New York Times, Friday, July 1, 1994

Author: Mel Taub
Editor: Will Shortz
Mel Taub
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 46 for Mr. Taub. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Ezio Pinza, e.g. : BASSO
6. Leak : BLAB
10. Mention publicly : PLUG
14. Mythological figure : OREAD
15. It's found on the end of a string : KITE
16. Hogarth depiction : RAKE
17. Texas A & M student : AGGIE
18. Untimely arrival : LATECOMER
20. National anthem? : COUNTRYMUSIC
22. 907 kilograms : NETTON
23. Sip : NURSE
27. Houston, for one : SAM
28. "To _____" (with 44-Across, tune to which U.S. anthem was set) : ANACREON
31. Belli's bailiwick : BAR
34. Gold Cup Day site : ASCOT
36. "Holy cow!" : EGAD
37. Cross to bear : ONUS
39. Not by a long shot : NOHOW
40. Lay by : SAVE
41. Straight prefix : RECT
42. Yemeni's neighbor : OMANI
43. Took the van : LED
44. See 28-Across : INHEAVEN
46. Pourboire : TIP
49. Direct : STEER
50. Obsolescent occupation : SCRIBE
53. National anthem? : LAYOFTHELAND
58. Whoop it up : MAKEMERRY
61. Nick of "Cape Fear" : NOLTE
62. Impersonator : APER
63. Hold overseas : GAOL
64. Grenoble's river : ISERE
65. Shadows : DOGS
66. More than cheerfulness : GLEE
67. Relinquished : CEDED
1. Whilom airline inits. : BOAC
2. About 1% of the atmosphere : ARGON
3. Transition : SEGUE
4. Louis and Paul, e.g. : SAINTS
5. Folk singer from Birmingham : ODETTA
6. Most populous N.Y.C. boro : BKLYN
7. Former Irish Prime Minister Cosgrave : LIAM
8. Alaskan wildlife refuge site : ATTU
9. Killer _____ : BEES
10. Gains : PROCURES
11. Beat it : LAM
12. Maui strings : UKE
13. Neighbor of Pol. : GER
19. U.S. Pres., militarily : CINC
21. Peter I, II or III : ROMANOV
24. Splendid : REGAL
25. Italian white wine : SOAVE
26. Ran its course : ENDED
28. Israelite stoned for stealing at Jericho : ACHAN
29. Twelve : NOON
30. Moving jerkily : ATWITCH
31. Bulgarian king, 1918-43 : BORIS
32. As to : ANENT
33. Pleated trimming : RUCHE
35. A number of : SOME
38. Four-time Super Bowl champs : STEELERS
45. Ancient Syria : ARAM
47. Peaceful : IRENIC
48. Hirsute : PILOSE
50. Distinctive manner : STYLE
51. In bundles : BALED
52. Among: Fr. : ENTRE
54. Burglar : YEGG
55. Rigorous test : ORAL
56. Cleaving tool : FROE
57. Actual performance : DEED
58. Touched : MAD
59. Mail abbr. : APO
60. Tapster's unit : KEG

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