New York Times, Monday, June 12, 1995

Author: Robert Zimmerman
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert Zimmerman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJKQYZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Zimmerman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "The Inferno" poet : DANTE
6. Number after sieben : ACHT
10. Highest point : ACME
14. Bay window : ORIEL
15. Scottish hillside : BRAE
16. Fillmore, politically : WHIG
17. Noted Swiss peak : MATTERHORN
19. 1880 Zola novel : NANA
20. Grp. that dispatches ambulances : EMS
21. _____ Prism : GEO
22. Deserved : MERITED
24. Rows : TIERS
26. After-dinner candies : MINTS
27. Potato order : MASHED
30. Get retribution for : AVENGE
32. Ancient Andeans : INCAS
33. Informal words : SLANG
34. Letter after pi : RHO
37. Baseball's _____ the Man : STAN
38. Singer Bonnie : RAITT
39. Israel's Abba _____ : EBAN
40. Be in season : SIT
41. Dads, in Dijon : PERES
42. Stand of trees : GROVE
43. Boring tool : TREPAN
45. Piltdown Man and others : HOAXES
46. Make fun of : TEASE
47. Political pamphlet : TRACT
49. Weekly Wall Street paper : BARRONS
51. Novelist Levin : IRA
52. Sorbet : ICE
55. Winter Olympics event : LUGE
56. Pattern on old horse blankets : TATTERSALL
59. Composer's work : OPUS
60. Author Wiesel : ELIE
61. Forum attire : TOGAS
62. Traveled : WENT
63. Beavers' constructions : DAMS
64. Etched in _____ (permanent) : STONE
1. Rotunda's crown : DOME
2. Saroyan character : ARAM
3. Tiny criticisms : NITS
4. Hanoi holiday : TET
5. Laments : ELEGIES
6. Detest : ABHOR
7. _____-Magnon (early human) : CRO
8. Damage : HARM
9. Slumlord property : TENEMENT
10. Sunshade : AWNING
11. Motormouth : CHATTERBOX
12. "King Solomon's _____" : MINES
13. "Zounds!" : EGAD
18. Marsh plant : REED
23. Wagner cycle : RING
24. "More _____ You Know" (1929 song) : THAN
25. Prominent, as a feature : SALIENT
27. Hit or _____ : MISS
28. The "A" in ABM : ANTI
29. Firearm with an unfocused shot : SCATTERGUN
31. Tubs : VATS
33. Poet Teasdale : SARA
35. Own : HAVE
36. Change for a five : ONES
38. Felt regret : REPENTED
39. The "E" in Q.E.D. : ERAT
41. Small change in Chihuahua : PESO
42. Racing vehicles : GOCARTS
44. Most unusual : RAREST
45. Animal with big ears : HARE
46. Brownish gray : TAUPE
48. Ceremonies : RITES
49. Sudden shock : BLOW
50. Parlor, in La Paz : SALA
52. Shakespearean villain : IAGO
53. MacGregor, e.g. : CLAN
54. Otherwise : ELSE
57. Conway or Curry : TIM
58. Barfly : SOT

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