New York Times, Friday, October 9, 1998

Author: Cathy Millhauser
Editor: Will Shortz
Cathy Allis
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 47 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Like digital clock nos. : LCD
4. 1978 film sleeper? : COMA
8. Neil Sedaka's daughter/co-singer : DARA
12. Hydrodynamic duo : OARS
14. Caesar's "these" : HAEC
15. New father's handout : CIGAR
16. Start of a riddle : WHATDOTHE
18. Habit : USAGE
19. Persistence of memory concept : ENGRAM
20. "Very well, mademoiselle" : TRESBIEN
22. Riddle, part 2 : ALPHABETANDA
24. Scorn : DESPISE
27. Actress Park-Lincoln of "Knots Landing" : LAR
28. Like some textbook publishing : ELHI
29. Closer to extinction : RARER
32. Jiffy : SEC
35. Riddle, part 3 : CLONENAMEDDOLLY
39. ___ Gardens : KEW
40. "___ luck!" : LOTSA
41. Night prowler : PUMA
42. Andy Capp's wife : FLO
43. Not right now : LATERON
46. End of the riddle : HAVEINCOMMON
51. Supervisor : OVERSEER
52. Longtime Disney C.E.O. Michael : EISNER
56. Jargon : LINGO
57. Riddle's answer : DOUBLEEWE
59. Done in : SLAIN
60. First Lady Harrison : ANNA
61. Skater's jumping feat : AXEL
62. Ballad, often : TALE
63. Marsupials, informally : ROOS
64. Hear : TRY
1. Rob of "Wayne's World" : LOWE
2. "High Hopes" lyricist : CAHN
3. Use a trawl : DRAG
4. Mega-bites? : CHOMPS
5. Bit-wearer's tidbit : OAT
6. New York Philharmonic conductor, 1978-91 : MEHTA
7. Bitter : ACERB
8. Prevent from lawyering : DISBAR
9. "Encore!" : AGAIN
10. Went ballistic : RAGED
11. Dallas's Reunion ___ : ARENA
13. Secure for a flight : STRAPIN
15. Flan filling : CUSTARD
17. "The Persistence of Memory" painter : DALI
21. Caught congers : EELED
23. City of Afghanistan : HERAT
24. Bicycle set : DECK
25. Magazine à la mode : ELLE
26. Movie : SHOW
30. 12-hr. stretches : AMS
31. Sphere : REALM
32. Insult : SLUR
33. Adm. Zumwalt : ELMO
34. Shade of blue : CYAN
36. "Invisible Man" novelist : ELLISON
37. All's opposite : NOONE
38. View from the QE2 : OPENSEA
42. Prince Andy's ex : FERGIE
44. Creeping protozoans : AMEBAS
45. Trouble's partner : TOIL
46. "The Planets" composer : HOLST
47. Province west of Madrid : AVILA
48. Corrupt : VENAL
49. Fragrant wood : CEDAR
50. Maine town named for a Penobscot chief : ORONO
53. Following : NEXT
54. Pourer : EWER
55. Lean (on) : RELY
58. Start for a Spanish count : UNO

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