New York Times, Wednesday, November 19, 1997

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 21 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. With 6-Across, attacked verbally : LACED
6. See 1-Across : INTO
10. Key : ISLE
14. Circumvent : EVADE
15. Twelve, half of the time : NOON
16. Cast off : SHED
17. Ear-related : AURAL
18. Zilch, so to speak : NONE
19. White-water carrier : RAFT
20. Like some Halloween costumes : FLAMERESISTANT
23. Erhard's claim to fame : EST
24. "___ Tu" (70's hit) : ERES
25. Knot again : RETIE
27. Charlotte russe, for one : DESSERT
30. More slick : OILIER
31. Kind of support : SPOUSAL
34. Big section in a dictionary : ESS
35. "The Fabulous Baker Boys" actor : BEAUBRIDGES
38. Journal publisher : AMA
40. Starts to cry : TEARSUP
41. Venue : LOCALE
44. One of the Apostles : STSIMON
48. Where a bangle may dangle : ANKLE
49. Hunt and peck : TYPE
51. Have a go at : TRY
52. Golden parachute, e.g. : SWEETHEARTDEAL
56. Fly high : SOAR
57. Onetime airline : BOAC
58. ___ lunch : OUTTO
59. Drink with Stilton : PORT
60. Michelangelo's work : ARTE
61. Part of a wood joint : TENON
62. Common links : ANDS
63. The supreme Supreme : ROSS
64. Observatory observations : STARS
1. Paged : LEAFED
2. Tear apart : AVULSE
3. Gemologist's concern : CARATS
4. Round cheese : EDAM
5. Take out : DELE
6. Flotation device : INNERTUBE
7. Looped rope : NOOSE
8. Morrison and Braxton : TONIS
9. Small bills : ONES
10. Handel's "___ in Egypt" : ISRAEL
11. Hovels : SHANTIES
12. Southpaws : LEFTIES
13. Summer hrs. in D.C. : EDT
21. Send another way : REROUTE
22. Prefix with state : TRI
26. Sounds of fluster : ERS
28. Quito-to-La Paz dir. : SSE
29. Govt. watchdog : EPA
30. Senior citizen : OLDSTER
32. Sp. lady : SRA
33. Places for flight patterns : AIRSPACES
35. Unenlightened : BACKWARD
36. Gloomy guy : GUS
37. Center starter : EPI
38. Pie-mode connection : ALA
39. Wet time : MONSOON
42. Signals : ALERTS
43. Jackie's sister : LEE
45. Site of the forges of Hephaestus, in myth : MTETNA
46. Daniel Webster, e.g. : ORATOR
47. Hose : NYLONS
49. Complete, informally : THORO
50. "The Wild Swans at Coole" poet : YEATS
53. It can give you a lift : TBAR
54. Kindergarteners : TOTS
55. Puccini's "Flower ___" : DUET
56. Place to unwind : SPA

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