New York Times, Monday, April 27, 1998

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQVXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 58 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Send overnight, for example : RUSH
5. Hat's edge : BRIM
9. Chin indentation : CLEFT
14. "___ girl!" : ATTA
15. Deftness : EASE
16. Consumer Reports employee, e.g. : RATER
17. Hurt : PAIN
18. Garage sale warning : ASIS
19. Little ___ (part of the Big Apple) : ITALY
20. Undergoing severe trials : THROUGHTHEMILL
23. Any of the Antilles : ISLE
24. Scouting unit : DEN
25. Pharmaceutical watchdog grp. : FDA
28. Announces with fanfare : HERALDS
31. Lawyer: Abbr. : ATT
34. Fencing move : LUNGE
36. "___ dare to eat a peach?": Eliot : DOI
37. Estate division : ACRE
38. Sick : UNDERTHEWEATHER
42. Abound : TEEM
43. Triple jump feature : HOP
44. High schoolers : TEENS
45. Slalom curve : ESS
46. "25 words or less" event : CONTEST
49. H.S.T.'s successor : DDE
50. The "F" in F.Y.I. : FOR
51. With 7-Down, statement at a do-or-die moment : THIS
53. Ceaselessly : AROUNDTHECLOCK
60. Remove dishes from : CLEAR
61. DeWitt Clinton's canal : ERIE
62. Persia, today : IRAN
63. Cooks in a caldron : BOILS
64. Ancient Briton : PICT
65. Diligence : CARE
66. Pick up on : SENSE
67. Easy throw : TOSS
68. "What ___ can I say?" : ELSE
1. Awestruck : RAPT
2. Four Corners state : UTAH
3. Swizzle : STIR
4. Vietnam's capital : HANOI
5. Snoopy, for one : BEAGLE
6. Bacon serving : RASHER
7. See 51-Across : ISIT
8. Intertwine : MESH
9. Woody Allen's "___ and Misdemeanors" : CRIMES
10. Mr. Chips's class in "Goodbye, Mr. Chips" : LATIN
11. Abbr. at the end of a list : ETAL
12. Collapsed : FELL
13. Sample : TRY
21. Wedding worker : USHER
22. Jockey Arcaro : EDDIE
25. "Peter and the Wolf" bird : FLUTE
26. Desert features : DUNES
27. Peruvian peaks : ANDES
29. Skillful : ADEPT
30. Depressed : LOW
31. Hankered (for) : ACHED
32. The way things are going : TREND
33. To the point : TERSE
35. Turquoise or topaz : GEM
37. Broke bread : ATE
39. Rose feature : THORN
40. Sweetie : HON
41. Room at the top : ATTIC
46. English Lit, e.g. : COURSE
47. High standards : ETHICS
48. Bed covers : SHEETS
50. Mares' young : FOALS
52. Bread serving : SLICE
53. Burn balm : ALOE
54. Bridle strap : REIN
55. Part of U.S.D.A.: Abbr. : DEPT
56. Tom, Dick and Harry, e.g. : TRIO
57. Mouth-to-mouth : ORAL
58. Mercury and Saturn, for instance : CARS
59. On bended ___ : KNEE
60. "60 Minutes" network : CBS

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