New York Times, Tuesday, November 3, 1998

Author: Ed Early
Editor: Will Shortz
Ed Early
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FJQXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Early. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pile : HEAP
5. Alternative to plastic at a supermarket : PAPER
10. Winter transport : SLED
14. Stewpot : OLLA
15. Where Sun Valley is : IDAHO
16. Fashioned : MADE
17. Crockett or Jones : DAVY
18. Static : NOISE
19. Mideast bigwig : EMIR
20. Lose it : SNAP
21. Vessel in an alcove : URN
22. Society's 400 : ELITE
23. It's a waste of time : HOPELESSTASK
27. Thespian : ACTOR
30. Lily plants : SEGOS
31. Vehicles with booms : CRANES
33. Bread for a stew, e.g. : SOP
34. Missile berth : SILO
38. Inner city structure : HOMELESSSHELTER
41. Some sheep : EWES
42. Terhune title character : LAD
43. Cram into the hold : STEEVE
44. Warner Brothers' ___ J. Fudd : ELMER
46. Antique shop item : CURIO
47. 1967 Agatha Christie thriller : ENDLESSNIGHT
52. Jeopardy : PERIL
53. Nicotine's partner : TAR
54. Inventor Elias : HOWE
58. Chapters in world history : ERAS
59. Well-coordinated : AGILE
61. Privy to : INON
62. Malicious : EVIL
63. Butter up? : BASTE
64. Hardly Mr. Cool : NERD
65. New Year's Eve song word : SYNE
66. Hold for later, as big news : SITON
67. Legs, to a zoot suiter : GAMS
1. Bricklayers carry them : HODS
2. Flair : ELAN
3. Thomas ___ Edison : ALVA
4. Corner conveniences : PAYPHONES
5. Betty Grable's photo, for one : PINUP
6. Idolizes : ADORES
7. Modern driller? : PAINLESSDENTIST
8. Remarks requesting elucidation : EHS
9. Fish eggs : ROE
10. Food fish : SMELT
11. Female vampire : LAMIA
12. Tweaks a manuscript : EDITS
13. Rock's ___ and the Dominos : DEREK
22. Serpentine curve : ESS
24. City SSW of Moscow : OREL
25. Subjects of clashes : EGOS
26. Second-year students, for short : SOPHS
27. Yearn : ACHE
28. Brag : CROW
29. Domesticated : TAME
32. Convinces of : SELLS
34. Nero Wolfe's activity : SLEUTHING
35. Roman road : ITER
36. ___ Strauss & Co. : LEVI
37. Hydrox rival : OREO
39. Menaces for warplanes : SAMS
40. Inscribe for good : ETCH
44. Slippery one : EEL
45. Commercial center in Venice : RIALTO
47. Olympians' blades : EPEES
48. Having chutzpah : NERVY
49. Bathtub part : DRAIN
50. Knit goods thread : LISLE
51. In leaf : GREEN
55. Draft classification : ONEA
56. Apple spoiler : WORM
57. Winds up : ENDS
59. Stomach muscles, for short : ABS
60. Toujours ___ : GAI

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