New York Times, Thursday, November 28, 1996

Author: B. Klahn
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Klahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 20 for Mr. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Hospital status : COMA
5. 1816 novel made into a 1996 film : EMMA
9. Pulitzer-winning columnist Mike : ROYKO
14. Churchill's "___ Country" : AFAR
15. Lick : BEAT
16. Swimming gold medalist Janet : EVANS
17. Parents to teen-age child, part 1 : IFYOUWANT
19. Scylla or Charybdis : PERIL
20. "Concentration" puzzle : REBUS
21. Parents to child, part 2 : TOLEARNTO
23. "Potemkin" setting : ODESSA
25. Brings up : REARS
26. First name in mystery : ERLE
28. Prizes : ESTEEMS
32. Puts it to : ASKS
35. Jung's opposite : ALT
37. Prepared for a drive : TEEDUP
38. Blow away : AWE
39. Parents to child, part 3 : DRIVEWE
41. Blow it : ERR
42. Redeem, in a way : RANSOM
44. ___-cone : SNO
45. Very dark : INKY
46. Vanity case? : EGOTRIP
48. N.Y. neighbor : CONN
50. Lovers' lane? : AISLE
52. Relative of Icelandic : DANISH
56. Parents to child, part 4 : WONTSTAND
60. Vice cop : NARCO
61. Viva voce : ALOUD
62. Parents to child, part 5 : INYOURWAY
64. "The Turn of the Screw" girl : FLORA
65. Couple : DUAD
66. Soup flavoring : DILL
67. Chief Justice after Marshall : TANEY
68. Trig figure : SINE
69. Snicker follower : SNEE
1. Where "Aida" premiered : CAIRO
2. Slew, in slang : OFFED
3. Gershwin song of 1926 : MAYBE
4. Fires up : AROUSES
5. "Charlotte's Web" inits. : EBW
6. Ham, lamb or Spam : MEAT
7. Mount Vernon, for one : MANOR
8. Postwar P.M. : ATTLEE
9. Clever conversation : REPARTEE
10. Supervise : OVERSEE
11. Shaggy-dog story : YARN
12. Interlock : KNIT
13. 1952 Olympics host : OSLO
18. 1980 Olympics host : USSR
22. "The Outlaw Josey Wales" director : EASTWOOD
24. Chicken Little, for one : ALARMIST
27. Biblical high priest : ELI
29. Land west of Nod : EDEN
30. Darkness : MURK
31. Peppy : SPRY
32. It has banks in Bern : AARE
33. Booty : SWAG
34. Numbers game : KENO
36. Cable outlets : TVS
39. Calamity Jane actress, 1953 : DORISDAY
40. Abbr. at the bottom of a letter : ENC
43. Height : STATURE
45. Guts : INNARDS
47. Tartans : PLAIDS
49. Part of Mork's goodbye : NANU
51. Taedium vitae : ENNUI
53. "Professor" Corey : IRWIN
54. Plate of salmon, e.g. : SCALE
55. Game expert Edmond : HOYLE
56. Blow gently : WAFT
57. Paella pot : OLLA
58. Deadline for Sheriff Kane : NOON
59. Actress Cannon : DYAN
63. Words of honor? : ODE

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