New York Times, Saturday, September 11, 1999

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 109 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. 1960's TV western star : LEEJCOBB
9. Chemical extracts : EDUCTS
15. Fugitive pursuer : INTERPOL
16. Noted love poem of 1831 : LENORE
17. Gentle air : NOCTURNE
18. Major bore : YAWNER
19. Self-deprecating utterance : DUH
20. Rocks : DAZES
22. Kind of pitch : FEVER
23. Many a moon : AGES
25. "Hawaii Five-O" extra : HODAD
27. "The Art of Beauty" author Montez : LOLA
28. 4,000-year-old Chinese dynasty : HSIA
30. Nut case? : TOOLKIT
32. Defense advisory grp. : NSC
34. Talks : JAWS
35. Lansing-to-Flint dir. : ENE
36. Two-faced person? : JEKYLLANDHYDE
40. Lever Bros. brand : LUX
41. Half of a griffin : LION
42. Passing word? : YEA
43. Nonhuman part of a cyborg : IMPLANT
45. MCMLVII and others : ANNI
48. "...baked in ___" : APIE
49. 1955 Physics Nobelist : KUSCH
53. Insolence : GUFF
55. Funk of Funk & Wagnalls : ISAAC
57. Bar : SHOAL
59. Workers' grp. founded 1886 : AFL
60. Poor : SUBPAR
62. Condition sometimes treated by hypnosis : INSOMNIA
64. ___ Collins, first woman to command a space shuttle : EILEEN
65. Hectic existences : RATRACES
66. Skeleton parts : STERNA
67. Reflex : KNEEJERK
1. 1963 Jan and Dean hit : LINDA
2. "Stop it!" : ENOUGH
3. Delineates : ETCHES
4. Whirlpool feature : JET
5. Muck : CRUD
6. Big name in book clubs : OPRAH
7. Early Reagan associate : BONZO
8. Run : BLEED
9. England's Isle of ___ : ELY
10. Ones who sign, with "the" : DEAF
11. Indisposed : UNWELL
12. Called : CONVOKED
13. Where the top begins to get bare : TREELINE
14. Notched : SERRATE
21. One leading to temptation? : SATAN
24. Descend : SINK
26. Old-fashioned : DOWDY
29. Retreats : ASYLA
31. Comic actress Tessie : OSHEA
33. Sound from a toaster? : CLINK
34. Calendar abbr. : JAN
36. Casual garment : JUMPSUIT
37. Subject to recompense, as a crime : EXPIABLE
38. ___-eater : LOTUS
39. Positive principle : YANG
40. Makes connections : LIAISES
44. One making rebounds : LEAPER
46. Subtlety : NUANCE
47. Less settled : IFFIER
50. Goldbrick : SHIRK
51. Literary middle name : CONAN
52. Oversight cause, maybe : HASTE
54. Rounded vessel : FLASK
56. City retaken by the Allies, July 9, 1944 : CAEN
58. Tales and such : LORE
61. Some strands : RNA
63. Kind of scale: Abbr. : MAJ

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