New York Times, Saturday, December 18, 1999

Author: Nancy Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JQWXZ} This is puzzle # 91 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Put down : DISPARAGED
11. Spot announcements? : ARFS
15. She lived in a "kingdom by the sea" : ANNABELLEE
16. Walk way? : GAIT
17. Capitol fliers : STATEFLAGS
18. Audrey Hepburn's real first name : EDDA
19. It may be taken in a shuttle : HOP
20. No good deed : SIN
21. Harder to make out, maybe : TINIER
23. Enter, in a way : INPUT
26. Kind of diet : SCARSDALE
28. Inspirational subject of a William Gibson play : KELLER
30. Altruism's antithesis : EGOMANIA
31. Conceptualize : IDEATE
32. Kind of ink : SOY
33. Moppet : TOT
34. Bar request : NEAT
36. "Red Corner" star : GERE
39. P.D. call : APB
42. Low-___ : RES
44. Afrika Korps commander : ROMMEL
48. It's a first : PREMIERE
51. Kenyan's neighbor : SOMALI
52. Carnation, e.g. : PERENNIAL
54. Grammy winner for "Time out of Mind" : DYLAN
55. Chewed out : REAMED
56. Mauna ___ : LOA
58. With 59A, Go to work on : DIG
59. See 58A : INTO
60. In poetry, when she passed, "it seemed like the ceasing of exquisite music" : EVANGELINE
64. Merlin, for one : SEER
65. Four-wheel drive introduced in 1970 : RANGEROVER
66. Whirl : EDDY
67. It may keep you on the beam : STEADINESS
1. African pullover : DASHIKI
2. Performed a canticle, e.g. : INTONED
3. Popular beverage : SNAPPLE
4. Way to stand : PAT
5. White House nickname : ABE
6. They may stop the fighting : REFS
7. "___ well" : ALLIS
8. Some are stolen : GLANCES
9. Sleep research tool, briefly : EEG
10. Tin cans, so to speak : DESTROYERS
11. Things to do : AGENDA
12. Beaming : RADIANT
13. Opera subtitled "Wedded Love" : FIDELIO
14. Eye : STAREAT
22. Ending of beliefs : ISM
24. ___-Ude (Trans-Siberian Railroad city) : ULAN
25. What a logical Parisian uses : TETE
27. In a swivet : AGOG
29. Some bumps on the road : REARENDERS
35. Michael's "Mr. Mom" co-star : TERI
37. Cross : ROOD
38. Kind of nomination : EMMY
39. Inform : APPRISE
40. Primped : PREENED
41. Raked over the coals : BERATED
43. Shipping route : SEALANE
45. ___ Islands, in the Indian Ocean : MALDIVE
46. Famed New York eatery : ELAINES
47. Keeps the host up, perhaps : LINGERS
49. Quiz show expertise : MEMORY
50. Kin of -like : INE
53. It's heard at day's end : LONGA
57. Middle-___ : AGED
61. Liquor store? : VAT
62. Verdi's "___ tu" : ERI
63. Contemporary of Bela : LON

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