New York Times, Wednesday, July 3, 1996

Author: F. Heaney
Editor: Will Shortz
Francis Heaney
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Heaney. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Not roundabout : DIRECT
7. Let in on : TOLD
11. Stomach muscles, for short : ABS
14. Red pencil wielder : EDITOR
15. Devoted : AVID
16. Champagne-opening sound : POP
17. Best Picture of 1950 : ALLABOUTEVE
19. Air pressure abbr. : PSI
20. Start of a giant's chant : FEE
21. Reporter's credit : BYLINE
22. Swing Around : SLUE
23. Mr. Kadiddlehopper : CLEM
24. Mean : INTEND
26. Whacks hard : BASHES
29. Former French province near Flanders : ARTOIS
31. Word with city or circle : INNER
32. 180 (degrees) : ABOUTFACE
35. Approval : OKAY
36. Approval : STAMP
37. Calm : LULL
38. Nickname for Michigan : LAKESTATE
40. "Excalibur" actor Williamson : NICOL
41. Keep secret, in a way : ENCODE
42. No-no at cards : RENEGE
43. Rutabaga : TURNIP
45. Hi and Lois's pet : DAWG
46. Mayberry denizen : OPIE
47. Loses it : PANICS
50. Fertility lab supply : OVA
53. ___Jesse Jackson : REV
54. Classic palindrome : MADAMIMADAM
56. Rachmaninoff's Symphony No. 2___minor : INE
57. Jejune : ARID
58. Port in Italia : NAPOLI
59. Mil. chief : CDR
60. Author Ferber : EDNA
61. Main course : ENTREE
1. Unpersuadable : DEAF
2. Twiddling one's thumbs : IDLE
3. Heat up : RILE
4. H, to a Greek : ETA
5. Saver of soles? : COBBLER
6. French poet Chretien de___ : TROYES
7. "Jour de Fete" director and star : TATI
8. Kiln : OVEN
9. Have fun : LIVEITUP
10. H.S.T.'s successor : DDE
11. Nonsense : APPLESAUCE
12. Petty officer : BOSUN
13. Did "Mission: Impossible" work : SPIED
18. Port on the Dunube : ULM
22. Oppressive : STIFLING
23. Foes of Custer : CHEYENNE
25. "Wayne's World" word : NOT
26. Branch of 39-Down : BIOL
27. Singer Paul : ANKA
28. Site of a Knievel jump : SNAKERIVER
29. Let up : ABATE
30. Road nexus, proverbially : ROME
32. Not much : ATAD
33. Folk dancer's shoe : CLOG
34. Popular fashion magazine : ELLE
36. "Arcadia" playwright : STOPPARD
39. Sch. subject : SCI
40. Sam Donaldson, e.g. : NEWSMAN
42. Playwright Jean : RACINE
43. Doughnut-shaped : TORIC
44. Flip : UPEND
45. Not too smart : DIM
48. Tennis score : ADIN
49. Zip, to Zapata : NADA
50. Stench : ODOR
51. ___of tears : VALE
52. Friend of the famille : AMIE
54. West of "I'm No Angel" : MAE
55. Quick to learn : APT

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