New York Times, Tuesday, August 13, 1996

Author: R. Hughes
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Hughes
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Hughes. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Thrash : LAM
4. It gives a lift at the circus : STILT
9. Surrounded by : AMID
13. "___ Carousel" (1967 Hollies hit) : ONA
14. Sea separating Greece from Turkey : AEGEAN
16. Yemen's capital : SANA
17. Broadway's "The ___ Game" : GIN
18. Fired, as a U.P.S. worker? : SENTPACKING
20. Residents: Suffix : ITES
22. Poe poem : TOHELEN
23. Fired, as a salesclerk? : CASHIERED
25. Capital of Bulgaria : SOFIA
29. Fairy tale villain : OGRE
30. Furrow : RUT
32. T.L.C. givers : RNS
33. Bikini, e.g. : ATOLL
36. "M'aidez," e.g. : SOS
37. Algebra or trig : MATH
38. Fired, as a ranch hand? : PUTOUTTOPASTURE
42. Bridge accomplishment : SLAM
43. Mouth, slangily : YAP
44. Enticed : LEDON
45. Syr. neighbor : ISR
46. Morse role on Broadway : TRU
47. Med. school course : ANAT
49. Authority : SAYSO
51. Fired, as a baseball player? : THROWNOUT
56. Batman and Robin, e.g. : TWOSOME
58. Pot starter : ANTE
59. Fired, as a firefighter? : GIVENTHEAXE
63. Container metal : TIN
64. Jacques "alive and well and living in Paris" : BREL
65. One under : BIRDIE
66. Molson, e.g. : ALE
67. House of ___-Coburg-Gotha : SAXE
68. H.S. juniors' exams : PSATS
69. Favorite : PET
1. Reasoning : LOGIC
2. Singer Bryant : ANITA
3. Horses' hair : MANES
4. KLM rival : SAS
5. Waver : TEETER
6. Pay no heed to : IGNORE
7. River of forgetfulness : LETHE
8. Convenience for Blockbuster customers : TAPEDROP
9. ___ quarter (eschew assistance) : ASKNO
10. Month in Paris : MAI
11. Bed and breakfast : INN
12. The U.N.'s Hammarskjold : DAG
15. Noted paperback publisher : NAL
19. "___ la guerre" : CEST
21. Temple greeting: Var. : SHOLOM
24. Eskimo home: Var. : IGLU
26. Business misbehavior : FRAUD
27. Opening bars : INTRO
28. Pale-faced : ASHEN
31. Dos Passos trilogy : USA
33. Architectural recess : APSIS
34. Oklahoma city : TULSA
35. Eared seal : OTARY
36. Bread, for stew : SOP
37. Sicilian height : MTETNA
39. Norse war god : TYR
40. What a strict captain runs : TAUTSHIP
41. Deli side dish : SLAW
46. Burg : TOWN
47. Naval force : ARMADA
48. 1944 Sartre drama : NOEXIT
50. Carved stone slab : STELE
52. Tillers : HOERS
53. From the barrel : ONTAP
54. Helpful : UTILE
55. Belief : TENET
57. Where N.Y.C horseplayers go : OTB
59. Literary monogram : GBS
60. Author Levin : IRA
61. Bother : VEX
62. Some M.I.T. grads : EES

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