New York Times, Monday, December 19, 1994

Author: Sidney L. Robbins
Editor: Will Shortz
Sidney L. Robbins
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: {BFJQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 170 for Mr. Robbins. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Came up : AROSE
6. Good farm soil : LOAM
10. Son of Seth : ENOS
14. 1981 John Lennon hit : WOMAN
15. Formerly : ONCE
16. Songbird : LARK
17. "Blithe Spirit" playwright : NOELCOWARD
19. Wearing-out point for pants : KNEE
20. Creek : STREAM
21. Tidy : NEAT
23. Vintage : OLD
24. Fr. ladies : MMES
26. Toboggans : SLEDS
28. Fondle : PET
31. "Not guilty," e.g. : PLEA
33. Stow in a ship's hold : STEEVE
36. _____ bomb : ATOM
38. Miss Cinders of early comics : ELLA
40. Spy work, for short : RECON
41. Songs sung from house to house : CHRISTMASCAROLS
44. Succinct : TERSE
45. Looped handle : ANSA
46. Within: Prefix : ENTO
47. Kind of hammer : SLEDGE
49. Texas pioneer Houston et al. : SAMS
51. _____ es Salaam : DAR
52. Midnights' counterparts : NOONS
54. "Alice" diner : MELS
56. Pussy : CAT
58. Tie fabric : SILK
60. Lariats : RIATAS
64. Sills solo : ARIA
66. Seasonal worker : SANTACLAUS
68. Bridge feat : SLAM
69. Heinz number, to Ovid : LVII
70. Happening : EVENT
71. "O _____ Night" : HOLY
72. Town near Padua : ESTE
73. Schmoes : DOLTS
1. Bristles : AWNS
2. Cheer (for) : ROOT
3. Hebrew dry measure : OMER
4. City of witch hunts : SALEM
5. Pitch tents : ENCAMP
6. Temperature extreme : LOW
7. _____ even keel : ONAN
8. Lots of lots : ACRES
9. Military awards : MEDALS
10. Antelered animal : ELK
11. Not much time : NANOSECOND
12. Pitcher Hershiser : OREL
13. Calendar a la Variety : SKED
18. Eggs-and-cheese dish : OMELET
22. Aquarium fish : TETRA
25. 1965 march site : SELMA
27. Lawn mower brand : DEERE
28. Agreements : PACTS
29. Miss Barrymore : ETHEL
30. Like a downpour : TORRENTIAL
32. Astronaut Shepard et al. : ALANS
34. Upper _____ (now Burkina Faso) : VOLTA
35. TV newsman David : ENSOR
37. Err : MISDO
39. State of India : ASSAM
42. Lilies : SEGOS
43. Minolta, e.g. : CAMERA
48. Isolate : ENISLE
50. Cut : SLICED
53. Serbs and Croats : SLAVS
55. Round of cheers : SALVO
56. Neither check nor charge : CASH
57. Singer Guthrie : ARLO
59. Make stockings : KNIT
61. Far East weight : TAEL
62. Polly, to Tom : AUNT
63. Fast planes : SSTS
65. 1948 song "Once in Love With _____" : AMY
67. Come out even : TIE

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