New York Times, Friday, March 15, 1996

Author: A. J. Santora
Editor: Will Shortz
A. J. Santora
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 44 Missing: {FJKQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 201 for Mr. Santora. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Queen Bilqis's land : SHEBA
6. Went for : DUG
9. Demean : ABASE
14. Gold : AURUM
15. Chemical prefix : ISO
16. Actress Thompson et al. : SADAS
17. What tots did in the malt shop? : GRASPEDATSTRAWS
20. Auto item with rubber flanges : CLINCHERTIRE
21. Best-furnished : POSHEST
24. ___-Cat (winter vehicle) : SNO
25. Application datum : SEX
26. Word to a doctor : AAH
27. Training system originated in Sweden : SLOYD
29. Sill cover : DRAPE
32. Walk-ons : CAMEOS
35. Braced for a roller coaster ride : HELDONTIGHT
38. Comes down somewhat hard? : SLEETS
39. Lout : YAHOO
42. Overpamper : SPOIL
44. Prefix with 25-Across : UNI
45. Part of a "fully loaded" car : AIR
46. Powerful D.C. lobby : NRA
48. Good tidings : EVANGEL
52. Not the independent sort : CLINGINGVINE
55. Shook hands? : CAMETOGRIPSWITH
59. Month in Managua : ENERO
60. Tony-winning actress Salonga : LEA
61. North of Virginia : OLLIE
62. Deceived : LEDON
63. Opposite of lack : OWN
64. Paintbrush material : NYLON
1. Decline : SAG
2. Wallace's "Ben-___" : HUR
3. Oxydol competitor : ERA
4. St. Louis's___Stadium : BUSCH
5. Copious : AMPLE
6. "___I" (1970 gold record) : DIDNT
7. Car-racing org. : USAC
8. Southey's "Roderick, the Last of the___" : GOTHS
9. Dixon line : ASTROLOGY
10. M.T.A.: Boston::___: San Francisco : BART
11. Fresh as___ : ADAISY
12. Went ballistic : SAWRED
13. 20's auto : ESSEX
18. Danger for a U-Boot : EIS
19. Judo instructor : SENSEI
21. Cape Canaveral site : PAD
22. Row : OAR
23. Bygone leader : SHAH
28. Part of the Labor Dept. : OSHA
30. Foreign money : PESO
31. "Prelude to a Kiss" composer : ELLINGTON
32. TV producer Fred : COE
33. Symbol of industry : ANT
34. Hood and others: Abbr. : MTS
36. Texas city on the Mexican border : DELRIO
37. Hood : THUG
40. Identical : ONE
41. Shortening : OIL
42. Water-soluble gas : SILANE
43. Ready to go : PRIMED
45. Gradually increasing in speed, in mus. : ACCEL
47. White, in a way : ANGLO
48. Water choice : EVIAN
49. Bigwig : VIP
50. Cooperstown's Cap___ : ANSON
51. Just : NEWLY
53. Sleuth Wolfe : NERO
54. Increased : GREW
56. Afflicted : ILL
57. Madre's hermano : TIO
58. Poultry buy : HEN

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