New York Times, Tuesday, April 25, 1995

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FGJQXZ} This is puzzle # 9 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Handed out : DEALT
6. Ditto : SAME
10. _____ Raton, Fla. : BOCA
14. Goldbrick : IDLER
15. Wallet fillers : ONES
16. Peepers : EYES
17. Actress Diamond : SELMA
18. Fender flaw : DENT
19. Pronto : ASAP
20. Manhattan, for one : CLAMCHOWDER
23. Poetic monogram : TSE
24. Tiny powerhouse : ATOM
25. Modeling agency executive Ford : EILEEN
27. Foe of the Philistines : SAMSON
30. RV : CAMPER
32. "Rumble in the Jungle" boxer : ALI
33. Changed the décor : REDID
35. Krupp works city : ESSEN
38. Assign places to : RANK
40. Alpine song : YODEL
42. Ophthalmologist's case : STYE
43. Greek Pax : IRENE
45. Palindromic principle : TENET
47. Before, to Browning : ERE
48. Plumber's need : SOLDER
50. Enjoyed a wad of tobacco : CHAWED
52. Flatter, with "up" : BUTTER
54. Impulse : WHIM
55. Miscalculate : ERR
56. Crème gauloise, today : VICHYSSOISE
62. Columbia student : LION
64. Rockies resort : VAIL
65. Fish served amandine : TROUT
66. Narrow way : LANE
67. Actress Sommer : ELKE
68. By and by : LATER
69. "_____ Rather Be With Me" (1967 hit) : SHED
70. Satyr's stare : LEER
71. Please to no end : ELATE
1. Part of D.J. : DISC
2. Cather biographer Leon : EDEL
3. "_____ vostra salute" (Italian toast) : ALLA
4. Logical premises : LEMMAS
5. Tiller puller : TRACTOR
6. Sinful city : SODOM
7. De novo : ANEW
8. Fix : MEND
9. Prize : ESTEEM
10. "_____ sport..." : BEA
11. Christmas Eve dish : OYSTERSTEW
12. Halt : CEASE
13. Quaking _____ : ASPEN
21. "_____, I'm home!" (sitcom opener) : HONEY
22. Mature : RIPE
26. Not so much : LESS
27. Draped dress : SARI
28. Former orchard spray : ALAR
29. Trattoria treat : MINESTRONE
30. Autumn drink : CIDER
31. Yemen port : ADEN
34. Love excessively, with "on" : DOTE
36. Rochester's beloved : EYRE
37. Must have : NEED
39. Group of toads : KNOT
41. Nobelist Walesa et al. : LECHS
44. Hgt. : ELEV
46. Meadow bloom : THISTLE
49. Nonsense : DRIVEL
51. Ethically neutral : AMORAL
52. Poe poem, with "The" : BELLS
53. Dicken's _____ Heep : URIAH
54. "Ben-Hur" director William : WYLER
57. Racer Yarborough : CALE
58. Quarterback's bark : HIKE
59. Scintilla : IOTA
60. Kind of pudding : SUET
61. To be, to Satie : ETRE
63. Actor Beatty : NED

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