New York Times, Monday, February 17, 1997

Author: R. Hughes
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Hughes
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {BQV} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Hughes. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Sandwich shop : DELI
5. Fitzgerald and others : ELLAS
10. "We're looking for ___ good men" : AFEW
14. North Carolina college : ELON
15. Gettysburg victor : MEADE
16. Pepsi, for one : COLA
17. 41339 : JACKSONKENTUCKY
20. Sweet liqueur : ANISETTE
21. Gallic girlfriends : AMIES
22. Ascot : TIE
23. ___-Coburg-Gotha (British royal house) : SAXE
25. 62060 : MADISONILLINOIS
33. Affixed with heat, as a patch : IRONON
34. ___ number on (mess up) : DOA
35. Campground letters : KOA
36. 20's gangster Bugs ___ : MORAN
37. Each of the numbers in this puzzle's theme : ZIP
38. Being a copycat : APING
40. They: Fr. : ILS
41. ___ Tse-tung : MAO
42. Tone deafness : ASONIA
43. 49236 : CLINTONMICHIGAN
47. "Horrors!" : OHMY
48. Hawaiian wreath : LEI
49. Companionless : ALONE
52. They're handy by phones : NOTEPADS
57. 97352 : JEFFERSONOREGON
60. I in "The King and I" : ANNA
61. Heathen : PAGAN
62. Glow : AURA
63. Cheer (for) : ROOT
64. Lodge member : MOOSE
65. Reading light : LAMP
1. "It was ___ vu all over again" : DEJA
2. Enthusiasm : ELAN
3. Graph points : LOCI
4. Signs, as a contract : INKS
5. Sentiment : EMOTION
6. Of the pre-Easter season : LENTEN
7. TV's Ricki : LAKE
8. Summer refresher : ADE
9. Thurmond, e.g.: Abbr. : SEN
10. Shrewdness : ACUMEN
11. Points of convergence : FOCI
12. Actress Sommer : ELKE
13. Streets and avenues : WAYS
18. Places atop : SETSON
19. Metered vehicle : TAXI
23. Ladled-out food : SLOP
24. Pie ___ mode : ALA
25. Copycat : MIMIC
26. On ___ (proceeding successfully) : AROLL
27. Back: Prefix : DORSI
28. Pig ___ poke : INA
29. Dialect : IDIOM
30. Approving : OKING
31. Ancient Aegean land : IONIA
32. Late astronomer Carl : SAGAN
37. Like the Marx Brothers : ZANY
38. More pale : ASHIER
39. Taro dish : POI
41. "Hi ___!" (fan's message) : MOM
42. Common solvent : ACETONE
44. Like many diet products : NONFAT
45. Quaker pronoun : THEE
46. Actress Massey et al. : ILONAS
49. Slightly open : AJAR
50. Late-night host : LENO
51. ___ consequence (insignificant) : OFNO
52. Canceled : NOGO
53. Bells' sound : PEAL
54. Water, to Joaquin : AGUA
55. College student's home : DORM
56. Rice Krispies sound : SNAP
58. Engine speed, for short : RPM
59. ___ Paulo, Brazil : SAO

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