New York Times, Tuesday, May 12, 1998

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FJKQXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 29 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "Candida" playwright : SHAW
5. Sings like Tormé : SCATS
10. Extensive : VAST
14. Entire: Prefix : HOLO
15. "La Campagne de Rome" artist : COROT
16. Aware of : ONTO
17. Utah city : OREM
18. Stop on ___ (halt abruptly) : ADIME
19. They can be Horatian : ODES
20. Slot machines : ONEARMEDBANDITS
23. 40 winks : NAP
24. Scooby-___ (cartoon dog) : DOO
25. Authorized : LICIT
28. Carrier to Oslo : SAS
31. Cavaradossi's love, in opera : TOSCA
35. Sale items, for short : IRRS
36. I.R.S. visits : AUDITS
38. Globe : ORB
39. Chris Evert specialty : TWOHANDEDVOLLEY
42. ___ Bravo : RIO
43. They're in a stable environment : STALLS
44. Baseball's Mel and others : OTTS
45. The blahs : ENNUI
47. Born : NEE
48. Wall climbers : IVIES
49. Org. that called 60's strikes : SDS
51. Niger-to-Libya dir. : NNE
52. Picnic event : THREELEGGEDRACE
61. Works in the garden : HOES
62. Race tracks : OVALS
63. Wall Street optimist : BULL
64. Language written in Persian-Arabic letters : URDU
65. Engendered : BEGOT
66. Pitcher Hershiser : OREL
67. ["You don't mean...!"] : GASP
68. Generous helpings : SLABS
69. Orangeish vegetables : YAMS
1. "Begone!" : SHOO
2. Honker : HORN
3. Toward one side of a ship : ALEE
4. Effeminate : WOMANISH
5. Little rascal : SCAMP
6. Secret language : CODE
7. Saharan : ARID
8. Taj Mahal, e.g. : TOMB
9. Lieu : STEAD
10. Kind of doll : VOODOO
11. "The King ___" : ANDI
12. Copy editor's marking : STET
13. Chuck : TOSS
21. One who blabs : RAT
22. "___ fast!" ("Hey!") : NOTSO
25. Unit of petrol : LITRE
26. Professor Corey : IRWIN
27. Sing softly : CROON
28. Khartoum's land : SUDAN
29. Fred's light-footed sister : ADELE
30. Move laterally : SIDLE
32. Conductor who studied under Bartók : SOLTI
33. Big olive oil exporter : CRETE
34. Great depression : ABYSS
36. Farm worker? : ANT
37. Boob tubes : TVS
40. "All kidding ___..." : ASIDE
41. Beau : LOVERBOY
46. Exhausts : USESUP
48. Neither Rep. nor Dem. : IND
50. Unkempt ones : SLOBS
51. Homes on high : NESTS
52. Hoodlum : THUG
53. Wedding dance : HORA
54. Scarlet and crimson : REDS
55. Stuntmeister Knievel : EVEL
56. Baby talk : GAGA
57. Goo unit : GLOB
58. New Ageish glow : AURA
59. Skelton's Kadiddlehopper : CLEM
60. Additions : ELLS

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