New York Times, Monday, July 7, 1997

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 47 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "Othello" villain : IAGO
5. Flat-topped hills : MESAS
10. Colonel Mustard's game : CLUE
14. Eschew : SHUN
15. Some of the Pennsylvania Dutch : AMISH
16. Feed bag contents : OATS
17. Filly's mother : MARE
18. "Truly!" : NOLIE
19. Takes advantage of : USES
20. Jalopy : BUCKETOFBOLTS
23. Poker starter : ANTE
24. "Roses ___ red..." : ARE
25. Like a lot : ADORE
28. Fawn's mother : DOE
31. Necklace units : BEADS
35. Come about : BEFALL
37. Department of Justice div. : FBI
39. Tiny : WEE
40. Autumn 1940 aerial war : BATTLEOFBRITAIN
44. Prior to, poetically : ERE
45. Mao ___-tung : TSE
46. Tenor Caruso : ENRICO
47. Council of Trent, e.g. : SYNOD
50. Flower holder : URN
52. Spud : TATER
53. Lawyer's thing : RES
55. Texas Western, today: Abbr. : UTEP
57. Mule, e.g. : BEASTOFBURDEN
63. Kind of purse : COIN
64. Sidestep : AVOID
65. Norse Zeus : ODIN
67. Five-time Wimbledon champ, 1976-80 : BORG
68. Vintner Ernest or Julio : GALLO
69. Girl-watch or boy-watch : OGLE
70. ___-Ball (arcade game) : SKEE
71. Church officer : ELDER
72. Marsh plant : REED
1. Doctrine: Suffix : ISM
2. Captain obsessed : AHAB
3. Maven : GURU
4. Like some diamonds, sizewise : ONECARAT
5. "Luncheon on the Grass" painter Edouard : MANET
6. Chewed the scenery : EMOTED
7. Fodder storage site : SILO
8. "___ I cared!" : ASIF
9. Yemen, once : SHEBA
10. Grand ___ Dam : COULEE
11. Word before laugh or straw : LAST
12. Salt Lake City students : UTES
13. Feminine suffix : ESS
21. Toll : KNELL
22. Regalia item : ORB
25. French clerics : ABBES
26. Hon : DEARY
27. Time after time : OFTEN
29. Bid : OFFER
30. Retrocede : EBB
32. Lie in store for : AWAIT
33. Winter windshield setting : DEICE
34. Sir, in Seville : SENOR
36. What may be followed by improved service? : LET
38. Dander : IRE
41. Buckeyes' sch. : OSU
42. The "I" in ICBM : INTER
43. Cause of an unexpected fall : TRAPDOOR
48. Jellybean flavor : ORANGE
49. ___ Plaines, Ill. : DES
51. Marriageable : NUBILE
54. Old Wells Fargo transport : STAGE
56. Elizabeth I was the last one : TUDOR
57. Library unit : BOOK
58. Dublin's land : EIRE
59. Elliptical : OVAL
60. Quit, in poker : FOLD
61. Winning margin : EDGE
62. Longest river in the world : NILE
63. "60 Minutes" network : CBS
66. TV's "___ and Stacey" : NED

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