New York Times, Tuesday, September 2, 1997

Author: Alan Arbesfeld
Editor: Will Shortz
Alan Arbesfeld
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Arbesfeld. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Red" tree : ALDER
6. Tues., for Tuesday : ABBR
10. Poland's Walesa : LECH
14. 24 sheets of paper : QUIRE
15. Peeved : SORE
16. First name in scat : ELLA
17. Open, as a bottle : UNCAP
18. They produce a row on the farm : HOES
19. Swear : AVOW
20. "Act your ___!" : AGE
21. Elated : TICKLEDPINK
24. Opera set in the time of the Pharaohs : AIDA
25. Hershey brand : REESES
26. Elated : BUBBLINGOVER
31. Handy : UTILE
32. Large pitcher : EWER
33. Triangular sail : JIB
36. Fall cleanup need : RAKE
37. Longed : PINED
39. Western writer Grey : ZANE
40. P, in Greece : RHO
41. "Hi-___, Hi-Lo" (1953 film song) : LILI
42. Quarterback Brett : FAVRE
43. Elated : WALKINGONAIR
46. Countenance : VISAGE
49. Open : AIRY
50. Elated : ONCLOUDNINE
53. 33 or 45, e.g. : RPM
56. It's taken out at the seams : COAL
57. Bucket : PAIL
58. "Behold!" : VOILA
60. Writer Lindbergh : ANNE
61. Ever : ONCE
62. Ballyhooed sitcom of 1997 : ELLEN
63. Latvian : LETT
64. Lack : NEED
65. Chill, so to speak : RELAX
1. Shade of blue : AQUA
2. It's breath-taking : LUNG
3. Cut into cubes : DICE
4. Stat for Maddux : ERA
5. Dinosaur, e.g. : REPTILE
6. Depth charge, in slang : ASHCAN
7. Engage, as an entertainer : BOOK
8. Belgian songwriter Jacques : BREL
9. Not showing emotions : RESERVED
10. Ballet dancer, at times : LEAPER
11. Oft-cited sighting : ELVIS
12. Copy : CLONE
13. Peddles : HAWKS
22. Uganda's Amin : IDI
23. Forest denizen : DEER
24. Competent : ABLE
26. Extra-short haircut : BURR
27. Bryce Canyon locale : UTAH
28. Anti-apartheid activist Steven : BIKO
29. Magic wish granters : GENII
30. Be in debt : OWE
33. Cawfee : JAVA
34. Letters for Jesus : INRI
35. Miller, for one : BEER
37. Join in a football heap : PILEUPON
38. Kind : ILK
39. Wacky : ZANY
41. Italy's ___ di Como : LAGO
42. Eternally : FOREVER
43. Picture gallery site? : WALLET
44. Threw out, as a runner : NAILED
45. Word to end a card game : GIN
46. Song part : VOCAL
47. Hole-___ : INONE
48. Meager : SCANT
51. Scandinavian : DANE
52. Enjoyable : NICE
53. Brook : RILL
54. Emotional request : PLEA
55. Domestic cat : MANX
59. Corrida cry : OLE

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