New York Times, Friday, October 14, 1994

Author: Bob Sefick
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Sefick
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JPQXZ} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Sefick. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Nimble : ADROIT
7. Warbler James : ETTA
11. Ammo : BBS
14. Shed : LEANTO
15. Glad rags : GARB
16. A month of Sundays : EON
17. Start of a question : SOHOWBIGDID
19. Murmur : COO
20. Sprinkle : RAIN
21. Stood by, as an alibi : STUCKTO
23. Sleeve : ARM
26. It's a long story : SAGA
28. Returned : ECHOED
29. Meter _____ : MAID
31. Part 2 of the question : HAILSTONES
33. 39th Veep : AGNEW
35. Bottle size : LITER
36. Effectiveness : TEETH
37. Part 3 of the question : GET
38. An Allen : ETHAN
42. Stringency : RIGOR
44. Amusement park feature : SLIDE
45. Part 4 of the question : BEFOREGOLF
50. Constantly : EVER
51. Takes advantage (of) : AVAILS
52. 1937 Tommy Dorsey hit : NOLA
54. Purpose : END
55. Choral piece : CANTATA
57. "Otello" baritone : IAGO
59. Upset : ADO
60. End of the question : WASINVENTED
65. You can spend it in Romania : LEU
66. Solar deity : ATEN
67. Uneasy : ONEDGE
68. W.W. II craft : LST
69. Voters' choices : YEAS
70. _____d'etat. (for the good of the country): Fr. : RAISON
1. TV's Bundy and others : ALS
2. _____ gratias : DEO
3. Encouraging word : RAH
4. _____ about (legalistic phrase) : ONOR
5. "_____ a dark and stormy .. ." : ITWAS
6. Biblical adversary of Nehemiah : TOBIAH
7. Bloke : EGG
8. Little ones : TADS
9. Used the most : TRITEST
10. Humans on flying saucers, e.g. : ABDUCTEES
11. Crook a finger at : BECKON
12. It covers little piggies : BOOTEE
13. Head wraps : SNOODS
18. Actress Swenson : INGA
22. Victor's laugh : CHORTLE
23. Latin I word : AMAT
24. Fad : RAGE
25. First word of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" : MINE
27. Wing feature : AILERON
30. Lion locale : DETROIT
32. On : LIT
34. Triple Crown winner in '41 : WHIRLAWAY
37. Meshech prince, in the Bible : GOG
39. Swarm : HIVE
40. Yemen port : ADEN
41. One who's not in : NERD
43. Develop slowly : GESTATE
45. Betty Joan Perske, familiarly : BACALL
46. Weasels out of : EVADES
47. Disperse, as a search party : FANOUT
48. Kind of cloth : LOIN
49. Orange or lemon, e.g. : FLAVOR
53. Rocket stage : AGENA
56. Cruising : ASEA
58. "You're the_____ Care For" : ONEI
61. _____and outs : INS
62. Sports scores, for short : TDS
63. Kind of mania : EGO
64. Cave : DEN

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