New York Times, Friday, February 26, 1999

Author: Martin Ashwood-Smith
Editor: Will Shortz
Martin Ashwood-Smith
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {FJQ} Spans: 3, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 33 for Mr. Ashwood-Smith. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Big name in beer : PABST
6. "Cooperstown" star, 1993 : ARKIN
11. Tooth dr.'s org. : ADA
14. Be taken with : ADORE
15. Pico de ___ (12,000-foot volcano on the Canary Islands) : TEIDE
16. Snaps : PIX
17. Kidneylike : RENAL
18. Master manipulator : OSTEOPATH
20. ___ vapeur (steamed) : ALA
21. Cap : LIMIT
23. Pigeonhole : NICHE
24. Earth movers : LANDSLIDES
27. "___ Team" : THEA
28. "___ With a Z" (1972 Emmy-winning show) : LIZA
29. Extended operatic solo : SCENA
30. Drove : HERD
31. "Gunsmoke" Doc : ADAMS
33. Like high-strung horses : SNORTY
35. Letters in some ratings : XES
36. Literally, "traveling companion" : SPUTNIK
38. Relief provider? : MAP
41. Small-time : TWOBIT
42. Watch name since 1894 : OMEGA
44. 1997 Philip Kerr best-selling mystery : ESAU
47. Fighter of the Sioux : OMAHA
49. Teen ___ : IDOL
50. This may be hard to date : NERD
51. 16th-century Italian composer, subject of a 1917 German opera : PALESTRINA
53. Former insider : EXCON
55. Gardener, at times : RAKER
56. Year Martial died : CIV
57. Middle weight? : SPARETIRE
59. Floor : AMAZE
61. One way to ship : COD
62. Mead base : HONEY
63. Kitchen utensil : PARER
64. Suffix with Capri : OTE
65. Think pieces? : IDEAS
66. Starting points : SEEDS
1. Difference in apparent direction, in astronomy : PARALLAX
2. City NE of Kangaroo Island : ADELAIDE
3. Windfalls : BONANZAS
4. Overseas title: Abbr. : SRA
5. Goes public : TELLS
6. 1950's cold war development : ATOMICSUBMARINE
7. Living room? : RESIDENTIALAREA
8. 1921 hit piano tune : KITTENONTHEKEYS
9. Suffix with sulf- : IDE
10. Hardly drab : NEON
11. Kind of helicopter : APACHE
12. State : DITHER
13. Helve attachment : AXHEAD
19. Concise : PITHY
22. Parisian pronoun : ILS
25. Water gate : DAM
26. Part of it is draped over the shoulder : SARI
32. Hurricane hdg. : SSW
34. Ring letters : TKO
37. Lowdown : POOP
38. What a portion of all wages goes for : MEDICARE
39. Sweated : AGONIZED
40. Conferences : PALAVERS
41. House of two Henrys : TUDOR
43. Successor to Salyut 7 : MIR
44. Violinist Georges : ENESCO
45. Bombshell, so to speak : SEXPOT
46. Game keeper? : ARCADE
48. Peer Gynt's mother : ASE
52. Game keepers? : TRAPS
54. Classic soft drink : NEHI
58. "___ und Verklärung" (Richard Strauss opus) : TOD
60. Pearl Bailey's middle name : MAE

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