New York Times, Monday, November 29, 1999

Author: Richard Chisholm
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Chisholm
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 39 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Chisholm. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Nuisance : PEST
5. Play segments : ACTS
9. First name of six U.S. presidents : JAMES
14. Lotion ingredient : ALOE
15. Campbell's product : SOUP
16. "Don Giovanni," for example : OPERA
17. One of Columbus's fleet : NINA
18. Mannheim Mr. : HERR
19. Lawn sprinkler output : SPRAY
20. Breakfast course #1 : TOASTEDBAGEL
23. Scatter : STREW
24. 4%, say, on a bank acct. : INT
25. At a distance : AFAR
29. Breakfast course #2 : ORANGEJUICE
33. Fellow : CHAP
37. Order at the Pig & Whistle : ALE
38. Ornament : ADORN
39. ___ stone (hieroglyphics key) : ROSETTA
41. Empress to Napoleon III : EUGENIE
43. Also known as : ALIAS
44. Frequently, in poetry : OFT
45. Florida's Miami-___ County : DADE
46. Breakfast course #3 : BLACKCOFFEE
50. "Auld Lang ___" : SYNE
51. Terrier's cry : ARF
52. Siesta taker : DOZER
57. Breakfast course #4 : TODAYSPUZZLE
61. Authenticated : VALID
64. Occasions to serve crumpets : TEAS
65. Elevator pioneer : OTIS
66. F.B.I. datum : CRIME
67. Corn units : EARS
68. Observe : NOTE
69. Less green : RIPER
70. "Phooey!" : DRAT
71. Fencing sword : EPEE
1. One-third of a three-piece suit : PANTS
2. Poet T. S. ___ : ELIOT
3. Antisub device : SONAR
4. Make fun of : TEASE
5. '75 Wimbledon champ : ASHE
6. Like most colleges today : COED
7. Power station equipment : TURBINE
8. Leaped : SPRANG
9. "No way, ___!" : JOSE
10. Acclaimed : APPLAUDED
11. French sea : MER
12. Old NOW cause : ERA
13. Recite : SAY
21. Lowest VHF channel : TWO
22. Communications conglomerate : GTE
26. '90s singer Apple : FIONA
27. Sharp-tasting : ACRID
28. Actress Zellweger of "Jerry Maguire" : RENEE
30. Squealer : RAT
31. Fla. neighbor : ALA
32. English sports car, for short : JAG
33. Curmudgeons : CRABS
34. Christmas greenery : HOLLY
35. ___ flu : ASIAN
36. Postwar period : PEACETIME
40. "For shame!" : TSK
41. Gee preceder : EFF
42. Southwest Indian : UTE
44. Bad season, perhaps : OFFYEAR
47. Bounder : CAD
48. Speechified : ORATED
49. Web site address ending : EDU
53. Composition of an endangered layer : OZONE
54. "Legs" rock trio : ZZTOP
55. Choice : ELITE
56. Watch again : RESEE
58. Frankfurt's river : ODER
59. Poet Teasdale : SARA
60. "Hey, there!" : PSST
61. Home film player : VCR
62. Jackie's second : ARI
63. A boxer might have a fat one : LIP

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