New York Times, Tuesday, January 2, 1996

Author: G. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 25 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. N.Y.C. gallery : MOMA
5. Personnel : STAFF
10. ___ Nostra : COSA
14. Diabolic : EVIL
15. Blender setting : PUREE
16. Pink-slipped : AXED
17. Cozy place : NEST
18. Official publication : ORGAN
19. Pore over : READ
20. Little Bear : URSAMINOR
22. Chic : STYLE
23. Brown brew : ALE
24. Health enthusiast's dish : SEAWEED
26. Entreat : PLEAD
30. Lodge resident : ROOMER
32. Technique : SYSTEM
34. Jack Horner's last words : AMI
35. ___ facto : IPSO
39. Chorister : ALTO
40. Following : AFTER
42. Egg on : GOAD
43. Squad : TEAM
44. Sturgeon delicacy : ROE
45. Plotter's plot : SCHEME
47. Mistreat : ILLUSE
50. "The Wind in the Willows" character : OTTER
51. Deere product : TRACTOR
54. Swiss peak : ALP
56. Senator Charles and family : ROBBS
57. Little Flower, in old New York : LAGUARDIA
63. Part of A.D. : ANNO
64. Faneuil and Tammany, e.g. : HALLS
65. Stable particles : OATS
66. Appear : SEEM
67. Marina's place : INLET
68. Theaters : ODEA
69. Oregano, e.g. : HERB
70. Unkempt : MESSY
71. Republican V.I.P. Jack : KEMP
1. Waiter's offering : MENU
2. Walkie-talkie word : OVER
3. Strindberg's "___ Julie" : MISS
4. Province east of B.C. : ALTA
5. Go bad : SPOIL
6. Cable TV man : TURNER
7. Cornstarch brand : ARGO
8. Intimidating : FEARSOME
9. Swamp : FEN
10. Little Joe, e.g. : CARTWRIGHT
11. Kind of daisy : OXEYE
12. 60's radical Bobby : SEALE
13. Totaled : ADDED
21. Composed, as a bed : MADE
22. Manuscript encl. : SAE
25. Mideast rulers : EMIRS
26. H.S. jr.'s exam : PSAT
27. Singer Lovett : LYLE
28. Word following dónde : ESTA
29. Little Boy, e.g. : ATOMICBOMB
31. "You Must Remember This" author : OATES
33. Thomas of "That Girl" : MARLO
36. Lyricist : POET
37. Ditto : SAME
38. Frankfort on the ___ : ODER
41. Like many interstates : FOURLANE
46. Noted nightclub : COPA
48. Sgt.'s superiors : LTS
49. "Best of My Love" rock group : EAGLES
51. Rubbish : TRASH
52. Actress Blakley : RONEE
53. Lum's partner : ABNER
55. Hot-blooded : LUSTY
58. Shakespeare title start : ALLS
59. Corner piece : ROOK
60. Miami's county : DADE
61. News bit : ITEM
62. Pronto : ASAP
64. Unnamed fellow : HIM

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