New York Times, Wednesday, August 9, 1995

Author: Richard Hughes
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Hughes
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Hughes. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Open a bit : AJAR
5. Attach : ADDON
10. "Four Weddings ____ Funeral" : ANDA
14. Ecce ____ : HOMO
15. Ball in the game of pétanque : BOULE
16. Like some college volleyball : COED
17. Start of a quip : SHOWBIZADVICETO
20. Switch positions : ONS
21. Fred's familial partner : ADELE
22. Pry : LEVER
23. Justice Fortas : ABE
24. Garment with laces : BODICE
25. Part 2 of the quip : TEDDYROOSEVELT
31. "Wanted" poster name : ALIAS
32. 100 paise : RUPEE
33. Microscopic : TINY
34. Ulan ____ : BATOR
35. Inventory system, for short : FIFO
39. Three-time British Open golf champ : FALDO
40. Reflected on, with "over" : PORED
41. Part 3 of the quip : SPEAKSOFTLYAND
45. Musician's equipment handler : ROADIE
46. Singer, in a way : RAT
47. Change : ALTER
48. Mark : TRAIT
51. ____ Tunas, Cuba : LAS
54. End of the quip : CARRYABIGSHTICK
57. Modern sci. course : ECOL
58. Stop work, slangily : BAGIT
59. ____ a soul : NARY
60. Stet's opposite : DELE
61. Construction equipment : CRANE
62. Logical diagram : TREE
1. Charlie Chan comment : AHSO
2. Most common papal name : JOHN
3. Book after Joel : AMOS
4. Scuffle : ROW
5. Job, for one : ABIDER
6. Nap : DOZE
7. Word with citizen or purpose : DUAL
8. Ye ____ Shoppe : OLDE
9. Ariz. neighbor : NEV
10. Yield : ACCEDE
11. What a monkey senses, in a saying : NOEVIL
12. Catch sight of : DETECT
13. More than like : ADORE
18. ____ breath : BABYS
19. Words starting many bumper stickers : ILOVE
23. Call it ____ : ADAY
24. Kind of blast : BEER
25. Make lace : TAT
26. Hebrew judge : ELI
27. Racket : DIN
28. Some finals : ORALS
29. Surpass : OUTDO
30. Parody : SPOOF
34. Use a kiln : BAKE
35. Four-time Indy winner : FOYT
36. Item listed on an I.R.S. form : IRA
37. Marsh : FEN
38. Out of the ordinary : ODD
39. Wand wielder : FAIRY
40. "The Bell Jar" author : PLATH
41. Comfort : SOLACE
42. Beat work : PATROL
43. Channel swimmer Gertrude : EDERLE
44. Sibelius's "Valse ____" : TRISTE
45. Hied : RACED
48. Skier's aid : TBAR
49. Gulf of ____ (Baltic arm) : RIGA
50. Opposed to, in dialect : AGIN
51. Polygraph failer : LIAR
52. Caldwell's "God's Little ____" : ACRE
53. Inner Hebrides island : SKYE
55. Broadcast channel : ABC
56. Cable channel : TNT

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