New York Times, Friday, August 8, 1997

Author: Martin Ashwood-Smith and Bob Klahn
Editor: Will Shortz
Martin Ashwood-Smith
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796/5/19916/19/20158
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000245815
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1.520017
Bob Klahn
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601/29/19945/22/201110
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1313121426
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1.57011

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 28 Missing: {QXY} Spans: 6, (2 triple stacks) This is puzzle # 20 for Mr. Ashwood-Smith. This is puzzle # 28 for Mr. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Posts in the Hearst empire : EDITORIALCHAIRS
16. Bailed out : CAMETOTHERESCUE
17. Bark, generally : THREEMASTEDSHIP
18. Gene Autry's "___ Faithful" : OLE
19. Wailuku welcome : ALOHA
20. Nobelist Morrison : TONI
21. "Woodstock" songwriter Mitchell : JONI
23. Voltmeter meas. : EMF
25. Mandela's land: Abbr. : RSA
26. Fighting bird : GAMECOCK
30. Memnon's mother, in Homer : EOS
32. Dispatch boat : AVISO
33. One way to resign : INPROTEST
38. Preseason staple : RERUN
39. Animals: Suffix : ZOA
40. Hamlet's relatives : TOWNS
41. A piece of one's mind? : BRAINCELL
43. More or less vertical : APEAK
44. With 4-Down, perfectly : TOA
45. Digs : LODGINGS
47. First name in horror : LON
50. A.A.A. recommendation : RTE
52. Congregate : MEET
53. Compass : AREA
55. "Roustabout" star : ELVIS
57. "The Simpsons" storekeeper : APU
60. They're debatable : BORDERLINECASES
64. International understanding : ENTENTECORDIALE
65. Snaps : LOSESONESTEMPER
1. Prefix with -therm : ECTO
2. "Kiss, Kiss" author : DAHL
3. Hungarian poet Madach : IMRE
4. See 44-Across : TEE
5. Suffix with Capri : OTE
6. Cheese made from ewe's milk : ROMANO
7. Underscore : ITALICIZE
8. "Now I see!" : AHSO
9. Oblivion : LETHE
10. Service piece : CREAMER
11. "___ make a lovely corpse": Dickens : HED
12. Kind of D.A. : ASST
13. It ran in Ares' arteries : ICHOR
14. Wreckage : RUINS
15. Print tint : SEPIA
21. Follower of Ignatius Loyola : JESUIT
22. Bunker player : OCONNOR
24. "Live at Five" clip : FOOTAGE
26. Habit : GARB
27. Say for sure : AVER
28. Red giant in the constellation Cetus : MIRA
29. Mound : KNOLL
31. "Enough!" : STOPIT
34. Trigger and others : PALOMINOS
35. Gershwin biographer David : EWEN
36. Hitch or glitch : SNAG
37. Priggish pronouncements : TSKS
42. Pamper : CATERTO
46. Ditch : DESERT
47. Record company : LABEL
48. Maine college town : ORONO
49. "Dagnabbit!" : NERTS
51. Columnist Goodman : ELLEN
54. Chick's tail? : ADEE
56. Number two : VICE
57. Chop-chop : ASAP
58. 1958 World Cup sensation : PELE
59. Mouse manipulator : USER
61. No one has two of them : ENS
62. Do, re, mi : CDE
63. Object : AIM

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