New York Times, Thursday, February 15, 1996

Author: Matt Gaffney
Editor: Will Shortz
Matt Gaffney
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 20 for Mr. Gaffney. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Shoelace end : AGLET
6. They have arches : FEET
10. Legal scholar Guinier : LANI
14. Follow back to the source : TRACE
15. Nullify : UNDO
16. It follows deuce in tennis : ADIN
17. Reason to wear a hat? : BADHAIRDAY
19. Grandmother : NANA
20. Working : ATIT
21. Replay feature : SLOMO
22. Midwest university town : AMES
23. Japanese cabbage : YEN
24. Ones with cases : DAS
25. Lover of Pyramus : THISBE
27. Phrase of agreement : SODOI
29. Cote de___ (French entree) : VEAU
31. Tore : RAN
32. Lined up : INAROW
34. Train company stocks : RAILS
36. Leader of 1547 : IVANTHETERRIBLE
40. "Mother Goose Suite" composer : RAVEL
41. Focus (on) : ZEROIN
42. "Aladdin" prince : ALI
43. Certain kitties, for short : IRAS
45. Fistfight : SETTO
48. Less of a mess : NEATER
50. TD's are worth 6 : PTS
51. Rap sheet abbr. : AKA
53. Having as a hobby : INTO
54. Jose Cruz, notably : ASTRO
57. Croat, e.g. : SLAV
58. Having a pH value of less than 7 : ACID
59. Bewitching stare : THEEVILEYE
61. Spanish boy : NINO
62. Seemingly forever : EONS
63. Schlemiel : LOSER
64. Can't stand the weight : SAGS
65. Popular pencil-and-paper game : DOTS
66. English music festival site : LEEDS
1. Held off : ATBAY
2. Problems for high heels : GRATES
3. Judeo-Spanish : LADINO
4. Real: Ger. : ECHT
5. British break : TEA
6. Rolls up : FURLS
7. Opposite of exo- : ENDO
8. Kind of cheese : EDAM
9. Car since 1935 : TOYOTA
10. ___City, Hawaii : LANAI
11. Eve, biblically : ADAMSRIB
12. Pool hall game : NINEBALL
13. From one perspective : INASENSE
18. Whence the line "For unto us a child is born" : ISAIAH
24. "Be honest!" : DONTLIE
26. Goes chop-chop : HURRIES
28. Banquet : DINE
29. Democratic doings : VOTES
30. Pitcher : EWER
33. ___Pahlevi, former Shah : REZA
35. Four Tops hit "__No Woman" : AINT
36. 33-Down's subjects : IRANIANS
37. Variety of orange : VALENCIA
38. Flying : AVIATING
39. Russian city on the Don : ROSTOV
44. Unfit for kids : RRATED
46. "Honor Thy Father" author : TALESE
47. Confirmed : OKAYED
49. Fusses : TODOS
50. Weightroom choice : PRESS
52. States : AVERS
55. Word to a fly : SHOO
56. Scout shelter : TENT
57. Liqueur flavor : SLOE
60. Poorly : ILL

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