New York Times, Tuesday, July 8, 1997

Author: Stephanie Spadaccini
Editor: Will Shortz
Stephanie Spadaccini
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 29 for Ms. Spadaccini. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Woe is me!" : ALAS
5. A wanted man, maybe : AWOL
9. Miss in the comics : PEACH
14. ___ Le Pew : PEPE
15. Oldsmobile, e.g. : MAKE
16. Sound during hay fever season : ACHOO
17. 47-stringed instrument : HARP
18. Flair : ELAN
19. "Jurassic Park" sound : CLOMP
20. Parental advice, part 1 : IVETOLDYOUMAYBE
23. ___ Moines : DES
24. "O Sole ___" : MIO
25. Antislavery leader Turner : NAT
26. Call to Bo-peep : BAA
27. Once more, country-style : AGIN
29. Name : DUB
32. See-through wrap : SARAN
35. Scandinavian capital : OSLO
36. "The Official Preppy Handbook" author Birnbach : LISA
37. Advice, part 2 : TWOMILLIONTIMES
40. ___ Major : URSA
41. Economist Smith : ADAM
42. Listens to : HEEDS
43. "See ya!" : BYE
44. Utopia : EDEN
45. Served with a meal : FED
46. Choice of sizes: Abbr. : SML
47. Not their : OUR
48. Twaddle : PAP
51. End of the advice : NOTTOEXAGGERATE
57. "Silas Marner" author : ELIOT
58. Derby distance, maybe : MILE
59. Small field : ACRE
60. Training group : CADRE
61. "Zip-___-Doo-Dah" : ADEE
62. Wedding wear : VEIL
63. Injured sneakily : KNEED
64. Back talk : SASS
65. Mesozoic and others : ERAS
1. Garden pest : APHID
2. What all partygoers eventually take : LEAVE
3. After, in Avignon : APRES
4. Fall mo. : SEPT
5. Flier Earhart : AMELIA
6. "Where's ___?" : WALDO
7. "Sure, why not?" : OKAY
8. Letterman rival : LENO
9. Hit game of 1980 : PACMAN
10. Showy display : ECLAT
11. Call to a mate : AHOY
12. Search, as a beach : COMB
13. Long (for) : HOPE
21. Mideasterner : OMANI
22. Merger : UNION
26. Where Bear Bryant coached, informally : BAMA
27. Oriental : ASIAN
28. Grab (onto) : GLOM
29. ___-a-minute (call rate) : DIME
30. Previously owned : USED
31. Chorale part : BASS
32. The short end : STUB
33. Wrong : AWRY
34. Floral gift : ROSE
35. Ye ___ Tea Shoppe : OLDE
36. Told a whopper : LIED
38. Soup scoop : LADLE
39. "Ta-da!" : THERE
44. Hammed it up : EMOTED
45. 90's group with the hit "Killing Me Softly," with "the" : FUGEES
46. Boutique : STORE
47. Looks at boldly : OGLES
48. Track car : PACER
49. Open-air rooms : ATRIA
50. Skins : PEELS
51. Isthmus : NECK
52. Pearl Buck heroine : OLAN
53. Coastal flooding factor : TIDE
54. Holiday season, for short : XMAS
55. Verdi heroine : AIDA
56. 90's party : RAVE

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