New York Times, Tuesday, January 7, 1997

Author: J. Schmalzbach
Editor: Will Shortz
Jonathan Schmalzbach
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVX} This is puzzle # 21 for Mr. Schmalzbach. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Rushes (along) : ZIPS
5. Amassed : PILED
10. They cover Highland heads : TAMS
14. Neglect : OMIT
15. Mes numero uno : ENERO
16. "In a cowslip's bell ___": "The Tempest" : ILIE
17. One nourished by daydreams? : LOTUSEATER
19. Rotten to the ___ : CORE
20. One of "Them!" things : ANT
21. Author O'Brien : EDNA
22. Ready for framing : MATTED
24. Genealogical chart : TREE
25. New Rochelle college : IONA
26. One who counts calories? : NUMBERCRUNCHER
32. Perspiration perforations : PORES
33. Alternative to a watering can : HOSE
34. Khan married to Rita Hayworth : ALY
35. Detective Charlie : CHAN
36. Dress style : ALINE
38. Classic art subject : NUDE
39. Elephant's weight, maybe : TON
40. Israeli Abba : EBAN
41. "For ___ sake!" : PETES
42. One with a high-iron diet? : SWORDSWALLOWER
46. Hollywood giants? : EGOS
47. Jemima, for one : AUNT
48. Farm trough : FEEDER
51. ___ .45 : COLT
52. Dallas school, for short : SMU
55. Strip of wood : LATH
56. One fond of dining on tongue? : BOOTLICKER
59. Florence's river : ARNO
60. Destroy : ERASE
61. Motion supporters : AYES
62. High schooler's test, briefly : PSAT
63. Went out with : DATED
64. Key letter : BETA
1. "J'accuse" author : ZOLA
2. Springsteen's "___ Fire" : IMON
3. English P.M. called "The Great Commoner" : PITT
4. Alphabet trio : STU
5. Carolina river : PEEDEE
6. More ridiculous : INANER
7. "I ___ Song Go Out of My Heart" : LETA
8. Before, to a poet : ERE
9. Member of Alice's tea party : DORMOUSE
10. Popular breath mint : TICTAC
11. Loads : ALOT
12. Slough : MIRE
13. Burpee's bit : SEED
18. Some Bosnians : SERBS
23. ___ Morrow Lindbergh : ANNE
24. Feds : TMEN
25. Clothes presser : IRON
26. Not at all : NOHOW
27. Heavens: Prefix : URANO
28. Tableware : CHINA
29. ___ cuisine : HAUTE
30. Presbyter : ELDER
31. Deli loaves : RYES
32. Election numbers: Abbr. : PCTS
36. Sucked up : ABSORBED
37. Statutes : LAWS
38. Its eye is needed in a "Macbeth" recipe : NEWT
40. Slight advantage : EDGE
41. Sophia's Carlo : PONTI
43. Boiling mad : REDHOT
44. "Tao Te Ching" author : LAOTSE
45. Quieted : LULLED
48. Part of an envelope : FLAP
49. Auricles : EARS
50. Lab burner : ETNA
51. Layer : COAT
52. Hebrides island : SKYE
53. Make the acquaintance of : MEET
54. Twinkling bear : URSA
57. Man-mouse link : ORA
58. Taxi : CAB

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