New York Times, Tuesday, March 2, 1999

Author: Stephanie Spadaccini
Editor: Will Shortz
Stephanie Spadaccini
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 38 for Ms. Spadaccini. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Parachute ___ : JUMP
5. "Animal House" party wear : TOGA
9. Ham it up : EMOTE
14. In midvoyage, maybe : ASEA
15. "___ restless as a willow..." (1945 movie lyric) : IMAS
16. Morocco's capital : RABAT
17. Have on : WEAR
18. Fissure : RIFT
19. Ready for anything : ALERT
20. Sage advice, part 1 : IFATFIRSTYOU
23. Got fresh with : SASSED
26. Pennsylvania city : ERIE
27. "___, two, three, four..." : HUP
28. Wide shoe specification : EEE
30. One making picks and pans : CRITIC
35. The Little Mermaid : ARIEL
37. Bills and coins : CASH
40. Aborted mission words : NOGO
41. Sage advice, part 2 : DONTSUCCEEDDONT
44. Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
45. Not masc. or fem. : NEUT
46. Uncomplaining servant : ROBOT
47. Sandwich meat : SALAMI
49. ___ Tomé (island on the Equator) : SAO
51. Exist : ARE
52. Thingy : ITEM
55. Abba's home country : SWEDEN
57. Sage advice, part 3 : TRYSKYDIVING
62. Lasso : RIATA
63. Thrilled : GLAD
64. Jodie Foster's alma mater : YALE
68. Inquired : ASKED
69. Author Wiesel : ELIE
70. Say the paternoster : PRAY
71. Pasta sauce with basil : PESTO
72. Lairs : DENS
73. Test proctor's declaration : TIME
1. Leno's got a big one : JAW
2. Exploit : USE
3. ___ culpa : MEA
4. It was liberated in August 1944 : PARIS
5. Rant : TIRADE
6. Skip over : OMIT
7. Faux pas : GAFFE
8. Moving : ASTIR
9. Pencil topper : ERASER
10. Soda fountain choice : MALT
11. Follow the rules : OBEY
12. Starch source : TARO
13. "___, Brute?" : ETTU
21. Seems : FEELS
22. Nouveau ___ : RICHE
23. Ray-Bans, e.g. : SHADES
24. The dawn : AURORA
25. Kind of cord : SPINAL
29. Behold, in old Rome : ECCE
31. ___-European : INDO
32. "Tsk, tsk" : TOOBAD
33. Tune out : IGNORE
34. Actor Joseph of "Citizen Kane" : COTTEN
36. Songstress James : ETTA
38. Prefix with pressure : ACU
39. Where movies are made : SETS
42. Togetherness : UNITY
43. Go under for the third time : DROWN
48. Gilbert and Sullivan emperor : MIKADO
50. Digressions : ASIDES
53. Bordered : EDGED
54. A thousand, in France : MILLE
56. Pharaoh's land : EGYPT
57. Police sting : TRAP
58. Get up : RISE
59. Beasts of burden : YAKS
60. Editor's direction : STET
61. Stuck on oneself : VAIN
65. Mr. Onassis : ARI
66. Leave in a hurry : LAM
67. CBS symbol : EYE

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