New York Times, Saturday, November 2, 1996

Author: J. DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Cores : HUBS
5. Traffic stopper : DRAWBRIDGE
15. Shade of blue : OPAL
16. Whence the phrase "I am Alpha and Omega" : REVELATION
17. German communications center in W.W. II : STLO
18. It has many diamond figures : SCOREBOARD
19. Some shirts : POLOS
21. Actor Jack : WEBB
22. "WKRP" character : LES
23. Hidden, as a pig : INAPOKE
26. Small drawing? : SIP
28. Andy Kaufman TV co-star : TONYDANZA
31. Site of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy : TUFTS
35. Proxy: Abbr. : AGT
36. Susan of "Goldengirl" : ANTON
37. Dismantle : STRIP
38. Be hopping mad : BOIL
40. Kind of cartridge : TONER
42. Writer Janowitz : TAMA
43. Actress Anderson et al. : LONIS
45. Staff directives : MEMOS
47. Calendar abbr. : DEC
48. Fluid accumulation : EDEMA
49. 1980 N.F.L. Player of the Year : BRIANSIPE
51. Jim Bakker ministry, for short : PTL
53. Words of Jesus : ARAMAIC
54. Was up (for) : RAN
57. Tip, in a way : DOFF
60. Testator : GIVER
61. Site of a state university : ORONOMAINE
65. Cape ___ (westernmost point in continental Europe) : ROCA
66. Book-of-the-Month Club's owner : TIMEWARNER
67. Pitch indicator : CLEF
68. They sometimes get honked : CLOWNNOSES
69. Legion : HOST
1. Welcoming : HOSPITABLE
2. Mischievous : UPTONOGOOD
3. Noted name in book publishing : BALLANTINE
4. Title name in a 1965 #1 hit : SLOOPY
5. Pepper et al. : DRS
6. VCR option: Abbr. : REC
7. State with conviction : AVOW
8. Word before "#1" : WERE
9. Small blisters : BLEBS
10. ___ foot : RABBITS
11. "Am ___ blame?" : ITO
12. Phone : DIAL
13. #2 : GORE
14. Cricket wickets : ENDS
20. Lab reagent : SODA
24. "Metaphysics of Morals" writer : KANT
25. Bury : ENTOMB
27. Short shot : PUTT
29. Certain regulator : ZONER
30. Lack of energy : ANEMIA
32. One way to serve shrimp : FRADIAVOLO
33. Watches : TIMEPIECES
34. Saucers and such : SPACECRAFT
39. Favor one side : LIMP
41. Surf's sound : ROAR
44. Rested : SATDOWN
46. Hit a ___ : SNAG
50. Discrediting act : SMIRCH
52. Miller character : LOMAN
54. H.S. or coll. program : ROTC
55. Seed appendage : ARIL
56. 1995 N.L. Rookie of the Year : NOMO
58. Game in which all the spades are laid out : FARO
59. Swimming gear : FINS
62. Mint : NEW
63. Word on French gravestones : NEE
64. Hosp. units : ERS

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