New York Times, Wednesday, October 1, 1997

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQUZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 19 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Zoning unit, maybe : ACRE
5. Comic Bill, familiarly : COS
8. Reception improver : CABLE
13. Cartoonist Addams : CHAS
14. "Critique of Practical Reason" writer : KANT
15. Heavenly hunter : ORION
16. Work between jobs : TEMP
17. Brainstorm : IDEA
18. Communion offering : BREAD
19. 1929 Hemingway book, with "A" : FAREWELLTOARMS
22. Sign by a door : EXIT
23. Serpentlike : EELY
24. Toots one's horn : BOASTS
27. K-O bridge : LMN
28. Car launched by an aeronautics company : SAAB
32. Come up : ARISE
33. Vegans avoid these : MEATS
35. Constructor of many dams: Abbr. : TVA
36. 1950 Jean Simmons film : SOLONGATTHEFAIR
39. São Paulo-to-Rio dir. : ENE
40. "Go and catch a falling star" poet : DONNE
41. Checked, as a computer program : RERAN
42. ___ bird : DODO
44. God, in Roma : DIO
45. Tubs : BASINS
46. 50% : HALF
48. Accounting, e.g.: Abbr. : DEPT
49. 1934 James Hilton novella : GOODBYEMRCHIPS
55. Cruising : ATSEA
56. Good, long bath : SOAK
57. Colorado resort : VAIL
59. Philanthropist Wallace and others : LILAS
60. Spinners : TOPS
61. ___ time (never) : ATNO
62. Accompanying music : SCORE
63. Auden's "To My Pupils," e.g. : ODE
64. Ponce's birthplace : LEON
1. Play the part : ACT
2. Child, for one : CHEF
3. Avatar of Vishnu : RAMA
4. Coffee bar order : ESPRESSO
5. Citadel student : CADET
6. First-year Harvard law student : ONEL
7. Draw : STALEMATE
8. Some computer programs are written in it : COBOL
9. Groupings : ARRAYS
10. Oktoberfest draft : BIER
11. Rich soil : LOAM
12. Wraps up : ENDS
14. Fuzzy fruit : KIWIS
20. Lengthen : EXTEND
21. Final Commandment : TENTH
24. Stationed : BASED
25. Maine college town : ORONO
26. Had the bug : AILED
27. "...___ man put asunder" : LETNO
29. Arcade name : ATARI
30. Birdy : AVIAN
31. Old dance sites : BARNS
33. Declaration : MANIFESTO
34. Angel : SERAPH
37. Pious : GODLY
38. Mostly Mozart, for one : FESTIVAL
43. "My!" : OHDEAR
45. Pub order : BECKS
47. Put down : ABASE
48. Hang : DRAPE
49. Guys' dates : GALS
50. Ear-related : OTIC
51. European port : OSLO
52. "___ Indigo" : MOOD
53. Fancy chopped liver : PATE
54. Chinese: Prefix : SINO
58. First name in horror films : LON

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