New York Times, Saturday, October 14, 1995

Author: Alex K. Justin
Editor: Will Shortz
Alex K. Justin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 32 Missing: {FJQXZ} This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Justin. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Kid _____ (Nickelodeon programs) : VIDS
5. Empty shells : PIECRUSTS
14. Constellation near Perseus : ARIES
16. Present : ONTHESPOT
17. Ballet subtitled "The Courting at Burnt Ranch" : RODEO
18. Discards : SCRAPHEAP
19. Concisely : INANUTSHELL
21. _____ stroke (immediately) : ATA
22. Something to settle : ASCORE
23. Commodity price : MARKET
25. Sci. of flora : BOT
26. Ariz. neighbor : CAL
28. Disqualify (oneself) : RECUSE
29. Actress Rainer : LUISE
31. Architectural drawings : EPURES
33. Delineate : ETCH
34. Olive _____ : DRABS
35. Letter opener : SIRS
39. Lord Jim portrayer : OTOOLE
41. Inflictive : PENAL
42. One of the three estates : CLERGY
44. Post office motto word : NOR
46. Sundial hour : VII
47. Mount also called Agri Dagi : ARARAT
48. Plain as day : PATENT
50. Tent type : PUP
51. Abolished : DIDAWAYWITH
55. Brand name on a medicine shelf : LISTERINE
57. Clemenceau's moniker, with "le" : TIGRE
58. Greediness : ESURIENCE
59. Scrutinizer : OGLER
60. "By all means!" : YESINDEED
61. Ecclesiastical offices : SEES
1. Something not to be relied on : VARIABLE
2. Resolves : IRONSOUT
3. Preachy : DIDACTIC
4. "_____ evil..." : SEENO
5. Gram. case : POSS
6. Foot part : INCH
7. Bien-_____ (well-being): Fr. : ETRE
8. Farm equipment manufacturer William : CHALMERS
9. Put back : REPLACE
10. Show the way, briefly : USH
11. Communicates : SPEAKS
12. Just right : TOATEE
13. Parade honoree, for short : STPAT
15. Informant : SOURCE
20. Cause of a restaurant stir? : TEA
24. Ballet _____ : RUSSE
27. Composer Anderson : LEROY
28. Modernismo poet _____ Dario : RUBEN
30. Blacksmith : SHOER
32. Alter ego : PAL
34. Ready to drop : DOGTIRED
36. Hoodwink : INVEIGLE
37. "_____ County" (Liz Taylor movie) : RAINTREE
38. Glissades : SLITHERS
40. Price offsetter : TRADEIN
41. Beseech : PRAYTO
42. Vacation of a sort : CRUISE
43. Slip-up : LAPSUS
45. W.W. II agcy. : OPA
47. Marquand title character : APLEY
49. Shoots : TWIGS
52. Wine's companion : DINE
53. Clear finish : ANCE
54. Tobacco, slangily : WEED
56. Prefix in many chemical names : TRI

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