New York Times, Thursday, July 3, 1997

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: {X} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Behind : AFT
4. Group overseeing Fed. property : GSA
7. Playboy Hugh, familiarly : HEF
10. Rooked : HAD
13. Working together, with "in" : CAHOOTS
15. One reason to do something crazy : ONADARE
17. Sharp : ACERBIC
18. Plain : GENERIC
19. Ask peremptorily : DEMAND
20. Night temps, usually : LOWS
22. Nintendo's The Legend of ___ : ZELDA
23. "Are you game?" : WANTTO
25. Partner of Warner : TIME
26. Masters : SAHIBS
28. "Dianetics" author ___ Hubbard : LRON
30. Math finale : QED
33. Hotelier Helmsley : LEONA
34. Prior to, old-style : AFORE
35. Altdorf is its capital : URI
36. Some relics : URNS
37. 1995 Robin Williams movie : JUMANJI
38. Lightly cooked : PINK
39. Germanic negative : NIE
40. Bluegrass player : BANJO
41. "L.A. Law" lawyer : ARNIE
42. "The Tonight Show" nickname : KEV
43. Former U.S. poet laureate ___ Dove : RITA
44. European shipping units : STERES
45. First name in stunts : EVEL
47. Shoddy : CHEAPO
49. It shows the way : ARROW
51. Similar : AKIN
52. Katharine's role in "Adam's Rib" : AMANDA
55. Wild : LAWLESS
57. Intelligent : LOGICAL
59. Trapped : UPATREE
60. Poseidon's prop : TRIDENT
61. Atlas abbr. : MTS
62. Passing need? : YEA
63. Start to collapse : SAG
64. Popular music variety : SKA
1. Boarding sch. : ACAD
2. Come to grips with : FACE
3. Classic 1956 spy film : THEMANWHONEVERWAS
4. Chunk : GOB
5. Artificial legs : STILTS
6. It may be secured with a pin : ASCOT
7. Monopolizes : HOGS
8. Compass reading : ENE
9. Amateur newsletter : FANZINE
10. Popular light reading : HARLEQUINROMANCES
11. Parched : ARID
12. Numerical prefix : DECA
14. Predestines : ORDAINS
16. Consider : DEEM
21. Big name in radio, once : WOLFMANJACK
24. Spring playoffs org. : NBA
25. Geometrical solids : TORI
26. Hardly strutted : SLUNK
27. Eagle's home : AERIE
29. Color of a Baja sunset : ROJO
31. "Sesame Street" regular : ERNIE
32. Big blockers : DIKES
34. West End classic "Charley's ___" : AUNT
37. Clink : JAIL
38. Like magazine subscriptions : PREPAID
40. Buds are produced in this : BREWERY
41. "Now ___ theater near you!" : ATA
44. Lady abroad : SENORA
46. It's shocking! : VOLT
48. Handles : HILTS
49. Reuniongoer : ALUM
50. Awestruck : RAPT
51. Toward water : ASEA
53. Cellarlike : DANK
54. Canadian prov. : ALTA
56. Figure out : SEE
58. Musician's booking : GIG

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