New York Times, Thursday, February 16, 1995

Author: Christopher Hurt
Editor: Will Shortz
Christopher Hurt
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 40 Missing: {FJQVZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Hurt. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Spiral-horned sheep : ARGALI
7. Noël _____ : COWARD
13. Unnumbered spheres : CUEBALLS
16. First act : OPENER
17. It can be a charm : INTAGLIO
18. Butterfly, e.g. : MADAMA
19. Crowlike bird : DAW
20. Caveat _____ : EMPTOR
22. Shriver of tennis : PAM
23. Mirror fogger : STEAM
26. Sorority character : PHI
27. Volcanic island in the Aegean : THERA
29. Sanction : ALLOW
31. Alternative to Rep. to Dem. : IND
33. Solicits : ASKS
34. Noël's hit of 1941 : BLITHESPIRIT
37. 10,000 square meters : HECTARE
38. Cole's hit of 1934 : ANYTHINGGOES
43. Mexican Indian : PIMA
45. Alternative to Rep. or Dem. : SOC
46. Sagan's "pale blue dot" : EARTH
47. Out of place : INAPT
49. Opposite of fast : EAT
51. "The Merry Widow" composer : LEHAR
53. L.A. summer zone : PDT
54. Inn : HOSTEL
57. Imitate : APE
58. Religious works of art : PIETAS
60. Studies : EXAMINES
63. Galápagos creature : IGUANA
64. Made a splash : STOODOUT
65. Cole _____ : PORTER
66. Resells for a big profit : SCALPS
1. Substances with low pH : ACIDS
2. Drink on credit : RUNATAB
3. Hallmark sentiment : GETWELL
4. Court grp. : ABA
5. Slip behind : LAG
6. _____-et-Vilaine, France : ILLE
7. TV host, 1948-63 : COMO
8. Swirls and such : OPART
9. Made a commitment to : WED
10. Short, short, long : ANAPEST
11. Crack, so to speak : REMARK
12. Tragedies, e.g. : DRAMAS
14. Flaccid : LIMP
15. Noël and Cole, e.g. : SOPHISTICATES
21. _____ Alley : TINPAN
24. Three-time champ : ALI
25. Infested, in a way : MOTHY
28. "Bali _____" : HAI
30. Uses a strop : WHETS
32. Tennyson's "Break, Break, Break," e.g. : DIRGE
35. Bounces back : ECHOES
36. Stately : REGAL
38. College athlete : AMATEUR
39. Forty winks : NAP
40. Return on a deposit? : ORE
41. The kick in kirsch : ETHANOL
42. Become orderly : SHAPEUP
43. "Cheerio!" : PIPPIP
44. Musical mood? : INDIGO
48. Scottish title : THANE
50. Words : TEXT
52. Breathers : RESTS
55. Glacial ridges : OSAR
56. Luang Prabang's land : LAOS
59. Matter of retribution : TAT
61. Slipper, for short : MOC
62. Lupino of "High Sierra" : IDA

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