New York Times, Wednesday, November 11, 1998

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JKQX} This is puzzle # 35 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Have ___ at : AGO
4. Pickles : MESSES
10. Still sleeping : ABED
14. 16-year-old's desire : CAR
15. Garb : ATTIRE
16. Island east of Java : BALI
17. Little Bighorn victor : CRAZYHORSE
19. Wild plum : SLOE
20. "___ bitten, twice shy" : ONCE
21. Sportscaster Merlin : OLSEN
22. Isn't able to : CANT
23. Common document requiring signature : RELEASE
25. "The Dark at the Top of the Stairs" writer : INGE
26. Garb : DRESS
27. Eat : SUP
30. Leave a mark on : SCAR
31. "Seinfeld" regular : ELAINE
34. Coagulates : SETS
35. Meat-ban cause : MADCOWDISEASE
39. Be gaga over : RAVE
40. Chuck of Watergate fame : COLSON
41. Protection: Var. : EGIS
42. L. Ron Hubbard's "___ Doc Methuselah" : OLE
43. Hauls (off) : CARTS
48. Collections of anecdotes : ANAS
49. Warm up before cooking : PREHEAT
51. Long-necked instrument : LUTE
52. Driver's woe : GLARE
55. "Fernando" group : ABBA
56. Mideast chief : EMIR
57. De Niro classic : RAGINGBULL
59. TV ad : SPOT
60. Intro : OPENER
61. Charge : FEE
62. Tobacco holders : TINS
63. Little bloodsucker : TSETSE
64. N.Y.C. highway, with "the" : FDR
1. International agreement : ACCORD
2. Win : GARNER
3. Delphi figure : ORACLE
4. Mom's month : MAY
5. Spirit of a people : ETHOS
6. Lifted, so to speak : STOLE
7. "Dear" ones : SIRS
8. Irish language : ERSE
9. Surveyed : SEEN
10. Graph coordinate : ABSCISSA
11. Bank amounts : BALANCES
12. Stretch : ELONGATE
13. They practice girth control : DIETERS
18. A lot of pizzazz? : ZEES
24. "Hold on ___!" : ASEC
27. Move obliquely : SIDLE
28. Les États-___ : UNIS
29. Cash in Cancún : PESO
32. Crazy in Cancún : LOCO
33. Military truant : AWOL
35. 1980's TV hit : MAGNUMPI
36. Pilot's field : AVIATION
37. Where to get your last licks in? : DESSERTS
38. Suffix with infer : ENCE
39. Most heartfelt : REALEST
44. Famed whaler : AHAB
45. Say no to : REBUFF
46. Put off till another day : TABLED
47. Less fresh : STALER
49. Computer order : PRINT
50. Descartes and others : RENES
52. Cavern, in poetry : GROT
53. Swimmer's practice : LAPS
54. Author James : AGEE
58. College test, for short : GRE

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