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New York Times, Thursday, April 27, 1995

"A Bridge Too Far" author Cornelius

Author:
Lois Sidway
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Lois Sidway

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 76 for Ms. Sidway.
Jim Horne notes:

The stepquote reads, "It is the most beautiful of games."

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T
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O
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W
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G
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O
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D
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K
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F
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© 1995, The New York Times4/27/95 ( No. 16,606 )
Across
1
Start of a Stepquote : ITIS
5
Government detective : NARC
9
Word with China or ghost : TOWN
13
Permit : GRANT
14
Pitcher Hershiser : OREL
15
What hiphuggers hug : ILIA
16
Comic strip cry of frustration : AARGH
17
Fast-food franchises : TACOBELLS
19
Caught : SNARED
21
Subject of the Stepquote : BASEBALL
22
"Jake's Thing" author : AMIS
24
Actress Elizabeth : PENA
25
One who uses a threadless needle : TATTOOER
29
Hush-hush : SECRET
33
Tummy troubles : ACHES
34
Venetian magistrate : DOGE
36
Casino game : KENO
37
Stand in the way of : BAR
38
Stepquote continued : TBEAUTI
41
Flap : ADO
42
It often gets a lick : OREO
44
Roman bear : URSA
45
Was nourished by : FEDON
47
Put in the microwave, maybe : REWARM
49
They take the show on the road : TROUPERS
51
Criticizes : RAPS
53
Sub station? : DELI
54
Author of the Stepquote : REDSMITH
58
Canines, collectives : DOGDOM
62
More than a swellhead : EGOMANIAC
64
___ Lay (snack-food company) : FRITO
65
City SSE of Delhi : AGRA
66
The "T" in TV : TELE
67
Street urchin : GAMIN
68
"A Bridge Too Far" author Cornelius : RYAN
69
Where the Kon-Tiki is preserved : OSLO
70
End of Stepquote : AMES
Down
1
Farsi is spoken here : IRAN
2
Mitchell mansion : TARA
3
Thankless wretch : INGRATE
4
Stepquote continued : STHEMOST
5
Pessimist's word : NOT
6
___ League (Mideast group) : ARAB
7
Summarize : RECAP
8
Not far apart, as the eyes : CLOSESET
9
Curtain holder : TIEBACK
10
Stewpot : OLLA
11
Desire : WILL
12
Pelé's org. : NASL
13
Fill-up filler : GAS
18
Nota ___ : BENE
20
God, to Giorgio : DIO
23
Commemorative feast : SEDER
25
Fifer's drum : TABOR
26
Without ___ in the world : ACARE
27
Astonished : THREW
28
Swelter : ROAST
30
English playwright : READE
31
Kipling poem : ENDOR
32
Boo Boo and Bugs, for two : TOONS
35
Poky person : GUARD
39
Meet by chance : BUMPINTO
40
Stepquote continued : IFULOFGA
43
Ben-Hur was one : OARSMAN
46
Bit of wit : EPIGRAM
48
Spectacular suffix : RAMA
50
Respected ref. work : OED
52
Pigs' digs : STIES
54
Back : REAR
55
Like zabaglione : EGGY
56
"Dumb" girl : DORA
57
Dining area : HALL
59
Stop on a ___ : DIME
60
Mayberry jail habitué : OTIS
61
Dude, Jamaican-style : MON
63
Bus. V.I.P. : CEO

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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