New York Times, Wednesday, November 17, 1999

Author: Fred Piscop
Editor: Will Shortz
Fred Piscop
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 66 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Unimaginative rhyme scheme : ABAB
5. "___ Dei" : AGNUS
10. Apple quantity : PECK
14. "Star Trek" navigator : SULU
15. Masked creatures : COONS
16. Others, in lists : ALII
17. Revered Sioux chief : CRAZYHORSE
19. In ___ (occurring naturally) : VIVO
20. Lodge : INN
21. Kind of blitz : MEDIA
22. Some soft drinks : NEHIS
23. Composer Albéniz : ISAAC
25. Mel Blanc spoke for him : DAFFYDUCK
27. Distance unit in duels : PACE
29. Baseball card stat : ERA
30. Church recess : APSE
33. Was printed : RAN
35. Play opener : ACTONE
40. Singer known for song parodies : WEIRDALYANKOVIC
43. Like some Bedouins : LIBYAN
44. Old tree-planting org. : CCC
45. Baseballer Martinez : TINO
46. Flag thrower : REF
48. A lo-o-ong time : EONS
50. Hall-of-Fame pitcher with the 30's Cardinals : DIZZYDEAN
55. Words of dismay : OYVEY
59. "___ and his money..." : AFOOL
60. Bishop's topper : MITRE
62. Singer Sumac : YMA
63. Swiss city : BERN
64. Classic character on "The Eddie Cantor Radio Show" : MADRUSSIAN
66. Spanish infant : BEBE
67. Novelist Lesage : ALAIN
68. Getting ___ years : ONIN
69. Relative of 55-Across : ALAS
70. English coppers : PENCE
71. Appropriately named fruit : UGLI
1. Computer acronym : ASCII
2. Rope injuries : BURNS
3. TV's "The George & ___ Show" : ALANA
4. Sawyer of the comics : BUZ
5. Yen : ACHE
6. Lot : GOODDEAL
7. Irrigation apparatus : NORIA
8. Risky : UNSAFE
9. Vane dir. : SSE
10. Like most roads : PAVED
11. Philanthropist Yale : ELIHU
12. Kind of duty : CIVIC
13. Place to post notices : KIOSK
18. Gym site : YMCA
22. City on the Hudson : NYACK
24. Mimicking behavior : APERY
26. 1930's-70's despot : FRANCO
28. Stretched : CRANED
30. Tapered tool : AWL
31. Kennedy Library architect : PEI
32. Bro, for one : SIB
34. Gotham: Abbr. : NYC
36. Hotsy-___ : TOTSY
37. Duct opening? : OVI
38. "Delta of Venus" author : NIN
39. Environmental prefix : ECO
41. Actress Hannah : DARYL
42. Lacking a middle : ACENTRIC
47. Egg producer : FEMALE
49. Vetoes : NOES
50. Part of a Flintstone yell : DABBA
51. Sondheim's "___ Pretty" : IFEEL
52. 1964 Quinn role : ZORBA
53. Areas : ZONES
54. Actor Quinn : AIDAN
56. In contention : VYING
57. Modern letters : EMAIL
58. New Age musician : YANNI
61. Ancient symbol : RUNE
64. Navigator's aid : MAP
65. Worthless coin : SOU

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