New York Times, Monday, July 31, 1995

Author: Elizabeth Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Muscle malady : ACHE
5. Fitzgerald and others : ELLAS
10. Computer drive capacity, in slang : MEGS
14. Weaver's apparatus : LOOM
15. Intimidate : DAUNT
16. With the stroke of ____ : APEN
17. At times, it's a stretch : LIMO
18. Secretary's instrument : DICTAPHONE
20. Opening for a coin : SLOT
21. Tick off : IRK
22. New York's ____ Mansion : GRACIE
23. Evergreens : PINES
25. One more : ANOTHER
26. Louts : YAHOOS
28. Muscle malady : SPASM
29. Parallel to : ALONG
30. Evening's opposite : MORN
31. In the center of : AMID
35. Ashen : WAN
36. Discharge, as a liquid : SECRETE
39. Flightless bird : EMU
40. Gladly : LIEF
42. Butter squares : PATS
43. Boston airport : LOGAN
45. Doesn't include : OMITS
47. Turned into : BECAME
48. Post office deliveries : PARCELS
51. Expletive replacement : BLEEP
52. Titillate : AROUSE
53. Miler Sebastian : COE
54. Pequod's captain : AHAB
57. Band member's instrument : SOUSAPHONE
59. It's off-limits : NONO
60. Carry : TOTE
61. Like oxfords : SOLED
62. What's gotten ____ you? : INTO
63. Ed of "Daniel Boone" : AMES
64. 1923 Literature Nobelist : YEATS
65. Average marks : CEES
1. "____ Well That Ends Well" : ALLS
2. Snake shape : COIL
3. Punster's instrument : HOMOPHONE
4. Feeling : EMOTION
5. Whirling currents : EDDIES
6. Dens : LAIRS
7. Gambler's need : LUCK
8. Industrious worker : ANT
9. Not moving : STAGNANT
10. Gandhi's title : MAHATMA
11. Geologic time : EPOCH
12. Wish granter : GENIE
13. Show of contempt : SNEER
19. U.S. Open players, usually : PROS
24. Yuletide drinks : NOGS
25. "____ moi le déluge" : APRES
26. Two-master : YAWL
27. Jai ____ : ALAI
28. Does prelaundry work : SORTS
30. Exams for future drs. : MCATS
32. Cheerleader's instrument : MEGAPHONE
33. Muslim leader : IMAM
34. Sand formation : DUNE
37. Neurontin treats it : EPILEPSY
38. Gen. Robt. ____ : ELEE
41. Zeroes in (on) : FOCUSES
44. Relating to the sea : OCEANIC
46. Natural table : MESA
47. Runs, as a color : BLEEDS
48. Trattoria plateful : PASTA
49. Woolf's "____ of One's Own" : AROOM
50. Way to go : ROUTE
51. Lisa of "The Cosby Show" : BONET
53. Pepsi, e.g. : COLA
55. Sometimes its upped : ANTE
56. Opposite of huzzahs : BOOS
58. Garden tool : HOE

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