New York Times, Monday, November 22, 1999

Author: Frances Hansen
Editor: Will Shortz
Frances Hansen
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 105 for Ms. Hansen. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Wolf's tooth : FANG
5. Ice hazard : SLIP
9. ___ a clue (is out of it) : HASNT
14. S-shaped molding : OGEE
15. Queen of the Heavens : HERA
16. Baseball great Banks : ERNIE
17. Nostalgic song by 64-Across : GEORGIAONMYMIND
20. Toadies : YESMEN
21. Catch in the act : NAB
22. Played chef to : FED
23. Priest's robe : ALB
24. Indulgent song by 64-Across : SMALLFRY
27. Kind of women's shoe : OPENTOE
31. Where China is : ASIA
32. Chum : PAL
33. 1930's Depression org. : NRA
35. Hold back a year in school : FLUNK
39. Drowsy song by 64-Across : TWOSLEEPYPEOPLE
44. Make cutting remarks : SNIPE
45. Moray, e.g. : EEL
46. Links peg : TEE
47. Dr. Seuss's "Horton Hears ___" : AWHO
50. Babe in a maternity ward : NEWBORN
53. Prom finale by 64-Across : STARDUST
57. Motorists' org. : AAA
58. Computer screen, for short : CRT
59. 4-Down exclamation : ACH
60. Polynesian wrap : SARONG
64. Composer born Nov. 22, 1899 : HOAGYCARMICHAEL
68. Very, in music : MOLTO
69. Bridle strap : REIN
70. Not-so-lazy river : OHIO
71. At the minimum setting : ONLOW
72. Booty, in slang : SWAG
73. An orange, minus the juice : PULP
1. Old ___ (not the modern type) : FOGY
2. Pulitzer writer James : AGEE
3. Revivalists : NEOS
4. Munich citizen : GERMAN
5. Often-bumped part of the leg : SHINBONE
6. Meadow : LEA
7. Shackles : IRONS
8. Canal site : PANAMA
9. "Watch it, buster!" : HEY
10. Elbow's site : ARM
11. Haughty response : SNIFF
12. Frisco footballer : NINER
13. Classic doll : TEDDY
18. Moolah : GELT
19. Budding entrepreneurs, for short : MBAS
25. Biography : LIFE
26. "Le Roi d'Ys" composer : LALO
27. Chooses : OPTS
28. Frequent chess sacrifice : PAWN
29. "The Time Machine" people : ELOI
30. Before : ERE
34. Mimic : APE
36. ___ snuff : UPTO
37. N.Y. Met, e.g. : NLER
38. Eager : KEEN
40. Practice in the ring : SPAR
41. Off-color : LEWD
42. Hankering : YEN
43. Harmonious : PLEASING
48. 1950's Red-hunting grp. : HUAC
49. Hollywood treasures : OSCARS
51. W.W. II female : WAAC
52. Go from pub to pub : BARHOP
53. Stupid jerk : SCHMO
54. Scottish resort town : TROON
55. To any degree : ATALL
56. Hurled : THREW
61. Honolulu's location : OAHU
62. Moon walker Armstrong : NEIL
63. Food served with a ladle : GLOP
65. Sports car : GTO
66. "That hurts!" : YOW
67. "Mamma ___!" : MIA

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