New York Times, Monday, January 12, 1998

Author: John Greenman
Editor: Will Shortz
John Greenman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 44 Missing: {JKQXYZ} This is puzzle # 55 for Mr. Greenman. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Electrical overload protector : FUSE
5. Surrealist Salvador : DALI
9. Fodder holder : SILO
13. Where to see "E.R." or "Ellen" : ONTV
14. Archeological site : RUIN
15. "Star Wars" director George : LUCAS
16. Oklahoma Indian : OTOE
17. ___'acte (intermission) : ENTR
18. Portly plus : OBESE
19. Like dentists? : DOWNINTHEMOUTH
22. Org. overseeing quadrennial games : IOC
23. Neighbor of Syr. : ISR
24. Like trampolinists? : UPINTHEAIR
30. Bleats : BAAS
34. Friendly Islands, formally : TONGA
35. Mandolin's ancestor : LUTE
36. 551, in Latium : DLI
37. Bind, as a chicken for roasting : TRUSS
38. Gilbert and Sullivan princess : IDA
39. Pre-entree course : SALAD
41. Martians and Venusians, for short : ETS
42. Esposito of hockey : PHIL
43. Irish county north of Limerick : CLARE
44. Film unit : REEL
46. Like tree surgeons? : OUTONALIMB
48. Advice-giving Landers : ANN
50. German spa : EMS
51. Like fencers? : BESIDETHEPOINT
59. "It was the ___ I could do" : LEAST
60. Lifeless : ARID
61. "Whoops!" : UHOH
62. Otherworldly : EERIE
63. Money drawer : TILL
64. It's nothing to Agassi : LOVE
65. Bikini, e.g. : ISLE
66. Exclusive : SOLE
67. Bridge : SPAN
1. Eat it : FOOD
2. "___ us a son is given" : UNTO
3. Put in an overhead bin, say : STOW
4. Prime time times : EVENINGS
5. Dump water on : DRENCH
6. Jemima, e.g. : AUNT
7. Art print: Abbr. : LITH
8. About : INRE
9. Evanston, to Chicago : SUBURB
10. "Original Gangster" rapper : ICET
11. Whip : LASH
12. Sugar suffix : OSE
15. Novelist Anita : LOOS
20. Smidgens : IOTAS
21. Deep mud : MIRE
24. Out-and-out : UTTER
25. ___-cochere (carriage entrance) : PORTE
26. Occupied : INUSE
27. Statesman Root : ELIHU
28. Check for embezzlement, perhaps : AUDIT
29. Author Calvino : ITALO
31. Dwight's opponent in '52 and '56 : ADLAI
32. Car security device : ALARM
33. Part of a cassette tape : SIDEB
39. Rapscallion : SCAMP
40. ___ Day (November 2) : ALLSOULS
42. Duck's home : POND
45. Timmy's dog : LASSIE
47. What CD players don't require : NEEDLE
49. Nick at ___ : NITE
51. Hive dwellers : BEES
52. Nobleman : EARL
53. Beanery sign : EATS
54. Beethoven piano piece : TRIO
55. Capitol site, with "the" : HILL
56. Restaurant with waffles and such : IHOP
57. ___ Scotia : NOVA
58. "What happened next..." : THEN
59. Blooming neckwear? : LEI

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