January 16, 1997

Author: W. R. Williams
Editor: Will Shortz
Wayne Robert Williams
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QVXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 34 for Mr. Williams. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Ships' contents : CARGOS
7. Show appreciation : CLAP
11. Setup punch : JAB
14. Tennessee's lizard : IGUANA
15. Ding-donger : HOBO
16. Smeltery pile : ORE
17. Kew : GARDENSINLONDON
20. Olden dagger : SNEE
21. Woman's name that has another woman's name inside it : ELOISE
22. Tea : ICEDDRINK
27. Hard fall? : SLEET
28. Singer Lovett : LYLE
29. Site of a 1976 uprising : SOWETO
31. Cake toppings : ICINGS
34. Bamako is its capital : MALI
35. Advanced deg. : MBA
38. Cockpit reading: Abbr. : ALT
39. Like the QE2 : OCEANIC
41. Work unit : ERG
42. Hardly a mark of distinction : DEE
43. Old pantry supply : LARD
44. Witt or Yamaguchi, e.g. : SKATER
46. Yellow : AFRAID
48. Zippo : NONE
49. ___ salts : EPSOM
52. Ti : SCALENOTE
55. South American plains : LLANOS
57. Where to wear a muumuu : LUAU
58. Queue : LINEUPINENGLAND
64. Suffix with absorb : ENT
65. Skin-colored : NUDE
66. Bloom in movies : CLAIRE
67. Comic Louis : NYE
68. Tie : DRAW
69. Babe Ruth's middle name : HERMAN
1. "Smoke" : CIG
2. ___ Khan : AGA
3. Capek play : RUR
4. Diplomat who negotiated an 1853 land purchase : GADSDEN
5. Upright : ONEND
6. Comparatively reasonable : SANER
7. Greek letter : CHI
8. Actor Chaney : LON
9. Fit : ABLE
10. Cue : POOLSTICK
11. She played Nell in "Nell" : JODIE
12. Stood : AROSE
13. "John Brown's Body" poet : BENET
18. Six, in Seville : SEIS
19. Court plea, informally : NOLO
22. It starts "Sing, goddess, the wrath of Peleus' son..." : ILIAD
23. Full course : CYCLE
24. In crowd : ELITE
25. Wandering : NOMADIC
26. Actress Nancy : KWAN
30. Crimson rivals : ELIS
32. Tee : GOLFMOUND
33. Reminder of a duel : SCAR
35. "I want in!" : METOO
36. Sportscaster Musburger : BRENT
37. Side (with) : AGREE
40. Memorable periods : ERAS
45. Forming a ring : ANNULAR
46. First-class : AONE
47. Valley : DALE
49. Sitcom set in a bookstore : ELLEN
50. Author of "Historia naturalis" : PLINY
51. French toast ingredient? : SANTE
53. Noon event : LUNCH
54. Colonel's insignia : EAGLE
56. Offshoot : SPUR
59. Gilbert & Sullivan princess : IDA
60. Fresh : NEW
61. Endeavor : AIM
62. Second Amendment supporters: Abbr. : NRA
63. Kind of mother : DEN

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