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New York Times, Tuesday, January 3, 1995

Author:
Rich Norris
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Rich Norris

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1995, The New York TimesNo. 0103 ( 16,492 )
Across
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Vacuum tube filler : ARGON
6
Wanders : ROAMS
11
Underwear initials : BVD
14
March composer : SOUSA
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Key above G : AFLAT
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Majors or Myles : LEE
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Happenchance : TWISTOFFATE
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Once _____ while : INA
20
Barber of baseball : RED
21
Sprite : ELF
22
Made : EARNED
24
City near Utah Lake : OREM
26
"Desire Under the _____" : ELMS
29
Head of a familia : MADRE
30
Peeved : ANGERED
33
When Operation Overlord took place : DDAY
34
Bygone coif : AFRO
36
Mmes., across the Pyrenees : SRAS
38
Dined : ATE
39
Jodie Foster's directorial debut, 1991 : LITTLEMANTATE
43
Douglas or alpine, e.g. : FIR
44
Choir members : ALTI
45
Pub quaffs : ALES
46
Seventh day activity : REST
48
Improves : BETTERS
51
Monkeyshine : ANTIC
53
Carriage, in the country : SHAY
54
Cousin of the English horn : OBOE
58
Bushy-tailed animal : MARMOT
60
Princess's sleep disturber : PEA
62
Dishcloth : RAG
63
Greek vowel : ETA
64
Child's means of propulsion : ROLLERSKATE
68
Soak flax : RET
69
More cheerful : GAYER
70
Takes to the trails : HIKES
71
Opposite NNW : SSE
72
Brainstorms : IDEAS
73
Apply : EXERT
Down
1
Houston player : ASTRO
2
Oarsman : ROWER
3
Tour leader : GUIDE
4
W.W. II intelligence org. : OSS
5
N.B.A.'s Archibald : NATE
6
Club fund-raiser : RAFFLE
7
Light switch position : OFF
8
Miss. neighbor : ALA
9
Chess finale : MATE
10
Robert Fulton's power : STEAM
11
Notoriously risky social event : BLINDDATE
12
Respects : VENERATES
13
Sharpshooter : DEADEYE
18
Fashion's Cassini : OLEG
23
"Far out" : RAD
25
Shopping place : MART
27
1939 James Stewart title role : MRSMITH
28
Que follower, in song : SERA
31
_____ bene : NOTA
32
Mr. Quayle : DAN
34
Drives away : ALIENATES
35
A number 1 : FIRSTRATE
37
Christmas tree topper : STAR
40
Atty.'s degree : LLB
41
Parisian summers : ETES
42
What's more : ALSO
43
Constitution creators : FRAMERS
47
Actor Matheson : TIM
49
Narrows : TAPERS
50
Watchful one : EYER
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Welsh dog : CORGI
55
Accelerator's counterpart : BRAKE
56
Western : OATER
57
Cast out : EGEST
59
Little hopper : TOAD
61
North Carolina county : ASHE
65
Drain cleaner : LYE
66
Pasture : LEA
67
General Mills cereal : KIX

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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