New York Times, Monday, October 14, 1996

Author: R. White
Editor: Will Shortz
Rose White
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 2 This is the debut puzzle for Ms. White. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Close of a musical composition : CODA
5. Cancer, zodiacally : CRAB
9. Bit of dust : SPECK
14. Wall ___ (furniture item) : UNIT
15. Tramp : HOBO
16. Vietnam's capital : HANOI
17. Bart Simpson catch phrase : DONTHAVEACOWMAN
20. Artist's stand : EASEL
21. One side in baseball negotiations : OWNERS
22. Manet or Monet : PAINTER
25. Part of m.p.h. : PER
26. NNW's opposite : SSE
27. Avoid : EVADE
28. Deli sandwich : HERO
29. "Watch out!" : HEY
30. Prefix with byte : GIGA
31. "Saturday Night Fever" locales : DISCOS
33. Classic cowboy song : DONTFENCEMEIN
38. Capital of Taiwan : TAIPEI
39. Jolly good fellow : CHAP
41. Coolio's music : RAP
44. Cole Porter's "___ Do It" : LETS
45. Aspiring actor's major : DRAMA
46. Inventor Whitney : ELI
47. Suffix with child or fiend : ISH
48. One going 75, e.g. : SPEEDER
50. Approach intrusively : ACCOST
52. Diamond measure : CARAT
53. "Ha!" : DONTMAKEMELAUGH
58. Musical with the song "Buenos Aires" : EVITA
59. "___ delighted!" : IDBE
60. "The ___ of the Lock" : RAPE
61. Scout's work, for short : RECON
62. Faculty V.I.P. : DEAN
63. 1775 or 2001 : YEAR
1. Cow's chew : CUD
2. Lennon's lady : ONO
3. Racket : DIN
4. Coatroom employee : ATTENDANT
5. Fox hunt, e.g. : CHASE
6. Friend for Fido : ROVER
7. Cain's victim : ABEL
8. Jungle snake : BOA
9. Part of an auto dealership : SHOWROOM
10. Chess sacrifice, often : PAWN
11. Tangle up : ENMESH
12. Unrefined : COARSE
13. 40's sex researcher : KINSEY
18. Loathe : HATE
19. Engage in arm-twisting : COERCE
22. Coatroom hook : PEG
23. Keen : AVID
24. "Othello" villain : IAGO
25. "GoodFellas" Oscar winner Joe : PESCI
28. Dancer Gregory : HINES
31. The third dimension : DEPTH
32. Last-week-in-April honoree : SECRETARY
34. Lucky charm : TALISMAN
35. Party, south of the border : FIESTA
36. "If ___ a Hammer" : IHAD
37. Reputation : NAME
40. Score to beat, in golf : PAR
41. Library patron : READER
42. Nook : ALCOVE
43. Ant-attracting activity : PICNIC
45. Start of a card game : DEAL
48. Brazilian dance : SAMBA
49. Groom : PREEN
51. "Beetle Bailey" dog : OTTO
52. Surrender : CEDE
54. Baby goat : KID
55. Abu Dhabi's country: Abbr. : UAE
56. Student's 4.0, e.g. : GPA
57. Him's partner : HER

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