New York Times, Monday, May 20, 1996

Author: G. E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QUXZ} This is puzzle # 34 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Droops : SAGS
5. Dutch engineerig feat : DIKE
9. Capital on the Seine : PARIS
14. Prefix with port or pad : HELI
15. Spew : EMIT
16. Separately : APART
17. Historic periods : ERAS
18. New Year's Eve figure : FATHERTIME
20. Machine for removing cloth waste : LINTER
22. Chinese: Prefix : SINO
23. Forty winks : NAP
24. Make a___case of : FEDERAL
26. Not windy : CALM
28. Of kings and queens : ROYAL
30. Cried like a Siamese : MEOWED
34. "Philadelphia" star Tom : HANKS
37. Kemo___ (the Lone Ranger) : SABE
39. Little hopper : TOAD
40. Skin soother : ALOE
41. Flower feature : PETAL
42. Dance at a Jewish wedding : HORA
43. "Phooey!" : DARN
44. Angers : IRES
45. Abdomen : BELLY
46. ___d'Arc : JEANNE
48. Hardship : RIGOR
50. Play area : YARD
52. Most extended : LONGEST
56. Put 2 and 2 together : ADD
59. Gum or plum, e.g. : TREE
61. Brewer Coors : ADOLPH
62. 1938 movie with Ronald Reagan : BROTHERRAT
65. CBer's end-of-message word : OVER
66. Newswoman Shriver : MARIA
67. St. Patrick's land : EIRE
68. ___qua non : SINE
69. Proust hero : SWANN
70. Femur-tibia go-between : KNEE
71. Villa d'___ : ESTE
1. Continental___ : SHELF
2. Cliff dwelling : AERIE
3. Thyroid, e.g. : GLAND
4. 1946 Rosalind Russell role : SISTERKENNY
5. Bear part of, as expenses : DEFRAY
6. "___Yankee Doodle dandy" : IMA
7. Model sets : KITS
8. Moral precept : ETHIC
9. Conditional release : PAROLE
10. Prone : APT
11. Parade spoiler : RAIN
12. "___la Douce" : IRMA
13. Word repeated by a drill sergeant : STEP
19. Nail polish : ENAMEL
21. Greek Cupid : EROS
25. Surgical beam : LASER
27. Nursery name : MOTHERGOOSE
29. Slangy goodbye : LATER
31. Winter fabric : WOOL
32. ___of Suffolk : EARL
33. June 6, 1944 : DDAY
34. Pilgrimage to Mecca : HADJ
35. Wings: Lat. : ALAE
36. Nick's "Thin Man" wife : NORA
38. Pesto herb : BASIL
41. Coyote State's capital : PIERRE
45. 007 : BOND
47. Lane of "The Birdcage" : NATHAN
49. Trimmed beard : GOATEE
51. Actress Bo : DEREK
53. Ed Sullivan guest of 9/9/56 : ELVIS
54. Worn-out : SPENT
55. Babe Ruth's number : THREE
56. Some military defenses: Abbr. : ABMS
57. Sketch : DRAW
58. "Cannery Row" character : DORA
60. "___go bragh!" : ERIN
63. Can material : TIN
64. Exist : ARE

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