New York Times, Thursday, November 23, 1995

Author: Dorothy Elliott
Editor: Will Shortz
Dorothy Elliott
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 32 Missing: {BQ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 12 for Ms. Elliott. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Fox terrier of film : ASTA
5. Music org. since 1914 : ASCAP
10. Disney's "____ and the Detectives" : EMIL
14. Morning TV host : ZAHN
15. Single-named music star : CHARO
16. Loopy : GAGA
17. Yaks : OXEN
18. Get down to basics : TALKTURKEY
20. Name for a gobbler : TOM
21. Cheek by ____ (close) : JOWL
22. Low power hands : SKEETS
23. Captivates : ENAMORS
25. Gorge : CHASM
26. Saline septet : SEAS
27. Kind of table or room : DRESSING
30. 1924 hit "____ to Be You" : ITHAD
32. River called Liger by the ancients : LOIRE
33. Religieuse : NUN
34. Hurler Hershiser : OREL
35. Finely adjusted : TUNED
36. Numerical prefix : OCTA
37. Bankroll : WAD
38. Put punch in the punch : LACED
39. "____ of robins in her hair" : ANEST
40. Symbol of Americanism : APPLEPIE
42. Skelton's Kadiddlehopper : CLEM
43. Sculled : OARED
44. Adjective for Snow White : FAIREST
47. Team of Texans : ASTROS
49. Nary a soul : NONE
50. First-rate : ACE
51. Source of easy money : GRAVYTRAIN
53. Little matter : ATOM
54. "____ boy!" : ATTA
55. Charlotte ____ : RUSSE
56. First in a group leader to 28 Down : SOUP
57. Reading, e.g. : GAOL
58. "The Fiddler of Dooney" creator : YEATS
59. Bouffant do : AFRO
1. Nitrogen, once : AZOTE
2. Anglo's partner : SAXON
3. 60's dance : THEMASHEDPOTATO
4. Novelist Radcliffe : ANN
5. Equity members : ACTORS
6. Irwin and G.B. : SHAWS
7. Summon : CALL
8. Neighbor of La. : ARK
9. Earthenware fragment : POTSHERD
10. Way out : EGRESS
11. Beat badly : MAKEMINCEMEATOF
12. Beach Boys' "____ Around" : IGET
13. Alternative to Ruffles : LAYS
19. Edict : UKASE
21. "The Grapes of Wrath" name : JOAD
24. Farina : MEAL
25. Wailed : CRIED
27. Gifted one : DONEE
28. See 56 Across : NUTS
29. Annoying buzzer : GNAT
30. "The Music Man" locale : IOWA
31. Links hazard : TRAP
32. Crystal-clear : LUCID
35. Classic Carole King album : TAPESTRY
36. Knockout : ONER
38. Conductor Anderson : LEROY
39. "I cannot tell ____" : ALIE
41. Immature : LARVAL
42. Where the Palme d'Or is awarded : CANNES
44. Impose (on) : FOIST
45. Look high and low : SCOUR
46. Adagio, e.g. : TEMPO
47. King slain by Samuel : AGAG
48. Mlle. from Manzanares : SRTA
49. Apollo acronym : NASA
52. Feel remorse : RUE
53. ____ rule : ASA

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