New York Times, Tuesday, March 5, 1996

Author: G. E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJQUXZ} This is puzzle # 29 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Reply to an insult : SLAP
5. Fleece : SHEAR
10. On vacation : AWAY
14. Prefix with scope : PERI
15. Robert of "G.E. College Bowl" : EARLE
16. Toasty : WARM
17. Stratford's river : AVON
18. Jargon : ARGOT
19. Philosopher Hoffer : ERIC
20. Franklin aphorism : TIMEISMONEY
23. Gilbert & Sullivan princess : IDA
24. Grab : SNATCH
25. Cagney's portrayer on 80's TV : GLESS
27. Leading : AHEAD
30. Pirate's punishment : LASHES
33. Ski lift : TBAR
36. Capri currency : LIRA
38. Hardly Mr. Cool : TWERP
39. Looking peaked : ILL
40. Marzipan ingredients : ALMONDS
42. Command to Rover : LIE
43. Intestine part : COLON
45. Practice pugilism : SPAR
46. Extorted from : BLED
47. Is hip : SWINGS
49. Actor Martin : STEVE
51. "Peter and the Wolf" bird : SASHA
53. Protracted battles : SIEGES
57. Conclude, with "up" : SEW
59. Reply to a boaster : TALKISCHEAP
62. Miss Marple discovery : CLEW
64. Motionless : STILL
65. Swenson of "Benson" : INGA
66. City south of Lillehammer : OSLO
67. Comedienne Fields : TOTIE
68. Change course : VEER
69. Hoof it : WALK
70. Late bloomer : ASTER
71. French 101 verb : ETRE
1. Shoe covers : SPATS
2. "Rosemary's Baby" author : LEVIN
3. Redolence : AROMA
4. Stickum : PINETAR
5. Beach memento : SEASHELL
6. Abuse : HARM
7. Thus : ERGO
8. Beside : ALONG
9. Update, as a story : RETELL
10. Overwhelm : AWE
11. Shermanism : WARISHELL
12. Waterless : ARID
13. Community org. : YMCA
21. First person in Bavaria : ICH
22. Dublin-born dramatist : YEATS
26. Dallas-to-Austin dir. : SSW
28. Prepares to fire : AIMS
29. Eye soothers : DROPS
31. 175-year-old canal : ERIE
32. Hightailed it : SPED
33. Quirks : TICS
34. Gale : BLOW
35. Night watchman's cry : ALLISWELL
37. Premed course: Abbr. : ANAT
40. Fear and trepidation : ANGST
41. Oscar winner Marie, 1931 : DRESSLER
44. "Put___Happy Face" : ONA
46. Apiary unit : BEEHIVE
48. Soft drink brand : SHASTA
50. Singer Damone : VIC
52. Some choristers : ALTOS
54. Old World animal with a ringed tail : GENET
55. Gung-ho : EAGER
56. Frame score : SPARE
57. Flatboat : SCOW
58. "Lohengrin" miss : ELSA
60. Eartha of song : KITT
61. Tennis's Nastase : ILIE
63. Stir-fry fryer : WOK

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