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New York Times, Saturday, April 23, 1994

1-Across : Buildup

Author:
Manny Nosowsky
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Manny Nosowsky

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {FZ} This is puzzle # 21 for Mr. Nosowsky.
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© 1994, The New York Times4/23/94 ( No. 16,237 )

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Across
1
Buildup : GROWTH
7
Literally, soft technique : JUJITSU
14
Cheyenne ally of old : ARAPAHO
15
Extremely important : EPOCHAL
16
Inflammation of the respiratory tract : CATARRH
17
In a silly fashion : WACKILY
18
Boomer : TNT
19
Garcia Mérquez's "___ Writes to the Colonel" : NOONE
21
James and Clark : KENTS
22
Business start : AGRI
24
Young boxer, e.g. : WHELP
26
Goes downhill : SKIS
27
Classic name in mail order : SEARS
29
He can hardly give a hoot : OWLET
31
Compass dir. : ENE
32
Rush : SPATE
34
Actions : MEASURES
36
Pictorial : NONVERBAL
38
Secondary listing : SUBINDEX
41
"Ready ___ ..." : ORNOT
44
Agcy. that monitors smoking hazards : EPA
45
Dr. Zhivago and others : YURIS
47
Vaccine name : SABIN
49
To be, to Henri : ETRE
51
12-point types : PICAS
53
Old columnist Maxwell : ELSA
54
Kind of gun : HIRED
56
Unabridged editions : TOMES
58
Something to believe in : ISM
59
Old profs : EMERITI
61
Curt : BRUSQUE
63
Pensioner : RETIREE
64
First and Second places? : AVENUES
65
Prizes : ESTEEMS
66
Fixes : REDOES
Down
1
Old homesteads : GRANGES
2
Dive : RATTRAP
3
___-Locka, Fla. : OPA
4
Counsel, perhaps : WARN
5
Chuck : THROW
6
Comment from Santa : HOHOHO
7
Glyptologist : JEWELLER
8
___ tree : UPA
9
Athletic sort : JOCK
10
30's Interior Secretary : ICKES
11
Paris art treasure, with "The" : THINKER
12
Soup go-with : SALTINE
13
Book set entirely on the date 6/16/04 : ULYSSES
14
Pretend to be : ACTAS
20
Land of Enchantment : NEWMEXICO
23
Mideasterner : IRANI
25
R&B singer Bryson : PEABO
28
Poker-faced : STONY
30
Red foes : TSARS
33
Become eventually : ENDUP
35
Arm parts : ULNAE
37
Facts : VERITIES
38
Start of a chewing out : SEEHERE
39
Computers' working hours : UPTIMES
40
Browning, originally : BARRETT
42
Biased : OBLIQUE
43
Cold comfort? : TISSUES
46
Deer with three-pointed antlers : SAMBAR
48
Finger-points, when said twice : NAMES
50
Odd : EERIE
52
Put into play : SERVE
55
Desperate : DIRE
57
Petitioned : SUED
60
Pro ___ : TEM
62
-cat (winter vehicle) : SNO

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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