New York Times, Saturday, May 1, 1999

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 35 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 102 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Bucks : SMACKERS
9. Aimless : ADRIFT
15. Like a failure : WASHEDUP
16. With more expedience : SOONER
17. 1920 aeronautical invention : AUTOGIRO
18. Inconvenience : HASSLE
19. Talk fast, maybe : SLUR
20. Cheap : TATTY
22. Festive time : YULE
23. Indignant : HETUP
25. Mil. titles : LTS
26. E-mail guffaw : LOL
27. Gum ___ : RESIN
29. Home entertainment letters : VHS
31. Collapsed : GAVE
32. It starts tomorrow? : TEE
34. Informal offers : INVITES
36. Note : JOTDOWN
40. Ranters : RAILERS
41. Rubs on : ANOINTS
42. End : TIP
43. Ground ___ : ZERO
44. Household nickname : SIS
46. 1930 Literature Nobelist : LEWIS
50. Tony winner Caldwell : ZOE
51. Theater lighting-effects device : GEL
53. Subject of a house inspection test : RADON
55. Camelot lady : ENID
57. Have ___ for : ANEED
59. Stud site : LOBE
60. Scammed : DONEIN
62. Regular guys : STEADIES
64. Take down, in a way : UNTACK
65. Certify : ACCREDIT
66. Noted spot in test-marketing : PEORIA
67. Étagères : WHATNOTS
1. Boast : SWASH
2. Ruffian : MAULER
3. Quick : ASTUTE
4. Speak in unison : CHORUS
5. It may be tapped : KEG
6. Database command : EDIT
7. Countryman : RURAL
8. Production of network or cable ads : SPOTTV
9. White : ASHY
10. 1949 film noir classic : DOA
11. Looking up : ROSY
12. Set apart : INSULATE
13. Collapsed : FELLOVER
14. Like a tundra : TREELESS
21. Souvenir shop item : TSHIRT
24. Climber's aid : PITON
28. Small amphibians : NEWTS
30. Sluggard : SNAIL
31. Novelist Scott-Heron : GIL
33. Banner : ENSIGN
35. Spiteful one : VIPER
36. Embellished : JAZZEDUP
37. Personal : ONEONONE
38. Assailed : TOREINTO
39. Roman historian ___ Cassius : DIO
45. Show uncertainty : SEESAW
47. Narrative subtitled "Life in the Woods" : WALDEN
48. 1966 musical co-starring Mary Martin : IDOIDO
49. Confirming phrase : SOBEIT
52. Lascivious type : LETCH
54. Settles : NESTS
56. Cherished : DEAR
57. "She's a Lady" songwriter : ANKA
58. Geometric prefix : DECA
61. Here, in Le Havre : ICI
63. Knack : ART

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