New York Times, Friday, October 20, 1995

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 27 Missing: {BGJQWXZ} This is puzzle # 46 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Vronsky's love : KARENINA
9. Went easily : SAILED
15. Kind of hotel plan : AMERICAN
16. One who stays at home? : UMPIRE
17. Lothario : CASANOVA
18. Judicial declaration : DICTUM
19. Point-Four Program inits. : HST
20. Word of agreement : AMEN
21. Lane demarcation : STRIPE
22. Another name for the upper Thames : ISIS
24. Ivy Leaguers : ELIS
26. Nosy one : YENTA
27. Damsel's reply to the villain : NEVER
29. Patsies : SAPS
31. British carbine : STEN
32. Astaire and Hugo : ADELES
34. Gymnast's feat : SCISSORS
36. Subside : FALL
38. C or G, e.g. : CLEF
39. Circles : COTERIES
43. Old film-making equipment : TRIPOD
47. Brown, e.g.: Abbr. : UNIV
48. It has roots and many branches : MATH
50. Tart start : FLOUR
51. Make another clove hitch : RETIE
53. Give power to : FUEL
55. Art Deco artist : ERTE
56. Old-time singer Sir Harry : LAUDER
58. Word with film or cartridge : CLIP
60. La-la lead-in : TRA
61. Hard: Prefix : SCLERO
62. Put out of reach of : KEPTFROM
64. Goddess pictured with a globe : URANIA
65. For everyone to see : ONPARADE
66. More vivacious : PERTER
67. Vocal pessimist : NAYSAYER
1. Kind of doll : KACHINA
2. Collected : AMASSED
3. Unquiet : RESTIVE
4. 70's-80's political cause : ERA
5. First of a famous trio : NINA
6. "____ to bury Caesar..." : ICOME
7. Subjects of contemplation : NAVELS
8. Biblical dissembler : ANANIAS
9. Beer : SUDS
10. Friendliness : AMITY
11. Len Deighton novel, with "The" : IPCRESSFILE
12. Assailed : LITINTO
13. Volcano : ERUPTER
14. Humiliates : DEMEANS
23. Plain : SELFEVIDENT
25. Minor's advocacy grp. : SPCC
28. Caboose : REAR
30. Alluvium : SILT
33. Kind of chance : SLIM
35. Lord's worker : SERF
37. Rare book-dealer's unit : LEAF
39. Gets comfortable : CURLSUP
40. 43,560 square feet : ONEACRE
41. Like some heads : TITULAR
42. Smitten with : STUCKON
44. Show : PORTRAY
45. Beat at the rodeo : OUTRODE
46. Fantast : DREAMER
49. Last Chance Gulch site : HELENA
52. Raising goose pimples : EERIE
54. Fresh : LIPPY
57. Crowd sound : ROAR
59. Educ. groups : PTAS
63. Brother : FRA

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