New York Times, Friday, November 22, 1996

Author: A. K. Justin
Editor: Will Shortz
Alex K. Justin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FQVXZ} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 16 for Mr. Justin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Kind of grand : BABY
5. Garden feature : ARBOR
10. 1934 Pulitzer author Herbert : AGAR
14. Tonic-yielding plant : ALOE
15. Triple crown : TIARA
16. Sport for heavyweights : SUMO
17. 36-Across song from "To Have and Have Not" : HOWLITTLEWEKNOW
20. Collectors' event : SWAPMEET
21. Certain cycle : RINSE
22. Demand : INSISTON
25. Hinge : DEPEND
29. Crux : MEAT
30. Kind of genl. : ADJ
33. "I second that!" : AMEN
34. Cousin of a raccoon : COATI
35. Miracle-___ : GRO
36. Singer-songwriter born 11/22/1899 : HOAGYCARMICHAEL
40. Grads of O.T.S. : LTS
41. Fierce-tempered sort, they say : ARIES
42. Bibliographical abbr. : ETAL
43. Picture : SEE
44. Skid row radio station? : WINO
45. Pictures : CINEMA
47. The Left : LIBERALS
49. Last name in cosmetics : ARDEN
52. Somehow : INASENSE
57. 1960 Grammy-winning song by 36-Across : GEORGIAONMYMIND
60. The Aragon flows into it : EBRO
61. With no hope left : ALLUP
62. ___ instant : INAN
63. "The Open Window" storyteller : SAKI
64. Nobelist Bohr : NIELS
65. Kind of party : TOGA
1. Critical replies : BAHS
2. In the hold, nautically : ALOW
3. Larry of 70's-80's baseball : BOWA
4. Kennel cry : YELP
5. Go to : ATTEND
6. Priests' duties : RITES
7. 36-Across song from "To Have and Have Not" : BALTIMOREORIOLE
8. It runs in veins : ORE
9. Like 8-Down : RAW
10. Open the front door for, as a guest : ASKIN
11. TV private eye Peter : GUNN
12. Biblical sheep-farmer : AMOS
13. "Tamerlane" tragedian : ROWE
18. Poker player's declaration : IMIN
19. Amatory : EROTIC
23. Fashion lines : SEAMS
24. "Play Time" actor and director : TATI
25. Arlene and Roald : DAHLS
26. Play without restraint : EMOTE
27. Porridge ingredient : PEASE
28. Famous twin : ENG
30. Fine-print type : AGATE
31. Late-night show? : DREAM
32. La ___, Calif. : JOLLA
34. "Noises Off" co-star, 1992 : CAINE
37. Going off course : YAWING
38. Cheat : CRIB
39. Egg protector : HEN
45. Operating room necessities : CLAMPS
46. Paris suburb on the Seine : ISSY
47. "Vive ___!" : LEROI
48. Bring to naught : ANNUL
49. Years on end : AGES
50. First name at Opryland USA : REBA
51. Hardly Mr. Cool : DORK
53. Let out : EMIT
54. Chiapas child : NINO
55. Fly in the ointment : SNAG
56. Writer Buchanan : EDNA
58. Actor Holm : IAN
59. She was Jenny in "Love Story" : ALI

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