New York Times, Friday, April 19, 1996

Author: A. Micci
Editor: Will Shortz
Alfio Micci
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 96 for Mr. Micci. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Woodsman's memento : STUMP
6. Once, once : ERST
10. Incognizant : DEAF
14. Auto repair cost : LABOR
15. Bull tosser? : LIAR
16. Play the wolf : OGLE
17. Place for garcons, e.g. : ECOLE
18. Actress Sommer : ELKE
19. Arctic : COLD
20. Question from 34-Across : WHATTIMEISIT
23. Sponge : SOT
24. Ones welcomed to the fold? : EWES
25. Drudges : PEONS
28. Let___ (reveal) : INON
29. Place for a stone : EARRING
31. "___flowing with milk and honey" : ALAND
34. See 20-Across : TOMSEAVER
36. Egg holder : NEST
37. Insults : BARBS
38. Mr. T's last name : TERO
39. See 50-Across : YOGIBERRA
41. Pains, as the heart : RENDS
42. Oddball : ANOMALY
43. E-4 and E-9 rankings : NCOS
45. Minneapolis suburb : EDINA
46. Conceal profits illegally : SKIM
47. Hikes : UPS
50. Answer from 39-Across : DOYOUMEANNOW
53. Part of a frat party chant : TOGA
56. Suffix with flex : IBLE
57. 1960 Wimbledon champ___ Fraser : NEALE
58. Settled : ALIT
59. You name it : NOUN
60. Made do : COPED
61. Means of inheritance : GENE
62. Adventurous tale : GEST
63. ___ deux : ENTRE
1. A great many : SLEWS
2. Prefix with meter : TACHO
3. Wolf pack member of W.W. II : UBOAT
4. Shed : MOLT
5. Act : PRETEND
6. Comment from Holmes : ELEMENTARY
7. Peeves : RILES
8. "Tobermory" writer : SAKI
9. Intrude : TRESPASS
10. Third degrees : DOCTORATES
11. It may be massaged : EGO
12. Dryden's "___ for Love" : ALL
13. Certain investigator : FED
21. 1940's Pacific battle site, informally : IWO
22. Fashion suffix : IERE
26. Best Actor of 1958 : NIVEN
27. "Pretty stupid, huh?" speaker : SNERD
28. Cow : INTIMIDATE
29. Levee : EMBANKMENT
30. Large, to Lafarge : GROS
31. Author Seton : ANYA
32. Sierra___ : LEONE
33. "___is my witness..." : ASGOD
35. Eight-time Norris Trophy winner : ORR
37. Ignoring, as an order : BELAYING
40. Bilbao bath : BANO
41. Wine and dine : ROMANCE
44. Paris business abbr. : CIE
46. Philippine natives : SULUS
47. None too bright : UNAPT
48. Ferryman : POLER
49. Ingrid Bergman, e.g. : SWEDE
51. Orchestra part : OBOE
52. Ultrabright : NEON
53. Name, slangily : TAG
54. Cousin of "Rah!" : OLE
55. Certain game ending : GIN

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