New York Times, Tuesday, December 14, 1999

Author: Richard Chisholm
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Chisholm
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JKQX} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Chisholm. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Georgia ___ : TECH
5. Seven-time A.L. batting champ Rod : CAREW
10. Architect of St. Paul's Cathedral : WREN
14. Monster : OGRE
15. Plus end : ANODE
16. Mortgage consideration : RATE
17. Christo, notably : WRAPARTIST
19. Concerning : INRE
20. ___ Percé (Western tribe) : NEZ
21. Postal workers have them: Abbr. : RTES
22. Very uneven : RAGGED
24. Shipboard functionary : STEWARD
26. Part of beauty pageant attire : SASH
27. Stat for 5-Across : RBI
28. Certain sneakers : HIGHTOPS
32. Interstate hauler : SEMI
35. It sometimes thickens : PLOT
37. Impede legally : ESTOP
38. Factory : PLANT
40. "What Kind of Fool ___" (1962 hit) : AMI
41. Part of a subway entrance : STILE
42. Friend in a sombrero : AMIGO
43. Kind of room : MENS
45. Pre-owned : USED
46. I.R.A. renewal : ROLLOVER
48. Little toymaker : ELF
50. New Haven collegians : ELIS
51. Cold symptom : SNIFFLE
55. Result of ironing : CREASE
58. Couple : DUAD
59. ___ Alamos : LOS
60. It's rounded up in a roundup : HERD
61. Take train stations by force? : WRESTSTOPS
64. "Picnic" playwright : INGE
65. Giving goosebumps : EERIE
66. Carpet layer's calculation : AREA
67. "D" : POOR
68. Hans Christian Andersen and others : DANES
69. Slothful : LAZY
1. Villages : TOWNS
2. Protected bird : EGRET
3. Beanie Babies, e.g. : CRAZE
4. With it, in the 50's : HEP
5. Travel on a road : CARTRIP
6. Chipped in : ANTED
7. 18 Louises : ROIS
8. CBS's Bradley and others : EDS
9. Symbol of limpness : WETRAG
10. Airplane wings, propellers, etc. : WRIGHTSTUFF
11. Phoned : RANG
12. To be, in Toulouse : ETRE
13. Penury : NEED
18. ___-Israeli relations : ARAB
23. "Angela's ___" : ASHES
25. Laundry cycle supervisor? : WRINGLEADER
26. Protester's ploy : SITIN
28. Quite a hit : HOMER
29. Inventor Elisha : OTIS
30. Tent support : POLE
31. Went 80, say : SPED
32. Box : SPAR
33. Ticklish fellow : ELMO
34. Armor of interlinked rings : MAIL
36. Disables : LAMES
39. Factory things : TOOLS
44. Deliberative bodies : SENATES
47. Watched : VIEWED
49. Eye parts : LIDS
51. "If You Knew ___" (Eddie Cantor favorite) : SUSIE
52. Fauna's partner : FLORA
53. Golf pro Nancy : LOPEZ
54. Emerson work : ESSAY
55. Golf shot : CHIP
56. It's NE of Tahoe : RENO
57. Therefore : ERGO
58. Hollywood's Bruce or Laura : DERN
62. Actor Stephen : REA
63. Jazz guitarist ___ Farlow : TAL

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