New York Times, Wednesday, March 13, 1996

Author: W. R. Williams
Editor: Will Shortz
Wayne Robert Williams
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 39 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 30 for Mr. Williams. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. What hopes may do : SOAR
5. Word with code or colony : PENAL
10. Copied : APED
14. Tours to be? : ETRE
15. ___Gay : ENOLA
16. Get along : FARE
17. Have-___(the poor) : NOTS
18. First two of a short-story writer and poet : EDGARALLAN
20. London area : SOHO
21. Grounded ship's helper : TUG
22. ___-Magnon : CRO
23. Jewish month : ELUL
24. First two of a novelist : ERICHMARIA
29. Put the ball in play : SERVE
31. Opposite of WSW : ENE
32. Liz Taylor's third : TODD
33. Surrendered : CEDED
35. Recede : EBB
38. Physique, briefly : BOD
39. Lacking spontaneity : WOODEN
41. Display stands : EASELS
43. Arab name part : IBN
44. Forty winks : NAP
46. Conductor Kurt : ADLER
47. Drench : SOAK
49. Serving of 61-Across : EAR
51. NBC newsman Lauer et al. : MATTS
54. First two of an essayist : HENRYDAVID
58. Twist around an axis : SLUE
59. Abu Dhabi's land: Abbr. : UAE
60. Swiss river : AAR
61. It's both grown and eaten in rows : CORN
62. First two of an essayist and poet : RALPHWALDO
66. Ambience : AURA
67. Resting on : ATOP
68. Three English rivers : AVONS
69. Artist Mondrian : PIET
70. Seabirds : MEWS
71. Descartes and Auberjonois : RENES
72. Ferrara family name : ESTE
1. Intuits : SENSES
2. "My Favorite Year" star : OTOOLE
3. First two of a mystery writer : ARTHURCONAN
4. Motion's start : RESOLVED
5. P.G.A.'s Calvin : PEETE
6. Lived through : ENDURED
7. Bean : NOGGIN
8. Resembling : ALA
9. Tough-wooded conifer : LARCH
10. Still not sunk : AFLOAT
11. Crony : PAL
12. 70's-80's pol. cause : ERA
13. Lion's home : DEN
19. Send weapons to : ARM
25. So-so mark : CEE
26. First two of a novelist : ROBERTLOUIS
27. Biblical no-no : IDOL
28. Tacks on : ADDS
30. Paradise : EDEN
34. Spanish queen until 1931 : ENA
36. Breakfast's partner : BED
37. Ointment : BALM
39. Hankering : WISH
40. "O" to ham operators, once : OBOE
42. Winslow Homer's "The Gulf Stream," e.g. : SEASCAPE
45. Garden sphere : PEA
46. Daughter of Minos : ARIADNE
48. Noted Essen family : KRUPPS
50. King Arthur's destination : AVALON
52. Gunner's station : TURRET
53. Capitol body : SENATE
55. "Uh-huh" : YAH
56. Double-walled flask : DEWAR
57. Smelting waste : DROSS
62. Dodge pickup : RAM
63. Had a bite : ATE
64. Volume setting : LOW
65. Roman greeting : AVE

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