New York Times, Wednesday, April 12, 1995

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 12 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Temporary protector : SCAB
5. Baker's wares : PIES
9. Bassoon relatives : OBOES
14. New Rochelle college : IONA
15. Part of a platform dive : ARCH
16. Dakar's cape : VERDE
17. Hopper : FUNNELSHAPEDBOX
20. Field hospital routine : TRIAGE
21. Effluvia : ODORS
22. Pool employees : STENOS
23. Printers' measures : ENS
24. Health care lobby grp. : AMA
27. Nolan Ryan, once : ASTRO
30. "_____ 17" : STALAG
32. Oriental tea : CHA
35. Criticizes : RAPS
37. El primer mes : ENERO
38. Skipper : AIRPLANECAPTAIN
42. Fling : SPREE
43. Mouse catcher : TRAP
44. Very important : KEY
45. Like some 20th-century compositions : ATONAL
47. Generous : AMPLE
50. Plant : SOW
51. Apprehend the perpetrator : NAB
53. Matador's whirling maneuver : REMATE
57. Caught 40 winks : DOZED
59. Congenital : INBRED
60. Jumper : SLEEVELESSDRESS
64. Passage : AISLE
65. Game played with a knife : CLUE
66. Name on many locks : YALE
67. Colony resident of yore : LEPER
68. Worker : HAND
69. Spoken : ORAL
1. Winnows : SIFTS
2. Pursue, in a way : COURT
3. Pulitzer-winning author E. _____ Proulx : ANNIE
4. Kind of split : BANANA
5. Ancient gymnasium : PALESTRA
6. Fed. collection agency : IRS
7. Mimic : ECHO
8. Protection of a kind : SHADE
9. Exceed improperly : OVERSTEP
10. Four-posters : BEDS
11. Mars, for one : ORB
12. Former name for Tokyo : EDO
13. Safe follower : SEX
18. Selves : EGOS
19. Diva Lily : PONS
24. Dripping : ALEAK
25. Donny's singing sister : MARIE
26. Suffering : AGONY
28. Carry on : RANT
29. Dvorak's "Russia," e.g. : OPERA
31. Pismire : ANT
32. Barcelona abodes : CASAS
33. Informed about : HIPTO
34. Tell projectile : ARROW
36. Hoax : SCAM
39. Write : PEN
40. One might do this backward : LEANOVER
41. Notified : APPRISED
46. Use a hammock : LAZE
48. Advance : LEND
49. Future fetus : EMBRYO
52. Sir Toby of "Twelfth Night" : BELCH
54. Aft : AREAR
55. Inventor Nikola : TESLA
56. One of the Fords : EDSEL
57. Take out : DELE
58. Oscar _____ Renta : DELA
60. "My Gal _____" : SAL
61. Golfer's concern : LIE
62. Sixth sense, for short : ESP
63. Tan : SUN

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