New York Times, Tuesday, June 17, 1997

Author: Robert Zimmerman
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert Zimmerman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {BJKQX} This is puzzle # 9 for Mr. Zimmerman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Bid : OFFER
6. Mesa dweller : HOPI
10. Nod off : DOZE
14. Site of Cnossus : CRETE
15. Big name in cosmetics : AVON
16. German biographer ___ Ludwig : EMIL
17. "___ looking at you, kid" : HERES
18. Lady's man : GENT
19. Movers : VANS
20. Quirky : ODD
21. Impressive achievement : TOURDEFORCE
24. Sorbonne, e.g. : ECOLE
26. Tire channel : RUT
27. Peer, to his servant : MILORD
29. Plant with a medicinal root : GINSENG
33. More than peeved : IRATE
34. Charles's domain : WALES
35. Hemispheric assn. : OAS
37. Ready to come off the stove : DONE
38. Examined, as before a robbery : CASED
39. Skip : OMIT
40. Business mag : INC
41. Lawn : GRASS
42. "The Taming of the Shrew" setting : PADUA
43. Spy's byword : SECRECY
45. Police datum : ARREST
46. Assistance : AID
47. Like toast : CRISP
48. Final stroke : COUPDEGRACE
53. Fate : LOT
56. The "A" in A.D. : ANNO
57. Film ___ : NOIR
58. Pan-fry : SAUTE
60. Harness part : REIN
61. Gusto : ZEST
62. Greek satirist : TIMON
63. These may be fine : ARTS
64. On the main : ASEA
65. Driving hazard : SLEET
1. Cuatro y cuatro : OCHO
2. N.F.L. receiver Biletnikoff : FRED
3. Tropical viper : FERDELANCE
4. Bastille Day season : ETE
5. Give back : RESTORE
6. World Court site, with "The" : HAGUE
7. Finished : OVER
8. Thoreau subject : POND
9. Confined, as in wartime : INTERNED
10. Give, as time : DEVOTE
11. Gen. Bradley : OMAR
12. Over-the-counter cold remedy : ZINC
13. Otherwise : ELSE
22. Aged : OLD
23. Ado : FUSS
25. ___ d'Azur (French Riviera) : COTE
27. Certain skirt : MIDI
28. Actor Jeremy : IRONS
29. Long-winded : GASSY
30. Nouvelle Caledonie and others : ILES
31. Pseudonym : NOMDEPLUME
32. Julius Caesar's first name : GAIUS
34. W.W. II enlistee : WAAC
36. Immediately, in the E.R. : STAT
38. Sideboard : CREDENZA
39. Sculls : OARS
41. Part of a crossword : GRID
42. Clergymen : PRIESTS
44. Poultry offerings : CAPONS
45. Compass tracing : ARC
47. Magna ___ : CARTA
48. Dear, as a signorina : CARA
49. Unique person : ONER
50. Military group : UNIT
51. "Anything ___" (1934 or 1987 musical) : GOES
52. Levitate : RISE
54. Siouan tribe : OTOE
55. Camp shelter : TENT
59. Be sick : AIL

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