New York Times, Saturday, August 10, 1996

Author: R. Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31 Missing: {X} This is puzzle # 41 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. One not to criticize : SACREDCOW
10. Excitement : FEVER
15. Musical tempo : ALLABREVE
16. Sprightly : AGILE
17. Went up like a monkey : CLAMBERED
18. Foggy : DAZED
19. Fusspots : HENS
20. Dynamic start : AERO
21. Proclamation : EDICT
22. Kind of white : EGG
23. Key of Beethoven's Symphony No. 7: Abbr. : AMAJ
24. ___ precedent : SETA
25. Lock : TRESS
27. Raskolnikov portrayer in 1935 : LORRE
31. Training unit : REP
32. Soaked : SODDEN
34. Contentious promise : YOULLSEE
36. River to the Severn : AVON
38. ___-Aryan (language group) : INDO
39. Stunned : SHAKENUP
43. Collaborate (with) : TEAMUP
47. Argument closer : QED
48. Refrain from enforcing, as a sentence : REMIT
50. Malign, with "at" : SNIPE
51. Cancel : UNDO
53. Remaining : LEFT
55. Some deg. holders : DRS
56. Common contraction : ARENT
58. City named for a Civil War general : RENO
59. "___ true?" : ISIT
60. "The Flying Dutchman" painter : RYDER
61. Instructional : EDUCATIVE
63. "I'd Be Surprisingly Good for You" musical : EVITA
64. One giving sermons : MORALIZER
65. "77 Sunset Strip" restaurant : DINOS
66. Vaudeville fare : ONELINERS
1. Powder pads : SACHETS
2. How to play "Waltzing Matilda" : ALLEGRO
3. Rung : CLANGED
4. 1980 Super Bowl losers : RAMS
5. Go down : EBB
6. Fancy : DREAM
7. Life, e.g. : CEREAL
8. Make more than happy : OVERJOY
9. Words of collective consent : WEDO
10. Wash out : FADE
11. "My word!" : EGADS
12. Former Muslim officials : VIZIERS
13. In : ELECTEE
14. Government bonds? : REDTAPE
23. Letter ender : ASEVER
26. Neb. neighbor : SDAK
28. Francis I, e.g. : ROI
29. Shrimp : RUNT
30. Like a tribal leader, perhaps : ELDEST
33. Bar ___ : NONE
35. Advance : LOAN
37. O.T. book : NUM
39. Balanced : SQUARED
40. Subject for Shakespeare : HENRYVI
41. Gave as a bonus : ADDEDIN
42. Committed a football violation : PILEDON
44. Not compact, maybe : MIDSIZE
45. In jail? : UPRIVER
46. Won't quit : PESTERS
49. Security of a kind : TENURE
52. "You're ___ talk!" : ONETO
54. Primary : FOCAL
57. Musical syllables : TRAS
58. San ___ : REMO
59. Pack ___ : ITIN
62. Richard's "Goodbye, Columbus" co-star : ALI

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