New York Times, Monday, July 21, 1997

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {BJQWX} This is puzzle # 48 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "Quite contrary" nursery rhyme girl : MARY
5. Sudden outpouring : SPATE
10. June 6, 1944 : DDAY
14. Pinza of "South Pacific" : EZIO
15. "Here ___ trouble!" : COMES
16. Straight line : RULE
17. Chest organ : LUNG
18. Make amends (for) : ATONE
19. Goat's-milk cheese : FETA
20. 60's TV medical drama : DRKILDARE
22. Detective Lord ___ Wimsey : PETER
23. Guinness suffix : EST
24. Shooting stars : METEORS
26. World Wildlife Fund's symbol : PANDA
30. "The Hairy Ape" playwright : ONEILL
32. Gets educated : LEARNS
34. Finale : END
35. Deep cut : GASH
39. Saharan : ARID
40. Writer Bret : HARTE
42. Butter alternative : OLEO
43. ___ contendere (court plea) : NOLO
44. Kind of "vu" in a classified : RIV
45. Colossus of ___ : RHODES
47. Hardy's partner : LAUREL
50. Get used (to) : ADAPT
51. Medicine injector : SYRINGE
54. Neighbor of Syr. : ISR
56. Enough to sink one's teeth into : MEATY
57. Pasternak hero : DRZHIVAGO
63. "___ just me or...?" : ISIT
64. Indian corn : MAIZE
65. Not theirs : OURS
66. Rat (on) : TELL
67. TV's "Kate & ___" : ALLIE
68. Romance lang. : ITAL
69. In ___ (actually) : ESSE
70. She had "the face that launched a thousand ships" : HELEN
71. Fuddy-duddy : DODO
1. Blend : MELD
2. Cote d'___ : AZUR
3. N.H.L. venue : RINK
4. Cartoon bear : YOGI
5. Oodles : SCADS
6. Latke ingredient : POTATO
7. Cupid : AMOR
8. Rent-controlled building, maybe : TENEMENT
9. WNW's opposite : ESE
10. British rock group since the mid-70's : DRFEELGOOD
11. Because of : DUETO
12. Take up, as a hem : ALTER
13. Sophomore and junior, e.g. : YEARS
21. Low-fat : LEAN
22. ___ Club (onetime TV group) : PTL
25. Downy duck : EIDER
26. Scheme : PLAN
27. Prefix with dynamic : AERO
28. It gets hit on the head : NAIL
29. 1967 Rex Harrison film role : DRDOLITTLE
31. Moxie : NERVE
33. Shoulder motion : SHRUG
36. Actor Alan : ALDA
37. Trickle : SEEP
38. Party thrower : HOST
41. Wiry dog : AIREDALE
46. Spy Mata ___ : HARI
48. Unspecified one : ANY
49. Tin ___ : LIZZIE
51. Wallop : SMITE
52. O.K.'s : YESES
53. Train tracks : RAILS
55. Luster : SHEEN
58. Streamlet : RILL
59. Empty : VOID
60. Garage occupant : AUTO
61. Alum : GRAD
62. Sonja Henie's birthplace : OSLO
64. ___-jongg : MAH

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