New York Times, Saturday, October 25, 1997

Author: John Scott Marrone
Editor: Will Shortz
John Scott Marrone
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQXY} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Marrone. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. 1985 western starring two Kevins : SILVERADO
10. Noted Boston conductor : OZAWA
15. Manuscripts at academic journals : TREATISES
16. French author Bazin and others : RENES
17. Museumgoers : ARTLOVERS
18. Some sopranos : DIVAS
19. Adjust, in a way : RETUNE
20. Ardent : AMATIVE
22. Thousand dollars, in slang : GEE
23. Folder filer's aid : TAB
26. Ornamental tag : AIGLET
27. It may be vaulted : FUR
28. Three in one : TRIUNE
30. Michigan college or its town : ALMA
32. Determined policy : STAND
33. Social reformer Wells and others : IDAS
37. Word for a lady : MAAM
38. "Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered" writer : PAINE
39. Bank deposit? : SILT
40. River to Donegal Bay : ERNE
41. Originates : RISES
42. It's hard to believe : TALE
43. Marie Antoinette and others : REINES
45. Yipper : PUP
46. Back up : ASSIST
49. Govt. org. since 1946 : SSA
51. Horatio Alger sort : LAD
52. King, for one : CHECKER
54. Swindle : CHISEL
57. Minute hands, essentially : RADII
58. Exactly : ONTHENOSE
61. Intestinal division : ILEUM
62. Inner city sights : TENEMENTS
63. Prefix with -plasty : DERMO
64. Request help : SENDANSOS
1. Lead : STAR
2. Sale item, maybe : IRREGULAR
3. Admired athlete : LETTERMAN
4. Care for : VALUE
5. Kind of collar : ETON
6. Fasten firmly : RIVET
7. Enzyme suffix : ASE
8. German article : DER
9. Bones : OSSA
10. Decree : ORDAIN
11. Spirit of the time : ZEITGEIST
12. Smith's station : ANVIL
13. Bob's companion : WEAVE
14. Plus : ASSET
21. More than 120 1970's sitcom episodes : MAUDES
24. Hit : ATTAIN
25. Cooks, in a way : BRAISES
27. "The shadow of Virtue": Seneca : FAME
29. "Rainbow After a Storm" artist : INNESS
31. Element used in radiation research : AMERICIUM
32. "Obey your thirst" sloganeer : SPRITE
34. Pipe organ stops : DIAPASONS
35. Hints at : ALLUDESTO
36. Recipe part : STEP
44. Parka wearer : ESKIMO
46. Sharp : ACRID
47. Kind of oil : SHALE
48. Annual feast : SEDER
50. Hurt : ACHED
51. It's kept in the closet : LINEN
53. Falls apart : ROTS
55. Blood: Prefix : HEMA
56. Reduced by : LESS
59. Name word : NEE
60. Grand Ole Opry broadcaster : TNN

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