New York Times, Monday, January 17, 1994

Author: Sidney L. Robbins
Editor: Will Shortz
Sidney L. Robbins
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JKQXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 156 for Mr. Robbins. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Hearth debris : ASHES
6. Atmosphere : AURA
10. Columnist Bombeck : ERMA
14. Room to _____ : SPARE
15. Skater Heiden : ERIC
16. High time? : NOON
17. Critical juncture : POINTOFNORETURN
20. Parade : STREAM
21. Some oranges : OSAGES
22. Roasting items : EARS
25. Sometimes they get the hang of it : SPIES
26. Woolly one : LAMB
30. Carnegie Hall event : RECITAL
32. Where Marco Polo traveled : ASIA
33. Tomb tenant : LENIN
34. All fired up? : LIT
37. Future brass : WESTPOINTCADETS
41. Modeled, maybe : SAT
42. Mountain ridge : ARETE
43. Peruvian of yore : INCA
44. Neptune's fork : TRIDENT
46. Physicist Niels : BOHR
47. Work, work, work : SLAVE
49. Its password was "Mickey Mouse" : DDAY
51. Trotsky rival : STALIN
52. Straight shooters? : RIFLES
57. Stops rambling : COMESTOTHEPOINT
61. Algerian seaport : ORAN
62. Broadway groom of 1922 : ABIE
63. Sister of Thalia : ERATO
64. Bridge seat : WEST
65. Bank holding : LIEN
66. Prepare to shave : STROP
1. Cleo's snakes : ASPS
2. Flyspeck : SPOT
3. "Let the Sunshine In" musical : HAIR
4. Sea bird : ERNE
5. Bristles : SETAE
6. W.W.I grp. : AEF
7. Mausoleum item : URN
8. "Road to_____" : RIO
9. Beginnings of poetry? : ACROSTIC
10. Involve : ENTAIL
11. Beauty aid : ROUGE
12. Folkways : MORES
13. Writer Beattie and others : ANNS
18. Poet translated by FitzGerald : OMAR
19. Toledo locale : ESPANA
23. Depended : RELIED
24. Perfumed : SCENTED
26. Senate output : LAWS
27. On the briny : ASEA
28. "Gorillas in the _____" : MIST
29. Hit a fly, perhaps : BAT
31. Mean : INTEND
34. Host Jay : LENO
35. Yen : ITCH
36. Ivan, for one : TSAR
38. Church front area : PARVIS
39. Expensive rug : ORIENTAL
40. Fish in a way : DIB
44. Aptitude : TALENT
45. Weight allowance : TARE
47. Pack away : STORE
48. "Falcon Crest" star : LAMAS
50. "Egad!" : YIPES
51. Barge : SCOW
53. McHenry, e.g. : FORT
54. Munchhausen, for one : LIAR
55. Within: Prefix : ENTO
56. Common sign : STOP
58. Sash : OBI
59. Cause for overtime : TIE
60. Clucker : HEN

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