New York Times, Wednesday, April 9, 1997

Author: Norman S. Wizer
Editor: Will Shortz
Norman S. Wizer
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 27 for Mr. Wizer. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Cheek : SASS
5. Runs in neutral : IDLES
10. Latitude : PLAY
14. Woody's son : ARLO
15. State capital or its river : BOISE
16. Artist Magritte : RENE
17. Ham operator's dog? : HEADSETTER
19. Prefix with -hedron : OCTA
20. Napkin's place : LAP
21. Buffalo hunter : CREE
22. Feast of Lots honoree : ESTHER
24. Dam : WEIR
25. Showing a fancy for : INTO
26. Cooked cereal : FARINA
29. Kind of roll : CRESCENT
33. Think a thought : OPINE
34. Reading, for a famous example : GAOL
35. Mishmash : OLIO
36. Called the butler : RANG
37. Not set : RUNNY
38. Large green moth : LUNA
39. Work units : ERGS
40. They're kept under lids at night : EYES
41. ___ the hills : OLDAS
42. Drop in : STOPOVER
44. Least laugh-out-loud, as humor : DRIEST
45. Parroted : APED
46. Can't stand : HATE
47. Two-dimensional : PLANAR
50. Future jr. : SOPH
51. Leg. title : SEN
54. Kharagpur queen : RANI
55. Hairdresser's dog? : SHAMPOODLE
58. 30's migrant : OKIE
59. Flip chart site : EASEL
60. Woolen caps : TAMS
61. Farmer's locale? : DELL
62. Metric unit : STERE
63. Boxer's stat : TKOS
1. Satirist Mort : SAHL
2. Gazetteer info : AREA
3. Big shot in ice hockey : SLAP
4. Lay turf : SOD
5. Locale of the Cantabrian Mountains : IBERIA
6. Mother hen, e.g. : DOTER
7. Low-cal : LITE
8. Lubbock-to-Fort Worth dir. : ESE
9. In a calm manner : SERENELY
10. Diplomat's dog? : PROTOCOLLIE
11. Poland's Walesa : LECH
12. Kitty feed : ANTE
13. Junior, e.g. : YEAR
18. Scape : SCENE
23. Peter and Paul: Abbr. : STS
24. Pilot's dog? : WINGSPANIEL
25. Best Actor of 1990 : IRONS
26. Shouts on the links : FORES
27. Disjointedly : APART
28. Spoken-word #1 hit of 1964 : RINGO
29. One administering corporal punishment : CANER
30. Shake off : ELUDE
31. Hirschfeld hidings : NINAS
32. Brown : TOAST
34. Reinforced with a rope : GUYED
37. Exhibits dyslexia : REVERSES
41. Lawn products brand : ORTHO
43. W.W.II agcy. : OPA
44. Parti-colored : DAPPLE
46. Noted marine watercolorist : HOMER
47. Egg on : PROD
48. Cottage site : LAKE
49. Indigo dye : ANIL
50. Enclosure with a MS. : SASE
51. Neighbor of Minn. : SDAK
52. Pollster Roper : ELMO
53. Hero of 60's TV and 80's film : NESS
56. Toque, for one : HAT
57. Six-time home run champ : OTT

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