New York Times, Saturday, July 8, 1995

Author: Randolph Ross
Editor: Will Shortz
Randolph Ross
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 64, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JKQWXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 27 for Mr. Ross. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Having a spinning motion : STROBIC
8. Brouhahas : FLAPS
13. Where Napoleon died : STHELENA
14. Freshen : AIROUT
16. Kind of care : PRENATAL
17. Drawn : INATIE
18. Competitor of the Oakland : REO
19. Poison administrant : FANG
20. Change from X to NC-17, e.g. : RERATE
21. Some voters: Abbr. : INDS
23. Showy flower : SNAPDRAGON
25. "The _____ not master in its own house": Freud : EGOIS
27. Collar makers : ARRESTERS
28. Pour : STREAM
30. Truly : YEA
31. 1955 Leslie Caron film musical : THEGLASSSLIPPER
38. Not long. : LAT
39. Contend : STRIVE
40. Brief worker : PARALEGAL
46. Unanimous : SOLID
47. Insurance company paradigms : AVERAGEMEN
49. Big donors of a sort : PACS
50. Replace old obligations with new : NOVATE
51. Fab Four name : PAUL
53. Alphabet trio : STU
54. Rink caretakers : ICEMEN
55. Amiable 50's TV character : EDNORTON
57. Shade of red : CERISE
58. They employ red herrings : DECOYERS
59. Lab work : TESTS
60. Mistake fixers : ERASERS
1. Intensity : STRENGTH
2. Dryden's "_____ and Honoria" : THEODORE
3. Stimpy's TV friend : REN
4. Elgar's "King _____" : OLAF
5. Some stars : BETAS
6. Sumerian earth goddess : INANNA
7. Rodeo since 1912 : CALGARYSTAMPEDE
8. Win-win solutions : FAIRDEALS
9. Tennis court workmen : LINERS
10. Genesis mountain : ARARAT
11. Soup in Cannes : POTAGE
12. One who goes to court : SUITOR
13. Best prepared for gymnastics : SPRIEST
15. When the Dada movement began : TEENS
22. German victory : SIEG
24. C. in C. : PRES
26. Soda starter : SAL
29. They're on the Y chromosome : MALEGENES
32. Kind of brush : SAGE
33. Tag players : ITS
34. Stage piece : PROP
35. Ornamental column : PILASTER
36. House ousters : EVICTORS
37. Scenes at dusk : REDSUNS
40. Cause of an attack : PANIC
41. Long-legged bird : AVOCET
42. Resort city near Boston : REVERE
43. Dumas character : ARAMIS
44. State of the art, with "the" : LATEST
45. Head : LEADER
48. Never, in Nicaragua : NUNCA
52. "Gigi" playwright, 1951 : LOOS
56. Bar serving : RYE

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