New York Times, Friday, May 20, 1994

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JZ} This is puzzle # 23 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Dries (off) : TOWELS
7. The color of honey : AMBER
12. Wining and dining place : CABARET
13. Bob of reggae : MARLEY
15. The "thee" of "Of Thee I Sing" : AMERICA
16. Teases : NEEDLES
18. _____ soda : SAL
19. Napoli night : NOTTE
21. Least big : WEEST
22. Football no-no : CLIP
24. Prefix equivalent to -ish : QUASI
26. Way on or off : RAMP
27. He told a hare racing story : AESOP
29. Outlets : EXITS
31. Hemingway novel setting : SEA
32. Furniture trim : SKIRT
34. Property restriction : EASEMENT
36. Site of a Lewis and Clark stop, 1804 : SIOUXCITY
38. Inevitable : FOREGONE
41. Up, in a way : NORTH
44. Glaciate : ICE
45. Arises (from) : STEMS
47. "It's _____ never" : NOWOR
49. "Stuffed Shirts" author : LUCE
51. Blithe : HAPPY
53. Find, with "out" : NOSE
54. Wassail flavor enhancer : CLOVE
56. Penicillin target, for short : STREP
58. Sermon subject : SIN
59. Semisoft Danish cheese : HAVARTI
61. Approved : ENACTED
63. Modern phone option : REDIAL
64. Durer and others : ETCHERS
65. Oboelike in sound : REEDY
66. Rest-less, perhaps : SLEEPY
1. Wrapped food : TAMALES
2. Giant stele : OBELISK
3. Disturber of the peace : WAR
4. Hibernia : ERIN
5. Rimsky-Korsakov opera opener : LECOQ
6. Park art : STATUE
7. Definitely not a know-it-all : AMNESIAC
8. Fannie _____ : MAE
9. Steep : BREW
10. Venerable one : ELDER
11. Legal O.K. : RELEASE
12. Abettor of Brutus : CASCA
14. Rubber stamps : YESMEN
17. March honoree (with an aptly numbered clue) : STPAT
20. Free of duties : TAXEXEMPT
23. Balance : POISE
25. "_____the bag!" : ITSIN
28. Fussbudgets : PRIGS
30. "Dragonwyck" author : SETON
33. Nail's companion : TOOTH
35. "Discus Thrower" sculptor of ancient Greece : MYRON
37. With worry : UNEASILY
38. Rip off : FILCH
39. Eyepiece, in jargon : OCULAR
40. Bounce back : RECOVER
42. Ballroom dance : TWOSTEP
43. Nylons : HOSIERY
46. Toots : SPREES
48. Pulls apart : RENDS
50. Get around : EVADE
52. Streisand title role : YENTL
55. Detroit River's destination : ERIE
57. Runners try to pick it up : PACE
60. Just a bit : TAD
62. Amigo of Fidel : CHE

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