New York Times, Thursday, September 16, 1999

Author: Bill Ballard
Editor: Will Shortz
Bill Ballard
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Ballard. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Sleeper's woe : APNEA
6. Cyrillic alphabet user : SERB
10. Hunky-dory : AOK
13. Rundown area : GHETTO
15. Fiber-yielding plant : ALOE
16. Year in Nero's reign : LVI
17. Corn and squash at a roadside farm stand? : ROUTEVEGETABLES
20. Pollen producer : STAMEN
21. Presidents, at times : VETOERS
22. Y.M.C.A. class : CPR
23. Norton Sound port : NOME
25. Eye rakishly : OGLE
26. Tyler and Taylor, for two : WHIGS
29. Like some Mass parts : SUNG
31. Custodian's collection : KEYS
32. "Bus Stop" star, 1956 : MONROE
34. Stiff-upper-lip type : STOIC
36. Prize-winning students of traffic patterns? : ROADSSCHOLARS
40. Like most horoscopes : NATAL
41. Make potable, in a way : DESALT
43. It may be revolving or sinking : FUND
46. Yellow spread : OLEO
48. Cervantes title : SENOR
49. Libido : EROS
50. "The jig ___!" : ISUP
52. Go a-courting? : SUE
53. Trunk part : ABDOMEN
56. Ram's or bull's place : ZODIAC
59. Kings who dropped from the heavens? : RAININGMONARCHS
62. Abbr. at the bottom of a business letter : ENC
63. Cinematographer Nykvist : SVEN
64. Twister : SNAKER
65. Low mark : DEE
66. Apprentice : TYRO
67. Painter's plaster : GESSO
1. Cabinet Dept. : AGR
2. Computer screen coating : PHOSPHOR
3. Particle name coined by Enrico Fermi : NEUTRINO
4. Female name ending : ETTA
5. "Up and ___!" : ATEM
6. Have a swayback : SAG
7. Amendment construing judicial powers : ELEVENTH
8. Some learning : ROTE
9. Kerouac, e.g. : BEAT
10. Claim : ALLEGE
11. Too : OVERLY
12. Some chocolates : KISSES
14. Dutch ___ : OVEN
18. Son of Seth : ENOS
19. Atlas's locale : BOOKCASE
22. Welsh valley : CWM
24. Hamstrings and others : MUSCLES
27. III : GRANDSON
28. Kind of water : SODA
30. Philanthropy : GOOD
33. ___ perpetua (Idaho's motto) : ESTO
35. St. Pierre et Miquelon : ILES
37. Caulfield's creator : SALINGER
38. Turns inside out : RANSACKS
39. Is in a slump? : SLOUCHES
42. Cremona crowd? : TRE
43. Like ogres : FEARED
44. Suave : URBANE
45. "Fuhgeddaboudit!" : NODICE
47. Greek liqueur : OUZO
51. Diva Lily : PONS
54. Waterfall phenomenon : MIST
55. "___ slayeth the silly one": Job : ENVY
57. "Shoot!" : DANG
58. "Dies ___" : IRAE
60. Telephone trio : MNO
61. B'way posting : SRO

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