New York Times, Tuesday, January 17, 1995

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Snitch : SWIPE
6. 1986 World Series champs : METS
10. "You said it!" : AMEN
14. More washed out : PALER
15. Over : ATOP
16. Pop singer Laura : NYRO
17. Senator Specter : ARLEN
18. Pro _____ : RATA
19. Bushy hairstyle : AFRO
20. 1970 George Harrison hit : MYSWEETLORD
23. Astronaut's "fine" : AOK
24. Catch sight of : ESPY
25. Tropical animals : TAPIRS
27. Bill Haley's band : COMETS
30. Tackle box gizmo : SCALER
32. Jazz's Kid _____ : ORY
33. Stendahl hero Julien : SOREL
35. Wedding guest : INLAW
38. Take à la magicians : PALM
40. Sinatra standard : MYWAY
42. Wise : SAGE
43. February forecast : SLEET
45. Katmandu's land : NEPAL
47. Narcs' grp. : DEA
48. "So Big" author : FERBER
50. Robert Shapiro, e.g. : LAWYER
52. Singer West : DOTTIE
54. Pocket bread : PITA
55. Shoemaker's helper, in story : ELF
56. 60's sitcom : MYTHREESONS
62. Composer Janacek : LEOS
64. Nabisco brand : OREO
65. Walkie-talkie : RADIO
66. Landlocked Asian country : LAOS
67. Void's partner : NULL
68. In _____ (stuck) : ABIND
69. Scurriers : ANTS
70. Strike out, as copy : DELE
71. Post offices have them : LINES
1. W.W. II meat : SPAM
2. On one's guard : WARY
3. Woes : ILLS
4. Shortstop Reese : PEEWEE
5. Hemingway and others : ERNESTS
6. "Back to the Future" role : MARTY
7. List shortener : ETAL
8. Baum dog : TOTO
9. "In the Heat of the Night" locale : SPARTA
10. Literary olio : ANA
11. Lerner-Loewe musical : MYFAIRLADY
12. Inaccuracy : ERROR
13. Crannies : NOOKS
21. British college : EPSOM
22. "Tuna Fishing" painter : DALI
26. Bic products : PENS
27. Flatfoots : COPS
28. Ph.D. exam : ORAL
29. 1989 Daniel Day-Lewis film : MYLEFTFOOT
30. Underground way : SEWER
31. Applaud : CLAP
34. Sandberg of the Cubs : RYNE
36. "The African Queen" screenwriter : AGEE
37. Abrade : WEAR
39. Track contest : MEET
41. Ivy Leaguer : YALIE
44. Barbershop request : TRIM
46. Football fling : LATERAL
49. _____ question (certainly) : BEYOND
51. Japanese mustard : WASABI
52. Perry's secretary : DELLA
53. City SSE of Buffalo : OLEAN
54. Capitalist tool : PROLE
57. Quiz choice : TRUE
58. Terrible rigor : HELL
59. Norse chief : ODIN
60. Supreme Court complement : NINE
61. Lays down the lawn : SODS
63. Draft letters : SSS

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