New York Times, Monday, May 8, 1995

Author: Deborah Trombley
Editor: Will Shortz
Deborah Kathryn Trombley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQVWXYZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Trombley. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Fold of cloth : PLAIT
6. Puts a lid on : CAPS
10. Oats for horses : FEED
14. Main artery : AORTA
15. Came to earth : ALIT
16. "_____ silly question..." : ASKA
17. Unravel : COMEUNDONE
19. Brings up the rear : LAGS
20. Come into view : EMERGE
21. O'Hare abbr. : ETA
22. Luxuriant, as vegetation : LUSH
23. Secreted : HID
25. Amo, _____, amat : AMAS
27. "A Hard Day's Night" group : BEATLES
31. Fits and _____ : STARTS
35. Natural inclination : BENT
36. Pouches : SACS
38. "Carmen," e.g. : OPERA
39. 5 1/2-point type : AGATE
41. Distance from the equator: Abbr. : LAT
42. Hysteria : PANIC
43. Café order : MOCHA
44. Ensnare : TRAP
46. Smell to high heaven : REEK
47. Say under oath, with "to" : ATTEST
49. Was coquettish : FLIRTED
51. Fawn's father : STAG
53. Reverse of WSW : ENE
54. Saunter, with "along" : POKE
57. Pistol-packing org. : NRA
59. One who calls balls : UMPIRE
64. Neighborhood : AREA
65. Unravel : GOTOPIECES
67. Coconut's source : PALM
68. Come to earth : LAND
69. Eyeglasses : SPECS
70. Mont Blanc site : ALPS
71. Nephew of Abel : ENOS
72. Brawl : SETTO
1. It may be picked up or set : PACE
2. Weaving machine : LOOM
3. Épeé ou pistolet : ARME
4. Anatomical passage : ITER
5. Schooled : TAUGHT
6. Ne'er-do-well : CAD
7. Healing plant : ALOE
8. One of a Columbus trio : PINTA
9. Prepares, as rice : STEAMS
10. With 29 Down, unravels : FALLSAPART
11. Jacob's twin : ESAU
12. Ticker tapes? : EKGS
13. Hyphen's cousin : DASH
18. Sedaka and Armstrong : NEILS
24. Handed out : DEALT
26. Over : ATOP
27. Fathered : BEGOT
28. Pass, as legislation : ENACT
29. See 10 Down : ATTHESEAMS
30. Babushka : SCARF
32. "Walk Away _____" (1966 hit) : RENEE
33. Endeavored : TRIED
34. Fire : SACK
35. Tuscaloosa university, informally : BAMA
37. Like old potato chips : STALE
40. Steinbeck's "_____ of Eden" : EAST
45. Calendar girl : PINUP
48. Snarl : TANGLE
50. Derelict : REMISS
52. Response to a pun : GROAN
54. Hemingway nickname : PAPA
55. Face-to-face exam : ORAL
56. Health food from the sea : KELP
58. _____ time (never) : ATNO
60. _____ Le Pew : PEPE
61. "Body Count" rap star : ICET
62. Quadrilateral fig. : RECT
63. Bygone gas brand : ESSO
66. "_____ bodkins!" : ODS

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