New York Times, Monday, November 3, 1997

Author: Stephanie Spadaccini
Editor: Will Shortz
Stephanie Spadaccini
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {BFQX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 32 for Ms. Spadaccini. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Freight : CARGO
6. Watering holes : SPAS
10. "Puttin' on the ___" (Berlin classic) : RITZ
14. Completely foreign : ALIEN
15. Early part of the day : MORN
16. "Toreador Song," e.g., in "Carmen" : ARIA
17. River to the Rhône : SAONE
18. Italian man : UOMO
19. Rope material : HEMP
20. Parlors : SITTINGROOMS
23. Metal refuse : SLAG
24. Hwy. : RTE
25. Stovetop item : POT
28. Mailing ctrs. : POS
31. "Damn Yankees" temptress : LOLA
33. Predicament : SCRAPE
35. Official proceedings : ACTA
37. Cartoonist Gross : MILT
39. ___ diem (seize the day) : CARPE
40. Applause, plus : STANDINGOVATION
43. Chili con ___ : CARNE
44. Vasco da ___ : GAMA
45. Back talk : SASS
46. Where some shoes are made : ANVILS
48. Bring home the bacon : EARN
50. "Yo!" : HEY
51. Martial arts expert Bruce : LEE
52. ___ Cruces, N.M. : LAS
54. Spanish rivers : RIOS
56. Cane : WALKINGSTICK
61. Graduation month : JUNE
64. Poi ingredient : TARO
65. Artist Matisse : HENRI
66. Marco Polo crossed it : ASIA
67. Catchall abbr. : ETAL
68. Like certain seals : EARED
69. An American, to a Brit : YANK
70. Ownership document : DEED
71. Gobs : SLEWS
1. Elliot, of the Mamas and the Papas : CASS
2. Jai ___ : ALAI
3. Uproar : RIOT
4. Men's room sign : GENTS
5. "Mourning Becomes Electra" playwright : ONEILL
6. Customs officer's concern : SMUGGLING
7. Opposite of rich : POOR
8. Knight's protection : ARMOR
9. High-hats : SNOOTS
10. Cheerleaders' cheers : RAHS
11. Anger : IRE
12. Director Burton or Robbins : TIM
13. Knock out, as with a remote : ZAP
21. Supermodel Campbell : NAOMI
22. Muslim's destination : MECCA
25. Outcast : PARIAH
26. Go up against : OPPOSE
27. Wee : TEENSY
28. French mathematician Blaise : PASCAL
29. 87 or 93 at the pump : OCTANE
30. Go on a hunger strike : STARVE
32. Pond covering : ALGAE
34. "Fudge!" : RATS
36. Years, in old Rome : ANNI
38. Roseanne's ex : TOMARNOLD
41. Singer Reese : DELLA
42. Brazilian airline : VARIG
47. Stored, with "away" : SALTED
49. Snacks : NOSHES
53. Use Rollerblades : SKATE
55. Pilfer : STEAL
56. Lacking strength : WEAK
57. "Dies ___" (hymn) : IRAE
58. Concerning : INRE
59. Ship's staff : CREW
60. Joshes : KIDS
61. First Chief Justice John : JAY
62. Red, white and blue team : USA
63. Writer Anaïs : NIN

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