New York Times, Friday, December 10, 1999

Author: Gilbert H. Ludwig
Editor: Will Shortz
Gilbert H. Ludwig
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 35 Missing: {JQUXZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Ludwig. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. It may be part of a club : HAM
4. Pet store purchase : CAGE
8. Bagpiper's wear : TARTAN
14. Classic object of blame-shifting : EVILTWIN
16. Glenn Miller protégé Ray : EBERLE
17. Salon worker : COLORIST
18. Indian's neighbor : NEPALI
19. Narc's find, perhaps : KILO
20. Köln or Nürnberg : STADT
22. Mideast money : RIAL
23. Deep-six : DITCH
25. Way to storm off : IRATELY
27. Proscholastic org. : NEA
28. "___ Restaurant" : ALICES
29. Swore : AVERRED
32. Word after sand or sound : BLASTER
36. Gent : SIR
37. Narc's find, perhaps : LSD
38. The Eagle that landed : LEM
39. Satellite dish producer : RCA
40. Set for the nursery : LAYETTE
42. One may be limited : EDITION
44. Skilled in : GOODAT
46. Big inits. in video games : NES
47. Reagan Supreme Court nominee : OCONNOR
49. 1973 resignee : AGNEW
51. Order : FIAT
52. Going to get : INFOR
54. Overexercising result : ACHE
56. Where Mark Twain is buried : ELMIRA
58. Some people are convicted in it : ABSENTIA
60. 1998 "Les Misérables" star : NEESON
61. They may arouse a farmer : ROOSTERS
62. Courses, in combinations : DROMES
63. Sloughs : FENS
64. Unlike 63-Across : DRY
1. Dickens : HECK
2. Go around : AVOID
3. Pillboxes and such : MILLINERY
4. Court position: Abbr. : CTR
5. "Make ___!" (birthday cry) : AWISH
6. Substance : GIST
7. Involve : ENTAIL
8. Like a medusa : TENTACLED
9. Globetrotters founder Saperstein : ABE
10. Forget for years? : REPRESS
11. Bridle path : TRAIL
12. Put to rest : ALLAY
13. QB O'Donnell : NEIL
15. One who takes inventory? : LOOTER
21. Pittance : DRIBLET
24. Only N.L. pitcher to win four Cy Young Awards : CARLTON
26. Linking (up) : TEAMING
28. Appended : ADDEDON
29. Deaf talk: Abbr. : ASL
30. Road that leads to Rome? : VIA
31. Dwellers on the Gulf of Finland : ESTONIANS
33. In three parts : TRISECTED
34. System starter : ECO
35. Bled : RAN
41. Far from humility : EGOTISM
43. Ricky Ricardo vis-à-vis Fred Mertz : TENANT
45. Pound notes? : ARFARF
47. Crude carrier : OILER
48. Tiny part : CAMEO
49. Unlawful firing? : ARSON
50. Fan's noise : WHIRR
51. Provide (for) : FEND
53. Kind of concerto : OBOE
55. It may come before going : EASY
57. Eggs : ROE
59. The first of several? : ESS

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