New York Times, Tuesday, November 28, 1995

Author: Norman S. Wizer
Editor: Will Shortz
Norman S. Wizer
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQV} This is puzzle # 24 for Mr. Wizer. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Angel's instrument : HARP
5. Hardly emotional : STOIC
10. What's more : PLUS
14. Pain reliever : ALOE
15. "Where's ____?" : WALDO
16. Use U-Haul, e.g. : RENT
17. Serve with a summons : CITE
18. Sacro follower : ILIAC
19. Famous Ferrara family : ESTE
20. Dogpatch's ____ Joy Juice : KICKAPOO
22. Be servile (to) : KOWTOW
24. Revival shout : AMEN
25. "I Remember ____" : MAMA
26. Brazilian dances : SAMBAS
29. Downfall : WATERLOO
33. "It's ____ question" : AMOOT
34. Church belief : CANON
35. Old World money : ECU
36. Capital of Hawaii County : HILO
37. Operatic voice : BASSO
38. Bangkok buck : BAHT
39. Bank pymt. : INT
40. Lustrous velvet : PANNE
41. Amalgamated : FUSED
42. Vigorous 60's dance : BOOGALOO
44. Roman statesman : CICERO
45. Every, in Essen : ALLE
46. Polio vaccinator : SALK
47. Country singer West : SHELLY
50. Australian marsupial : WALLAROO
54. Musical conclusion : CODA
55. Boring : HOHUM
57. Watermelon waste : RIND
58. N.Y.S.E. counterpart : AMEX
59. In the bag : ONICE
60. Tribe in the Winnebago nation : OTOE
61. Naysay : DENY
62. Seeped : OOZED
63. Rows : OARS
1. Literary drudge : HACK
2. Et ____ (and others) : ALII
3. Coll. student's income source : ROTC
4. Tot's game : PEEKABOO
5. Liberates, so to speak : SWIPES
6. Eagle's grabber : TALON
7. Mishmash : OLIO
8. Mrs. McKinley : IDA
9. Crested parrot : COCKATOO
10. From the 30's, e.g. : PREWAR
11. "____ we forget" : LEST
12. "For ____ us a child..." : UNTO
13. Flight attendant, slangily : STEW
21. Word for a Latin lover? : AMAT
23. Boding : OMEN
25. Imposing home : MANSE
26. Sir, in Ahmedabad : SAHIB
27. Protein acid : AMINO
28. Very, in Verona : MOLTO
29. ____ match for (couldn't compete with) : WASNO
30. Let : LEASE
31. Orangish shade : OCHER
32. Show up : OUTDO
34. Dugout : CANOE
37. Hype : BALLYHOO
38. Cowboy : BUCKAROO
40. Coffin cloth : PALL
41. Pervade : FILL
43. ____ of stars : GALAXY
44. Given Demerol, e.g. : CALMED
46. Hooch : SAUCE
47. Multitude : SCAD
48. "____, James!" : HOME
49. First lady's residence : EDEN
50. Crackerjack : WHIZ
51. Pinup Hayworth : RITA
52. ____ about (around) : ONOR
53. Poetical tributes : ODES
56. Singer Yoko : ONO

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