New York Times, Thursday, October 15, 1998

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: {KQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 41 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. 60's accessories : BEADS
6. Insult : SLAM
10. Debutantes' affairs : BALS
14. "A Room With ___" : AVIEW
15. Certain securities deal : REPO
16. Release : EMIT
17. 23-Across hit : BARBARAANN
19. Subject of many Sanskrit epics : RAMA
20. Handle-shaped : ANSATE
21. Nantucket resident, maybe : SEASIDER
23. 1988 inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame : THEBEACHBOYS
25. Where Euboea is : GREECE
27. Some can dig it : ORE
28. Low : MOO
29. Stolen loot : HAUL
32. Pushes : URGES
36. Perennial 23-Across concert opener : CALIFORNIAGIRLS
40. Kind of pad : STENO
41. One-word advice : DONT
42. Bring into play : USE
43. Angelo or Antonio, e.g. : SAN
45. Pointed feature : GOATEE
48. 23-Across hit : HELPMERHONDA
53. Volunteer : ENLISTEE
54. TV western actor : ARNESS
58. Not fully shut : AJAR
59. 23-Across hit : CAROLINENO
61. "Coriolanus" setting : ROME
62. It may be left in a locker : ODOR
63. Wild : FERAL
64. Pair : DYAD
65. Repeater? : MYNA
66. Metaphor or irony, e.g. : TROPE
1. Rum-laced cake : BABA
2. Author ___ S. Connell : EVAN
3. Put-ons? : AIRS
4. Campaign event : DEBATE
5. Wrap : SWATHE
6. Mrs., abroad : SRA
7. Buy alternative : LEASE
8. Sleep disorder : APNEA
9. Gambling mecca : MONACO
10. Thiamine deficiency woe : BERIBERI
11. Brazilian novelist Jorge : AMADO
12. British salt : LIMEY
13. General's pride : STARS
18. Come back again : REECHO
22. Sign of indifference : SHRUG
24. Lincoln had one : BEARD
25. Attack : GOAT
26. Cameo, say : ROLE
28. Roast leaders : MCS
30. Pizzeria ___ (fast-food chain) : UNO
31. Fast talk : LINGO
33. Fit of shivering, in dialect : GRUE
34. Threatening word : ELSE
35. Moscow-to-Volgograd dir. : SSE
37. Heartened : INSPIRED
38. Gillette products : FOAMS
39. Like some music : ATONAL
44. Alternative to AOL or CompuServe : NETCOM
46. Wandering : ADRIFT
47. Hide seeker? : TANNER
48. Was informed of : HEARD
49. Waiter's word : ENJOY
50. Guanaco's cousin : LLAMA
51. "All systems go!" : READY
52. Bird with an S-shaped neck : HERON
55. Architect Saarinen : EERO
56. Lose it : SNAP
57. Seafood entree : SOLE
60. Mouths : ORA

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