New York Times, Monday, September 15, 1997

Author: Stephanie Spadaccini
Editor: Will Shortz
Stephanie Spadaccini
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 31 for Ms. Spadaccini. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Amo, ___, amat (Latin practice) : AMAS
5. College prep exam : PSAT
9. Thin and bony : GAUNT
14. Singer-actress Lorna : LUFT
15. "Picnic" playwright : INGE
16. Daddy Warbucks's little girl : ANNIE
17. Prefix with phobia : ACRO
18. Years and years : EONS
19. Get together : UNITE
20. Demonstrate affection like a plumber? : SHOWERWITHLOVE
23. Saharalike : DRY
24. ___ Khan (ex of Rita Hayworth) : ALY
25. Place to park a car : GARAGE
29. French cheese : BRIE
31. Krazy ___ of the comics : KAT
34. "Tiny" Albee character : ALICE
35. Tugboat sound : TOOT
36. Prefix with dynamic : AERO
37. What a plumber says to noisy kids? : PIPEDOWNWILLYOU
40. Days before big events : EVES
41. Bands' bookings : GIGS
42. Preferred invitees : ALIST
43. TV room : DEN
44. Therefore : ERGO
45. Vertebral columns : SPINES
46. Exploit : USE
47. Gloomy guy : GUS
48. Declines, as a plumber? : SINKSTOANEWLOW
56. Where Leonardo was born : VINCI
57. Oklahoma city : ENID
58. Atmosphere : AURA
59. Part of the pelvis : ILIUM
60. Sicilian blower : ETNA
61. Ribald : RACY
62. "E pluribus unum," e.g. : MOTTO
63. Like a busybody : NOSY
64. Dummies' replies : DUHS
1. "Woe is me!" : ALAS
2. Lots of : MUCH
3. 60's hairdo : AFRO
4. Put away : STOW
5. South Dakota's capital : PIERRE
6. Very white : SNOWY
7. Lambs: Lat. : AGNI
8. Experiment : TEST
9. Charles de ___ : GAULLE
10. Bother : ANNOY
11. Purdue, e.g.: Abbr. : UNIV
12. Evening, informally : NITE
13. Golfer's gadget : TEE
21. Made a border : EDGED
22. Port-au-Prince's land : HAITI
25. Stared openly : GAPED
26. Breathing : ALIVE
27. Get ready to be picked : RIPEN
28. One-spots : ACES
29. Beatnik's drum : BONGO
30. Paddles : ROWS
31. Enter, as computer data : KEYIN
32. Got up : AROSE
33. Praises loudly : TOUTS
35. Branch offshoot : TWIG
36. "___ Wanna Do" (Sheryl Crow hit) : ALLI
38. Monsters : OGRES
39. Run out, as a subscription : LAPSE
44. Igloo dweller : ESKIMO
45. Half a weekend : SUNDAY
46. Not abridged : UNCUT
47. Procures : GAINS
48. Where fodder is stored : SILO
49. Monogram unit: Abbr. : INIT
50. High schooler : TEEN
51. "I'm ___ you!" : ONTO
52. Voting district : WARD
53. Meal on Maui : LUAU
54. Mezz. alternative : ORCH
55. Paths : WAYS
56. Energy : VIM

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