New York Times, Friday, June 9, 1995

Author: A.J. Santora
Editor: Will Shortz
A. J. Santora
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 30 Missing: {BFJKQXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 194 for Mr. Santora. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Evening hours : PRIMETIME
10. They come in shells : TACOS
15. Like new : RENOVATED
16. Religious art figure : ORANT
17. Differ amicably : AGREETODISAGREE
19. Alphabet trio : MNO
20. Guardian ad _____ (court-appointed person) : LITEM
21. Kind of camp : POW
22. 1941 Humphrey Bogart role : SAMSPADE
26. Lead ore : GALENA
28. Kindness : LENITY
29. Not merely a lender : DONATOR
30. "Lord Jim" star : OTOOLE
32. One in a hundred : CENT
33. Food thickener : AGAR
36. Obligations : MUSTS
38. Works of Bacchylides : ODES
39. "Have _____!" : SOME
40. Squash : STEPON
42. Bellini's Norma, e.g. : SOPRANO
45. Survivor : RELICT
48. City in the Crusades : EDESSA
49. Sermonist : PREACHER
51. Isr. neighbor : SYR
52. Bristles : SETAE
54. Copycat : APE
55. Nation's width : SEATOSHININGSEA
60. Psyched : EAGER
61. Impetrated : ENTREATED
62. Put up : ERECT
63. Stone-broke : ASSETLESS
1. Hyde Park strollers : PRAMS
2. Pertaining to a sovereign : REGNAL
3. Where to do what others do : INROME
4. Howard of slapstick : MOE
5. Second person : EVE
6. "I Taut I Taw a Puddy _____" (1950 song) : TAT
7. Chiding comment : ITOLDYOUSO
8. "Let _____ in a tavern...": The Archpoet : MEDIE
9. Shorten, perhaps : EDIT
10. Unanimously : TOAMAN
11. O.A.S. member : ARG
12. Soft on the feet : CARPETED
13. Directly adversarial : ONEONONE
14. Former Justice Potter et al. : STEWARTS
18. Bell-shaped flower : SEGO
23. Sound sleepers? : SNORERS
24. Crater : PIT
25. Smidgen : ATOM
27. Concise : LACONIC
29. Hindrances : DETERRENTS
31. D-Day ship: Abbr. : LST
33. One taxed : ASSESSEE
34. _____ blimp : GOODYEAR
35. Strength of electric current : AMPERAGE
37. Graf _____ : SPEE
41. Schnozz continuation : OLA
43. Catalogue : ASSORT
44. Dundee turndowns : NAES
46. Forbearing, in a way : CHASTE
47. Flap-door shelters : TEPEES
49. Care : PAINS
50. Interprets : READS
53. "Take _____ Train" : THEA
56. Dick : TEC
57. Embitterment : IRE
58. Clear : NET
59. One at a hoedown : GAL

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