New York Times, Monday, January 6, 1997

Author: S. L. Robbins
Editor: Will Shortz
Sidney L. Robbins
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQVXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 202 for Mr. Robbins. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Courtyards : ATRIA
6. ___ d'etat : COUP
10. Part of a gateway : ARCH
14. Middays : NOONS
15. Facilitate : EASE
16. Denver's home: Abbr. : COLO
17. Disoriented : KNOCKEDFORALOOP
20. Dancers Fred and Adele : ASTAIRES
21. ___-Japanese War : RUSSO
22. Actor Sparks : NED
23. ___ end (very last part) : FAG
25. Prime-time hour : TEN
26. Soviet labor camp : GULAG
30. Party to a defense pact : ALLY
31. Spirited horse : ARAB
32. Prophet who anointed Saul : SAMUEL
34. Mimic : APE
37. Disoriented : DISCOMBOBULATED
40. Jet to Heathrow : SST
41. Vigorous : ROBUST
42. Actress Spelling : TORI
43. Operatic prince : IGOR
44. Dead, as an engine : KAPUT
45. Had been : WAS
48. Guinness Book suffix : EST
49. One of the Gershwins : IRA
51. Once more : AGAIN
53. Captain Picard series : STARTREK
58. Disoriented : FRUSTRATEDNOEND
61. State south of Ky. : TENN
62. Kind of smasher : ATOM
63. Sharp as ___ : ATACK
64. Chair : SEAT
65. They hold hymnals : PEWS
66. Where Seoul is : KOREA
1. Paul who sang "Having My Baby" : ANKA
2. Shipping units : TONS
3. Cheer (for) : ROOT
4. Andean of old : INCA
5. Inquiring : ASKING
6. Relinquished : CEDED
7. Schmoes : OAFS
8. G.I. entertainers : USO
9. Each : PER
10. Rights protection grp. : ACLU
11. Chicken house : ROOST
12. In the ball park : CLOSE
13. Board, as a trolley : HOPON
18. "Able was I ___..." : ERE
19. Historic county of Scotland : ARGYLL
23. Botches : FLUBS
24. Native Alaskan : ALEUT
26. Wanders (about) : GADS
27. "Exodus" author : URIS
28. Endure : LAST
29. Roseanne's network : ABC
30. Love, in Lourdes : AMOUR
32. Urban woes : SMOGS
33. Monastery V.I.P. : ABBOT
34. Over : ATOP
35. Where the Amazon originates : PERU
36. Make a change for the verse? : EDIT
38. China and environs, with "the" : ORIENT
39. One ___ time : ATA
44. Noted site of Egyptian ruins : KARNAK
45. Floats gently : WAFTS
46. Be of one mind : AGREE
47. Finnish bath : SAUNA
49. News paragraphs : ITEMS
50. "Far out" : RAD
52. "Money ___ everything!" : ISNT
53. Pack : STOW
54. Dog in Oz : TOTO
55. Bring up : REAR
56. Suffix with exist : ENCE
57. America's first commercial radio station : KDKA
59. Seance sound : RAP
60. Dined : ATE

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