New York Times, Tuesday, March 4, 1997

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJVX} This is puzzle # 12 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "Let's go!" : CMON
5. Miss Cinders of old comics : ELLA
9. Stravinsky's "Le ___ du printemps" : SACRE
14. It's pulled on a pulley : ROPE
15. Music for two : DUET
16. Farm units : ACRES
17. Once more : ANEW
18. Schooner part : MAST
19. Signified : MEANT
20. Hit NBC comedy : MADABOUTYOU
23. Passing grade : CEE
24. Director Howard : RON
25. X's in bowling : STRIKES
27. It's behind home plate : BACKSTOP
32. Sugar source : CANE
33. "___ American Cousin" (1859 comedy) : OUR
34. Results of big hits? : COMAS
36. "Gandhi" setting : INDIA
39. Shiite, e.g. : ARAB
41. 1997 has two : NINES
43. Brothers and sisters : SIBS
44. Flattens : RAZES
46. Plains home : TEPEE
48. Tam-o'-shanter : CAP
49. Yin's counterpart : YANG
51. Not the subs : STARTERS
53. Liberace wore them : SEQUINS
56. A.F.L.'s partner : CIO
57. Tempe sch. : ASU
58. Novelty timepiece : CUCKOOCLOCK
64. Cinnamon unit : STICK
66. ___-Seltzer : ALKA
67. First name in supermodeldom : ELLE
68. Actress Berry : HALLE
69. Alice doesn't work here anymore : MELS
70. Campus authority : DEAN
71. Buzzing : ASTIR
72. Organic fuel : PEAT
73. Klutz's utterance : OOPS
1. Pack in : CRAM
2. "___ Lisa" : MONA
3. Like a William Safire piece : OPED
4. Alternative to J.F.K. and La Guardia : NEWARK
5. Oilers' home : EDMONTON
6. Molokai meal : LUAU
7. For fear that : LEST
8. Esqs. : ATTYS
9. Belushi character on "S.N.L." : SAMURAI
10. Expert : ACE
11. Bartender's supply : CRACKEDICE
12. "Walk Away ___" (1966 hit) : RENEE
13. ___ Park, Colo. : ESTES
21. Pear type : BOSC
22. Like some stocks, for short : OTC
26. Lodges : INNS
27. Part of an old English Christmas feast : BOAR
28. Atmosphere : AURA
29. Hodgepodge : CRAZYQUILT
30. Cross out : OMIT
31. Glazier's items : PANES
35. Back-to-school time: Abbr. : SEPT
37. Building support : IBAR
38. Egyptian threats : ASPS
40. Romeo : BEAU
42. Maine's is rocky : SEACOAST
45. Tee-hee : SNICKER
47. Psychiatrist Berne : ERIC
50. Bearded creature : GNU
52. "Holy ___!" : TOLEDO
53. Russian-born violinist Schneider, informally : SASHA
54. These, in Madrid : ESTAS
55. Rascal : SCAMP
59. "Twittering Machine" artist : KLEE
60. Neighbor of Kan. : OKLA
61. Nondairy spread : OLEO
62. Bit of thunder : CLAP
63. Dolls since 1961 : KENS
65. Cato's 151 : CLI

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