New York Times, Saturday, June 3, 1995

Author: Bob Klahn
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Klahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 36 Missing: {KQXYZ} This is puzzle # 12 for Mr. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Arrogant expression of opinion : DOGMA
6. It’s a long story : NOVELLA
13. Bring to a boil : ENRAGE
15. Lady’s maid : ABIGAIL
16. Breakwater : SEAWALL
18. C.E.O.’s : TOPGUNS
19. An end to sex? : ISM
20. Sponges : LEECHES
22. “America’s longest-lasting car” : REO
23. Party animal? : STAG
25. World book : ATLAS
26. Cairn : HEAP
27. Humped, in Hornsey : TOTED
29. Last word of Kipling’s “If” : SON
30. Promenades : MALLS
31. Picnic favorite : POTATOSALAD
34. Valentino was one : MATINEEIDOL
36. 50’s-60’s TV mom : JUNECLEAVER
38. Intimate : BOSOM
41. Coping device : SAW
42. Staff notes : MEMOS
44. League member : ARAB
45. Drops a line : DELES
47. Disport : ROMP
48. Jaye’s “The Crying Game” role : DIL
49. Dresses to kill : DOLLSUP
51. Jazz grp. : NBA
52. Take away by truck : HAULOFF
54. Dan Patch, for a famous example : TROTTER
56. Math figure : ANTILOG
57. Mae West wearers : FLIERS
58. Eminent composer : MAESTRO
59. Mount : STAGE
1. Forbear : DESIST
2. Like some shopping : ONESTOP
3. Chemist’s unit : GRAMATOM
4. Crop : MAW
5. 1946 song “_____ in Calico” : AGAL
6. “The Day of the Locust” author : NATHANAELWEST
7. Modern shawms : OBOES
8. High muck-a-mucks : VIPS
9. It runs when broken : EGG
10. “Way Out West” costar : LAUREL
11. Hereditary : LINEAL
12. “We Accuse” coauthors : ALSOPS
14. Where Zeno and Parmenides taught : ELEA
17. Deteriorates : LETSONESELFGO
21. Strike on the outside corner, e.g. : CLOSECALL
24. Silhouettes’ 1958 chart-topper : GETAJOB
26. Entertained at home : HADOVER
28. Small quantity of dope? : DATUM
30. Dear _____ (letter start) : MADAM
32. Soldier’s leader : TIN
33. First U.N. Secretary General : LIE
35. Popular throat soother : LEMONTEA
37. “Stouthearted Men” composer : ROMBERG
38. “Saturday Night Fever” director John : BADHAM
39. Epithet for Elizabeth I : ORIANA
40. General courtesy? : SALUTE
43. Exiguous : SPARSE
45. Serve : DOFOR
46. Sound swell? : SURF
49. Yo-yo : DOLT
50. Hustings figures : POLS
53. Lille lily : LIS
55. Kind of mouse : TIT

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