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New York Times, Tuesday, April 9, 1996

With 22-Across, title role for Sally Field

Author:
M. E. Skolsky
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Mark Elliot Skolsky

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 80, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FQXZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Skolsky. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1996, The New York Times4/9/96 ( No. 16,954 )

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1
F.D.R.'s predecessor : HCH
4
Florida city : OCALA
9
Make into law : ENACT
14
The Greatest : ALI
15
Lexicon: Abbr. : VOCAB
16
Literary style : GENRE
17
Tombstone letters : RIP
18
Slated for court : ONTHEDOCKET
20
Tile work : MOSAIC
22
See 25-Down : RAE
23
Painter Paul : KLEE
24
Opposite of modern : OLDEN
26
Spots for Christmas decorations : MANTELS
28
Mobil rival : ARCO
30
Plunder : ROB
32
French law : LOI
33
Senator-astronaut Garn : JAKE
34
1982 Jeff Bridges cyberfilm : TRON
36
Prefix with -hedron : TETRA
40
Breakfasted : ATE
41
Kettledrums : TIMPANI
43
"Ben-___" : HUR
44
Hoffman role ___Rizzo : RATSO
46
Opera set in Egypt : AIDA
47
Lane co-worker : KENT
48
"Holy smokes!" : WOW
50
Small bite : NIP
51
Work units : ERGS
52
Early Allen flick : BANANAS
56
Loverboy : ROMEO
58
"Get___!" ("Start working!") : ONIT
59
___Na Na : SHA
61
60's-70's TV western : LANCER
64
1976 James Taylor album : INTHEPOCKET
67
Roller skate accessory : KEY
68
Seduced : LURED
69
"Do I dare to eat a peach?" poet : ELIOT
70
Baseball stat : ERA
71
Iditarod racers : SLEDS
72
"True Confessions" novelist : DUNNE
73
Quite a load : TON
Down
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Injure : HARM
2
Advertising award : CLIO
3
It helps you shake a leg : HIPSOCKET
4
Egg-shaped : OVOID
5
Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons," e.g. : CONCERTI
6
Pretense : ACT
7
Bert of "The Wizard of Oz" : LAHR
8
At right angles to the keel : ABEAM
9
Freudian focus : EGO
10
Absence at "dress-down days" : NECKTIE
11
Leg support : ANKLE
12
Angler's basket : CREEL
13
Heads, in Le Havre : TETES
19
Poker command : DEAL
21
Skin softener : ALOE
25
With 22-Across, title role for Sally Field : NORMA
27
Reply to the Little Red Hen : NOTI
28
Slightly open : AJAR
29
Pro___ : RATA
31
Arrive casually : BOPIN
35
Low point : NADIR
37
Rod Laver's nickname : THEROCKET
38
Crosspiece : RUNG
39
These may be fine : ARTS
41
Roger Rabbit, e.g. : TOON
42
Creamy pastry : NAPOLEON
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Enveloped : SWATHED
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Peachy-___ : KEEN
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Kind of waist : WASP
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Seethes : BOILS
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Make void : ANNUL
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Saltpeter, in Salisbury : NITRE
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With oxfords : SHOED
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Photo finish : MATTE
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Org. that defends freedoms : ACLU
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Architect Saarinen : EERO
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Actor O'Neal : RYAN
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Mag. workers : EDS
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Relation : KIN

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later.

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