New York Times, Tuesday, April 25, 2000

Author: Randall J. Hartman
Editor: Will Shortz
Randall J. Hartman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 33 for Mr. Hartman. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. ___ Na Na : SHA
4. Samms and Thompson : EMMAS
9. He bugs Bugs : ELMER
14. Late-night competitor of Jay and Dave : TED
15. Strike back : REACT
16. Nary a soul : NOONE
17. 1957 Disney classic : OLDYELLER
19. Prime minister before Yitzhak : GOLDA
20. Potpourri scent : LILAC
21. Rating a 10, say : IDEAL
23. Paranormal letters : ESP
24. Wields, as influence : EXERTS
26. Plain-living sect : AMISH
28. Its primary is primary : NEWHAMPSHIRE
33. Question starter : WHO
36. Singer Celine : DION
37. Paris's abductee : HELEN
38. Mansard overhang : EAVE
40. Mercury or cobalt : METAL
43. Croat or Bulgar : SLAV
44. Blur with tears : BLEAR
46. Blunted weapon : EPEE
48. Like some glances : SLY
49. A daredevil may be living on this : BORROWEDTIME
53. Bank deposit? : BLOOD
54. Calm down : SEDATE
58. ___ Paulo : SAO
60. Lodge resident : SKIER
63. Aired over the summer, maybe : RERAN
64. Hang around for : AWAIT
66. Earl Scruggs's music : BLUEGRASS
68. Use a crowbar on, say : FORCE
69. Petrol unit : LITRE
70. Appliance meas. : BTU
71. Mormon leader : ELDER
72. Let up : EASED
73. Understand : SEE
1. Lifted, so to speak : STOLE
2. Toy Slinky, essentially : HELIX
3. Discombobulate : ADDLE
4. Built : ERECTED
5. "Braveheart" star Gibson : MEL
6. French Sudan, today : MALI
7. Sailed through : ACED
8. Mill site : STREAM
9. Backspin or topspin : ENGLISH
10. Elton's john : LOO
11. Minor problems, so to speak : MOLEHILLS
12. Pulls the plug on : ENDS
13. Harvest : REAP
18. Tar's tale : YARN
22. Fuse rating unit : AMP
25. Do the crawl : SWIM
27. "___ a Lady" : SHES
29. Weed whacker : HOE
30. Chipped in : ANTED
31. Not fanciful : REAL
32. A deadly sin : ENVY
33. "Just the facts, ma'am" speaker : WEBB
34. Luminous topper : HALO
35. Where jetsam goes : OVERBOARD
39. Marquis's inferior : EARL
41. It may have 2 BR's : APT
42. Maui necklaces : LEIS
45. Comb carrier : ROOSTER
47. Left the cocoon : EMERGED
50. Moo goo gai pan pan : WOK
51. Fit to consume : EDIBLE
52. River of Hesse : EDER
55. Many OPEC ministers : ARABS
56. Nibble on : TASTE
57. Follow : ENSUE
58. Having escaped a tag : SAFE
59. M.P.'s quarry : AWOL
61. "On the Waterfront" director Kazan : ELIA
62. Dead-end jobs : RUTS
65. Rock salt may be used on it : ICE
67. Before, to Burns : ERE

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