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New York Times, Monday, January 30, 1995

Author:
Ernie Furtado
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Ernie Furtado

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 26 for Mr. Furtado. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1995, The New York TimesNo. 0130 ( 16,519 )
Across
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Person with a beat : COP
4
Mafia kingpin : CAPO
8
Keeps one's fingers crossed : HOPES
13
Voiced : ORAL
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Prime draft status : ONEA
16
Maine college town : ORONO
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Deal with quickly : MAKESHORTWORKOF
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Isolate, in a way : ENISLE
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I.O.U. : CHIT
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Phila. clock setting : EST
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N.F.L. linemen: Abbr. : RGS
24
Prince Valiant's firstborn : ARN
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_____ Moines : DES
28
Save steps : TAKEASHORTCUT
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Point one's finger at : BLAME
37
Panorama : VIEW
38
Too : ALSO
39
Prefix with type : LINO
40
Actress Thompson et al. : SADAS
41
Traveling type : GOER
42
Mideast chief : AMIR
43
"Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves" singer : CHER
44
Politico Jackson : JESSE
45
Is easily riled : HASASHORTFUSE
48
China's Chou En-_____ : LAI
49
Yang's partner : YIN
50
Ancient text "_____ Te Ching" : TAO
53
They give you a shot in the arm : IVS
56
Pre-1917 honcho : CZAR
59
Guitar feature : STRING
61
Be cheated : GETSHORTCHANGED
64
Speechify : ORATE
65
"Pretty Woman" star : GERE
66
"Alas" : AHME
67
Morocco's capital : RABAT
68
Medical suffix : OSIS
69
Elephant's weight, maybe : TON
Down
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Promising rookie : COMER
2
Long-armed ape, informally : ORANG
3
Islamabad denizens : PAKISTANIS
4
Hold fast : COHERE
5
Enero to diciembre : ANO
6
Fringe benefit, for short: Var. : PERC
7
_____ of office : OATH
8
Owl : HOOTER
9
Hockey's Bobby : ORR
10
Jab : POKE
11
"Country" Slaughter : ENOS
12
Squeezable : SOFT
14
"_____ Misérables" : LES
18
Allay, as thirst : SLAKE
19
Word before peak or walk : WIDOWS
25
Indian rug : NAVAHO
27
Wells Fargo vehicles : STAGES
29
Unconcerned with right and wrong : AMORAL
30
East _____ (Manhattan resident) : SIDER
31
Substantial, as a meal : HEARTY
32
Seal : CLOSETIGHT
33
Exploits : USES
34
Ripped : TORE
35
Insipid : BLAH
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Peru's capital : LIMA
40
Unstable person, slangily : SCHIZO
44
Coup d'état group : JUNTA
46
Perfumed bag : SACHET
47
Angles : FISHES
51
Prefix with meter : ANEMO
52
Versifier Nash : OGDEN
53
Mr. Sikorsky : IGOR
54
Actress Miles : VERA
55
Knife : STAB
57
Golden Fleece ship : ARGO
58
Atlas lines: Abbr. : RTES
60
Genetic stuff : RNA
62
Amtrack term. : STA
63
Dernier _____ : CRI

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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