New York Times, Wednesday, January 24, 1996

Author: J. Hess
Editor: Will Shortz
Julie Hess
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQ} This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Hess. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pocket bread : PITA
5. Pulitzer-winning Ferber novel : SOBIG
10. At a distance : AFAR
14. Land of the Peacock Throne : IRAN
15. Novelist Louise de la Ramée : OUIDA
16. Wrist-elbow connector : ULNA
17. Daughter of Powhatan : POCAHONTAS
19. "Auld Lang___" : SYNE
20. Spellbind : ENTRANCE
21. Barbecue sites : PATIOS
23. Montana native : CREE
24. Become established : SETIN
25. ___torte : SACHER
28. Throttle : STRANGLE
31. Mr. 'iggins : ENRY
32. "Land___!" : SAKES
34. Gulf war missile : SCUD
35. Muslim general : AGA
36. Wire measure : MIL
37. Fix : RIG
38. "___, With a Z" : LIZA
40. Turns over : CEDES
42. Emblem of England : ROSE
43. Midwest crop : SOYBEANS
45. Helped sail a boat : CREWED
47. Falcon-headed deity : HORUS
48. Pupil's place : IRIS
49. Not concerned with ethics : AMORAL
51. Quiescent : INACTIVE
55. Master Simpson : BART
56. Wampanoag cheif who led a 1675-76 war : KINGPHILIP
58. Instead : ELSE
59. Professeur's place : ECOLE
60. "___, vidi, vici" : VENI
61. Title : DEED
62. Seashore features : DUNES
63. Top dog : EXEC
1. Prop for Santa : PIPE
2. Shade of gray : IRON
3. Savior-faire : TACT
4. Bedlam or worse : ANARCHY
5. Oklahomans : SOONERS
6. Little bit : OUNCE
7. Dentist's request : BITE
8. Mrs. McKinley : IDA
9. Cigarettes, in British slang : GASPERS
10. Classic British cars : AUSTINS
11. Seneca chief during the American Revolution : FLYINGCROW
12. Part of A.D. : ANNO
13. Charlotte and others : RAES
18. Fabled racer : HARE
22. ___standstill : ATA
24. Engraved marker : STELE
25. Elite Navy group : SEALS
26. Prefix with -plasty : ANGIO
27. Oglala chief at Little Big Horn : CRAZYHORSE
28. Cargo planks : SKIDS
29. Rainer of "The Good Earth" : LUISE
30. Nosed (out) : EDGED
33. Service closers : AMENS
39. Stopped at Cape Canaveral : ABORTED
40. Applied oakum to : CAULKED
41. Abrasions : SCRAPES
42. Fidgety : RESTIVE
44. Notable time : ERA
46. Opulent : RICH
48. Fireplace : INGLE
49. Still sleeping : ABED
50. Like a stag : MALE
51. Aware of : INON
52. Holly : ILEX
53. One climbing the walls : VINE
54. "lliad," e.g. : EPIC
57. Hospital dept. : ICU

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