New York Times, Saturday, April 29, 1995

Author: Fred Piscop
Editor: Will Shortz
Fred Piscop
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29 Missing: {BJQVXZ} Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. 60s TV home : PONDEROSA
10. Put together : AMASS
15. Not derived from plants or animals: Var. : UNORGANIC
16. Jazzman Chick : COREA
17. Grounds : RATIONALE
18. Cronus or Oceanus, e.g. : TITAN
19. Put in position : SITE
20. It’s a blast : TNT
21. Philosophy of patient care : HOLISM
22. Uneven : EROSE
24. _____ Tass (Russian news agency) : ITAR
26. Half a dance? : CHA
27. Dictator’s security force, perhaps : TASTERS
30. Hammer wielder : THOR
31. High-tech defense inits. : SDI
34. Puppeteer Lewis et al. : SHARIS
35. Actress Loughlin of “Full House” : LORI
36. 1968 one-hit wonder : TINYTIM
38. Grease up : SLICKEN
40. Cinema canine : ASTA
41. Prepare for market : FATTEN
43. “_____ Beso” (1962 hit) : ESO
44. Remain in the shadows : LURK
45. Seaport in 59-Across : TRIESTE
47. 90’s singer _____ Kamoze : INI
48. Former New Jersey Governor Thomas : KEAN
49. As _____ Methuselah : OLDAS
53. Wounded by the barber : NICKED
55. Prohibitionist’s foe : WET
58. “Scarface” star, 1932 : MUNI
59. Leghorn locale : ITALY
60. _____ hour (prayer time) : CANONICAL
62. Stiff hairs : SETAE
63. Rival of Smell-O-Vision, in Hollywood : AROMARAMA
64. Election night developments : TREND
65. Conventioneers : DELEGATES
1. It comes with a title : PURSE
2. Studio sign : ONAIR
3. “What’s _____ like?” : NOTTO
4. Oenophile’s superlative : DRIEST
5. Much-bruised item : EGO
6. Bombast : RANT
7. _____ impulse : ONAN
8. More filled with fine sand : SILTIER
9. Golf coup : ACE
10. Part man? : ACTOR
11. Drudge : MOIL
12. It may have a good heart : ARTICHOKE
13. Coasts : SEASHORES
14. Europe’s oldest independent country : SANMARINO
21. Annoys : HASSLES
23. Dummy position : EAST
25. Sibelius’s “Valse _____” : TRISTE
28. Geared up, perhaps : SHIFTED
29. Ballerina Karsavina : TAMARA
30. R.N.’s dispense it : TLC
31. Hard-liner of old : STALINIST
32. Alienator : DISUNITER
33. Knotty : INTRICATE
37. Chew the fat : YAK
39. Division word : INTO
42. Not the fanciest eating utensils : TINWARE
46. Upstate New York city : ELMIRA
48. Excited, with “up” : KEYED
50. Admission requirement : DUCAT
51. “What’s in _____?” : ANAME
52. George Eliot character : SILAS
54. Hateful group : KLAN
56. Hydroxyl compound : ENOL
57. Bartlett’s Familiar Quotations, e.g. : TOME
60. Hardly Mr. Right : CAD
61. Plague : NAG

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