New York Times, Wednesday, July 19, 1995

Author: Nancy S. Ross
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy S. Ross
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42 Missing: {JQVZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 38 for Ms. Ross. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Art ____ : DECO
5. Falcon-headed Egyptian god : HORUS
10. One of those : THAT
14. "____ on both your houses!" : APOX
15. Shoulder warmer : STOLE
16. Abominate : HATE
17. Spongy toy material : NERF
18. Beef cut : TBONE
19. New Haven students : ELIS
20. Setting of Verdi's "Simon Boccanegra" : GENOA
22. #45 : FAREWELL
24. #94 : SURPRISE
27. Left ventricle's outlet : AORTA
28. Campus V.I.P. : DEAN
29. Sleeve : ARM
30. Like some stocks, for short : OTC
33. Lupino of the movies : IDA
35. Brando howl : STELLA
39. What this puzzle's numbers refer to : HAYDNSYMPHONIES
43. Looney Tunes and ____ Melodies : MERRIE
44. Each : PER
45. Halves of qts. : PTS
46. Spring mo. : APR
47. Kind of fence : RAIL
50. Series ender : OMEGA
53. #103 : DRUMROLL
57. #100 : MILITARY
59. Tiptoe : SNEAK
61. New World abbr. : AMER
62. Starring roles : LEADS
65. Sprint : DASH
66. Globin lead-in : HEMO
67. Craze : MANIA
68. Thessaly peak : OSSA
69. "S ____ sugar" : ASIN
70. Ignition problem? : ARSON
71. Advertising sign : NEON
1. Swearer's euphemism : DANG
2. Fencing weapons : EPEES
3. Horn-shaped part : CORNU
4. #92 : OXFORD
5. F.D.R. Veep : HST
6. Horse-racing fan's hangout: Abbr. : OTB
7. Urban sunning sites : ROOFS
8. Radii neighbors : ULNAE
9. Oracle : SEER
10. 1936 Clare Boothe Luce play : THEWOMEN
11. More healthy : HALER
12. Inclined : ATILT
13. ____ coil (1891 invention) : TESLA
21. Copycat : APE
23. Keep one's ____ the ground : EARTO
25. Elevator : RAISER
26. Memorial Day weekend event : INDY
29. Hindu retreat : ASHRAM
30. Electrical unit : OHM
31. ____ kwon do : TAE
32. St.-____-l'École, France : CYR
34. Hi-fi component : AMP
36. Sass : LIP
37. Authorize : LET
38. Dolt : ASS
40. Plow attachment for maintaining uniform depth : DRAGIRON
41. Nearly catch, as the heels : NIPAT
42. Huascarán is its highest point : PERU
48. Collection org. : IRS
49. #104 : LONDON
50. City east of Boys Town : OMAHA
51. Silent types : MIMES
52. Varnish resin : ELEMI
53. Gloomy, to poets : DREAR
54. Meg and Nolan : RYANS
55. Renter's contract : LEASE
56. Catch, out West : LASSO
58. Soprano Gluck : ALMA
60. Tatar ruler : KHAN
63. God, in 20 Across : DIO
64. Japanese honorific : SAN

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