New York Times, Monday, June 30, 1997

Author: Peter Gordon
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter Gordon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JX} This is puzzle # 21 for Mr. Gordon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Throat-clearing sound : AHEM
5. Fencing weapon : SWORD
10. Actress Rowlands : GENA
14. Exploding star : NOVA
15. Singer Page : PATTI
16. Fairy tale's second word : UPON
17. St. Paul and Minneapolis : TWINCITIES
19. Require : NEED
20. Comedians Bob and Chris : ELLIOTTS
21. In a wise manner : SAGELY
23. Lawyer's charge : FEE
24. "Gee!" : GOSH
25. Sweatshirt part, perhaps : HOOD
27. Flush beater : FULLHOUSE
32. Writer Bellow and others : SAULS
33. Place for a pimento : OLIVE
34. Not the swiftest horse : NAG
35. Posterior : HIND
36. "Death Be Not Proud" poet : DONNE
37. Opera star : DIVA
38. Dog breeder's org. : AKC
39. Imply : GETAT
40. Doled (out) : METED
41. Leaders of hives : QUEENBEES
43. Like some tea : ICED
44. Praise : LAUD
45. Santa ___, Calif. : ANA
46. Refuse to acknowledge responsibility for : DISOWN
49. Post-marathon feeling : SORENESS
54. Quickly, in memos : ASAP
55. Southern crop, from an economic standpoint : KINGCOTTON
57. Writer Grey : ZANE
58. Writer Zola : EMILE
59. Humorist Bombeck : ERMA
60. Got a good look at : EYED
61. Saw socially : DATED
62. Profound : DEEP
1. Pot starter : ANTE
2. Loud laugh : HOWL
3. More than devilish : EVIL
4. Part of a car's exhaust system : MANIFOLD
5. Malice : SPITE
6. Light bulb unit : WATT
7. Elevator inventor : OTIS
8. Road map abbr. : RTE
9. Liquefy : DISSOLVE
10. Very enthusiastic : GUNGHO
11. Fencing weapon : EPEE
12. Christmas song : NOEL
13. Raggedy Ann's friend : ANDY
18. Some college students : COEDS
22. Tennis great Arthur : ASHE
24. Quick flashes of light : GLINTS
25. 17-syllable poem : HAIKU
26. Precious metal unit of weight : OUNCE
27. Paid, as a bill : FOOTED
28. Arm bones : ULNAE
29. Come together : UNITE
30. Backed up on disk : SAVED
31. "Holy cow!" : EGAD
32. The N.B.A.'s O'Neal, familiarly : SHAQ
36. Exposed as false : DEBUNKED
37. Poured wine into another container : DECANTED
39. Chew : GNAW
40. Actor Sal : MINEO
42. Ran for one's wife? : ELOPED
45. Moved like a shooting star : ARCED
46. Stun : DAZE
47. British exclamation : ISAY
48. Having all one's marbles : SANE
49. Tizzy : SNIT
50. Leer at : OGLE
51. To be, in Bordeaux : ETRE
52. Not all : SOME
53. Jacket fastener : SNAP
56. The Monkees' "___ Believer" : IMA

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