New York Times, Saturday, May 15, 1999

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33 Missing: {QVY} This is puzzle # 29 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
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1. When flappers flourished : JAZZAGE
8. Downright : PLUMB
13. "Kyrie ___" ("Lord, have mercy") : ELEISON
14. Causing one to crack up : RIOTOUS
16. When the show must go on : AIRTIME
17. From one side only : EXPARTE
18. Prefix with liberal : NEO
19. ___ oil : SESAME
21. Stop order? : HALT
22. Spanish liqueur : ANIS
24. Tab alternative : RCCOLA
26. Org. that sponsors exhibitions : NEA
27. Periodical plea : RENEW
29. Wild thing? : OAT
30. New ___ (Congolese money) : ZAIRE
32. Disney's Pete, for one : PEGLEG
34. Erase, as videotape : DEGAUSS
36. Odd couple? : DEES
38. Shout from the block : SOLD
39. Goofed, in golf : FOOZLED
42. Look through a keyhole : PEERIN
46. Cap attachment : PLUME
47. Many chiliads : EON
49. Electropolishing need : ANODE
50. Sing : RAT
51. Blitz : REDDOG
54. Proof word : STET
55. No Mr. Nice Guy : OGRE
57. Water bearer? : SPIGOT
59. Motor City org. : UAW
60. Scoundrel : SOANDSO
62. Horace Walpole's "The Castle of ___" : OTRANTO
64. Equipped with a motor : ENGINED
65. Soon to be delivered, perhaps : ONORDER
66. Site of Napoleon III's defeat, 1870 : SEDAN
67. Response to "Rough day?" : DONTASK
1. Noted 20th-century sculptor : JEANARP
2. Property recipient, legally : ALIENEE
3. Killing, as a bill : ZEROING
4. Promgoer's worry : ZIT
5. Clearance condition : ASIS
6. First name in Mayberry : GOMER
7. "Oedipe" composer : ENESCO
8. Display unit : PIXEL
9. Shorten : LOP
10. N.B.A. team since 1979 : UTAH
11. "Spaceballs" star : MORANIS
12. The usual suspects? : BUTLERS
14. Nonstudio broadcasts : REMOTES
15. Stiff hairs : SETAE
20. Part of A.M.P.A.S.: Abbr. : ACAD
23. Rare : SELDOM
25. Wild honeysuckle, e.g. : AZALEA
28. Rock group with the 1994 song "Buddy Holly" : WEEZER
31. "Homage to Clio" poet and family : AUDENS
33. Salon selection : GEL
35. Un-Democratic grp. : GOP
37. Legume, e.g. : SEEDPOD
39. Ale holders : FLAGONS
40. More than miff : OUTRAGE
41. Late film producer Fayed : DODI
43. Jefferson Memorial feature : ROTUNDA
44. Conceives : IDEATES
45. Socialize with a purpose : NETWORK
46. It's unmetered : PROSE
48. Shot : NOGOOD
52. Where Big Bertha was built : ESSEN
53. "Ain't ___" ("Hair" tune) : GOTNO
56. "Idylls of the King" woman : ENID
58. Suffix with cosmo : TRON
61. Kind of test : DNA
63. Prints and such : ART

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