New York Times, Wednesday, July 15, 1998

Author: Randall J. Hartman
Editor: Will Shortz
Randall J. Hartman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 37 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 23 for Mr. Hartman. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Stamp apparatus : INKER
6. Macbeth, for one : THANE
11. Grp. concerned with genealogy : DAR
14. Fencing action : LUNGE
15. Mirage, maybe : OASIS
16. Do, so to speak : APE
17. Maces? : KNIGHTCLUBS
19. How most goods must be ordered by mail: Abbr. : PPD
20. Ivan and Nicholas : TSARS
21. Tom Jones's love, in "Tom Jones" : SOPHIA
23. Milk dispenser : COW
25. Grayish-tan : BEIGE
28. ___ empty stomach : ONAN
29. Saharan : ARID
31. Be an A-one scout? : KNOWTALENT
34. Doles (out) : METES
36. What turns 19 into 21? : DEUCE
37. Office messages : POSTITS
40. Kind of shock : STICKER
44. Spain's Princess ___ : ELENA
46. "The Divine Comedy" poet : DANTE
47. Patrick Ewing and Walt Frazier? : KNICKNAMES
52. Animated character : TOON
53. Clara, e.g., on "Bewitched" : AUNT
54. Linguini, for instance : PASTA
56. It does blowups : TNT
57. Some guitars : BASSES
60. Feature of many letters : SERIF
62. Latish lunchtime : ONE
63. Toured Great Britain extensively? : KNEWENGLAND
68. When Thanksgiving is celebrated in Can. : OCT
69. Taken for granted : GIVEN
70. Wickerwork twig : OSIER
71. Parisian possessive : MES
72. Ohio, e.g. : STATE
73. Belated : TARDY
1. Type : ILK
2. Resident of St. Mary's : NUN
3. Clever seamstresses? : KNITWITS
4. ___ Benedict : EGGS
5. "Get clean" program : REHAB
6. Alarm : TOCSIN
7. "2001" computer : HAL
8. Tempe sch. : ASU
9. Penpoints : NIBS
10. Classic gas brand : ESSO
11. Nymph loved by Apollo : DAPHNE
12. Ancient Rome's ___ Way : APPIAN
13. Household pest : REDANT
18. Schlepp : TREK
22. Skunk : POLECAT
23. ___ David : CAMP
24. Nabisco treat : OREO
26. Word on all U.S. coins : GOD
27. Flock members : EWES
30. Picks up : DETECTS
32. Egyptian boy king : TUT
33. LSD : ACID
35. Lingerie material : SILK
38. Gymnast's goal : TEN
39. Fastener : SNAP
41. Rope-tying exhibition? : KNOTFAIR
42. Harrow's rival : ETON
43. Monthly check : RENT
45. Dr.'s org. : AMA
47. Bomb sound : KABOOM
48. Subtlety : NUANCE
49. Map features : INSETS
50. Ancient Palestinian : ESSENE
51. Submachine gun : STEN
55. Lingo : ARGOT
58. E.R. helps : EKGS
59. Tiff : SNIT
61. Ingrid's role in "Casablanca" : ILSA
64. Perón of Argentina : EVA
65. Like April weather : WET
66. Nancy Drew's boyfriend : NED
67. Not like April weather : DRY

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