New York Times, Monday, November 13, 1995

Author: Norma Steinberg
Editor: Will Shortz
Norma Steinberg
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 41 for Ms. Steinberg. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Kiss : BUSS
5. Mrs. Parks from Montgomery : ROSA
9. Actress Lawrence : VICKI
14. Russia's ____ Mountains : URAL
15. "____ it my way" (Sinatra lyric) : IDID
16. Was in pain : ACHED
17. Suffix with convert : IBLE
18. Straw vote : POLL
19. Oyster cloister : SHELL
20. Welfare office employees, e.g. : CASEWORKERS
23. Snoop : SPY
24. Rogues : KNAVES
25. Cook, as a turkey : ROAST
27. "Come in!" : ENTER
30. Teeth straighteners : BRACES
33. Dole or Hoskins : BOB
36. Thingamajig : DEVICE
38. ____ music (Weavers' genre) : FOLK
39. Walrus tusks : IVORY
41. Fraternity letter : ETA
42. Shade of green : KELLY
43. Curbside cry : TAXI
44. Intl. assn. for learning : UNESCO
46. 1981 film "____ Boot" : DAS
47. Skiing areas : SLOPES
49. Midgetlike : SHORT
51. "Cherchez la ___!" : FEMME
53. Illinois city : PEORIA
57. Former mil. auxiliary : WAF
59. Drive fast : BARRELALONG
62. Friend south of the border : AMIGO
64. PBS science series : NOVA
65. Israel's Abba : EBAN
66. Shoestrings : LACES
67. Bridge : SPAN
68. Eat fancily : DINE
69. Risk takers may find them shaky : KNEES
70. Manage, as a bar : TEND
71. Singles : ONES
1. Century or Le Sabre : BUICK
2. City-related : URBAN
3. Hot sauce : SALSA
4. Jacket part : SLEEVE
5. Snappy comeback : RIPOSTE
6. Olfactory stimulation : ODOR
7. Fine stocking material : SILK
8. Psychologist Alfred : ADLER
9. Poughkeepsie campus : VASSAR
10. German "I" : ICH
11. Winter woe : CHESTCOLD
12. Seaweed : KELP
13. Casually : IDLY
21. "Peter Pan" girl : WENDY
22. Caftan : ROBE
26. Ump's call : SAFE
28. Neck and neck : EVEN
29. Ceremonies : RITES
31. Jazzy Fitzgerald : ELLA
32. "The ____ the limit!" : SKYS
33. Computer units : BITS
34. Elliptical : OVAL
35. Ticket sales : BOXOFFICE
37. ____ and carry : CASH
40. Ready for harvest : RIPE
42. "M*A*S*H" locale : KOREA
44. West Point inits. : USMA
45. "Billy the Kid" composer : COPLAND
48. Print in relief : EMBOSS
50. Spanish city : TOLEDO
52. Artist Max : ERNST
54. Bruce Wayne's ward : ROBIN
55. Nonsensical : INANE
56. Memorable 1972 hurricane : AGNES
57. Beat the rap : WALK
58. To ____ (unanimously) : AMAN
60. Cowboy's equipment : ROPE
61. Writer Hunter : EVAN
63. "Golly!" : GEE

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