New York Times, Tuesday, October 8, 1996

Author: E. C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 42 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 8 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Movie souvenir : STUB
5. E. coli watchdog: Abbr. : CDC
8. Neil Simon's "___ Suite" : PLAZA
13. Moon goddess : LUNA
14. Unaccompanied : SOLO
15. Arthur Miller's salesman : LOMAN
16. Genesis son : ABEL
17. Opposed to, in dialect : AGIN
18. Do penance : ATONE
19. Noted Ballet Russe dancer : VASLAVNIJINSKY
22. The "A" in Thomas A. Edison : ALVA
23. ___-Cat (winter vehicle) : SNO
24. "Network" satirist : PADDYCHAYEFSKY
31. Birds at sea : ERNES
32. Was in debt : OWED
33. Kind of soup : PEA
34. Duds : TOGS
35. Algebraic grouping : COSET
37. Halcyon : CALM
38. Prefix with lateral : UNI
39. Swiss river : AARE
40. Marx and Malden : KARLS
41. "Pulcinella" composer : IGORSTRAVINSKY
45. Biblical verb suffix : ETH
46. ___-Day vitamins : ONEA
47. Eighth in a Taylor series : LARRYFORTENSKY
54. J.F.K. terminal architect : IMPEI
55. Pay to play, with "up" : ANTE
56. Mrs. Chaplin : OONA
57. Three-time P.G.A. tournament champ : SNEAD
58. Pastry chef, at times : ICER
59. Resort near Mt. Jackson : VAIL
60. Swarm : HORDE
61. Law, to Lucius : LEX
62. "Laugh-In" name : ARTE
1. Eastern European : SLAV
2. Bottom brass : TUBA
3. French articles : UNES
4. Chopin compositions : BALLADES
5. After-dinner sipping : COGNAC
6. Sixth-century date : DLII
7. And, e.g.: Abbr. : CONJ
8. Mapped out : PLANNED
9. Many : LOTSOF
10. Run ___ (go off course) : AMOK
11. Off the wall : ZANY
12. Chemical suffix : ANE
14. "Get it?" : SAVVY
20. Local legislators: Abbr. : ALDS
21. "The best ___ to come" : ISYET
24. Pitchfork part : PRONG
25. Surgical procedure, for short : ANGIO
26. Hebrew prophet : HOSEA
27. Wonder : AWE
28. Explosion's cause : SPARK
29. Shade of green : KELLY
30. Candied items : YAMS
31. Holder for needles and things : ETUI
35. Frazzled comic strip heroine : CATHY
36. Puckster Bobby : ORR
37. Womanizer : CASANOVA
39. Spanning : ASTRIDE
40. Baby bouncer : KNEE
42. Go over again : REREAD
43. Maelstrom : VORTEX
44. Lay to rest : INTER
47. Alphabetic run : LMNO
48. Copycat : APER
49. Bomb : FAIL
50. "___ bitten, twice shy" : ONCE
51. Fly high : SOAR
52. Sweater, usually : KNIT
53. Word on a lock : YALE
54. Language suffix : ISH

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