New York Times, Wednesday, December 11, 1996

Author: F. & L. Sabin
Editor: Will Shortz
Fran Sabin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 14 for Ms. Sabin. This is puzzle # 118 for Mr. Sabin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Brighton pub : LOCAL
6. Retreat : LAIR
10. Pull an all-nighter : CRAM
14. Mitchell family name : OHARA
15. One, to Wilhelm : EINE
16. Proctor & Gamble soap : LAVA
17. Like an inner tube, geometrically : TORIC
18. Catch : GRAB
19. Kind of rock : ACID
20. Lo-o-o-ong efforts from a QB? : THREEDAYPASSES
23. It must be followed : SUIT
24. Hot times on the Riviera : ETES
25. It runs up trees : SAP
28. Computer adjunct : PRINTER
30. Jack of clubs, in cards : PAM
33. Geographical datum : AREA
35. Early baby word : GOO
36. One who's practical and tidy, they say : VIRGO
38. Switches receivers? : TURNSENDOVEREND
42. Tin can's target : UBOAT
43. 60's singer Little ___ : EVA
44. Memorable New York Met Tommie : AGEE
45. Prospector's need : PAN
46. Pompous pronoun : OURSELF
50. Minerva, symbolically : OWL
51. Coin catalogue rating : FINE
52. Swamp thing : REED
54. Navy's anti-Army strategy? : BLOCKANDTACKLE
60. Betting sum : POOL
61. Suffix with switch : EROO
62. More foxy : SLIER
63. Teen Beat cover subject : IDOL
64. Ivy League power : PENN
65. Floor worker : TILER
66. Address with ZIP code 10001: Abbr. : NYNY
67. Elder or alder : TREE
68. Pimlico garb : SILKS
1. Sen. Trent : LOTT
2. Cry of excitement : OHOH
3. N.F.L. co-founder Joe : CARR
4. Constellation near Perseus : ARIES
5. Prepare to tie shoes : LACEUP
6. Envoy's assignment : LEGATION
7. Open to breezes : AIRY
8. Peeved : INAPET
9. Payback : REBATE
10. Teacher's charge : CLASS
11. Word with arms or foot : RACE
12. Hertz rival : AVIS
13. Daft : MAD
21. Gloomy tune : DIRGE
22. Do one's duty : SERVE
25. Became alert : SATUP
26. Island NE of Maracaibo : ARUBA
27. He was called "El Lider" : PERON
29. Bumps : NODES
30. Polite Italian word : PREGO
31. Discredited Veep : AGNEW
32. Fashion figure : MODEL
34. Alicia of "Falcon Crest" : ANA
37. Tax-deferred plan, for short : IRA
39. Uncomplaining : STOIC
40. Burnt, or practically so : OVERDONE
41. Man's man : VALET
47. Broken, as promises : UNKEPT
48. Parent : REARER
49. Luaus : FEASTS
51. Bad move : FOLLY
53. CCCXXVI doubled : DCLII
54. Good wine quality : BODY
55. Screwball : LOON
56. ___ of the above : NONE
57. Hunter's take : KILL
58. Onion's kin : LEEK
59. Misreckons : ERRS
60. Hem holder : PIN

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