New York Times, Tuesday, February 25, 1997

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJKQWZ} This is puzzle # 43 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Cobblers : PIES
5. City near Phoenix : TEMPE
10. "Half-Breed" singer : CHER
14. Med. sch. course : ANAT
15. All possible : EVERY
16. Part of A.P.R. : RATE
17. Nimble : SPRY
18. Dancer Jeanmaire : RENEE
19. Persia, today : IRAN
20. The Boy King : TUT
21. Sculpture in the Louvre : VENUSDEMILO
23. Madalyn O'Hair, e.g. : ATHEIST
25. "Norma ___" : RAE
26. Deborah's role in "The King and I" : ANNA
27. Reason for a small craft advisory : CROSSSEA
32. Paris newspaper, with "Le" : MONDE
34. Blow one's top : ERUPT
35. Circle segment : ARC
36. Baker's dozen : EGGS
37. Sign of spring : ARIES
38. Headliner : STAR
39. What Dorian Gray didn't do : AGE
40. "___ Irish Rose" : ABIES
41. Computer device : MOUSE
42. Dogpatch dweller : LILABNER
44. Author John Dickson ___ : CARR
45. Bill's partner : COO
46. Costa Rican export : BANANAS
49. Former Ford offering : MERCURYLYNX
54. Org. that sticks to its guns : NRA
55. Bread spread : OLEO
56. Memorable ship : MAINE
57. Count calories : DIET
58. Gen. Bradley : OMAR
59. Modify : ALTER
60. ___ Domini : ANNO
61. Precious metal : GOLD
62. Lascivious looks : LEERS
63. He was a "Giant" star : DEAN
1. Naples noodles : PASTA
2. Enter, as data : INPUT
3. 1955 hit for the Crew-Cuts : EARTHANGEL
4. Pig's digs : STY
5. Mother ___ : TERESA
6. The Super Bowl, e.g. : EVENT
7. Diner's card : MENU
8. Nov. electee : PRES
9. Tears? : EYEDROPS
10. "___ and Misdemeanors" : CRIMES
11. Mata ___ : HARI
12. Useful Latin abbr. : ETAL
13. Gambler's mecca : RENO
21. Ivy plant : VINE
22. It may be Far or Near : EAST
24. Brings to a close : ENDS
27. Town ___ (early newsman) : CRIER
28. Regrets : RUES
29. Apollo mission : SATURNNINE
30. Intervals of history : ERAS
31. Farm measure : ACRE
32. Repast : MEAL
33. Today, in Turin : OGGI
34. Southernmost Great Lake : ERIE
37. Irregular : ABNORMAL
38. Carolina rail : SORA
40. "___ Ben Adhem" (Leigh Hunt poem) : ABOU
41. Tailless cat : MANX
43. International agreement : ACCORD
44. Wickerworkers : CANERS
46. Sketch comic John : BYNER
47. Sports center : ARENA
48. Squelched : SATON
49. Synthesizer man : MOOG
50. "Tickle Me" doll : ELMO
51. Genuine : REAL
52. Where Bill met Hillary : YALE
53. Lo-fat : LITE
57. Father figure : DAD

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