New York Times, Thursday, May 9, 1996

Author: C. Millhauser
Editor: Will Shortz
Cathy Allis
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FGJPQVZ} This is puzzle # 24 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Shadow : UMBRA
6. Kind of bar : MARS
10. Choler : BILE
14. Actor Lloyd of "Peyton Place" : NOLAN
15. Opposite of windward : ALEE
16. Chancel decoration : ROOD
17. Cut short, NASA-style : ABORT
18. Eft-wing politician? : NEWT
19. Yemeni port : ADEN
20. Home of Briar Cliff College : SIOUXCITYIOWA
23. In motion : ASTIR
24. Lo mein base : NOODLES
25. Johnny Cash hit of 1969 : ABOYNAMEDSUE
28. Suffix with king : DOM
29. Kind of short, for short : ELEC
30. Enter the realm of Morpheus : DREAM
34. Over : ANEW
36. Jack of "Barney Miller" : SOO
38. Start to kick? : SIDE
39. MASH worker : MEDIC
41. Sans mixers : NEAT
44. "Winter of Artifice" writer : NIN
45. Valueless : NOTWORTHASOU
49. Result of a head injury, maybe : AMNESIA
52. Some sale settings : TENTS
53. Place for locks : SAULTSTEMARIE
56. "Kon-___" : TIKI
57. Ward of TV's "Sisters" : SELA
58. 60's boxing champ Griffith : EMILE
61. Kind of column : ONES
62. "Trinity" author : URIS
63. Less bats : SANER
64. Digs to twigs : NEST
65. What rakes make : EYES
66. Elmer the Bull's mate : ELSIE
1. Women's rights periodical of 1853 : UNA
2. Throng : MOB
3. Thrived : BLOSSOMED
4. Curio : RARITY
5. Fats Domino's real first name : ANTOINE
6. Tailless cat : MANX
7. Actor Baldwin : ALEC
8. Cassette button : REWIND
9. Donnybrooks : SETTOS
10. Corn row creators : BRAIDERS
11. Antiseptic compound : IODOL
12. "Camelot" composer : LOEWE
13. Fashion editor Chase et al. : EDNAS
21. Caspian Sea feeder : URAL
22. "___Be So Nice to Come Home To" : YOUD
23. Have___to pick : ABONE
25. Man in a garden : ADAM
26. Enero or febrero, e.g. : MES
27. ___-Lodge (motel chain) : ECONO
31. Brains : EINSTEINS
32. Chihuahua "ciao" : ADIOS
33. Restaurant reading : MENU
35. Restaurant reading : WINELIST
37. National anthem contraction : OER
40. Penalty : COST
42. Girl starter : ATTA
43. Saint called "The Little Flower" : THERESE
46. Sneeze stopper : TISSUE
47. Thin, in a way : WATERY
48. Barbarian : ANIMAL
49. ___Martin (classic car) : ASTON
50. Election bellwether : MAINE
51. SALT subject : NUKES
54. Writer Wiesel : ELIE
55. Service at St. Peter's : MASS
59. Hibiscus wreath : LEI
60. Before : ERE

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