New York Times, Monday, November 18, 1996

Author: F. & L. Sabin
Editor: Will Shortz
Fran Sabin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 13 for Ms. Sabin. This is puzzle # 117 for Mr. Sabin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. One of the Three Bears : PAPA
5. Dog restraint : LEASH
10. "___ It Romantic?" : ISNT
14. Misfortunes : ILLS
15. Dramatist Edward : ALBEE
16. Swirl with a spoon : STIR
17. School cutup : CLASSCLOWN
19. Moon goddess : LUNA
20. Basic belief : TENET
21. "You said it!" : AMEN
22. Garden of Eden man : ADAM
23. Slept noisily : SNORED
25. Muscular : BRAWNY
27. Pony's gait : TROT
29. Like some committees : ADHOC
32. Young 'uns : LADS
35. Between-meals eater : NOSHER
39. Hubbub : ADO
40. Drink cooler : ICE
41. Art student's subject : ANATOMY
42. On, as a lamp : LIT
43. Pie ___ mode : ALA
44. Longtime PBS series : NATURE
45. Artist Paul : KLEE
46. Kind of sentence : RUNON
48. "...one ___ two!" (Welk intro) : ANDA
50. Gobbles (up) : SCARFS
54. Wreck, as a train : DERAIL
58. 1970 Kinks hit : LOLA
60. Poker players' markers : IOUS
62. Catch cowboy-style : LASSO
63. "We try harder" company : AVIS
64. Head of P.E. class : GYMTEACHER
66. ___-majeste : LESE
67. "Stand and Deliver" star Edward James ___ : OLMOS
68. Mister, in Munich : HERR
69. Pretentiously cultured : ARTY
70. Harvests : REAPS
71. "That's clear" : ISEE
1. Early Brits : PICTS
2. Revolutionary hero Ethan : ALLEN
3. City in north Texas : PLANO
4. Declares : ASSERTS
5. Fond du ___, Wis. : LAC
6. Scat queen Fitzgerald : ELLA
7. Manhattan Project project : ABOMB
8. Underground passage : SEWER
9. Redhead's dye : HENNA
10. Cuba, e.g. : ISLAND
11. Quiet schoolroom : STUDYHALL
12. Ship of 1492 : NINA
13. Coal car : TRAM
18. Suffix with trick or prank : STER
24. Fashion's Karan : DONNA
26. Cautious : WARY
28. Perfectly : TOAT
30. "Garfield" dog : ODIE
31. Pigeon's home : COTE
32. Fibber : LIAR
33. Rights defender, for short : ACLU
34. Honor for the A-team? : DEANSLIST
36. Alphabet trio : STU
37. Dance at a Jewish wedding : HORA
38. Improve : EMEND
41. Model ___ Nicole Smith : ANNA
45. Pakistani port : KARACHI
47. Playwright Sean : OCASEY
49. Oscar ___ Renta : DELA
51. Hardship : RIGOR
52. Christopher Morley's "Kitty ___" : FOYLE
53. Highest, in honors : SUMMA
55. Grave matter? : ASHES
56. River to the Rhone : ISERE
57. Actor Peter : LORRE
58. Bit of a song refrain : LALA
59. Partner of "done with" : OVER
61. "Knock it off!" : STOP
65. Road curve : ESS

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