New York Times, Monday, June 7, 1999

Author: Robert O. Dillman
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert Dillman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 16 for Mr. Dillman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Duelist's steps : PACES
6. Rogue : SCAMP
11. Likely : APT
14. Run off to get hitched : ELOPE
15. Peace, Justice and Order, in Greek myth : HORAE
16. What to call a sergeant : SIR
17. Come-on to those who are broke : NOMONEYDOWN
19. Word before "I told you so!" : SEE
20. Spring or summer : SEASON
21. Ore testers : ASSAYERS
23. Stir up : ROUSE
25. Windborne deposit : LOESS
26. Move backward : REGRESS
30. Flabbergast : STUN
31. "Don't get any funny ___!" : IDEAS
32. Article in Harper's or The Atlantic : ESSAY
35. Dunce : OAF
38. Mention : CITE
39. Whimsically humorous : DROLL
40. A check, one might hope: Abbr. : ENCL
41. W.W. II inits. : ETO
42. Bridal path : AISLE
43. The "U" of UHF : ULTRA
44. "Blue" or "White" river : NILE
46. Animate : ENLIVEN
48. Rocket type : AGENA
50. ___ Park, Colo. : ESTES
52. Seine's south side : LEFTBANK
54. Like some controversial plants : ATOMIC
59. Saloon : BAR
60. Come-on to those who are patient : AFTERREBATE
62. Prior to, in old times : ERE
63. "The Godfather" author Puzo : MARIO
64. With whom Juliet 14-Acrossed : ROMEO
65. WNW's reverse : ESE
66. "___ we all?" : ARENT
67. Chicago's ___ Tower : SEARS
1. Writes : PENS
2. Lotion ingredient : ALOE
3. 1978 movie thriller : COMA
4. Poetry studied in Greek class : EPOS
5. Men, in La Mancha : SENORES
6. Not bold : SHY
7. Musical endings : CODAS
8. Stood up : AROSE
9. Gaping mouths : MAWS
10. Result of an infraction : PENALTY
11. Come-on to couch potatoes : ASSEENONTV
12. Where ships come in : PIERS
13. Lock of hair : TRESS
18. 1940's Cardinal ___ Slaughter : ENOS
22. Who's solving this puzzle : YOU
24. Consumers : USERS
26. Serving with sushi : RICE
27. Rephrase : EDIT
28. End of a come-on to bargain hunters : GETONEFREE
29. "Norma ___" : RAE
30. Mule of song : SAL
33. The Sun : SOL
34. Ugly winter forecast : SLEET
36. Land unit : ACRE
37. Spanish dessert : FLAN
39. Go kaput : DIE
40. ___ Lilly and Co. : ELI
42. Namath's alma mater : ALABAMA
43. Heavy coats : ULSTERS
45. Lender's income: Abbr. : INT
47. Within view : NEAR
48. Pulitzer winner for "Seascape" : ALBEE
49. They may be shifted or stripped : GEARS
50. ___ nous : ENTRE
51. Tangle : SKEIN
53. At a distance : AFAR
55. Double reed : OBOE
56. Doll's cry : MAMA
57. Roman route : ITER
58. Corp. heads : CEOS
61. Nonsense : ROT

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