New York Times, Thursday, July 17, 1997

Author: Wayne Robert Williams
Editor: Will Shortz
Wayne Robert Williams
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 35 for Mr. Williams. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Bryn ___ College : MAWR
5. Quick drinks : SHOTS
10. Grouch : CRAB
14. Prefix with -graph : IDEO
15. It's the Law : TORAH
16. ___ Bay, Hawaii : HILO
17. Back to the start : FULLCIRCLE
19. Porch raiders : ANTS
20. Attacked : FELLON
21. Breaking out, maybe : ALLERGIC
23. Group with the 1983 #1 hit "Africa" : TOTO
25. Sharecrop : FARM
26. Sharpen : STROP
29. Abbr. in some military names : RET
32. Highways : ROADS
35. Aerial maneuver : LOOPTHELOOP
38. Sucker : SAP
39. Grounded birds : EMUS
40. Hebrew leader : ALEPH
41. Spaniard's other : OTRA
42. Place to winter : DEN
43. Some chart analysts : DISCJOCKEYS
45. Have one's back against the wall? : SIDLE
47. W.W. II arena: Abbr. : ETO
48. Indonesian island : CERAM
49. Like vino tinto : ROJO
51. Digestive juice : BILE
53. Heavy fabrics : BROCADES
57. Whip : DEFEAT
61. 1988 country album : REBA
62. Center of power : OVALOFFICE
64. Military group : UNIT
65. Take pleasure (in) : REVEL
66. Muffs : ERRS
67. Vocal inflection : TONE
68. Oodles : SLEWS
69. Keeps company with : SEES
1. Tick off : MIFF
2. Musical direction : ADUE
3. Bucket locale : WELL
4. Some desks : ROLLTOPS
5. Work period : STINT
6. Vert.'s opp. : HOR
7. 1977 movie thriller with Bo Derek : ORCA
8. Ready to be mowed, as grass : TALL
9. Storage space : SHELF
10. Mexican cowboy : CHARRO
11. Circus figure : RINGMASTER
12. High: Prefix : ALTI
13. Pear variety : BOSC
18. Take over, in a way : COOPT
22. The marshal in "Frontier Marshal" : EARP
24. "Otherwise..." : ORELSE
26. Popular Christmas gifts : SLEDS
27. "My Cousin Vinny" Oscar winner : TOMEI
28. Tournament type : ROUNDROBIN
30. Choice : ELECT
31. C.E.O., e.g. : TOPJOB
33. Asia's Amu ___ River : DARYA
34. Tic : SPASM
36. Osaka O.K. : HAI
37. "Ah, I see!" : OHO
41. Some colorful abstract paintings : OKEEFFES
43. ___ vu : DEJA
44. Musical staff sign : CCLEF
46. Sniff out : LOCATE
50. They may be sniffed : ODORS
52. The Fab Four, e.g. : IDOLS
53. Very dry : BRUT
54. Vegas rival : RENO
55. Daredevil Knievel : EVEL
56. Computer command : SAVE
58. Republic since 1948 : EIRE
59. One to grow on? : ACRE
60. "A Pure Woman" of an 1891 novel : TESS
63. Actor Ayres : LEW

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