New York Times, Wednesday, November 22, 1995

Author: Chuck Deodene
Editor: Will Shortz
Chuck Deodene
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {FQVZ} This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Deodene. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Trendy : CHIC
5. Asian monk : LAMA
9. Yield : CEDE
13. "That smarts!" : OUCH
14. Whiffs : ODORS
16. "Roots" author Haley : ALEX
17. Special Forces member : GREENBERET
19. Houston campus : RICE
20. Low : MOO
21. Tropical cuckoo : ANI
22. ____ Tass news agency : ITAR
23. "I've ____ up to here!" : HADIT
26. Judo master : BLACKBELT
28. Wretched : ABYSMAL
30. Drive away : SHOO
31. World Series losers, 1919 : WHITESOX
33. Lactose, e.g. : SUGAR
37. Laertes, to Polonius : SON
38. V.S. Naipaul's "____ in the River" : ABEND
41. Vitamin bottle abbr. : RDA
42. Rye fungus : ERGOT
45. Ballet movie of 1948, with "The" : REDSHOES
48. "No bid" : PASS
51. Spire : STEEPLE
52. Neil Diamond hit "Forever in ____" : BLUEJEANS
56. A deadly sin : GREED
57. Gain deservedly : EARN
58. Paris byway : RUE
59. Cousin of "Mayday!" : SOS
60. Web-footed birds : AUKS
61. Storm trooper : BROWNSHIRT
66. Balsam, e.g. : TREE
67. 1967 battleground : SINAI
68. Actress McClurg : EDIE
69. Casa room : SALA
70. Right-hand man: Abbr. : ASST
71. Oxen harness : YOKE
1. Tooth : COG
2. "Ben ____" : HUR
3. It goes with the floe : ICE
4. Apothecary, in London : CHEMIST
5. Claude Akins TV role : LOBO
6. Picnic quaff : ADE
7. Lesson to be learned : MORAL
8. Sporting venues : ARENAS
9. American reindeer : CARIBOU
10. Upper crust : ELITE
11. Stick-on label : DECAL
12. Apply, as force : EXERT
15. German netman Michael : STICH
18. Words of disavowal : NOTME
23. Hole for an anchor cable : HAWSE
24. Detest : ABHOR
25. Subsiding, with "down" : DYING
26. 1958 sci-fi terror, with "the" : BLOB
27. Renders unconscious, briefly : KOS
29. Botanist Gray : ASA
32. One who crosses out : XER
34. Feel one's way : GROPE
35. Fred Astaire's sister : ADELE
36. Leveled, in Leeds : RASED
39. Eerie loch : NESS
40. Potent pesticide : DDT
43. It's beyond the harbor : OPENSEA
44. ____ Mahal : TAJ
46. Utah lilies : SEGOS
47. Chocolate town, U.S.A. : HERSHEY
49. Belgrade natives : SERBS
50. Lizards, scientifically : SAURIA
52. Pulses : BEATS
53. Singer Branigan : LAURA
54. "Family Matters" nerd : URKEL
55. Glowing signs : NEONS
59. Huff : SNIT
62. Existed : WAS
63. Nuptial phrase : IDO
64. N.B.A. star Smits : RIK
65. Golf prop : TEE

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