New York Times, Friday, April 22, 1994

Author: A.J. Santora
Editor: Will Shortz
A. J. Santora
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 180 for Mr. Santora. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Hopeless : ALLUP
6. Where the tiller is : AFT
9. Zingers : MOTS
13. Free : LOOSE
14. Colorado skiing mecca : VAIL
16. Not right : AWRY
17. How natives communicate : INTHEVERNACULAR
20. Type of mail : METERED
21. Mighty mite : ATOM
22. _____ Rabbit : BRER
23. Rebuffs : NOS
25. Sort of : INAWAY
29. Droll 1993 best seller : SEINLANGUAGE
32. "The proof of the pudding _____..." : ISIN
34. Foofaraw : ADO
35. Seed : SOW
36. Dressing-down : TONGUELASHING
41. Actor Holm : IAN
42. Old B'way sign : SRO
43. Latch _____ : ONTO
44. Not the secretive sort : BLABBERMOUTH
49. Innumerable : MYRIAD
50. Yearbook classmates: Abbr. : SRS
51. To live, to Livy : ESSE
55. Richard Harris movie of 1977 : ORCA
57. Hornless : ACEROUS
59. Communicating (with) : ONSPEAKINGTERMS
63. Mr. Hulot's creator : TATI
64. Cabal : RING
65. "_____ e Core" (1954 pop song) : ANEMA
66. On _____ (freelancer's terms) : SPEC
67. Mamie Eisenhower, _____ Doud : NEE
68. Wanderer : STRAY
1. MacLaine's "Out on _____" : ALIMB
2. Individualist : LONER
3. Soprano Lehmann : LOTTE
4. Heralds : USHERSIN
5. Look searchingly : PEER
6. Photographer Richard : AVEDON
7. Kind of cry : FAR
8. Actress Louise : TINA
9. Tribesmen in the film "Simba" : MAUMAU
10. Wise one : OWL
11. Singing syllable : TRA
12. Neighbor of Leb. : SYR
15. Hispanic community : LATINOS
18. "I came," to Caesar : VENI
19. Reps. and Sens. : CONG
24. Lillehammer events : SLALOMS
26. "Rome _____ built in a day" : WASNT
27. Part of old discotheque names : AGOGO
28. Hedge shrub : YEW
30. H.S. course : ENG
31. Palindromic lady : ADA
32. Three-time World Cup winner : ITALY
33. Sub detector : SONAR
37. It's sold in lots : USEDCAR
38. Bungle : ERR
39. On a roll : HOT
40. Native : INHERENT
41. Computer co. : IBM
45. Spike Lee's "Malcolm X," e.g. : BIOPIC
46. Uncover : BARE
47. Old English royal house : ORANGE
48. New London grp. : USCG
52. More bruised : SORER
53. Diploma word : SUMMA
54. New Republic piece : ESSAY
56. Related : AKIN
58. Greek letters : ETAS
59. Military sch. : OTS
60. Rest : NAP
61. Genevieve, e.g. : STE
62. Bach's "Partita _____ Minor" : INE

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