New York Times, Thursday, October 26, 1995

Author: Jim Page
Editor: Will Shortz
Jim Page
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FQ} This is puzzle # 42 for Mr. Page. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Watchdog grp.? : ASPCA
6. Fluid ____ : DRAM
10. Tiptop : APEX
14. Pocket : STEAL
15. Pan's opposite : RAVE
16. Retailer R.H. : MACY
17. With 35 Across, spy's question concerning wiretaps : HOWDOWEGET
19. Entire range : ATOZ
20. 1981 and '84 Super Bowl champs : RAIDERS
21. Behind : REAR
23. Dist. ____ : ATTY
24. Make out : ESPY
26. Stationery supplies : REAMS
30. Reading for eds. : MSS
31. 60's TV host : PAAR
32. Varied : MOTLEY
33. "Don't let ____ to your head" : ITGO
34. Took one's V-8? : AUTOED
35. See 17 Across : ALLTHEBUGSOUT
39. Damage to a photograph : CREASE
40. "____ of the Thousand Days" : ANNE
41. Opinions : SLANTS
42. Romanov V.I.P. : TSAR
43. Grads.-to-be : SRS
46. Bogart film "____ Joe" : TOKYO
47. Baltic native : LETT
48. In ____ (sulking) : APET
49. Lhasa ____ : APSO
51. Dupe : REPLICA
53. Razz : JEER
56. Cleric's reply to agent : LETUSSPRAY
58. First-century poet : OVID
59. "Music for the Millions" author David : EWEN
60. Excel : SHINE
61. Actress Martin et al. : NANS
62. Mao successor : DENG
63. Spud : TATER
1. Guru's home : ASHRAM
2. Brown furs : STOATS
3. Lapwings : PEWITS
4. Expensive car, in slang : CADDY
5. Shampoo ingredient : ALOE
6. Olympic equestrian event : DRESSAGE
7. Piano tune : RAG
8. Cartoonist Tex : AVERY
9. Pass (out) : METE
10. After-dinner drink : AMARETTO
11. Well-rehearsed : PAT
12. "The Name of the Rose" author : ECO
13. Child's rhyme finish : XYZ
18. Shapes into a garland : WREATHES
22. One giving a wake-up call : AROUSER
25. Kind of court : PROBATE
27. Moises or Felipe : ALOU
28. Sporting event : MEET
29. Pink Floyd founder Barrett : SYD
31. Indy break : PITSTOP
32. Captains of industry : MAGNATES
35. Woody's boy : ARLO
36. Deep Throat, e.g. : LEAK
37. Whistle cords : LANYARDS
38. Jittery : UNSTRUNG
39. Mo. clock setting : CST
43. Carry (away) : SPIRIT
44. Fix a seat : RECANE
45. Durable race horse : STAYER
47. "Camelot" composer : LOEWE
48. ____ particle : ALPHA
50. Malamute's burden : SLED
52. "Hey, you!" : PSST
53. Comic Lovitz : JON
54. Wagner soprano : EVA
55. "...____ Berliner" : EIN
57. Hour for blowing taps : TEN

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