New York Times, Friday, November 26, 1993

Author: Nancy A. Corbett
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy A. Corbett
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42 Missing: {FJKQWXYZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Corbett. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. List ender : ETAL
5. Intrinsically : PERSE
10. N.Y.C. station : PENN
14. Coveted review : RAVE
15. Love in Limoges : AMOUR
16. "_____, Brute?" : ETTU
17. Part of the eye : IRIS
18. Rams and Jets, e.g. : TEAMS
19. Newspaperman Adolph : OCHS
20. "No guarantees" : CAVEATEMPTOR
23. _____ Alte (Adenauer) : DER
24. 540-1600 on a radio : DIAL
27. Calpurnia's husband : CAESAR
31. Oner : RARAAVIS
35. Fluorescent-lamp filler : ARGON
36. Intoxicating drink of the gods : SOMA
37. Follower's suffix : IST
38. Unwelcome one : PERSONANONGRATA
42. Shad delicacy : ROE
43. Tight positions? : ENDS
44. Record : ENTER
45. Second self : ALTEREGO
48. Declare : ASSERT
49. Thrall of yore : ESNE
50. MS. perusers : EDS
51. Willy-nilly : NOLENSVOLENS
59. Concerning : INRE
62. Related maternally : ENATE
63. Assist a prankster : ABET
64. _____ bene : NOTA
65. Adder or asp : VIPER
66. Secure, in a way : NAIL
67. Not up : ABED
68. That is : IDEST
69. _____ Domini : ANNO
1. "The Red" : ERIC
2. "G.W.T.W." locale : TARA
3. Tel _____ : AVIV
4. Majesty lead-in : LESE
5. Little feet do it : PATTER
6. Title in Turkey : EMEER
7. Indulge one's wanderlust : ROAM
8. Waste reservoir : SUMP
9. Once, once : ERST
10. Bradley University site : PEORIA
11. Another list ender : ETC
12. Highest degree : NTH
13. Mus' followers : NUS
21. Hersey novel town : ADANO
22. Harem room : ODA
25. Control a 747 : AVIATE
26. Antiseptic-surgery pioneer Joseph : LISTER
27. "Lost Horizon" director : CAPRA
28. Tissue gap : AREOLE
29. They may be snowy : EGRETS
30. "Mayday!" : SOS
31. Musical form ending a sonata : RONDO
32. Freeman Gosden radio role : AMOS
33. Sought office : RAN
34. Embark : START
36. Squealed : SANG
39. Society-page word : NEE
40. Artist's paste : GESSO
41. T.L.C. is their forte : RNS
46. Nonet, for one : ENNEAD
47. Early auto : REO
48. Commercial, in British slang : ADVERT
50. _____ Park, Colorado : ESTES
52. Jeans maker Strauss : LEVI
53. Writer Bagnold : ENID
54. Neck part : NAPE
55. Miss Cantrell : LANA
56. "Voice of Israel" author, 1957 : EBAN
57. Nurnberg no : NEIN
58. Capital of Manche : STLO
59. _____ nutshell : INA
60. San Francisco hill : NOB
61. I-95, e.g.: Abbr. : RTE

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