New York Times, Tuesday, June 17, 2003

Author: Susan Harrington Smith
Editor: Will Shortz
Susan Harrington Smith
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 82, Blocks: 40 Missing: {FJKQXZ} This is puzzle # 9 for Ms. Smith. NYT links: Across Lite

Notepad: Sixteen answers in this puzzle have something unusual in common. What is it?
JimH notes: 16 answers rhyme: GOOEY, PTUI, DEWEY, CHEWY, LOUIS, SUEY, BUOY, etc.
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1. Pequod captain : AHAB
5. Immense : VAST
9. Footnote abbr. : IBID
13. End of many 60's dance club names : AGOGO
14. Cupid : AMOR
15. Bridge site : NOSE
16. Sticky : GOOEY
17. Disgusted response : PTUI
18. Did horribly on, as a test : BLEW
19. "You ___ here" : ARE
20. French yeses : OUIS
22. "Nerts!" : PHOOEY
24. Lazy one, slangily : LAYABED
26. Make unclear : BLUR
27. Trifle (with) : TOY
28. Chinese drink : GREENTEA
32. 1948 also-ran : DEWEY
35. Talks raucously : BLATS
36. Mound builder : ANT
37. Plaintive woodwind : OBOE
38. One of 18 French kings : LOUIS
39. Good name for a Dalmatian : SPOT
40. Place for a plug : EAR
41. Courted : WOOED
42. Like saltwater taffy : CHEWY
43. Orchestral performance : SYMPHONY
45. Any ship : SHE
46. Frenchman Descartes : RENE
47. Hamilton and Burr did it : DUELLED
51. Cuckoo : SCREWY
54. Seethe : BOIL
55. Eggs : OVA
56. 1997 title role for Peter Fonda : ULEE
57. Hazard warning : BUOY
59. Farm call : SOOEY
61. Welsh form of John : EVAN
62. Hero : IDOL
63. Moran and Brockovich : ERINS
64. Puppy sounds : YIPS
65. Slangy denial : NOPE
66. "Not on ___!" : ABET
1. Ancient market : AGORA
2. Nonsense : HOOEY
3. ID info : AGE
4. "Hot-diggity-dog!" : BOYOBOY
5. Flavorless : VAPID
6. Quantities: Abbr. : AMTS
7. Exemplar of little worth : SOU
8. Delivery room surprise? : TRIPLETS
9. Natural : INBORN
10. ___ tie : BOLO
11. "Ah, yes" : ISEE
12. Like a lawn at dawn : DEWY
13. 1946 hit "___ in Calico" : AGAL
21. 180° turn, slangily : UEY
23. Tints : HUES
25. To ___ (exactly) : ATEE
26. Pigtail, e.g. : BRAID
28. Causing to stick : GLUEY
29. Item for a D.J. : TAPE
30. Sufficient, once : ENOW
31. Lawyer: Abbr. : ATTY
32. Executes : DOES
33. Web auction site : EBAY
34. Bird's find : WORM
35. Pat or Daniel : BOONE
38. Place of wildness, informally : LOONYBIN
39. Author Silverstein : SHEL
41. "Thank heaven that's over!" : WHEW
42. Onetime White House daughter : CHELSEA
44. Primps : PREENS
45. ___ generis : SUI
47. Last name in mysteries : DOYLE
48. Sarge's superior : LOOIE
49. Happening : EVENT
50. During working hours : DAYS
51. Chop ___ : SUEY
52. Ovid's 156 : CLVI
53. Bring in the sheaves : REAP
54. Betty ___ : BOOP
58. Japanese vegetable : UDO
60. Sphere : ORB

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