New York Times, Wednesday, March 8, 1995

Author: Wayne Robert Williams
Editor: Will Shortz
Wayne Robert Williams
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {BFKQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 18 for Mr. Williams. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Smashing pumpkins' sounds : SPLATS
7. Silent signals : GESTURES
15. Muse of astronomy : URANIA
16. Ecuadorean volcano : ANTISANA
17. Lyrical poem : RONDEL
18. Saskatchewan city : MOOSEJAW
19. At any time : EVER
20. Betel palms : ARECAS
22. Stood : ROSE
23. Web : MESH
24. Unexpected victory : UPSET
29. Breathing : ALIVE
31. Ecdysiast : PEELER
32. Public relations matter : IMAGE
35. Devotees: Suffix : ITES
37. Royal residence of old Ireland : TARA
38. Loser to 4 Down in 1992 and 25 Down in 1994 : GORANIVANISEVIC
41. Fireplace fuel : LOGS
42. _____ Xiaoping : DENG
43. Cash in hand, e.g. : ASSET
44. Burdens : ONUSES
46. Tragedy : DRAMA
48. Or, in a musical score : OSSIA
49. Crimebuster : GMAN
50. Actress Rogers : MIMI
54. Erotic : STEAMY
56. Stick with a stick : PROD
57. Wavering : HESITANT
61. Zimbabwe's capital : HARARE
63. Thinner than thin : ANOREXIC
64. Spouts speeches : ORATES
65. Russian for "comrade" : TOVARICH
66. Most prudent : WISEST
1. More likely : SURER
2. Brigham Young University site : PROVO
3. Country ways : LANES
4. 1922 Wimbledon winner : ANDREAGASSI
5. Deuce : TIE
6. Sandwich meat : SALAMI
7. Last words at Wimbledon : GAMESETANDMATCH
8. "_____ Arden" : ENOCH
9. Greek portico : STOA
10. Kleenex, e.g. : TISSUE
11. Function : USE
12. English rule in India : RAJ
13. Alfonso's queen : ENA
14. Spotted : SAW
21. Come back to life : REVIVE
25. 1993 and 1994 Wimbledon winner : PETESAMPRAS
26. Some Eastern Europeans : SLAVS
27. Gooseflesh-making : EERIE
28. Pamphlet : TRACT
30. Sportscaster Berman : LEN
31. "_____ Love You" : PSI
32. White house : IGLOO
33. Indian time periods : MOONS
34. Hundred-eyed creature of myth : ARGUS
36. Persistence of memory : ENGRAM
39. Age proof : IDS
40. Spade or Malone : SAM
45. Spring time : EASTER
47. Regardless : ANYHOW
49. Of RNA : GENIC
51. Really miffed : IRATE
52. "O tempora! O _____!" : MORES
53. That is to say : IDEST
55. Checker, maybe : TAXI
57. Boater or bowler : HAT
58. Brian, formerly of Roxy Music : ENO
59. From Stalingrad, e.g.: Abbr. : SOV
60. Writer Levin : IRA
62. Hebrew name meaning "lion" : ARI

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