New York Times, Tuesday, December 9, 1997

Author: Fran and Lou Sabin
Editor: Will Shortz
Fran Sabin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 16 for Ms. Sabin. This is puzzle # 127 for Mr. Sabin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pea holders : PODS
5. Coagulate : CLOT
9. Not bold : TIMID
14. Declare : AVOW
15. Frost : RIME
16. "Swan Lake" maiden : ODILE
17. Stupefy : DAZE
18. Moffo at the Met : ANNA
19. Nice ___ (prudish one) : NELLY
20. Popular sing-along tune of 1925 : SLEEPYTIMEGAL
23. Whiz : PRO
24. Picked at, picked at, picked at : FUSSED
27. Hubbub : ADO
30. Fill with feeling : INSPIRE
34. Literary inits. : TSE
35. Minor dents : DINGS
37. What a chapeau covers : TETE
38. Art Deco pioneer : ERTE
39. 1954 song with a repeating title : DREAMDREAMDREAM
42. "O.K., why not?" : LETS
43. Bagel or bialy : ROLL
44. Type type : AGATE
45. Prefix with sphere or disaster : ECO
46. Visits : COMESBY
48. Kind of school : MED
49. Clog : STOPUP
51. ___ minérale : EAU
53. 1954 #1 hit by the Chordettes : MISTERSANDMAN
60. Meager : SCANT
62. Foolish fellow : COOT
63. Mustachioed artist : DALI
64. Postal scale unit : OUNCE
65. Revolutionary hero Nathan : HALE
66. Prez : EXEC
67. Beautician's device : DRYER
68. Scent : ODOR
69. "Casablanca" role : RICK
1. Goalie gear : PADS
2. Face's shape, approximately : OVAL
3. Nap : DOZE
4. Win all the games : SWEEP
5. One of a set of 64, maybe : CRAYON
6. Fluff : LINT
7. Home of the Hawks, with "the" : OMNI
8. Hawks or Seahawks, e.g. : TEAM
9. Deli meat offering : TONGUE
10. Notions : IDEAS
11. Grain grinder's power source : MILLSTREAM
12. ___-timed : ILL
13. Actress Susan : DEY
21. Color separator : PRISM
22. Violinist Zimbalist : EFREM
25. Home in the country : ESTATE
26. Considered : DEEMED
27. Confounds : ADDLES
28. Run the show : DIRECT
29. Drinker's excess : ONETOOMANY
31. Sen. Thurmond : STROM
32. "The Old Wives' Tale" dramatist : PEELE
33. Biased writing?: Abbr. : ITALS
36. Bromo target : GAS
38. Bit of work : ERG
40. Let fall, in poetry : DROPT
41. Israel's Moshe : DAYAN
46. General called "Yellowhair" : CUSTER
47. Kitchen gadget : BEATER
50. ___-nez : PINCE
52. Milk source : UDDER
54. Hollow reply? : ECHO
55. Way to go : ROAD
56. Fly like Lindy : SOLO
57. 60's-70's dress : MAXI
58. Novelist Waugh : ALEC
59. Shaver's woe : NICK
60. Green cover : SOD
61. Junkyard dog : CUR

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