New York Times, Saturday, September 16, 2000

Author: Robert H. Wolfe
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert H. Wolfe
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {FJKXZ} This is puzzle # 43 for Mr. Wolfe. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Created a disturbance : MADEWAVES
10. Bawd : MADAM
15. As often as not : ONAVERAGE
16. Ex-Mrs. Rod Stewart : ALANA
17. Dispatch identifiers : DATELINES
18. Bow breakers? : BERGS
19. Announcement to passengers : ETA
20. View badly? : LEERAT
22. ___ gestae : RES
23. Friction reducer: Abbr. : LUB
24. Chicago sights : ELS
25. Early dropout in the 2000 presidential race, politely : MRSDOLE
28. Colliery carriers : TRAMS
30. Hightail it : SPEEDAWAY
32. It has your name on it: Abbr. : SASE
33. Way of the East : TAO
34. Tang : NIP
35. Ring attachment? : LET
36. 1970 military coup leader : ASSAD
38. Ryan was one: Abbr. : PVT
41. Go bad? : ERR
43. Subjects of tests : IQS
44. Not back up : LEAD
46. Unprepared : IMPROMPTU
50. Perfect, e.g. : TENSE
51. Early TV signal relayer : TELSTAR
52. This may give you gas: Abbr. : AAA
54. One with a burden : ASS
55. ___ provençale : ALA
56. Raise, as the eyes : CASTUP
58. Parisian pronoun : CES
59. Prepare to chat, perhaps : LOGON
62. Event for a short-sheeted person? : WHITESALE
64. Sinuses, e.g. : ITERS
65. Emphatic refusal : NONOTEVER
66. Nonplussed : ATSEA
67. Earmarks : SETSAPART
1. Cranky cars? : MODELTS
2. Someone who's innately talented : ANATURAL
3. Modern storehouse : DATABASE
4. St. Agnes's ___ : EVE
5. "Othello" director, 1952 : WELLES
6. Sylvia Plath collection : ARIEL
7. Williams and others : VANESSAS
8. Hungarian city or river : EGER
9. Opening word? : SESAME
10. Dream controller of folklore : MAB
11. Many a pint : ALE
12. "Crime: Its Cause and Treatment" author : DARROW
13. The boss in "Who's the Boss?" : ANGELA
14. Dr. Gillespie player in "Dr. Kildare" : MASSEY
21. Stock watchers' concerns : TRENDS
26. ABM treaty violator : SDI
27. Spot in the stable : DAPPLE
29. They're fed at the side of the road : METERS
31. Place : POSIT
33. Landing locale : TARMAC
37. Etching of a sort : AQUATINT
39. It gets to your heart : VENACAVA
40. Rug decorator : TASSELER
42. Go bad : ROT
45. You may not have room for it : DESSERT
46. Lago d'Orta locale : ITALIA
47. He wore "4" : MELOTT
48. Bathing beaches : PLAGES
49. Some scampi : PRAWNS
50. Retina layers : TAPETA
53. Monte Carlo et al. : AUTOS
57. It may contain a tree : SHOE
60. Contents of 28-Across : ORE
61. Code crackers: Abbr. : NSA
63. Library Card Sign-Up Mo. : SEP

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