New York Times, Saturday, February 3, 1996

Author: W.R. Williams
Editor: Will Shortz
Wayne Robert Williams
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29 Missing: {KVX} Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry This is puzzle # 29 for Mr. Williams. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Varnishes : JAPANS
7. Mormon councilmen : APOSTLES
15. Hatred : ANIMUS
16. Squash : ZUCCHINI
17. Having belts : ZONATE
18. Merchant : RETAILER
19. Utopias : ZIONS
20. Part of a locomotive : CAB
21. Unprocessed grain : GRIST
22. Atahualpa, for one : INCA
23. Former Cleveland Symphony conductor : SZELL
25. Prefix with liter : DECI
26. Numerical suffix : ETH
27. Fervent : ZEALOUS
29. "Help!" : SOS
30. Popular mixer : SELTZER
32. Kind of alert : SMOG
34. Candies : TREATS
35. Proceed easily : BREEZE
39. Lounger's perch : SOFA
41. Flower with colorful leaves : BEGONIA
42. Avant-garde sculptor : ARP
45. Executioner of 22-Across : PIZARRO
47. Family docs : GPS
48. Uris's "___18" : MILA
50. Guardian of Crete, in myth : TALOS
51. Sensitivity : TACT
52. Hackers and others : USERS
54. Frequent tabloid subject : LIZ
55. Actor Max von___ : SYDOW
56. Contemporary panhandler's prop : SQUEEGEE
58. Mock or knock : DERIDE
59. Like Istanbul : EURASIAN
60. Does community service, e.g. : ATONES
61. Give more thought to : REASSESS
62. Most sound : HALEST
1. Flashy in the extreme : JAZZIEST
2. Consecration performer : ANOINTER
3. Jack of diamonds and queen of spades : PINOCHLE
4. KitchenAid competitor : AMANA
5. Excessive buffs : NUTS
6. Pilot's dir. : SSE
7. Angel of death, in Judaism : AZRAEL
8. Brick homes : PUEBLOS
9. Calendar abbr. : OCT
10. Heroin, to addicts : SCAG
11. It precedes home : THIRD
12. Easter decor : LILIES
13. "Romanian Rhapsodies" composer : ENESCO
14. Marina of "Star Trek: The Next Generation" : SIRTIS
20. Drug___ : CZAR
23. Considers proper : SEESFIT
24. Walks clumsily : LUMBERS
27. Texas-based rock trio : ZZTOP
28. Forage grass : SORGO
31. Future profs : TAS
33. Storm maker : GEO
36. Swiss valley known for its resorts : ENGADINE
37. Delivery aids : ZIPCODES
38. Kind of relations : EASTWEST
40. Blooming shrubs : AZALEAS
41. Last name in Communism : BROZ
42. Entertainer : AMUSER
43. Blue : RISQUE
44. Chest cavity membrane : PLEURA
46. 1986 James Cameron thriller : ALIENS
49. Sectors : AREAS
51. Innsbruck is its capital : TYROL
53. Shrink time: Abbr. : SESS
55. Bristle : SETA
57. Hand over, to Angus : GIE
58. Morse bit : DAH

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