New York Times, Friday, May 17, 1996

Author: J. DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {BFJKQ} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. ___de Mallorca : PALMA
6. Unsteady : DODDERING
15. Studio light : ONAIR
16. Certain bunny : ENERGIZER
17. Brief job : STINT
18. Poe refrain : NEVERMORE
19. Author Sheldon : SIDNEY
21. Emerson's "___to Beauty" : ODE
22. Financial average : DOW
23. Prefix with -derm : ECTO
24. Apes : ORANGS
27. Took the foot off the accelerator : SLOWEDUP
29. Certain account : ESCROW
34. Newton, for one : SIR
35. Found fault with : RAPPED
37. Titian's "The___of Europa" : RAPE
38. John Ciardi's "___Man" : IMETA
40. Electric swimmer : EEL
41. Ways : MODES
42. Wide-mouthed vessel : VASE
43. Part of an electric eye : SENSOR
45. Bank statement abbr. : INT
46. Living : EXTANT
48. Tell : DISCLOSE
50. Takes off : ERASES
52. Phone abbr. : OPER
53. Not to mention : AND
56. Locks that can be picked? : WIG
57. Deserted animal : ORPHAN
59. Kind of income : PERCAPITA
63. Strike___(model) : APOSE
64. Like some Christians : EVANGELIC
65. Domingo, for one : TENOR
66. Utmost : DAMNEDEST
67. Anthony and Barbara : EDENS
1. Mine, for instance : POSSESSIVE
2. It goes pfft! : ANTICLIMAX
3. Buried : LAIDTOREST
4. "Gilligan's Island" boat : MINNOW
5. "De___ Poetica" : ARTE
6. Hideout : DEN
7. Ticket request : ONE
8. Cow of English origin : DEVON
9. Unearthed, with "up" : DREDGED
10. Way out : EGRESS
11. Outer limit : RIM
12. First name in fashion : IZOD
13. "Quo Vadis?" character : NERO
14. Developed : GREW
20. "Star Wars" sage : YODA
25. 100 cents, abroad : RUPEE
26. Attaches : APPENDS
28. Baseball stat : ERA
30. ___-Magnon : CRO
31. Ship's communication device : RADIOPHONE
32. Good time to take shots? : OPENSEASON
33. Coloradans, Utahans, etc. : WESTERNERS
36. Cow of ads : ELSIE
39. Kind of service : TEA
41. "Happy Days" dad, informally : MRC
43. Lineate : STRIPED
44. ___buco (Italian dish) : OSSO
47. Denoting some modern music : NEWAGE
49. Cut (off) : LOPPED
51. Moving quickly and freely : AGILE
53. Mirrored : APED
54. St. Petersburg's river : NEVA
55. Apothecary's measure : DRAM
58. Word with prime or cut : RATE
60. "Moneyline" network : CNN
61. Las' followers : TIS
62. Routine : ACT

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