New York Times, Friday, July 21, 1995

Author: Matt Gaffney
Editor: Will Shortz
Matt Gaffney
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 35 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Gaffney. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. 1993 Bulls feat : THREEPEAT
10. Red letters : USSR
14. Place to work out : HEALTHSPA
15. With 41 Across, relax : TAKEA
16. Economist's figure : INDICATOR
17. In the red : OWING
18. Cleveland's lake : ERIE
19. Receiver-turned-sportscaster : RASHAD
21. TDs are worth six : PTS
22. Memo letters : FYI
23. Erasmus's birthplace : ROTTERDAM
25. Obsolescence, in a way : USELESSNESS
28. Org. : ASSN
31. Jeff Lynne's old rock band : ELO
32. Bits : DATA
33. In need of a chill pill : UPTIGHT
36. Like some traffic : SNARLED
38. Emotional tone : MOOD
39. Alley ____ : OOP
41. See 15 Across : REST
42. Take, or authorize to give : APPROPRIATE
46. Gotland's locale : BALTICSEA
47. CCXXI x V : MCV
50. Kingston music : SKA
52. Make permanent : LOCKIN
53. One engaged in match play? : PYRO
54. When the balcony scene occurs in "Romeo and Juliet" : ACTII
56. Brunch dish : HAMOMELET
58. Skier Phil : MAHRE
59. Clear : EXONERATE
60. Relative of Manx : ERSE
61. Disco era : SEVENTIES
1. "Stop, ____!" : THIEF
2. Carl Anderson comic strip : HENRY
3. Diameters halved : RADII
4. "Night" author Wiesel : ELIE
5. And so on : ETC
6. Ancient lighthouse site : PHAROS
7. Kind of tax : ESTATE
8. John or Andrew : APOSTLE
9. Volunteers' neighbors : TARHEELS
10. Detroit group, for short : UAW
11. Diet dangerously : SKIPMEALS
12. Commissioned : SENT
13. With 35 Down, the American Dream : RAGS
15. Lincoln in-laws : TODDS
20. 53 Across's crime : ARSON
23. Step : RUNG
24. Conductor Kostelanetz : ANDRE
26. Literally, let it stand : STET
27. Pathetic : SAD
28. Each : APOP
29. Photo lab rinses : STOPBATHS
30. Libya's Gulf of ____ : SIDRA
33. Actress Thurman : UMA
34. "____ it" ("Get going!") : HOPTO
35. See 13 Down : TORICHES
37. Extent : AREA
40. Prospecting tool : PICKAXE
43. Football Hall-of-famer Matson : OLLIE
44. "Foundation's Edge" author : ASIMOV
45. "Receiving poorly," in C.B. talk : TENONE
47. Infamous massacre site : MYLAI
48. Land of Minos : CRETE
49. Politician's acquisitions : VOTES
50. Unvaried : SAME
51. Former Chrysler offering : KCAR
53. Suave rival : PERT
55. Wrath : IRE
57. Boyz II ____ : MEN

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