New York Times, Friday, February 24, 1995

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33 Missing: {J} This is puzzle # 9 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Unembellished : STRAIGHT
9. Breakfast cereal pioneer : CWPOST
15. This could have been fixed : QUIZSHOW
16. Farmhand : REAPER
17. Rude : UNPOLITE
18. Bring about : INDUCE
19. Words with hole or two : INONE
20. Very unpopular : HATED
22. Actor Chaney : LON
23. Bad-mouth : DIS
24. Scavenger hunt participant : SEEKER
26. Market : VEND
27. Son of Adam : SETH
29. Debutante, for one : LASS
30. #1 song for the Association, 1967 : WINDY
31. Part of Cousteau's world : SEABED
33. Candy : SWEETS
35. Beat it : LAM
36. Beat it : RAN
37. Kind of radio program : CALLIN
40. Brunei's island : BORNEO
43. Intimate center : BOSOM
44. Representation : ICON
46. Cobras : ASPS
48. Over : ANEW
49. Golf club feature : FLANGE
51. Kind of brain : PEA
52. Road map abbr. : RTE
53. Output : YIELD
54. With : AMONG
56. Go-_____ : GETTER
58. Health club employee : MASSEUSE
60. Force out : EXHALE
61. Departures : EGRESSES
62. Brews : STEEPS
63. Tie : DEADHEAT
1. Cuttlefish kin : SQUIDS
2. Bluefins : TUNNIES
3. Comeback : RIPOSTE
4. Radio-controlled aerial bomb : AZON
5. British _____ : ISLES
6. Alphabet trio : GHI
7. Impetuous one : HOTHEAD
8. Pinches : TWEAKS
9. Colonial newsman : CRIER
10. Proceed : WEND
11. Steno's need : PAD
12. Sumptuous : OPULENT
13. Supports, in a way : SECONDS
14. Up-to-date : TRENDY
21. Actress Harper : TESS
25. Tropical resin : ELEMI
26. Congress site of 1814-15 : VIENNA
28. Consecrate : HALLOW
30. Have on : WEAR
32. Calamine lotion, e.g. : BALM
34. Treat unfairly : WRONG
37. Circumstances : CONTEXT
38. Irate : ASEETHE
39. Lake Victoria outlet : NILE
40. Chains : BONDAGE
41. Champion : ESPOUSE
42. The briny : OPENSEA
43. Makes an unannounced entrance, with "in" : BARGES
45. Settled : CALMED
47. Most prudent : SAGEST
49. Removes, in a way : FIRES
50. Uncomplicated : EASED
53. Kennel sound : YELP
55. Engage : MESH
57. Menlo Park monogram : TAE
59. Mrs., in Madrid : SRA

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