New York Times, Thursday, June 15, 1995

Author: Norma Steinberg
Editor: Will Shortz
Norma Steinberg
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 40 for Ms. Steinberg. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Woman's pronoun : HERS
5. "_____ were the days!" : THOSE
10. Discontinued Dodge : OMNI
14. Apartment : UNIT
15. Boots : OUSTS
16. Epitome of thinness : REED
17. Worthless agreements? : MTPROMISES
19. Case for the military police : AWOL
20. Primp : PREEN
21. Flag : TIRE
22. Emergency CB channel : NINE
23. Kind of seat : SENATE
25. Flag : ENSIGN
27. _____ pit (rock club area) : MOSH
29. Twists : BENDS
32. Oriental cookware : WOKS
35. Private gesture : SALUTE
39. It's found dans le bain : EAU
40. Keep : HAS
41. 1958 Pulitzer-winning writer? : JAMESAG
42. "The Catcher in the _____" : RYE
43. Grabbed a bite : ATE
44. Stew ingredient : OYSTER
45. Fence's opening, perhaps : PSST
46. Lob : THROW
48. Actress Allgood : SARA
50. Composure : APLOMB
54. Ebert's co-critic : SISKEL
58. Two shots, maybe : DOSE
60. Kind of tide : NEAP
62. Overfamiliar : STALE
63. Pizzeria appliance : OVEN
64. Nonchalant view of fortune? : EZCOMEEZGO
66. Carter's middle name : EARL
67. Protective layer : OZONE
68. It often comes with points : LOAN
69. Murder : SLAY
70. "Young Mr. Lincoln" star : FONDA
71. Seeing red : SORE
1. Mini-mountains : HUMPS
2. _____ nous : ENTRE
3. Mature : RIPEN
4. Runs : STREAMS
5. Arnold or Dewey : TOM
6. Quatre doubled : HUIT
7. Actor Davis : OSSIE
8. Like old schoolmasters : STERN
9. Problems for Sylvester the Cat : ESSES
10. Florida product : ORANGE
11. Carol Burnett and Mary Tyler Moore, e.g.? : MEWINNERS
12. Very bright : NEON
13. Loafing : IDLE
18. Aware of : ONTO
24. Virginia Woolf piece : ESSAY
26. "_____ your pardon!" : IBEG
28. Shortwavers : HAMS
30. Salad _____ : DAYS
31. Animal fat : SUET
32. "Eh?" : WHAT
33. Curse : OATH
34. Fatalist's favorite song? : KSERASERA
36. Warrant : LET
37. Applications : USES
38. "_____ Theme" (1939 film song) : TARAS
41. Lower jaw : JOWL
45. Art crayons : PASTELS
47. Without secrets : OPENLY
49. Gain in status : RISE
51. _____ the boys : ONEOF
52. Certain soprano : MEZZO
53. Streep's "River Wild" co-star : BACON
55. Toy instrument : KAZOO
56. "King Olaf" composer : ELGAR
57. Sierra _____ : LEONE
58. Bucks' mates : DOES
59. Window shape, maybe : OVAL
61. Golden, for one : POND
65. "Give _____ break!" : MEA

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