New York Times, Friday, August 9, 1996

Author: D. Tuller
Editor: Will Shortz
Dave Tuller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQWZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Tuller. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Object of a police hunt : ESCAPEE
8. Around-town expense : CABFARE
15. Strength : STAMINA
16. Historic NASA missions : APOLLOS
17. Dishes derived from the Nahuatl Indians : TAMALES
18. Parts of the world : REGIONS
19. Palindromic preposition : ERE
20. Equivalent of -ness : ERY
21. Chopin work : ETUDE
22. Certain commuter plane, for short : STOL
24. With a willingness to proceed : GAMELY
28. Put on : DON
29. William Kidd's crime : PIRACY
31. Creme de la creme : ALIST
33. "Minus" point : ANODE
34. Plus a point : ADIN
35. How many diseases end : ITIS
39. Protection, of sorts : ROLLONDEODORANT
42. Slapping site : KNEE
43. Do some film work : EDIT
44. Dweller on the Volga : TATAR
45. Sir, abroad : SENOR
47. Unit of Chinese phonetics : TONEME
48. Medical meas. : CCS
51. "Stately pleasure-dome" site : XANADU
53. Perry battle site : ERIE
54. Eagerly accept : LAPUP
56. Muff : ERR
58. Ingredient in a Bangalore torpedo : TNT
59. Ciudad Bolivar's river : ORINOCO
62. Film developer's deadline, maybe : ONEHOUR
64. Hunter's dish : VENISON
65. Side dish made with Parmesan : RISOTTO
66. Time to look one's best? : EYETEST
67. Voting no : OPPOSED
1. Rockies resort : ESTESPARK
2. Begin to nag : STARTINON
3. Work that may go uncredited : CAMEOROLE
4. Dr.'s grp. : AMA
5. Lots of money : PILE
6. Cabinet department : ENERGY
7. Student's dream class : EASYA
8. Rabbit, e.g. : CAR
9. Descendant of the Dryopithecus : APE
10. They're not quite up to par : BOGEYS
11. Move erratically : FLIT
12. One way to think : ALOUD
13. Musical form with a recurring theme : RONDO
14. Altendorf is a suburb of it : ESSEN
23. Scoops : LADLES
25. Imported wine : MADEIRA
26. "The Sacred Wood" essayist : ELIOT
27. Star of an 1850's Barnum tour : LIND
30. Business V.I.P. : CEO
32. European capital : TIRANE
34. Supplement : ADDON
36. Ore-Ida Foods brand : TATERTOTS
37. "Hold your horses!" : INAMINUTE
38. Updated clunker : STREETROD
40. "99 Luftballons" pop group : NENA
41. Western tribe : OTO
46. Charlatan's fear : EXPOSE
47. Kind of greens : TURNIP
48. Spice tree : CLOVE
49. "God Save the King" writer Henry ___ : CAREY
50. Quill : SPINE
52. Rio ___ (African coastal region) : DEORO
55. Entity : UNIT
57. Answer: Abbr. : RESP
60. Bus. concerns : COS
61. Minn. neighbor : ONT
63. Yoo-___ : HOO

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