New York Times, Tuesday, March 24, 1998

Author: Fred Piscop
Editor: Will Shortz
Fred Piscop
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {GJQVZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 43 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Hemmed, but didn't haw : SEWED
6. Israel's Dayan : MOSHE
11. Tout's offering : TIP
14. Tickle pink : ELATE
15. Expressed joy : OOHED
16. The self-proclaimed "Greatest" : ALI
17. Trifling amount : CHICKENFEED
19. Singer Zadora : PIA
20. 10% cuts : TITHES
21. ___ fields (mythological afterworld) : ELYSIAN
23. Spot for a Band-Aid : SCRAPE
26. Take apart : UNDO
27. School zone sign : SLOW
31. Pirate's potable : RUM
32. Korean soldier : ROK
34. New Zealander : KIWI
35. Black cat, maybe : OMEN
37. Stallone role : RAMBO
41. Dorothy followed it : YELLOWBRICKROAD
44. Seaweed-wrapped fare : SUSHI
45. Rights org. : ACLU
46. Agnew's plea, for short : NOLO
47. New Haven collegian : ELI
49. Racket or rocket add-on : EER
50. Breslau's river : ODER
51. Scold, with "out" : BAWL
54. Scottish "sighting" : NESSIE
57. Cracker shapes : ANIMALS
59. Bring to light : EXHUME
64. Ancient lang. : LAT
65. "Coal Miner's Daughter" actress : SISSYSPACEK
68. Order to attack, with "on" : SIC
69. Cynic's look : SNEER
70. "Dallas" matriarch : ELLIE
71. Volcanic spew : ASH
72. They're pitched at jamborees : TENTS
73. Is cockeyed : LEANS
1. The Amish, e.g. : SECT
2. K-12, scholastically speaking : ELHI
3. Restaurant annoyance : WAIT
4. Produce art on copper, e.g. : ETCH
5. Rink fakeouts : DEKES
6. Presidents' Day, e.g.: Abbr. : MON
7. Punch-in-the-stomach reaction : OOF
8. Followers : SHEEP
9. Ward ___ (local politico) : HEELER
10. Water whirled : EDDY
11. Gimme on the green : TAPIN
12. Trojan War epic : ILIAD
13. "Eighty-eight" : PIANO
18. Third-party account : ESCROW
22. Indonesia's first president : SUKARNO
24. Cuban dance : RUMBA
25. Slaps a fine on : AMERCES
27. "The ___ the limit!" : SKYS
28. Place : LIEU
29. Temple footballers : OWLS
30. Knuckleballer Hoyt : WILHELM
33. Sitcom planet : ORK
36. Frasier's TV brother : NILES
38. General feeling : MOOD
39. Hoedown seat : BALE
40. Wavy lines, in the comics : ODOR
42. Fix a squeak : OIL
43. Radioactivity units : CURIES
48. Kind of skates : INLINE
51. Glider wood : BALSA
52. Diarist Nin : ANAIS
53. Broom Hilda, e.g. : WITCH
55. Krupp works city : ESSEN
56. Boot out : EXPEL
58. Helper: Abbr. : ASST
60. Robust : HALE
61. Pac 10 sch. : UCLA
62. "Deal ___!" : MEIN
63. ___ out (manages) : EKES
66. Ready : SET
67. Jr. and sr. : YRS

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