New York Times, Wednesday, December 3, 1997

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQWXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 22 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Kaput : SHOT
5. Poet Teasdale and others : SARAS
10. 1102 on a monument : MCII
14. "Holy ___!" : MOLY
15. Nautical direction : APORT
16. Extended period : AEON
17. "I needed it yesterday" abbr. : ASAP
18. South Pacific kingdom : TONGA
19. Aquarium : TANK
20. Domino products : REFINEDSUGARS
23. Mortarboard component : TASSEL
24. More spine-tingling : EERIER
26. Dutch export : TULIPS
29. Paris pomp : ECLAT
31. Back talk : LIP
34. Money put aside, for short : IRA
35. Do dock work : STEEVE
36. Suppositions : EDUCATEDGUESSES
40. Washington V.I.P. : ALGORE
41. Poke fun at : RIB
42. It'll get you there P.D.Q. : SST
43. Artist Toulouse-Lautrec : HENRI
44. Headlands : NESSES
47. "You don't think I'd do it, do you?" : DAREME
49. They may be found in midstream : ISLETS
53. Part of a string : CULTUREDPEARL
56. "Get a ___!" : GRIP
58. Teheran native : IRANI
59. Decorative case : ETUI
60. "Seven Years in Tibet" star : PITT
61. Florentine literary giant : DANTE
62. 40-Across, informally : VEEP
63. Tan and Irving : AMYS
64. Choir section : ALTOS
65. Wraps up : ENDS
1. Kind of cookie : SMART
2. Book of prophecies : HOSEA
3. Five Norwegian kings : OLAFS
4. Key employee? : TYPIST
5. Surveilling need : SATELLITE
6. "...peas in ___" : APOD
7. Howard and Brown : RONS
8. Has words (with) : ARGUES
9. Old transport : STAGE
10. Number arrays : MATRICES
11. Nonstop : CEASELESS
12. Charged item : ION
13. It's kept in a pen : INK
21. Opposite of alt : NEU
22. Mountain ridge : ARETE
25. Thumbs-up reviews : RAVES
27. Tee off : IRE
28. San Diego player : PADRE
30. Midterm, say : TEST
31. Wife of Jacob : LEAH
32. Twiddled one's thumbs : IDLED
33. Belligerence : PUGNACITY
35. Grants : SUBSIDIES
37. Succeeds in bribing : CORRUPTS
38. Israel's Sharon : ARIEL
39. Dogfaces : GIS
44. Kind of network : NEURAL
45. Particularly: Abbr. : ESP
46. Record jacket : SLEEVE
48. Abode of the gods, in Homer : MTIDA
50. Consumed : EATEN
51. Set straight : TRUED
52. Boo-boos : SLIPS
54. Go on : RANT
55. Prefix with -zoan : ENTO
56. 3.9, e.g. : GPA
57. Pacific ___ : RIM

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