New York Times, Wednesday, May 19, 1999

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 42 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 41 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Unauthorized pickups : THEFTS
7. Winner’s look : GRIN
11. Insignia spot : CAP
14. Beat, and how! : WALLOP
15. Irritate : RILE
16. The works : ALL
17. Turkish capital : ANKARA
18. Rights org. : ACLU
19. Wharton grad : MBA
20. Skier’s address? : PICABOSTREET
23. Joyce epic : ULYSSES
26. Even the score again : RETIE
27. Propagate : SOW
28. ___ Na Na : SHA
30. Basketball maneuvers : PIVOTS
31. Imogene of early TV : COCA
33. Merlin and family : OLSENS
35. Tennis player’s address? : MARGARETCOURT
40. Not stay in place, as underwear : RIDEUP
41. Beach sight : PAIL
43. Diplomatic success : ACCORD
46. Ancient cross : TAU
48. Collegian’s hurdle: Abbr. : GRE
49. Afghan : SHAWL
50. Fallen apart : UNGLUED
53. Actress’s address? : KIRSTIEALLEY
57. Bruin whose #4 jersey is now retired : ORR
58. When King Lear disinherits Cordelia : ACTI
59. Goya, for one : ETCHER
63. News initials : UPI
64. Heavenly Father : LORD
65. Backhand or forehand, e.g. : STROKE
66. Lao-___ : TSE
67. Kind of socks : KNEE
68. Lathered (up) : SOAPED
1. Terminal letters : TWA
2. Chinese dynasty 2000 years ago : HAN
3. Hunter’s quarry : ELK
4. Ruckuses : FLAPS
5. Amos and Spelling : TORIS
6. There are a lot in a lot : SPACES
7. Snatch : GRAB
8. Puerto ___ : RICO
9. Problems : ILLS
10. Elementary particle : NEUTRINO
11. Emerged from a coma : CAMETO
12. Though : ALBEIT
13. Lenox products : PLATES
21. Not at sea : ASHORE
22. Guns : REVSUP
23. The Trojans of the N.C.A.A. : USC
24. Weaver’s equipment : LOOM
25. Natl. org. of good works since 1906 : YWCA
29. Sealskin wearer, maybe : ALEUT
30. Chest muscle, for short : PEC
32. Traffic directors : ARROWS
34. One of the Twin Cities : STPAUL
36. Virginia Graham’s 1960’s TV show : GIRLTALK
37. Lengthen, with “to” : ADD
38. Popular sauce : RAGU
39. Lose steam : TIRE
42. Was ahead : LED
43. Propose a date with : ASKOUT
44. Cricket sounds : CHIRPS
45. Stephen King’s first novel : CARRIE
47. Ultimatum word : UNLESS
51. Reach : GETTO
52. Stretch material : LYCRA
54. Religious figure : ICON
55. Raison d’___ : ETRE
56. White House figure : AIDE
60. Jump : HOP
61. Barely get, with “out” : EKE
62. Roselike : RED

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