New York Times, Wednesday, January 4, 1995

Author: Stephanie Spadaccini
Editor: Will Shortz
Stephanie Spadaccini
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FQXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 10 for Ms. Spadaccini. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Altar robes : ALBS
5. "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" group : WHAM
9. Basic ball game : CATCH
14. Kitty cry : MEOW
15. New York college : IONA
16. Council Bluffs neighbor : OMAHA
17. Silly author? : ANAISNINCOMPOOP
20. Like church music : SACRED
21. "Dies _____" : IRAE
22. "Help!" : SOS
23. Traditional Easter fare : LAMB
25. Xenia's state : OHIO
27. Not for the faint of heart : GORY
30. Senior's nest egg, for short : IRA
32. Ruined : UNDID
35. Black cuckoo : ANI
36. Tennis score : LOVE
38. Shell food? : TACOS
40. French director with ESP? : RENECLAIRVOYANT
44. Ziti or linguine : PASTA
45. Mrs. David Copperfield : DORA
46. Wind dir. : NNE
47. Pillages : LOOTS
49. Christmas quaff : NOG
50. Play the lead : STAR
51. Zola heroine : NANA
53. Unthinking : RASH
55. Write (down) : JOT
58. Peru's capital : LIMA
60. Kind of bread : RAISIN
64. Person with a polite message? : EMILYPOSTITNOTE
67. Actor Toomey : REGIS
68. The _____ Reader (eclectic magazine) : UTNE
69. Actress Raines : ELLA
70. Genuflected : KNELT
71. "Phooey!" : RATS
72. Kaiser or Parker House : ROLL
1. Latin 101 verb : AMAS
2. Actress Olin : LENA
3. Bygone airline : BOAC
4. Helical : SWIRLY
5. Quixote's opponent : WINDMILL
6. _____ polloi : HOI
7. Years, to Tiberius : ANNI
8. Computer shortcut : MACRO
9. Acquire by accident : COMEINTO
10. Rocker's equipment : AMP
11. _____ Ski Valley, N.M. : TAOS
12. Ending for "ah" : CHOO
13. Occurs, poetically : HAPS
18. Q.E. 2 setting : SEA
19. Pearl Harbor site : OAHU
24. Bette Midler's "A View From a _____" : BROAD
26. Singer Anita : ODAY
27. John Irving title character : GARP
28. Barry Lyndon portrayer, 1975 : ONEAL
29. Detergent brand : RINSO
31. Word on a French postcard : AVION
33. Pessimist's phrase : ICANT
34. Part of DKNY : DONNA
37. Boo-boo : ERROR
39. Ending with seam or team : STER
41. English school : ETON
42. Instigator : CATALYST
43. Unpredictable events : VAGARIES
48. Use scissors : SNIP
50. Evidence of a fistfight : SHINER
52. It makes le monde go round : AMOUR
54. Was impassive : SAT
55. Yank : JERK
56. Foreshadowing : OMEN
57. Buster Brown's dog : TIGE
59. Nick and Nora's dog : ASTA
61. Go it alone : SOLO
62. "_____ be a cold day in hell..." : ITLL
63. Actress Patricia : NEAL
65. Diamond _____ : LIL
66. Explosive stuff : TNT

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