New York Times, Monday, October 7, 1996

Author: S. Spadaccini
Editor: Will Shortz
Stephanie Spadaccini
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 18 for Ms. Spadaccini. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Wolf, in Juarez : LOBO
5. Little bit : IOTA
9. At the acme of : ATOP
13. Desert caravan stops : OASES
14. Londoner, e.g. : BRIT
15. 1984 film "___ Man" : REPO
16. "Au revoir" : TILLWEMEETAGAIN
19. Hot, so to speak : STOLEN
20. Framework : GRID
21. Gypsy Rose's last name : LEE
22. "___ Plenty O' Nuttin'" : IGOT
24. Close loudly : SLAM
26. Jewel : GEM
29. Belonging to us : OURS
31. Ancient : AGEOLD
35. Dangerous March date : IDES
37. Firearms : GUNS
39. Mosaic, e.g. : INLAY
40. "Au contraire" : JUSTTHEOPPOSITE
43. Autumn color : OCHRE
44. Energetic one : DOER
45. Declare positively : AVER
46. Winnie-the-Pooh companion : EEYORE
48. Speaker's platform : DAIS
50. ___ gratia artis : ARS
51. Prefix with cure : PEDI
53. Harvest : REAP
55. Attack riotously : MOB
58. Warble : SING
60. Yell : SCREAM
64. "Au courant" : ABREASTOFTHINGS
67. Shipbuilder's wood : TEAK
68. Word-of-mouth : ORAL
69. Mideast leaders : EMIRS
70. Jekyll's alter ego : HYDE
71. Nothing, south of the border : NADA
72. "See, I did it!" : TADA
1. Cafe au ___ : LAIT
2. Sonja Henie's hometown : OSLO
3. Attorney Melvin : BELLI
4. Upstate New York city : OSWEGO
5. Blue chip co. : IBM
6. Portland's state: Abbr. : OREG
7. Wedding cake layers : TIERS
8. Well-known Hun : ATTILA
9. Evita's country: Abbr. : ARG
10. Greenish blue : TEAL
11. Ronny Howard TV role : OPIE
12. Corn bread : PONE
13. Extra playing periods, for short : OTS
17. "That will do!" : ENOUGH
18. Slowly, in music : ADAGIO
23. Lined up perfectly : TRUED
25. High I.Q. society : MENSA
26. W.W. II soldier : GIJOE
27. Draw out : EDUCE
28. Netted : MESHY
30. Headband : SNOOD
32. Baseballer Tony : OLIVA
33. "See ya!" : LATER
34. Easter egg colorers : DYERS
36. Barber's razor sharpener : STROP
38. Canape picker-upper : SPEAR
41. Actress Wright or singer Brewer : TERESA
42. Churchman : PRIEST
47. Phonograph's inventor : EDISON
49. Little perfumed bag : SACHET
52. The "I" in IV : INTRA
54. ___ donna : PRIMA
55. Arith. : MATH
56. Do what you're told : OBEY
57. Actor Pitt : BRAD
59. Egg on : GOAD
61. Sir Geraint's wife : ENID
62. Taj Mahal site : AGRA
63. Ed.'s documents : MSS
65. ___ out a living (get by) : EKE
66. St. Augustine's state : FLA

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