New York Times, Wednesday, February 28, 1996

Author: F.A. Longo
Editor: Will Shortz
Frank Longo
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 42 Missing: {FJKQXYZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Longo. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Shakespearean prince : HAL
4. Harridans : HAGS
8. Chopped : HEWED
13. Modern musician Brian : ENO
14. Iroquoian language : ERIE
15. At whom Peeping Tom peeped : GODIVA
16. Freudian topic : EGO
17. Actress Swenson : INGA
18. Let up : ABATED
19. Food meant for Lent : HOTCROSSBUNS
22. Geometry subject : AREA
23. Torments : AGONIES
27. Sub's activity : WARMINGTHEBENCH
32. Ordinary writing : PROSE
33. Part of P.R. : RICO
34. Gardner of "Mogambo" : AVA
37. French feminist's goal : EGALITE
41. Baseballer Williams : TED
42. Irritate : RILE
44. Start of a famous boast : ICAME
46. Imperturbable : COOLASACUCUMBER
53. Like most record albums : SLEEVED
54. Southeastern Kansas town : IOLA
55. Snub : COLDSHOULDER
60. Orchid organ : PISTIL
63. Keeps an account of : LOGS
64. Elvis's "___Lost You" : IVE
65. Clios and Obies : AWARDS
66. Au fait : ABLE
67. Not-so-impressive grade : CEE
68. Via Sacra attire : TOGAS
69. Piggies : TOES
70. Cincinnati has three : ENS
1. Bray : HEEHAW
2. Goat breed : ANGORA
3. Pirate at work : LOOTER
4. Next in line : HEIR
5. Cartoonist Peter : ARNO
6. Musicians' engagements : GIGS
7. Half___over (drunk) : SEAS
8. Rub elbows (with) : HOBNOB
9. "The Gathering" star : EDASNER
10. Sparkling gift? : WIT
11. Impending time : EVE
12. "Dear old" one : DAD
15. Test : GAUGE
20. Some skit humor : CAMP
21. "A Christmas Carol" cry : BAH
24. "What's___for me?" : INIT
25. ___homo : ECCE
26. Like workhorses : SHOD
28. High dudgeon : IRE
29. Eggy drink : NOG
30. Youth grp. founded in 1912 : GSA
31. Having a purpose : TELIC
34. Bridges of electricity : ARCS
35. Bass___ : VIOL
36. Sunburn soother : ALOE
38. Hosp. section : ICU
39. Tic-___ (candy) : TAC
40. Zoo bird : EMU
43. Sophocles tragedy : ELECTRA
45. Jannings of "The Blue Angel" : EMIL
47. Steers clear of : AVOIDS
48. They may be hard or soft : SELLS
49. Put in : ADD
50. Dress part : BODICE
51. Cricket squad : ELEVEN
52. Street shows : RAREES
56. Box spring support : SLAT
57. Bindlestiff : HOBO
58. Make goo-goo eyes at : OGLE
59. Exploits : USES
60. Bit of encouragement : PAT
61. ___Jima : IWO
62. Slump : SAG

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