New York Times, Saturday, February 27, 1999

Author: John Scott Marrone
Editor: Will Shortz
John Scott Marrone
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 37 Missing: {FQ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Marrone. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. 1977 American League M.V.P. : CAREW
6. Arthur Rubinstein's birthplace : LODZ
10. Payoffs : SOPS
14. Rial spender : OMANI
15. Daughter of James II : ANNE
16. Colored part : UVEA
17. Mount : GETON
18. Shakespearean actor Edmund : KEAN
19. Switzerland's second most populous canton : BERN
20. Butte-to-Great Falls dir. : NNE
21. Predicament : SPOT
23. "Rats!" : OHCRUD
25. Short coming? : ARR
26. "The Fathers" novelist : TATE
27. Ten centimes, once : SOU
28. Sons of Leda : CASTORANDPOLLUX
34. Farm animal : ANT
35. Graze : PASTURE
36. What a pageboy does : CURLSIN
40. The Godhead and others : TRIUNES
41. First rank : PRIMACY
42. Gas: Prefix : AER
43. Sons of Rhea Silvia : ROMULUSANDREMUS
49. "L'Oca ___ Cairo" (Mozart opera) : DEL
50. Composer Janácek : LEOS
51. Expose, in verse : OPE
52. Beatrix Potter's Puddle-Duck : JEMIMA
55. Student's purchase : TEXT
56. Scrap : ORT
57. y and z, e.g. : AXES
58. Lowly one : TOAD
60. Assign : ALLOT
62. Writer who coined the phrase "categorical imperative" : KANT
63. Like some twins : EVIL
64. Make one's hair stand on end? : TEASE
65. They'll never get off the ground : EMUS
66. Retired racehorse, maybe : SIRE
67. What a knockout! : ETHER
1. Product of a pot still : COGNAC
2. Egyptian god of the universe : AMENRA
3. Consumer Reports employees : RATERS
4. New Age music pioneer : ENO
5. Site of Wake Forest University : WINSTONSALEM
6. Crazy Horse, e.g. : LAKOTA
7. Early afternoon time : ONETEN
8. Kind of test : DNA
9. Serious Lewis Carroll topic : ZENOSPARADOX
10. Hip-hop, e.g. : SUBCULTURE
11. Superior to : OVER
12. 24-Down town where Cole Porter was born : PERU
13. Smooth : SAND
22. Smoke, essentially : PARTICULATES
24. James Whitcomb Riley's beloved home : HOOSIERSTATE
29. Some rabbis : TALMUDISTS
30. Immunization letters : DPT
31. ___ Tha ("The King and I" role) : LUN
32. North Yorkshire river : URE
33. Marks, as a ballot : XES
36. Heart starter : CPR
37. Tail: Prefix : URO
38. Flange : RIM
39. Sen. Schumer represents it: Abbr. : NYS
44. One of the 20 brightest stars : ALTAIR
45. It may be in the groove : NEEDLE
46. Jack : MOOLAH
47. Revolted : UPROSE
48. Irish ___ : SETTER
52. Hunky-dory : JAKE
53. Course concluder : EXAM
54. It may help one choose sides : MENU
59. Prefix with sac : OVI
61. Sanction : LET

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