New York Times, Tuesday, July 1, 1997

Author: Fred Piscop
Editor: Will Shortz
Fred Piscop
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {VXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 32 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. The Hatfields or the McCoys : CLAN
5. Trip to Mecca : HADJ
9. Quench : SLAKE
14. Any one of three English rivers : OUSE
15. "Summertime," e.g., in "Porgy and Bess" : ARIA
16. Jazzman's cue : HITIT
17. Woolen wear : CASHMERESWEATER
20. Bizarre : OUTRE
21. Small ball : SPHERULE
22. Makes certain : ASSURES
25. Long, long time : EON
26. Toyota model : SUPRA
28. Govt. agent : TMAN
32. Fortify, as a town : EMBATTLE
37. Brit's reply in agreement : QUITE
38. Spot in a supermarket : CHECKOUTCOUNTER
41. Cowboys' entertainment : RODEO
42. Said again : REPEATED
43. Not new : USED
44. Scold : CHIDE
46. Court : WOO
47. Riddles : ENIGMAS
53. Names : APPOINTS
58. A lot of Shakespeare's writing : DRAMA
59. Ambassador's stand-in : CHARGEDAFFAIRES
62. You can dig it : DITCH
63. Island near Kauai : OAHU
64. Touches lightly, as with a hanky : DABS
65. Soccer shoe : CLEAT
66. Ending with cable or candy : GRAM
67. Command to Fido : STAY
1. Drink served with marshmallows : COCOA
2. Hawaiian feasts : LUAUS
3. Aides-de-camp: Abbr. : ASSTS
4. India's first P.M. : NEHRU
5. "Scots Wha ___" (Burns poem) : HAE
6. Sheet music abbr. : ARR
7. Goes kaput : DIES
8. Quartz variety : JASPER
9. Oft-televised bishop : SHEEN
10. Polygraph flunker : LIAR
11. Westernmost Aleutian : ATTU
12. Canal to the Baltic : KIEL
13. Raison d'___ : ETRE
18. Debussy's "La ___" : MER
19. Rider's "Stop!" : WHOA
23. "What's this, Pedro?" : ESTO
24. "Star Trek" helmsman : SULU
27. Kind of lab dish : PETRI
28. Melt ingredient : TUNA
29. Catcher's catcher : MITT
30. Suit to ___ : ATEE
31. Taped eyeglasses wearer : NERD
32. Very light brown : ECRU
33. Conductance units : MHOS
34. "Venerable" English writer : BEDE
35. Passed with flying colors : ACED
36. Bout outcome, in brief : TKO
37. "___ Sera, Sera" : QUE
39. Give up : CEDE
40. Begin bidding : OPEN
44. Baskin-Robbins purchase : CONE
45. Show off on the slopes : HOTDOG
46. Isle of ___ : WIGHT
48. Sweet-as-apple-cider girl : IDA
49. Diagrams : GRIDS
50. French Revolution figure Jean Paul : MARAT
51. Microscopic creature : AMEBA
52. Giving a little lip : SASSY
53. Electrical letters : ACDC
54. Sen. Gramm : PHIL
55. Noggin : PATE
56. Killer whale : ORCA
57. Coal-rich European region : SAAR
60. Home-financing org. : FHA
61. "Fe fi fo ___!" : FUM

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