New York Times, Thursday, August 27, 1998

Author: Henry Hook
Editor: Will Shortz
Henry Hook
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 42 Missing: {Z} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 37 for Mr. Hook. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Redcap's burden : BAGS
5. No Westminster contender : MUTT
9. Kind of tide : NEAP
13. Condominium, e.g. : UNIT
14. "___, of golden daffodils": Wordsworth : AHOST
16. Plead for : URGE
17. Prefix with marketing : TELE
18. Author Lofts : NORAH
19. Exactly : TOAT
20. Ad line #1 : WAITTHERESMORE
23. "...fish ___ fowl" : NOR
24. Caviar, once : ROE
25. Ad line #2 : MAKESAGREATGIFT
34. Boston Tea Party V.I.P. : ADAMS
35. Parts of cloverleafs : RAMPS
36. Margery of nursery rhymedom : DAW
37. Jam ingredient? : CAR
38. Fussbudget : BIDDY
39. VIII septupled : LVI
40. ___ roll : ONA
41. One who makes dreams come true : GENIE
42. Stringent : STERN
44. Ad line #3 : NOTSOLDINSTORES
47. Every last iota : ALL
48. Canal site : EAR
49. Ad line #4 : ANDIFYOUACTNOW
57. Boggy area, for short : QUAG
58. Remark heard at quitting time? : UNCLE
59. Warrior of legend : AJAX
61. Loosen : UNDO
62. Served as gondolier : POLED
63. Limp watch painter : DALI
64. Org. : ASSN
65. Battle the clock : RACE
66. Portraitist's medium : OILS
1. Word preceding 20-Across : BUT
2. From square one : ANEW
3. Colorado feeder : GILA
4. Ms. founder : STEINEM
5. You can say that again! : MANTRA
6. "Oops!" : UHOH
7. Ignored the speed limit : TORE
8. Autocrat : TSAR
9. Eggnog enhancement : NUTMEG
10. Slangy suffix : EROO
11. 1934 Pulitzer winner Herbert : AGAR
12. St. ___ (vacation spot) : PETE
15. It could be a group effort : THERAPY
21. Turn's partner : TOSS
22. Boozers : SOTS
25. Georgia city not in its namesake county : MACON
26. Town in a 1944 novel : ADANO
27. Fort Knox unit : KARAT
28. The old nine-to-five : GRIND
29. Spoke more than once? : RADII
30. Saxony seaport : EMDEN
31. Goldbrick : IDLER
32. Star QB of Super Bowl XXXI : FAVRE
33. Doublemint figures : TWINS
38. Bankrupt : BELLYUP
41. "A good walk spoiled," said Twain : GOLF
42. P.D.Q., on "ER" : STAT
43. Transport to Oz : TORNADO
45. Broadway setting since 4/11/91 : SAIGON
46. Become an ex-member : SECEDE
49. Blue hue : AQUA
50. "The Sound of Music" extras : NUNS
51. Root beer brand : DADS
52. ___ about (roughly) : ONOR
53. Where Bill Walton played : UCLA
54. One of the Baldwins : ALEC
55. Santa Barbara suburb : OJAI
56. The Great ___ : WALL
60. Omicrons' predecessors : XIS

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