New York Times, Tuesday, May 5, 1998

Author: Stephanie Spadaccini
Editor: Will Shortz
Stephanie Spadaccini
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQVZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 34 for Ms. Spadaccini. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. May honorees : MAMAS
6. ___ A to Z : FROM
10. Notability : FAME
14. Nimble : AGILE
15. ___ avis : RARA
16. Designer Cassini : OLEG
17. Blakley of "A Nightmare on Elm Street" : RONEE
18. Famous New York cop Eddie : EGAN
19. Preceding : UPTO
20. Buckle : KNUCKLEUNDER
23. Method: Abbr. : SYS
24. Sympathetic attention : EAR
25. OB/___ (certain doctor) : GYN
26. Front of a semi : CAB
29. James of "Gunsmoke" : ARNESS
31. Open-ceilinged rooms : ATRIA
33. Got 100 on, as a test : ACED
36. Expire : DIE
37. Pre-book book : SCROLL
38. Buckle : THROWINTHETOWEL
41. Prom queen props : TIARAS
42. Wonderland drink : TEA
43. Betting ratio : ODDS
44. Photographer Adams : ANSEL
45. Window shade, e.g. : ROLLUP
47. "Norma ___" : RAE
48. Tell a whopper : LIE
50. Part of a balance : PAN
51. Everything : ALL
54. Buckle : EATHUMBLEPIE
57. ___-in-the-bone (deeply ingrained) : BRED
60. Intravenous infusions : SERA
61. Obtain, as vengeance : EXACT
62. "You ___?" (butler's question) : RANG
63. Pith : MEAT
64. Small plant shoot : SPRIG
65. Sailor's cry : AHOY
66. Model Macpherson : ELLE
67. ___ voce : SOTTO
1. School grades : MARKS
2. It hurts : AGONY
3. Part of a school grade, maybe : MINUS
4. Guinness or Baldwin : ALEC
5. Person who's it : SEEKER
6. Carte blanche : FREEREIN
7. Spaghetti sauce brand : RAGU
8. Shaggy apes : ORANGS
9. 1975 #1 Barry Manilow hit : MANDY
10. Late afternoon : FOUR
11. Mountain near Zurich : ALP
12. N.Y.C. opera house, with "the" : MET
13. Self : EGO
21. "The Blues Brothers" director John : LANDIS
22. Put into practice : ENACT
26. Throng : CROWD
27. Was laid up : AILED
28. Cotillions : BALLS
29. Idolize : ADORE
30. Fistfight : SETTO
32. Group of Girl Scouts, e.g. : TROOP
33. Essence of roses : ATTAR
34. Canton's country : CHINA
35. Rub out : ERASE
37. Underwater experiment site : SEALAB
39. When repeated, a Washington city : WALLA
40. Spouse : HELPMATE
45. Do a shoemaker's job : REHEEL
46. Word of qualification : UNLESS
49. Not quite grammatical answer to "Who's there?" : ITSME
51. Detached : APART
52. Legal : LICIT
53. Loosen one's hold : LETGO
54. Stressed out : EDGY
55. Russia's ___ Mountains : URAL
56. World's fair, for short : EXPO
57. Bikini top : BRA
58. "Hooray!" : RAH
59. Musician Brian : ENO

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