New York Times, Thursday, September 17, 1998

Author: Robert H. Wolfe
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert H. Wolfe
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 37 Missing: {JQW} This is puzzle # 37 for Mr. Wolfe. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Unguent : BALM
5. A prisoner may enter one : PLEA
9. Russia's Sea of ___ : AZOV
13. Omnium-gatherum : OLIO
14. ___ grudge (harbored resentment) : HELDA
16. Slayton of Apollo 18 : DEKE
17. Thrashes : LAMS
18. Perfectionist's aim : IDEAL
19. Progress impeder : SNAG
20. Fear an English philosopher's family? : DREADLOCKES
23. 40's war agcy. : OPA
24. "___ believe it!" : IDONT
25. 1972 Broadway debut : PIPPIN
27. 1965 Peace Prize recipient : UNICEF
30. Showily enthusiastic : RAHRAH
32. Seoul soldier : ROK
33. Latin conjugation word : AMAT
35. Gradually remove : ERODE
38. Peace of mind : ATARAXY
41. Anthology : OMNIBUS
43. Like a sleeping bag : LINED
44. Sofer of soaps : RENA
46. Suffix with guitar : IST
47. Dundee design : TARTAN
49. Take turns : ROTATE
52. Massage parlor offering : OILRUB
54. Year in Marcus Aurelius's reign : CLXVI
56. Pulitzer-winning writer Akins : ZOE
57. English philosopher not yet arrived? : MOORETOCOME
62. White chip, often : ANTE
64. Michael of "Flashdance" : NOURI
65. Hayworth's royal hubby : KHAN
66. Convoy components : RIGS
67. Derby Stakes site : EPSOM
68. Chisholm Trail town : ENID
69. C.O.N.T.R.O.L. enemy : KAOS
70. Eyelid problem : STYE
71. Puts on : DONS
1. Barefaced : BOLD
2. Banned spray : ALAR
3. Greenish : LIME
4. Subway tunnel art, maybe : MOSAIC
5. Communication from an Alexandrian philosopher? : PHILOFAX
6. Gave false hopes : LEDON
7. Sophocles subject : ELECTRA
8. One of the Aleutians : ADAK
9. Spots : ADS
10. Fear of an ancient Greek philosopher? : ZENOPHOBIA
11. Rain forest ruminant : OKAPI
12. Non-meat-eater : VEGAN
15. Beth's preceder : ALEPH
21. W.W. II gen. : DDE
22. Mythical bird-woman : SIREN
26. ___ passu (equably) : PARI
27. Orsk's river : URAL
28. "Don't look at me!" : NOTI
29. Declaration about unhanding a German philosopher? : IKANTLETGO
31. Heaps : ATON
34. Hess who was a dame : MYRA
36. Composition of some clouds : DUST
37. Borgia in-law : ESTE
39. Caboose : REAR
40. Tight as ___ : ADRUM
42. Era of a German philosopher? : MARXTIME
45. Overlay, in a way : ENCRUST
48. Delmonico alternative : TBONE
50. Ab ___ (from day one) : OVO
51. Teed off : TICKED
52. ___ National Forest, Ark. : OZARK
53. Conquest of Croesus : IONIA
55. "Quo Vadis?" director Mervyn : LEROY
58. Cry over spilled milk : OOPS
59. "That's awful!" : OHNO
60. Kind of a drag : MAIN
61. Bounds : ENDS
63. River's path, possibly : ESS

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