New York Times, Thursday, September 19, 1996

Author: W. S. Cotter
Editor: Will Shortz
William S. Cotter
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 39 Missing: {JKQVWX} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Cotter. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Soup order : CUP
4. Is afflicted with : HAS
7. Long-range weapons : ICBMS
12. Genetic letters : RNA
13. ___ National Accelerator Laboratory : FERMI
15. Ultimate object : GRAIL
16. Cases for a zoo vet? : ILLLLAMAS
18. Popular Handel composition : LARGO
19. Whence the phrase "God save the King" : SAMUEL
20. Conductor Anderson et al. : LEROYS
22. Start of a Caesar quote : ICAME
23. More: Prefix : PLEIO
24. Scottish headwarmer : TAM
27. Bosnian ___ : SERB
28. Scottish explorer John : RAE
29. Pennsylvania's ___ Mountains : POCONO
31. Dress : ATTIRE
34. Ultraviolet ray absorber : OZONE
35. Lamenting one : SIGHER
37. Corn oil brand : MAZOLA
39. Man of La Mancha : SENOR
40. Beer mug with a hinged lid : SEIDEL
42. Mitigate : LESSEN
44. Soph., jr. and sr. : YRS
45. Back talk : GUFF
49. Chatter : YAP
50. Parts of a Road & Track course : ESSES
52. Dead duck : GONER
53. Poison remedy : IPECAC
55. Without much trouble : EASILY
56. A Curie : MARIE
58. Phone a rock group? : BUZZZZTOP
60. "Island of the Blue Dolphins" author Scott : ODELL
61. La Scala production : OPERA
62. Literary compilation : ANA
63. Portends : BODES
64. Proteus's domain : SEA
65. Prefix with fuel : SYN
1. N.A.A.C.P. magazine, with "The" : CRISIS
2. Loosen, as a corset : UNLACE
3. Of the center of the hand : PALMAR
4. Recover : HEAL
5. Tentacle : ARM
6. Punier : SMALLER
7. Summer problem for Eskimos? : IGLOOOOZE
8. Bluesman Robert : CRAY
9. Pub seat : BARSTOOL
10. Cold war plane : MIG
11. Highway caution : SLO
13. Run : FLEE
14. "That explains it" : ISEE
17. Rheumatisms : LUMBAGOS
21. Castigate : RIP
23. Poker holdings : PAIRS
25. Sigmund's daughter : ANNA
26. Skiing gold medalist Tommy : MOE
28. Itinerary abbr. : RTE
30. McKinley's assassin : CZOLGOSZ
32. Fisherman's catch? : THREEEELS
33. Arabian noblemen : EMIRS
35. "___ pin..." : SEEA
36. Brilliant : INSPIRED
38. Show stoppers? : ADS
39. Foxy : SLY
41. Ophthalmologists' equipment : EYECUPS
43. Pres. advisory group : NSC
46. Old Colt Johnny : UNITAS
47. Grand theft, for example : FELONY
48. Spider : FRYPAN
51. Former Cincinnati Red Chris : SABO
52. Area under Arafat's control : GAZA
54. Stack : PILE
55. Biblical scribe : EZRA
56. Kind of rule : MOB
57. Stir : ADO
59. The end : ZEE

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