New York Times, Tuesday, December 12, 1995

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJXYZ} This is puzzle # 24 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Type of novel : DIME
5. Knucklehead : CLOD
9. Continuing thought : THEME
14. Greek Mars : ARES
15. "____ Rebel" (1962 song) : HESA
16. Vacillate : WAVER
17. Harangue : RANT
18. MTV prizes : AVAS
19. Old toy company : IDEAL
20. Wyoming's motto : EQUALRIGHTS
23. Postal worker's path: Abbr. : RTE
24. Pick on : TEASE
25. "____, Brute?" : ETTU
27. Bank (on) : DEPEND
30. Skyline sight : STEEPLE
33. Language suffix : ESE
34. Belief : TENET
37. More inexperienced : RAWER
38. Mighty bit : ATOM
40. Cut off : SEVER
42. Mt. Etna flow : LAVA
43. Mt. Everest locale : NEPAL
45. Stitched : SEWED
47. Matter at court : RES
48. Abandon one's principles for money : SELLOUT
50. Hawk : PEDDLE
52. One, to Hans : EINS
53. String quartet member : VIOLA
55. Drum site : EAR
57. Arizona's motto : GODENRICHES
62. Say abruptly, with "out" : BLURT
64. Premed course: Abbr. : ANAT
65. Hillbilly's belt : ROPE
66. "The Hobbit" hero : BILBO
67. Frank Herbert sci-fi novel : DUNE
68. Mayberry boy : OPIE
69. Ale vessel : STEIN
70. Nostradamus, e.g. : SEER
71. Shirt measurement : NECK
1. Bell the cat : DARE
2. Gulf war foe : IRAQ
3. Carte du jour : MENU
4. Probate concern : ESTATE
5. Party picker-upper, maybe : CHARADES
6. Some jeans : LEVIS
7. Plains Indian : OSAGE
8. Recipe amount : DASH
9. Chubby Checker, for one : TWISTER
10. "It ____ to Be You" : HAD
11. New York's motto : EVERUPWARD
12. Entree, often : MEAT
13. ____ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
21. Pre-Easter time : LENT
22. Hanoi holiday : TET
26. Dabbling duck : TEAL
27. ____ list : DEANS
28. First name in cosmetics : ESTEE
29. Arkansas's motto with "The" : PEOPLERULE
30. Brunswick, e.g. : STEW
31. Carpenter's tool : LEVEL
32. Clear a cassette : ERASE
35. Snuggery : NEST
36. Mom's opposite : EVE
39. French Sudan, today : MALI
41. Newsperson : REPORTER
44. 2,240 pounds : LONGTON
46. Takeout shop : DELI
49. Grp. that puts the show on the road : USO
51. Wrinkle-resistant fabric : DACRON
53. Trial's locale : VENUE
54. Ludicrous : INANE
55. Declines : EBBS
56. Touched down : ALIT
58. Root beer brand : DADS
59. Rhode Island's motto : HOPE
60. Not just an ordinary novel : EPIC
61. Dig for : SEEK
63. Slugger's stat : RBI

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