New York Times, Thursday, April 25, 1996

Author: W. Canine
Editor: Will Shortz
William Canine
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 35 Missing: {FQXZ} This is puzzle # 66 for Mr. Canine. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Prospector's aid : MAP
4. Crawl, e.g. : SWIM
8. Suddenly regain attention : SNAPTO
14. "...___quit!" : ORI
15. Soap bar : CAKE
16. Kind of collision : MIDAIR
17. Sleuth out : DISCOVER
19. Relative of euchre : ECARTE
20. One's all : ESTATE
21. Automaton : GOLEM
23. 1958 Edgar winner Rex___ : STOUT
24. Ship, in poesy : KEEL
25. Some Duchamp art : DADA
29. Chinese dynasty : TANG
30. Book and TV crime solver : PERRYMASON
32. Utility customers : USERS
34. Northern native : ALEUT
35. Historic launch : TELSTAR
38. Suitcases : BAGGAGE
40. Like dogwood leaves : OVATE
41. Stendhal hero : SOREL
42. Crime solver from St. Mary Mead : JANEMARPLE
45. Part of the U.S. arsenal : ICBM
49. Linear : ONED
50. Twosome : DUET
51. Prefix with logical : NEURO
52. Incorporate : UNITE
54. Kind of note : POSTIT
55. Labiate : LIPPED
58. Tie : DEADHEAT
60. Beethoven's Third : EROICA
61. Exhort : URGE
62. ___-Cone : SNO
63. Lizards : SKINKS
64. N.F.L., e.g., with "the" : PROS
65. Fabric measures: Abbr. : YDS
1. Hardly given to exhibitionism : MODEST
2. Awn : ARISTA
3. Detroit cager : PISTON
4. Apollo 9 and 15 astronaut : SCOTT
5. Silent goodbye : WAVE
6. Alibi___ : IKE
7. Big business doings : MERGERS
8. Reeking : SMELLY
9. "Well done!" : NICE
10. P. D. James's crime solver from Scotland Yard : ADAMDALGLIESH
11. Figure to shoot for : PAR
12. Small songbird : TIT
13. Bauxite, e.g. : ORE
18. Poe's pioneering crime solver : CAUGUSTEDUPIN
22. ___hill 'n' dale : OER
24. "The King and I" actress : KERR
26. Cruising : ASEA
27. McClure of "The Virginian" : DOUG
28. A chip, maybe : ANTE
30. Stew morsel : PEA
31. Old sorcerer : MAGE
33. Florist's cutting : STEM
35. W.W. II leader : TOJO
36. 1985 Edgar winner___Hunter : EVAN
37. Wagon path : LANE
38. Lightning zigzag : BOLT
39. Live : ARE
41. Step on the gas : SPEEDUP
43. Some gym gear : ADIDAS
44. Groove : RUT
46. Coyly mannered : CUTESY
47. Name in a 1928 pact : BRIAND
48. Common inscriptions : MOTTOS
51. Knots : NODES
53. Make out : NECK
54. When repeated, a Samoan port : PAGO
55. French article : LES
56. Exasperate : IRK
57. Luau fare : POI
59. Fumble : ERR

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