New York Times, Tuesday, May 7, 1996

Author: K. Hodge
Editor: Will Shortz
Karen Young Bonin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {Q} This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Bonin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Roasting rods : SPITS
6. Sunscreen ingredient : PABA
10. Hacks around the city : CABS
14. ___Dame : NOTRE
15. Hot spot : OVEN
16. Brigham Young's destination : UTAH
17. Barbarian of pulp fiction : CONAN
18. Mennonites, e.g. : SECT
19. Make yawn : BORE
20. Elementary piano tune : CHOPSTICKS
22. Book before Nehemiah : EZRA
23. Spanish artist : SERT
24. Ogler : EYER
26. Boy king : TUT
29. Rationalistic believer : DEIST
31. Antiquated : MOSSY
35. Having zero rainfall : ARID
37. One of Frank's exes : AVA
38. More ideal? : UTOPIA
39. Southern France : MIDI
40. L.B.J., for one : TEXAN
42. Volunteer State: Abbr. : TENN
43. Fine as can be : PEACHY
45. Uneven : ODD
46. Ax : SACK
47. Tree-lined walk : ALLEE
48. Have fun with : ENJOY
50. Matter for a judge : RES
51. Lab weight : GRAM
53. Course for an M.D.-to-be : ANAT
55. Couch potato's place : SOFA
58. Not be frank : MINCEWORDS
63. Oral, maybe : EXAM
64. Tommie of 60's-70's baseball : AGEE
65. Singer Chris : ISAAK
66. "Sommersby" star, 1993 : GERE
67. Collar straightener : IRON
68. Inamorata of Valentino : NEGRI
69. Billfold stuffers : ONES
70. Robin's home : NEST
71. Fules (up) : GASES
1. 60's Black Power grp. : SNCC
2. Pal of Piglet : POOH
3. Give___ thought : ITNO
4. Pitfalls : TRAPS
5. Had a feeling : SENSED
6. 100% sure : POSITIVE
7. Opposite of sans : AVEC
8. Canterbury dignitary : BECKET
9. Impatient : ANTSY
10. Math extractions : CUBEROOTS
11. Full, as an index : ATOZ
12. Attorney General under Bush : BARR
13. Mets' home : SHEA
21. Versailles document : TREATY
25. Ambulance rider, briefly : EMT
26. St. Pete's neighbor : TAMPA
27. Milton's "Regent of the Sun" : URIEL
28. Kind of wave : TIDAL
30. Early Brit : SAXON
32. Use a harpoon : SPEAR
33. Subsequently : SINCE
34. Pershing's men : YANKS
36. Chuck-a-luck and craps : DICEGAMES
38. Ruined : UNDONE
41. Next-door : ADJACENT
44. That girl : HER
48. Refugee : EMIGRE
49. Slightly off course : YAWING
52. With all one's might : AMAIN
54. "Bobby Shaftoe's gone___" : TOSEA
55. Flower of 16-Across : SEGO
56. The yoke's on them : OXEN
57. What's for dinner? : FARE
59. Modernists : NEOS
60. Destitution : RAGS
61. Have the nerve : DARE
62. Rossignol gear : SKIS

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