New York Times, Wednesday, June 30, 1999

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {BQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 88 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Lad's sweetheart : LASS
5. Saturate : SOAK
9. Refrain from farming? : EIEIO
14. Twice tetra- : OCTA
15. As soon as : ONCE
16. Bout time : ROUND
17. With 28-Across, a patriotic opening : WHENINTHECOURSE
20. Studied, with "over" : PORED
21. Ballyhoos : HYPES
22. Tiebreakers, briefly : OTS
23. Break ground? : HOE
24. Add years to one's life : AGE
26. God of war and poetry : ODIN
28. See 17-Across : OFHUMANEVENTS
34. Kansas City athlete : ROYAL
35. Superfluous : EXTRA
36. "The Secret Life of Salvador ___" : DALI
39. Paroxysm : SPASM
42. Warm up : THAW
43. Put in order : ALIGN
45. Riding horse : MOUNT
47. With 63-Across, a patriotic opening : WETHEPEOPLEOF
51. Began, with "off" : TEED
52. Most preferred : PET
53. British rule in India : RAJ
56. S.A.T. company : ETS
59. Get-up-and-go : DRIVE
61. Dropped a line : WROTE
63. See 47-Across : THEUNITEDSTATES
66. Loony : NUTSO
67. Obligation, in court : ONUS
68. "Now hear ___!" : THIS
69. Money in the bank, say : ASSET
70. Ready for plucking : RIPE
71. "...auld lang ___" : SYNE
1. Acid test finding : LOWPH
2. Sound of spring, for some : ACHOO
3. Approaching from two directions : STEREO
4. Balanced : SANE
5. "Favorite" person : SON
6. Publicly known : ONTHEMAP
7. Sore : ACHY
8. Continue : KEEPON
9. Like rushing water : EROSIVE
10. Chit in a pot : IOU
11. Continental currency : EURO
12. Research facil. : INST
13. Ceremonious poetry : ODES
18. Where a person uses an ID to get mail? : IDAHO
19. Give up : CEDE
25. Dolls' friends : GUYS
27. Neighboring : NEXTTO
29. Halloween reaction : FRIGHT
30. Last stand for Travis and Bowie : ALAMO
31. Utmost degree : NTH
32. La-la preceder : TRA
33. Got an eyeful : SAW
36. Margery of children's rhyme : DAW
37. Hearty brew : ALE
38. Torched : LIT
40. Collected, as gravy : SOPPEDUP
41. Stubborn sort : MULE
44. Is unobliged to : NEEDNOT
46. Cereal box stat. : NETWT
48. "Frasier" actress Gilpin : PERI
49. Postproduction worker : EDITOR
50. Effervescent : FROTHY
54. Had a home-cooked meal : ATEIN
55. Gov. Ventura of Minnesota : JESSE
56. Sicilian spouter : ETNA
57. So : THUS
58. Salon offerings : SETS
60. "___, vidi, vici" : VENI
62. Charlie Brown exclamation : RATS
64. "Oh, what's the ___?" : USE
65. Atlanta-to-Miami dir. : SSE

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