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New York Times, Tuesday, December 20, 1994

"Where'er I ___...": Goldsmith, "The Traveller"

Author:
Robert R. Zimmerman
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Robert Zimmerman

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: {FJQWZ} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Zimmerman. NYT links: Across Lite
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O
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L
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© 1994, The New York Times12/20/94 ( No. 16,478 )

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Across
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Gymnast Korbut : OLGA
5
Black : EBON
9
The "k" in 24-k. : KARAT
14
"Where'er I ___...": Goldsmith, "The Traveller" : ROAM
15
Family stories : LORE
16
Keep in stitches : AMUSE
17
Busy buzzer : BUMBLEBEE
19
Shakespearean title role : TIMON
20
Col. Klink's domain, in 60's TV : STALAG
21
Singer Anita : ODAY
23
Sis's sib : BRO
24
Miss Gabor et al. : EVAS
26
Alpine vocalist : YODELER
28
Harry Blackmun opinions, often : DISSENTS
32
Cattle : KINE
33
Balderdash : ROT
34
Language of Dundee : SCOTS
36
Music with a beat : DISCO
39
Reuniongoer, informally : ALUM
41
Standing up : ERECT
43
Not working, as a battery : DEAD
44
Street urchin : GAMIN
46
Bogged down : MIRED
48
Mimic : APE
49
___ Bones (Ichabod Crane's rival) : BROM
51
Melville's Ishmael, e.g. : NARRATOR
53
Dieter's worry : CALORIE
56
Bluenose : PRIG
57
"The loneliest number" : ONE
58
Gymnastic equipment : MATS
60
Maltreat : ILLUSE
64
Shinbone : TIBIA
66
Dish for the deflated : HUMBLEPIE
68
Take ___ for the worse : ATURN
69
Not written : ORAL
70
___ end (stopped) : ATAN
71
Onomastics study : NAMES
72
Erotic : SEXY
73
Pops' partners : MOMS
Down
1
Eyeballs : ORBS
2
Boor : LOUT
3
Vasco da ___ : GAMA
4
Strolls : AMBLES
5
Poshness : ELEGANCE
6
TV's Newhart : BOB
7
Item dunked in milk : OREO
8
In want : NEEDY
9
Singing insect : KATYDID
10
Maupassant's "Bel-___" : AMI
11
Model A feature : RUMBLESEAT
12
Stick out like ___ thumb : ASORE
13
Canio, e.g., in "Pagliacci" : TENOR
18
Washes : LAVES
22
Hunky-dory : AOK
25
Nor'western : STORM
27
Geraint's beloved : ENID
28
Long puff : DRAG
29
Southeast Kansas town : IOLA
30
Lummox : STUMBLEBUM
31
Oktoberfest vessel : STEIN
35
Throw away : SCRAP
37
Mafia kingpin : CAPO
38
Wroclaw's river : ODER
40
Painter Joan : MIRO
42
Quite, to the British : TERRIBLY
45
Conquerors of 1066 : NORMANS
47
Boot camp routine : DRILL
50
"Mamma ___!" : MIA
52
Shining : AGLEAM
53
Trig function : COTAN
54
Santa ___ race track : ANITA
55
Group character : ETHOS
59
Slangy yes : SURE
61
___ no good : UPTO
62
Famous twins' home : SIAM
63
Nighttimes, in poetry : EENS
65
Fury : IRE
67
Nth degree : MAX

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

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