New York Times, Thursday, March 12, 1998

Author: Fred Piscop
Editor: Will Shortz
Fred Piscop
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQWXZ} This is puzzle # 42 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Ventures : TRIES
6. Nantes's river : LOIRE
11. ___-Locka, Fla. : OPA
14. Familiar term of address : KIDDO
15. Recital feature : ORGAN
16. Populous area : URB
17. It doesn't generate interest : OCOUPONBOND
19. Javits Center designer : PEI
20. Late comic Farley : CHRIS
21. Described as : TERMED
23. Land of Robert Burns : SCOTIA
26. College in Syracuse, N.Y. : LEMOYNE
27. Keep locked up : CLOSET
28. Requirements for some badges : MERITS
29. W.W. II heroes: Abbr. : RAF
30. Attack : SETAT
32. ___ of Glenure ("Kidnapped" character) : COLIN
35. Some are liberal : ARTS
37. Idiots : DODOS
39. Russo of "Tin Cup" : RENE
40. Bris participant : MOHEL
42. Incurred : RANUP
44. Sked guess : ETA
45. Place of darkness on the way to Hades : EREBUS
47. Evergreen hedge : PRIVET
49. Go-between : LIAISON
51. Relative of a grapefruit : POMELO
52. 40's-50's comedy team member : ABBOTT
53. A Stooge : SHEMP
55. Road show grp. : USO
56. Academy Award song of 1947 : OADEEDOODAH
61. Man of the cloth, slangily : REV
62. The "I" in IV : INTRA
63. Treasure : TROVE
64. Suffix with meth- : ANE
65. Popular disinfectant : LYSOL
66. Pre-Novocain stuff : ETHER
1. Ref's ruling, briefly : TKO
2. Rock's Ocasek : RIC
3. Answer to a minister's question : IDO
4. Chemical extractions : EDUCTS
5. "___ Choice" : SOPHIES
6. She was WKRP's Jennifer : LONI
7. Peepers : ORBS
8. 1987 #1 hit "Here ___ Again" : IGO
9. Fulminator : RANTER
10. Peculiar to a locale : ENDEMIC
11. Magician's claim : OUPMYSLEEVE
12. Dress up : PREEN
13. Put up with : ABIDE
18. Spieled : ORATED
22. Turbine part : ROTOR
23. Beat it : SCRAM
24. Humidor item : CLARO
25. Multiple-choice choice : OOFTHEABOVE
26. Pretend : LETON
28. ___ a hatter : MADAS
31. Springsteen's "Born ___" : TORUN
33. Big name in computer chips : INTEL
34. "Cool!" : NEATO
36. Prefix with comic : SERIO
38. Ate : SUPPED
41. Clorox Company cleanser : LESTOIL
43. Hype : PROMOTE
46. Horticulturist's topic : BOTANY
48. Significance : IMPORT
49. Petrarch's beloved : LAURA
50. "A Doll's House" dramatist : IBSEN
53. Blood fluid: Prefix : SERO
54. Patch up : HEAL
57. Bowery bum's affliction : DTS
58. Homer Simpson exclamation : DOH
59. Blvd. : AVE
60. Any boat : HER

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