New York Times, Saturday, December 11, 1993

Author: Robert H. Wolfe
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert H. Wolfe
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 24 for Mr. Wolfe. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Kind of race or queen : DRAG
5. _____ point : PETIT
10. Malign : SLUR
14. Morning wind personified : AURA
15. Rocket stage : AGENA
16. Actress Sedgwick : KYRA
17. End of "America the Beautiful," in brief : FROMCTOSHININGC
20. Circus workers : TAMERS
21. All-purpose song lyrics : LALA
22. Society page word : NEE
23. Put on board : LADE
24. 1987 #1 hit by Heart : ALONE
26. Playmate : PAL
29. Learned : ERUDITE
33. Success story : ACHIEVER
38. To be, in Paree : ETRE
39. Beatitudes phrase, in brief : BLESSEDRTHEMEEK
43. Cotton pod : BOLL
44. They're alphabetized in phone directories : SURNAMES
45. Books that suffer where and tear? : ATLASES
49. Queensland neighbor: Abbr. : NSW
50. Customs : MORES
52. Broadway's Harold : ROME
56. 1981 Blake Edwards comedy : SOB
59. Plaster backing : LATH
60. Thermoplastics : SARANS
62. Event of 12/16/1773, in brief : THEBOSTONTPARTY
65. Deputy : AIDE
66. Actress Verdugo : ELENA
67. Debt satisfier : LIEN
68. Winning margin, maybe : NOSE
69. Haggadah reading occasion : SEDER
70. Peeved : SORE
1. Unhinged : DAFT
2. Part of R.E.A. : RURAL
3. Bouquet : AROMA
4. Staked : GAMED
5. Congratulates in a way : PATS
6. Kind of mania : EGO
7. Inventor Nikola : TESLA
8. Take a drag on : INHALE
9. Shakespeare's Robin Starveling : TAILOR
10. Schuss : SKI
11. Boston suburb : LYNN
12. Push for : URGE
13. Iditarod, e.g. : RACE
18. Brunch fare : CREPES
19. Part of Mork's sign-off : NANU
25. Swelling : EDEMA
27. _____ atque vale : AVE
28. Ruled : LED
30. Particular : ITEM
31. Math diagram : TREE
32. Comic screams : EEKS
33. Palindromic pop group : ABBA
34. Coagulate : CLOT
35. "The Divine Comedy" locale : HELL
36. Arabic word meaning "submission" : ISLAM
37. B. & O., and others : RRS
40. Large wine cask : TUN
41. Nolte's "48 _____" : HRS
42. Bundle up : ENWRAP
46. Tutti's opposite, in music : SOLO
47. Does away with : ERASES
48. Finalize : SETTLE
51. Like some horses : SHOED
53. Feared exams : ORALS
54. Linguist Pei : MARIO
55. Register : ENTER
56. Saxophonist Getz : STAN
57. Columbus's home : OHIO
58. Some of them are twins : BEDS
60. Wisher's sight : STAR
61. New Year's word : SYNE
63. Busy one : BEE
64. Ship's heading : NNE

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