New York Times, Monday, December 26, 1994

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. "Julius Caesar" role : CATO
5. Shall not, old-style : SHANT
10. Actress Drescher of "The Nanny" : FRAN
14. The third man : ABEL
15. Red, white or blue : COLOR
16. San _____ (Riviera's resort) : REMO
17. Uncle Ben's dish : RICE
18. Rod Stewart's ex : ALANA
19. "What's _____ for me?" : INIT
20. James Cook ship : RESOLUTION
22. Hardy heroine : TESS
23. FedEx rival : UPS
24. Words after "Oh yeah?" : SEZWHO
26. Smiles smugly : SMIRKS
30. Doe's mate : STAG
32. "Tippy" boat : CANOE
33. Henry Hudson ship : DISCOVERY
38. Tough-guy actor Ray : ALDO
39. Corday's victim : MARAT
40. Gen. Robt. _____ : ELEE
41. William Bradford ship : MAYFLOWER
43. Sports facility : ARENA
44. Charged particles : IONS
45. Shorebird : PLOVER
46. Indiana college : GOSHEN
50. Coach Parseghian : ARA
51. A Great Lake : ERIE
52. Sir Francis Drake ship : GOLDENHIND
59. Breakfast order : EGGS
60. Neeson and O'Flaherty : LIAMS
61. German-Polish border river : ODER
62. Avec's opposite : SANS
63. Stan's friend, in old films : OLLIE
64. Tableland : MESA
65. First word of Massachussett's motto : ENSE
66. Lawman Earp : WYATT
67. "_____ as 1, 2, 3" : EASY
1. Mystery writer John Dickson _____ : CARR
2. He had an Irish Rose : ABIE
3. Private eyes, in slang : TECS
4. Butterine : OLEO
5. Diving ducks : SCAUPS
6. Romance novelist Victoria et al. : HOLTS
7. Jai ______ : ALAI
8. Taboo : NONO
9. Conduct, as business : TRANSACT
10. Sen. Hollings : FRITZ
11. Extend, as a subscription : RENEW
12. Some Mennonites : AMISH
13. Untrue : NOTSO
21. One of the Gospels : LUKE
25. Swelled head : EGO
26. Ripoff : SCAM
27. _____ fides (bad faith): Lat. : MALA
28. _____ 500 : INDY
29. Heliport site, often : ROOF
30. Fillies' fathers : SIRES
31. Moscow ruler : TSAR
33. Sunup : DAWN
34. _____ Beach, Fla. : VERO
35. Hgt. : ELEV
36. Artist Magritte : RENE
37. Vintage : YEAR
39. Clair de lune : MOONGLOW
42. Tell a whopper : LIE
43. A.A. Milne's first name : ALAN
45. Coffee-maker switch : PRESET
46. V-formation fliers : GEESE
47. Sidewalk grinder's instrument : ORGAN
48. "Stop" and "Merge", e.g. : SIGNS
49. Novelist Hermann : HESSE
50. Fess up : ADMIT
53. Unctuous : OILY
54. Carol syllables : LALA
55. "Fourth base" : HOME
56. Notion : IDEA
57. An Untouchable : NESS
58. Cart : DRAY

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