New York Times, Saturday, November 6, 1999

Author: Joan Bayer Williamson
Editor: Will Shortz
Joan Williamson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {FQXZ} Spans: 2 This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Williamson. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Major Adams of "Wagon Train" and others : SETHS
6. Face-saver? : MASK
10. Some crossword clues : PUNS
14. "Foreign Affairs" Pulitzer winner : LURIE
15. Rug source : IRAN
16. Side with? : ABUT
17. The Beatles' "___ Your Name" : ICALL
18. It may be held underwater : NOSE
19. Time out? : COMA
20. First published black woman poet in America : PHILLISWHEATLEY
23. Spigoted container : URN
24. Noisy flier : SST
25. Aladdin's simian sidekick : ABU
26. Prefix with oxide : TRI
27. Early Inverness resident : PICT
29. "Catch-22" pilot : ORR
31. Urges : EGGSON
33. Animal catcher : SNARE
35. Disney head : EISNER
37. Immortalizer of Notre Dame's Four Horsemen : GRANTLANDRICE
41. Magical utterance : PRESTO
42. Thong : STRAP
44. Service provider : PARSON
47. More than move : AWE
49. Causing puckering, perhaps : SOUR
50. Latin series starter : AMO
51. Big hit in the comics : BAM
53. It may be made in short order : BLT
55. Stock follower : ADE
56. "American Appetites" novelist : JOYCECAROLOATES
60. ___ Sea (Amu Darya's outlet) : ARAL
61. Fancy : IDEA
62. With us : ALIVE
63. Driver's license designation : MALE
64. Smudge on a Dear John letter? : TEAR
65. See 64-Across : STAIN
66. Plus : ALSO
67. Stock follower : YARD
68. Persuasion : TENET
1. Goofs : SLIPUPS
2. Hoodwinking : EUCHRING
3. Smoker, for one : TRAINCAR
4. Eminence : HILL
5. Flies off the shelf, so to speak : SELLS
6. Lay people? : MINSTRELS
7. Forming ranks : AROW
8. Basketballer Danilovic : SASHA
9. Quadriceps strengthener : KNEEBEND
10. Agreement : PACT
11. Horseshoe-shaped fasteners : UBOLTS
12. Dos, e.g. : NUMERO
13. Forgo a night on the town : STAYIN
21. The same, at first? : ISO
22. Bits of carpentry : AUGERS
28. Uses a 33-Across : TRAPS
30. Steer stopper : RIATA
32. Corny side : GRITS
34. Attire : ENROBE
36. Go downhill fast? : SNOWBOARD
38. Stick-to-it-iveness : TENACITY
39. Like part of the Adriatic coast : CROATIAN
40. Fruit brandy : EAUDEVIE
43. Answering roll call : PRESENT
44. Kind of party : PAJAMA
45. Libertine : AMORAL
46. Many are buried at Westminster Abbey : ROYALS
48. Plumber's pipe : ELL
52. Skoaled : MADEA
54. See 52-Down : TOAST
57. 1963 role for Liz : CLEO
58. Stern : REAR
59. Der ___ (German "father") : ALTE

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