New York Times, Saturday, October 21, 1995

Author: Daniel R. Stark
Editor: Will Shortz
Daniel R. Stark
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 26 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Stark. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Monster slain by Bellerophon : CHIMERA
8. Couldn’t get a grip : DANGLED
15. Like some guests : HONORED
16. Flow : EMANATE
17. Relieve : ASSUAGE
18. One in a dangerous school : PIRANHA
19. Mini-peninsulas : SPITS
20. Mekong Buddhist : LAO
22. Forest nymph : DRYAD
23. Fairy mound of Irish folklore : SIDH
24. Not au courant : PASSE
26. Rural route : LANE
27. Sparklers : ICE
28. Deli machines : SLICERS
30. Clark of “Hee Haw” : ROY
31. Lover’s offering : SERENADE
33. Bull’s eye : MIDDLE
35. More than a nuisance : BETENOIRE
37. Attack : COMBAT
40. Periodic oscillation : SINEWAVE
44. Not seal’d : OPE
45. Unclean : DEFILED
47. Article for the Brothers Grimm : EIN
48. 5000 or Vigor, e.g. : AUDI
50. Where some sleighs land : ROOFS
51. Play, in a sense : ROOM
52. Sound of a toast : CLINK
54. Prefix with planar or polar : UNI
55. White-leafed flower : CALLA
56. More exciting : HEADIER
58. Isaac Bashevis Singer novel : ENEMIES
60. Importune : ENTREAT
61. Rodeo gear : LARIATS
62. Kind of fighter : STEALTH
63. Courtside chant : DEFENSE
1. Frame : CHASSIS
2. Pilgrim’s shelter : HOSPICE
3. One with privileged knowledge : INSIDER
4. Spout (off) : MOUTH
5. Precambrian and others : ERAS
6. Ordinary size: Abbr. : REG
7. “Guys and Dolls” doll : ADELAIDE
8. Oust : DEPOSE
9. Bon or mon follower : AMI
10. Plant used in ancient ointments : NARD
11. Contort : GNARL
12. Whistle cord : LANYARD
13. Rubbing alcohol : ETHANOL
14. Dick _____, “H.M.S. Pinafore” seaman : DEADEYE
21. Event in Luke, with “the” : ASCENSION
24. Diner offering : PLATTER
25. Heraldic furs : ERMINES
28. Three-time Masters winner : SNEAD
29. Begot : SIRED
32. Flood’s counterpart : EBB
34. Drops in the morning : DEW
36. Well site : OILFIELD
37. Trains : COACHES
38. Lavish : OPULENT
39. Make peace : MEDIATE
41. Kind of harp : AEOLIAN
42. “By ashen roots the _____ blow”: Tennyson : VIOLETS
43. All together : ENMASSE
46. Annual holiday, with “the” : FOURTH
49. Vedic god of rain and thunder : INDRA
51. Lustrous fiber : RAMIE
53. Port on the Baltic : KIEL
55. Publisher Bennett : CERF
57. Down : EAT
59. Refusal, in Renfrew : NAE

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