New York Times, Saturday, October 28, 1995

Author: Chuck Deodene
Editor: Will Shortz
Chuck Deodene
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 30 Missing: {HJQ} This is puzzle # 12 for Mr. Deodene. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Company agent : SALESREP
9. Yellow hue : LEMON
14. Lincoln or Infiniti, e.g. : LUXURYCAR
15. Pointed arch : OGIVE
16. Loathe : ABOMINATE
17. Place for locks : CANAL
18. Knack : TALENT
19. Fish-cleaning tools : SCALERS
21. Steel base : IRON
22. Blasting compound : AMATOL
25. 1946 song “A Rainy Night in ____” : RIO
26. Kook : NUT
27. Midwest tornado site, 4/3/74 : XENIA
28. Scientist Pavlov : IVAN
29. Canadian physician Sir William : OSLER
32. Some bishops : ANGLICANS
34. Newfoundland lighthouse site : BELLEISLE
36. Verdi opera : RIGOLETTO
39. Velveeta maker : KRAFT
43. “Time _____ My Side” : ISON
44. St. _____ (third-century child-martyr) : VITUS
46. Whiz-bang : PRO
47. Pen’s partner : COB
48. Most congenial : NICEST
49. Words from stubborn Scots : NAES
50. Egyptian relic : OBELISK
52. Geological formations : ARETES
54. Hawk’s weapon : TALON
55. Typify : EPITOMIZE
58. Clan : TRIBE
59. Oysters’ milieu : TIDEWATER
60. Emmy-winning Ed : ASNER
61. Dickens’s Miss Havisham, e.g. : SPINSTER
1. Some auto imports : SUBARUS
2. Speckled salamander : AXOLOTL
3. Light bulb unit : LUMEN
4. Irish lass’s name : ERIN
5. Grammarian’s concern : SYNTAX
6. Elvis’s record label : RCA
7. Graze : EAT
8. Distinguished : PRESTIGIOUS
9. Townie : LOCAL
10. Alike, to Jacques : EGAL
11. Daughter of Jupiter : MINERVA
12. Of a reproductive gland : OVARIAN
13. Wrestling holds : NELSONS
14. Univision TV viewer : LATINO
20. Scuttle load : COALS
23. Food vouchers : MEALTICKETS
24. Bening of “The Grifters” : ANNETTE
28. Bakery gizmo : ICER
30. Dark : EBON
31. Theologians’ subj. : REL
33. Lot : ILK
35. Informal wear : LEVIS
36. Italian cheese : RICOTTA
37. They’re found between highs and lows : ISOBARS
38. Fine French tapestry : GOBELIN
40. Mineral in the teeth : APATITE
41. Supermarket section : FREEZER
42. Salad preparer, maybe : TOSSER
45. New York Bay’s _____ Island : STATEN
48. West Coast gridder : NINER
49. Thread: Prefix : NEMAT
51. Part of a leaf, perhaps : LOBE
53. Wrangles : ROWS
56. Lulu : PIP
57. First name in despots : IDI

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