New York Times, Friday, February 19, 1999

Author: Dana Motley
Editor: Will Shortz
Dana Motley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 35 Missing: {GQ} This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Motley. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Classic name at the Newport Folk Festival : BAEZ
5. Gulf of Guinea city : ACCRA
10. Magic charm : MOJO
14. Org. often seen in court : ACLU
15. Hit a low note? : MOOED
16. Top service provider : ACER
17. "The Little Mermaid" prince : ERIC
18. ___ bear : PANDA
19. One doing the lord's work : SERF
20. Boxer's concern : REACH
22. Timber defect extending from the middle outward : STARSHAKE
24. Houseparents' charge : HOSTEL
26. Minor German count : EINS
27. It bites : SATIRE
30. Victor at Thermopylae, 480 B.C. : XERXES
32. "It" author Glyn : ELINOR
33. Dressage order : TROT
34. Tayside topper : TAM
37. Arab League member : TUNISIA
39. Result of submarine activity : TSUNAMI
41. Letters at sea : HMS
42. Men behaving badly : CADS
44. Flash floods : SPATES
45. Come about : EVOLVE
47. Glass eels : ELVERS
48. Post-delivery delivery : SLAP
49. "The Plough and the Stars" playwright : OCASEY
51. Shade of yellow : BUTTERCUP
53. Car in a Beach Boys song : TBIRD
57. Footless animal : APOD
58. Elkins of whodunits : AARON
60. It has notions : ETUI
61. ___-eyed : DEWY
62. About 1/4 cord : STERE
63. Part of A.A.R.P.: Abbr. : ASSN
64. Flying fisher : ERNE
65. Trattoria topping : PESTO
66. Ticker locale: Abbr. : NYSE
1. Heavyweight champ after Carnera : BAER
2. A little of a lot? : ACRE
3. London Magazine essayist : ELIA
4. Ratatouille ingredient : ZUCCHINI
5. Rock group booster : AMP
6. Not work very hard : COAST
7. Surrounding sentences, maybe : CONTEXT
8. "The enemy is upon us!" : REDALERT
9. When the Feast of Lots is observed : ADAR
10. Certain iron : MASHIE
11. Little Rhody, with "the" : OCEANSTATE
12. Nitwits : JERKS
13. Fish stocked in ornamental pools : ORFE
21. Forecast, of a sort : HOROSCOPE
23. Rare child : SEXTUPLET
25. Soap, e.g. : SERIAL
27. Revolutionary War commander ___ Warner : SETH
28. College endower, often : ALUM
29. Entertainment center : TINSELTOWN
31. Characters in "Macbeth" and "Richard II" : ROSSES
35. Part of A.A.R.P.: Abbr. : AMER
36. Fail to see : MISS
38. 14-Across's role, often : ADVOCATE
40. Cassoulet ingredient : NAVYBEAN
43. Comes by : SECURES
46. Textile fiber colorer : VATDYE
48. Swell : SUPER
50. Left : APORT
51. Enjoined : BADE
52. Irritate : RASP
54. Tiny start? : ITSY
55. Crooner Columbo : RUSS
56. Banquet : DINE
59. Classic opener : NEO

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