New York Times, Thursday, April 19, 2001

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 129 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. It involves a lot of back-and-forth : PINGPONG
7. Deeply connected with : BOUNDUPIN
14. Goes up and down : SEESAWS
16. Subject of the Brest-Litovsk treaty, 1918 : UKRAINE
17. Tiara : CORONET
18. Is uncertain to, briefly : MIGHTNT
19. Regal letters : HRH
20. "With a wink and ___" : ANOD
22. Like worker bees : NEUTER
23. Cardinal O'Connor's successor : EGAN
25. Small branch : SPRIG
27. What's ___ ... : MORE
28. Shred : RIPUP
30. Lawn starter : SOD
31. Nervous time, maybe : EVE
32. "The Maltese Falcon" actress : ASTOR
34. ___ mater (brain cover) : PIA
36. Suffix with cannon : ADE
37. Camping gear : SLEEPINGBAG
40. Bawl : CRY
42. Dot follower : ORG
43. Value system : ETHIC
46. With 9-Down, something to feel : THE
47. "That's awesome!" : OOH
49. Fortune teller, maybe : TAROT
51. Grammarian's bugaboo : AINT
53. Certain convertibles : SOFAS
55. Incompletely : SOME
56. Enjoying an activity : INTOIT
58. Social group : FRAT
60. "Car Talk" network : NPR
61. Repair shop amenities : LOANERS
63. Part of a rock band : DRUMMER
65. Glass-enclosed porches : SOLARIA
66. Bach's "Pilgrimage," for one : CANTATA
67. Unwelcome handouts : PINKSLIPS
68. Minneapolis's county : HENNEPIN
1. Good watchdog : PINSCHER
2. Bulldog's place : GEORGIA
3. "If you play your cards right" : PERHAPS
4. Spanish bear : OSO
5. Babushka : NANA
6. Actress Verdon and others : GWENS
7. No-goodnik : BUM
8. Giving the go-ahead : OKING
9. See 46-Across : URGE
10. Old Testament figure who prophesied Nineveh's fall : NAHUM
11. Copied, in a way : DITTOED
12. Intimidate : UNNERVE
13. Needle holder : PINETREE
15. Old telegram punctuation : STOPS
21. Dozing : DROPPINGOFF
24. Bonkers : NUTSY
26. "Gotcha" : IDIG
29. Nov. runner : POL
33. Early touring car : REO
35. A Warner Bros. brother : ABE
36. Sheikhs' guests, maybe : AGHAS
38. Switch add-on : EROO
39. Part of a long-distance company's 800 number : ATT
40. Army helicopter : CHINOOK
41. Certain summer cottages : RENTALS
44. Tough guy : IRONMAN
45. Go for the gold : COMPETE
46. Emergency situation : TAILSPIN
48. Canadian capital? : HARDC
50. American turtle : TERRAPIN
52. Like most music : TONAL
53. Take off : STRIP
54. Vaughan of jazz : SARAH
57. Yesterday, in Italy : IERI
59. Air : TUNE
62. Trans-Atlantic carrier : SAS
64. K2 is one: Abbr. : MTN

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