New York Times, Monday, January 18, 1999

Author: Frederick T. Buhler
Editor: Will Shortz
Frederick T. Buhler
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Buhler. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Playwright William : INGE
5. Some Pennsylvania Dutch : AMISH
10. Carol : SONG
14. That, in France : CELA
15. Division of a long poem : CANTO
16. Hard rain? : HAIL
17. Best Picture of 1995 : BRAVEHEART
19. Tex. neighbor : OKLA
20. Car that was always black : MODELT
21. Catch red-handed : NAB
22. Swerve : VEER
23. Arctic bird : SKUA
25. Goalie's job : DEFENSE
27. Bed turner? : GARDENSPADE
31. ___ and anon : EVER
32. "I didn't know that!" : GEE
33. Appliquéd : SEWNON
38. Enticed : LEDON
40. Crow's cry : CAW
42. Barber's work : SHAVE
43. ___ of Capricorn : TROPIC
45. Brit. fliers : RAF
47. Roman road : ITER
48. "Cracklin' Rosie" singer : NEILDIAMOND
51. "Shane," e.g. : WESTERN
55. "Last one ___ a rotten egg!" : INIS
56. Robust : HALE
57. Much of 35-Down's terr. : EUR
59. Melodious : ARIOSO
63. With defects and all : ASIS
64. Group that makes contracts : BRIDGECLUB
66. Fasting time : LENT
67. Drive away : REPEL
68. "The African Queen" screenwriter James : AGEE
69. Organization with a lodge : ELKS
70. One of the Astaires : ADELE
71. Slothful : LAZY
1. Part of a nuclear arsenal, for short : ICBM
2. Fiddling emperor : NERO
3. Pleased : GLAD
4. Listen in (on) : EAVESDROP
5. German warning : ACHTUNG
6. Fannie ___ security : MAE
7. ___ instant (quickly) : INAN
8. Italian road : STRADA
9. Centers of activity : HOTBEDS
10. Push : SHOVE
11. Like some old buckets : OAKEN
12. Frasier's brother on "Frasier" : NILES
13. Harsh reflection : GLARE
18. Actress Sommer : ELKE
24. "Hold on ___!" : ASEC
26. Payments to doctors : FEES
27. Moola : GELT
28. Assert : AVER
29. Fix up : REDO
30. Oyster's center : PEARL
34. Capricious : WHIMSICAL
35. Org. formed to contain Communism : NATO
36. Bread chamber : OVEN
37. One who's socially clueless : NERD
39. Prime-time hour : NINE
41. Desert stream : WADI
44. Parts of brains : CEREBRA
46. Wangle : FINAGLE
49. Accustomed : INURED
50. Suffix with million : AIRE
51. Humpback, e.g. : WHALE
52. Stand for something : EASEL
53. Go furtively : SLINK
54. They may come in a battery : TESTS
58. Ready to be picked : RIPE
60. Korbut on the beam : OLGA
61. Egyptian canal : SUEZ
62. Mind : OBEY
65. The first of 13: Abbr. : DEL

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