New York Times, Wednesday, February 8, 1995

Author: Cathy Millhauser
Editor: Will Shortz
Cathy Allis
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42 Missing: {Y} This is puzzle # 14 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Italian sports car, informally : ALFA
5. Prez's helper : VEEP
9. Beat with feet : METER
14. View from some dorms : QUAD
15. Science magazine : OMNI
16. Burned up : IRATE
17. Perennial basketball powerhouse : UCLA
18. Lo-fat : LITE
19. Checkers master : NIXON
20. Elec. coolers : ACS
21. THEATRICAL : ACTORPACINO
23. Nap in Nogales : SIESTA
25. Start of 36-Down's motto : ARS
26. Type of stripe : PIN
27. Type of chatter : IDLE
29. Long March leader : MAO
32. COMICAL : CARTOONISTCAPP
36. Revealing dress : MINI
37. N.B.A. coach Unseld : WES
38. Coal-dousing sound : HISS
39. UNETHICAL : GANGSTERCAPONE
44. Skiing champ Tommy : MOE
45. Elightenment philosopher : KANT
46. Chablis, e.g. : VIN
47. Expose : AIR
48. Occupy : ENGAGE
52. RHYTHMICAL : JAZZMANHIRT
58. Have a bout with : BOX
59. Alimentary canal section : ILEUM
60. Slave of Amneris : AIDA
61. Current 5-Across : GORE
62. Distress signal : FLARE
63. Trudge : SLOG
64. "Your turn," via radio : OVER
65. Worked with nails : FILED
66. Tunnel, e.g. : HOLE
67. Propensity : BENT
1. Sea shades : AQUAS
2. Soap star Susan : LUCCI
3. Bogus : FALSE
4. Nabokov heroine : ADA
5. Stromboli, e.g. : VOLCANO
6. Radiate : EMIT
7. Within: Prefex : ENTO
8. Boardwalk abutter : PIER
9. Mosque feature : MINARET
10. Skater Heiden and others : ERICS
11. Curbside cry : TAXI
12. Beau Brummell's school : ETON
13. Escalator inventor Jesse : RENO
21. Persevering : ATIT
22. Cronies : PALS
24. Parsley part : SPRIG
27. More than lethargic : INERT
28. Platter : DISC
29. Chief : MAIN
30. Domed projection : APSE
31. Saturn's wife : OPS
32. Slangy goodbye : CIAO
33. Writer Rice : ANNE
34. TV Lawyer Marshall : OWEN
35. "Up in Smoke" co-star, 1978 : CHONG
36. "The Wizard of Oz" film company : MGM
40. Kind of milk : SKIMMED
41. Estate near Atlanta : TARA
42. Middling : AVERAGE
43. Quaff quantity : PINT
47. Skylike, maybe : AZURE
49. Heavenward : ABOVE
50. Bridge king : GOREN
51. Strain : EXERT
52. Instant : JIFF
53. 1934 hit "___ Do Is Dream of You" : ALLI
54. Ardor : ZEAL
55. DeSoto contemporary : NASH
56. Hawaii County capital : HILO
57. Tiki, e.g. : IDOL
61. Good "n" plenty amount : GOB

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