New York Times, Monday, February 5, 1996

Author: Robert Katz
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert Katz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {BFGJQX} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 76 for Mr. Katz. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Shut loudly : SLAM
5. Summary : RECAP
10. El___, Tex. : PASO
14. Arrived : CAME
15. To love, in Torino : AMARE
16. Notorious czar : IVAN
17. "Thanks___!" : ALOT
18. "Melancholia" engraver : DURER
19. Shake up : ROIL
20. Oxymoronic proverb : MAKEHASTESLOWLY
23. Capek play : RUR
24. In___ of (as a substitute for) : LIEU
25. Like a low-watt bulb : DIM
28. Give off : EMIT
31. Loath (to) : AVERSE
35. Literary olios : ANAS
37. Old radio's "Easy___" : ACES
39. News briefs : ITEMS
40. Parsimonious proverb : WASTENOTWANTNOT
43. Huge, old-style : ENORM
44. At hand : NEAR
45. Suffix with super or major : ETTE
46. Iroquoian language : SENECA
48. "Cut it out!" : STOP
50. Loser to D.D.E. : AES
51. Members of a wriggly field? : EELS
53. G.M. employees' union : UAW
55. Cautious proverb : HASTEMAKESWASTE
63. Newsman Sevareid : ERIC
64. Met offering : OPERA
65. Bank offering : LOAN
66. "The King and I" lady : ANNA
67. Be in a bee : SPELL
68. Beginner : TYRO
69. Mover and shaker : DOER
70. Keys in : TYPES
71. Skips over, as TV ads : ZAPS
1. Swindle : SCAM
2. ___land (Los Angeles) : LALA
3. How not to run : AMOK
4. European's "yard" : METER
5. Control tower figure : RADARMAN
6. Ostrich cousins : EMUS
7. Grocery transporter : CART
8. Whirling : AREEL
9. Olden Iran : PERSIA
10. Ballet twirl : PIROUETTE
11. Confess : AVOW
12. Go yachting : SAIL
13. Nothing but : ONLY
21. Shade : HUE
22. "Rosemary's Baby" writer Ira : LEVIN
25. 1925 Nobel Peace Prize recipient : DAWES
26. Nutty : INANE
27. Wall builder : MASON
29. Windows picture : ICON
30. What chapeaux cover : TETES
32. ___-car (Hertz, e.g.) : RENTA
33. Struck down, in the Bible : SMOTE
34. Colorado's___Park : ESTES
36. Vehicle with a bell : STREETCAR
38. Hit, as a fly : SWAT
41. Show's host : EMCEE
42. Wake-up calls : AROUSALS
47. This doesn't count, in a saying : ALMOST
49. Furry foot : PAW
52. Mawkish : SAPPY
54. Viennese dance : WALTZ
55. President : HEAD
56. River under the Ponte Vecchio : ARNO
57. Trig function : SINE
58. Preserve : KEEP
59. ___Stanley Gardner : ERLE
60. Kind of bean : SOYA
61. Football field protector : TARP
62. Grandson of Adam : ENOS

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