New York Times, Tuesday, March 17, 1998

Author: Nancy Salomon and Bob Klahn
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Salomon
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1868/13/199511/7/2012116
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3633533719611
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1.581521
Bob Klahn
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601/29/19945/22/201110
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1313121426
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1.57011

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQVXYZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Ms. Salomon. This is puzzle # 32 for Mr. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
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1. "You are here" posting : MAP
4. Hawkeye Pierce portrayer : ALDA
8. Result : UPSHOT
14. Sign that all are welcome : OPENDOOR
16. Floodgate : SLUICE
17. Like a swift and spectacular success : METEORIC
18. Do a slow burn : SEETHE
19. Fabled thieves in green : ROBINHOODSMEN
21. "The ___ Mutiny" : CAINE
23. H.S. math : ALG
24. Sounds of hesitation : ERS
25. California fort named for a Union general : ORD
26. Circumspect : GUARDED
30. Fill to the ___ : BRIM
32. Small-business magazine : INC
33. Asimov and Newton : ISAACS
37. Civil rights activist Parks : ROSA
38. It'll make you red in the face : ROUGE
40. Mallorca, e.g. : ISLA
41. Spinning : AWHIRL
43. Black gunk : TAR
44. Wash cycle : SPIN
45. Augusta golf tourney : MASTERS
47. CPR expert : EMT
48. Ecol. watchdog : EPA
51. First person in Berlin : ICH
52. Where to get Seoul food : KOREA
54. Ivy League rooters in green : DARTMOUTHFANS
59. Taking the place (of) : INLIEU
60. Face decoration for a brave : WARPAINT
63. "You ___ bother!" : NEEDNT
64. Person-to-person : ONEONONE
65. They can be liquid or frozen : ASSETS
66. Distort : SKEW
67. Actor Beatty : NED
1. Tattoo word, often : MOM
2. King Kong : APE
3. Culture container : PETRIDISH
4. Desert clay : ADOBE
5. Actress Singer of "Footloose" : LORI
6. "___ What Comes Natur'lly" (Irving Berlin song) : DOIN
7. Flatfoot's lack : ARCH
8. Fighters in green : USSOLDIERS
9. Sorority candidates : PLEDGES
10. Takes to court : SUES
11. Words to a blackjack dealer : HITME
12. Yellow pigment : OCHER
13. Many MTV watchers : TEENS
15. It's a gas : NEON
20. Row your boat : OAR
21. Charmer's snake : COBRA
22. Cupid's dart : ARROW
26. Cookie sellers in green : GIRLSCOUTS
27. Popular card game : UNO
28. Sharp as a tack : ACUTE
29. Speaker's spot : DAIS
31. Hurt badly : MAIM
34. Slanderous insinuation : ASPERSION
35. General weather conditions : CLIME
36. Holiday visitor : SANTA
39. Civil War grp. : GAR
42. Clothing : RAIMENT
46. Turkey day: Abbr. : THU
48. Patsy's pal on "Absolutely Fabulous" : EDINA
49. Window pieces : PANES
50. Site in a Bizet suite : ARLES
52. Sound of a punch : KAPOW
53. "Chestnuts roasting ___ open fire" : ONAN
55. Ocean motion : TIDE
56. Ark groupings : TWOS
57. Bit of hair : HANK
58. At no cost : FREE
61. Opposite SSW : NNE
62. Cable kingpin Turner : TED

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