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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, April 28, 1975
  • Author: Woss
  • Editor: Will Weng
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  • Title: LADIES FIRST
  • Author: By Frank Virzi / Timothy Parker
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A1. Scott ~ DRED
A1. "Jake's Thing" writer Kingsley ~ AMIS
A5. Miss Gluck ~ ALMA
A5. Eastern nanny ~ AMAH
A9. Ship's crane ~ DAVIT
A9. Card of virtue or vice ~ TAROT
A14. Traverse ~ ROVE
A14. Raisin rum cake ~ BABA
A15. Hour-signal sound ~ BEEP
A15. It's super when exploding ~ NOVA
A16. Omit ~ ELIDE
A16. Accustom to hardship (Var.) ~ ENURE
A17. Kind of corner ~ AMEN
A17. Give off ~ EMIT
A18. Gather ~ REAP
A18. Crossword puzzle component ~ GRID
A19. Mme. de Lenclos of French fashion ~ NINON
A19. Odorize by burning ~ CENSE
A20. A first lady ~ MARYTODDLINCOLN
A20. First lady of the United States (1963-1969) ~ LADYBIRDJOHNSON
A23. Inhabitant of a formicary ~ ANT
A23. City with a high divorce rate? ~ RENO
A24. Headland ~ RAS
A24. Three sheets to the wind ~ LIT
A25. Rose's mate ~ ABIE
A25. Lenten symbol ~ ASH
A26. Get ___ of (shed) ~ RID
A28. Clint Eastwood series ~ RAWHIDE
A27. Bohemian reformer ~ HUSS
A31. Cookbook amt., often ~ TSP
A28. Morse-code symbol ~ DOT
A34. Not carrying a heater ~ CLEAN
A31. Caper ~ ANTIC
A36. Hole-in-one ~ ACE
A34. Florida county ~ DADE
A37. It can fall flat ~ NOTE
A35. Water game ~ POLO
A38. First lady of the United States (1953-1961) ~ MAMIEEISENHOWER
A36. A first lady ~ MAMIEEISENHOWER
A42. For, how or what ending ~ EVER
A39. Gibraltar denizens ~ APES
A43. Hightailed it ~ RAN
A40. Parade unit ~ BAND
A44. They may run on gas ~ OVENS
A41. Irritate ~ ANNOY
A45. Rep.'s counterpart ~ SEN
A42. Japanese coin ~ SEN
A46. Water flask ~ CANTEEN
A43. Egyptian native ~ COPT
A49. Caviar, literally ~ ROE
A44. Hue's companion ~ CRY
A50. Place for a half nelson ~ MAT
A45. Man or boy ~ MALE
A51. Happy bivalve? ~ CLAM
A46. Overhead lines ~ ELS
A53. First lady of the United States (1861-1865) ~ MARYTODDLINCOLN
A47. Royal flush ingredient ~ ACE
A61. Bermuda, for one ~ ONION
A50. A first lady ~ LADYBIRDJOHNSON
A62. Word with "kill" or "hog" ~ ROAD
A55. Huge, to poets ~ ENORM
A63. The muse of history ~ CLIO
A56. Magpie ~ PIET
A64. Florida's cigar city ~ TAMPA
A57. "___ We Got Fun?" ~ AINT
A65. Canal or lake ~ ERIE
A58. Do penance ~ ATONE
A66. Toast-topper, perhaps ~ OLEO
A59. Move slowly ~ INCH
A67. Brew in a teapot, e.g. ~ STEEP
A60. London gallery ~ TATE
A68. Some are civil ~ WARS
A61. Hercules or Tarzan ~ HEMAN
A69. Tug abruptly ~ YANK
A62. N.Y. five ~ NETS
D1. The third man ~ ABEL
A63. Outstanding person ~ ONER
D2. Famous literary bear ~ MAMA
D1. O'Neill's forte ~ DRAMA
D3. Annotation abbr. ~ IBID
D2. Kind of numeral ~ ROMAN
D4. Half-man, half-goat ~ SATYR
D3. Turn inside out ~ EVERT
D5. Heart condition marked by chest pain ~ ANGINA
D4. Turn down ~ DENY
D6. Rob of "Northern Exposure" ~ MORROW
D5. Out of the country ~ ABROAD
D7. Fervent ~ AVID
D6. Yorkshire city ~ LEEDS
D8. Mecca trek (Var.) ~ HADJ
D7. Hoover Dam lake ~ MEAD
D9. Electronics whiz ~ TECHIE
D8. Showed approval ~ APPLAUDED
D10. In regard to ~ ANENT
D9. Menace of cartoons ~ DENNIS
D11. Baseball scores ~ RUNS
D10. Kind of blue gown ~ ALICE
D12. Approximately ~ ORSO
D11. Drink, in Roma ~ VINO
D13. Prom attendee ~ TEEN
D12. Matinee ___ ~ IDOL
D21. Capital on the Aar ~ BERNE
D13. Neighbor of Ky. ~ TENN
D22. Like days of yore ~ OLDEN
D21. Moment ~ TRICE
D25. Pinnacles ~ ACMES
D22. Norwegian playwright ~ IBSEN
D26. "Amistad" extra ~ SLAVE
D26. Reformer Jacob ~ RIIS
D27. Wimps' opposites ~ HEMEN
D27. Lacks, for short ~ HASNT
D29. Contraction with "a prayer" or "a clue" ~ HASNT
D28. Soft feathers ~ DOWN
D30. Sculpture material, sometimes ~ ICE
D29. Table staple ~ OLEO
D31. Babel, for one ~ TOWER
D30. Loyalist of 1776 ~ TORY
D32. Office assistant, once ~ STENO
D31. Candlenut trees ~ AMAS
D33. In and of itself ~ PERSE
D32. Mane area ~ NAPE
D35. Make public ~ AIR
D33. Government agents ~ TMEN
D37. Penultimate mo. ~ NOV
D34. Fastener for infant wear ~ DIAPERPIN
D39. Sister of 63-Across ~ ERATO
D35. Shetland, for one ~ PONY
D40. Bond creator Fleming ~ IAN
D37. Stopping-place of fiction ~ EBOLI
D41. Province of China (Var.) ~ HONAN
D38. Rasping ~ HARSH
D46. Light doze ~ CATNAP
D43. Taxi drivers ~ CABMEN
D47. Rich pastry ~ ECLAIR
D44. Pieces of fabric ~ CLOTHS
D48. Passes over ~ ELIDES
D45. Loy ~ MYRNA
D50. Nearsighted one ~ MYOPE
D46. Throw out ~ EJECT
D52. "Star Trek" character ~ MCCOY
D47. Kind of flu ~ ASIAN
D53. Clever sayings ~ MOTS
D48. Short tale ~ CONTE
D54. Class with dissections, briefly ~ ANAT
D49. Stage direction ~ ENTER
D55. Cover with hoarfrost ~ RIME
D50. Jacob's wife ~ LEAH
D56. Sketched ~ DREW
D51. Pay one's share ~ ANTE
D57. "The Explorer" of kid TV ~ DORA
D52. Fate ~ DOOM
D58. Highly spiced stew ~ OLLA
D53. Eat in state ~ DINE
D59. Mortgage, e.g. ~ LIEN
D54. Western alliance ~ NATO
D60. Secluded corner ~ NOOK

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