New York Times, Thursday, June 19, 1997

Author: Patrick Jordan
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Jordan
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Jordan. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Deep-six : SCRAP
6. "I Ain't Marching Anymore" singer : OCHS
10. Exult (over) : CROW
14. Puppeteer Lewis : SHARI
15. Versifier : POET
16. Hearty companion : HALE
17. Golden Horde member : TATAR
18. It begins "In the first year of Cyrus king of Persia..." : EZRA
19. "O patria mia" singer : AIDA
20. General description of a 26-, 46- or 53-Across : FANCYDRESSER
23. "___! Come back!" (1953 movie line) : SHANE
25. Diner : EATERY
26. See 20-Across : CLOTHESHORSE
30. Come apart : RIP
31. Promo pro : ADMAN
32. "Have a good time!" : ENJOY
36. Like good burgundy : AGED
38. Trig ratios : SINES
40. Gilbert of "Roseanne" : SARA
41. Catalogue illustration : MODEL
43. Carries : TOTES
45. Sidekick : PAL
46. See 20-Across : FASHIONPLATE
49. Pitch tents : ENCAMP
52. Le Quai des Tuileries adjoins it : SEINE
53. See 20-Across : BEAUBRUMMELL
57. Dark forces : EVIL
58. Promise, e.g. : OLEO
59. Extreme : ULTRA
63. It may be due on a duplex : RENT
64. Part of CPU : UNIT
65. Some athletic shoes : NIKES
66. It precedes quatro, in Rio : TRES
67. Raspberry ___ : TART
68. Certain retirement plan : KEOGH
1. 747 alternative : SST
2. Part of a repeated dance movement : CHA
3. Deserter : RAT
4. 1994 Peace Nobelist : ARAFAT
5. It might bite the hand that feeds it : PIRANHA
6. Trade grp. since 9/14/60 : OPEC
7. Homey : COZY
8. What a drover drives : HERD
9. Rude one : STARER
10. Jumps on : CHASTENS
11. More chips for the pot : RAISE
12. Born earlier (than) : OLDER
13. Pooped : WEARY
21. Base negotiating amounts : NEEDS
22. Slip (into) : EASE
23. Irish county : SLIGO
24. Crossed one's fingers : HOPED
26. Stuff : CRAM
27. Farrier, e.g. : SMITH
28. Tonkin delta city : HANOI
29. "You're ___ talk!" : ONETO
33. 40's foe : JAPAN
34. Spiel : ORATE
35. Brown alternative : YALE
37. Bankers' woes : DEFAULTS
39. "Get" : SENSE
42. Naive one : LAMB
44. Explore caves : SPELUNK
47. Little one : SPROUT
48. Actress Langtry : LILLIE
49. First president of the German republic, 1919 : EBERT
50. "When pigs fly!" : NEVER
51. Queeg's minesweeper : CAINE
54. Skeletal unit : ULNA
55. Former Israeli P.M. : MEIR
56. Street in New York's Chinatown : MOTT
60. W.B.A. decision : TKO
61. Coffee order: Abbr. : REG
62. Mountain ___ : ASH

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