New York Times, Wednesday, June 21, 1995

Author: Dorothea E. Shipp
Editor: Will Shortz
Dorothea E. Shipp
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 42 Missing: {BJKQWZ} This is puzzle # 64 for Ms. Shipp. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Buccaneer's home : TAMPA
6. Waylay : ACCOST
12. Witches' brews : POTIONS
14. ____ Rico : PUERTO
15. Patient's worry* : RELAPSE
16. Event for select customers* : PRESALE
18. ____ nutshell : INA
19. To be: Sp. : SER
20. Old spy org. : OSS
21. Novelist Josephine : TEY
22. Jazzman Herbie : MANN
24. Charlotte ____ (dessert) : RUSSE
26. Ancient, in bygone days : OLDE
27. Necessity for Hillary : PITON
29. "Little old me?" : MOI
30. Huxtable boy and others : THEOS
31. Linda of "Alice" : LAVIN
33. Not alfresco : INDOORS
35. Where Rome and Athens are : GEORGIA
37. Fashion again : RESHAPE
40. Bashkir's belief : ISLAM
44. 1985 Michener best seller : TEXAS
45. W.W. I body: Abbr. : AEF
47. Dutch export : TULIP
49. Dutch export : EDAM
50. Holmes novel "____ Venner" : ELSIE
52. Actress Lollobrigida : GINA
53. Word before and after "in" : ARM
54. Diminutive suffix : CLE
55. Haile Selassie, e.g.: Abbr. : EMP
57. Witticism : MOT
58. Some laws* : REPEALS
60. Ballerinas, in a way* : LEAPERS
62. Polish, e.g. : SLAVIC
63. Propriety : DECENCY
64. Unruffled : SERENE
65. Oscar de la ____ : RENTA
1. Pedicure's target : TOENAIL
2. XXVI Olympiad site : ATLANTA
3. "Mamma ____!" : MIA
4. Daddy-o : POPS
5. Goose genus : ANSER
6. Next-door : APPOSING
7. A mummy may have one : CURSE
8. So-so grades : CEES
9. Surgery sites, for short : ORS
10. Music's ____ Brothers : STATLER
11. Steel-bladed swords : TOLEDOS
12. Get the hair just right : PRIMP
13. Blood ____ : SERUM
17. Hurricane centers : EYES
23. Ballot time: Abbr. : NOV
25. Elite parties : SOIREES
26. "What have we here?!" : OHO
28. Nears, old-style : NIGHS
30. Anniversary offering : TOAST
32. Teachers' org. since 1857 : NEA
34. Sixth-century date : DII
36. Shimmer : OPALESCE
37. Satisfaction : REDRESS
38. Instruction clarifier : EXAMPLE
39. Newsman Donaldson : SAM
41. Kind of sail : LUG
42. Food : ALIMENT
43. Balearic island : MINORCA
44. It may be taped : TEAR
46. Word with "of honor" or "of vision" : FIELD
48. Pushover : PATSY
50. Mystery writer Stanley : ELLIN
51. Qatar V.I.P. : EMEER
54. Locale for Ali Baba : CAVE
56. Tempo : PACE
59. Listener : EAR
61. Parker, e.g. : PEN

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