New York Times, Tuesday, January 21, 1997

Author: T. W. Schier
Editor: Will Shortz
Thomas W. Schier
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: {GQXZ} This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Schier. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Poland's Walesa : LECH
5. Fine violin : STRAD
10. With 39-Across, featured boxing match : MAIN
14. "As Long ___ Needs Me" ("Oliver!" song) : ASHE
15. Two-door : COUPE
16. Capital on a fjord : OSLO
17. Gallows reprieve : STAY
18. Quite healthy : ABLEBODIED
20. Eternally, to poets : EER
21. Downwind : ALEE
22. "We ___ the World" : ARE
23. Not firsthand : RELAYED
25. Biting : ACERBIC
29. Patisserie employee : ICER
30. Application information : FULLNAME
31. Downhill runner : SLED
33. Amusement park features : SLIDES
35. Uncles and others : KIN
36. Around : CIRCA
38. "___ Ruled the World" (1965 hit) : IFI
39. See 10-Across : EVENT
41. Rope-a-dope exponent : ALI
42. Angers : UPSETS
45. Angers : IRES
46. Rural way : BACKROAD
48. Comes to the rescue : AIDS
50. Teaches the A B C's : SCHOOLS
51. Self-defense art : JUJITSU
54. Like some humor : WRY
55. Kind of chop : PORK
56. Kovic of "Born on the Fourth of July" : RON
57. "Designing Women" co-star : DELTABURKE
61. Pinochle combo : MELD
62. Food bar : OLEO
63. An archangel : URIEL
64. Baseball's Rose : PETE
65. Talon : CLAW
66. Litigants : SUERS
67. Hullabaloo : STIR
1. Light in a light show : LASER
2. Lauder of cosmetics : ESTEE
3. "The Most Beautiful Girl" singer : CHARLIERICH
4. "Yo!" : HEY
5. Tackle box gizmos : SCALERS
6. "And so ___" : TOBED
7. Hold sway over : RULE
8. Imitate : APE
9. Spectacular failure : DEBACLE
10. Part of MOMA : MODERN
11. "Unaccustomed ___ am..." : ASI
12. Spot in the mer : ILE
13. Visual O.K. : NOD
19. To avoid the alternative : ORELSE
21. Parliamentary stand : AYE
24. Current status : ACDC
25. Tax filer's dread : AUDIT
26. 1978 Gerry Rafferty hit : BAKERSTREET
27. Ammonia-derived compound : IMINE
28. Parts of dollars : CENTS
30. Played a flute in a march : FIFED
31. Temporary protectors : SCABS
32. New Hampshire's state flower : LILAC
34. Actress Bonet and others : LISAS
37. Colorado city : AURORA
40. "I saw," Caesar-style : VIDI
43. Oedipus' foster father : POLYBUS
44. Marine fishes : SAURELS
47. Servilely defer (to) : KOWTOW
49. H-L connectors : IJK
51. Wild card : JOKER
52. Conductor Georg : SOLTI
53. Secondary to : UNDER
55. ___-dieu (pew part) : PRIE
57. Medic : DOC
58. Angled annex : ELL
59. Pasture : LEA
60. It neighbors Braz. : URU
61. AWOL hunters : MPS

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