New York Times, Monday, September 20, 1999

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {FGQWZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 74 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. False god : BAAL
5. Buddy : CHUM
9. Atlanta-based airline : DELTA
14. Pasture portion : ACRE
15. Tip-top : AONE
16. Turn inside out : EVERT
17. Flushing field : SHEA
18. Barbershop request : TRIM
19. Rope fiber : SISAL
20. "Yikes!" : HEAVENSTOBETSY
23. Nobelist Wiesel : ELIE
24. Prohibition ___ (1920-33) : ERA
25. 1900 : MCM
28. Society crasher : UPSTART
31. Menlo Park monogram : TAE
34. Out in front : AHEAD
36. Be sick : AIL
37. The "A" in B.A. : ARTS
38. "Yikes!" : JEEPERSCREEPERS
42. Malt kiln : OAST
43. Iowa's state tree : OAK
44. City near Dayton : XENIA
45. Rd. for a mail carrier : RTE
46. Prince Philip, to Queen Elizabeth : CONSORT
49. Calendar square : DAY
50. Gobble up : EAT
51. Like the driven snow : PURE
53. "Yikes!" : LANDSAKESALIVE
60. Kindergarten adhesive : PASTE
61. Without: Fr. : SANS
62. Brainstorm : IDEA
63. Four duos : OCTET
64. Out of the wind : ALEE
65. Little tykes : TOTS
66. Eye drops : TEARS
67. Flippant : PERT
68. "If all ___ fails..." : ELSE
1. Quite a party : BASH
2. Result of overexercise : ACHE
3. Neck of the woods : AREA
4. Shove off : LEAVE
5. Tabby's tempter : CATNIP
6. Derby participants : HORSES
7. Platoon or squadron, e.g. : UNIT
8. Bulletin board notice : MEMO
9. Gila monster's home : DESERT
10. "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina" musical : EVITA
11. More or ___ : LESS
12. Carhop's aid : TRAY
13. Part of NATO: Abbr. : ATL
21. Give the slip : ELUDE
22. Funnyman Milton : BERLE
25. Business Administration or English Lit, e.g. : MAJOR
26. Use crib notes : CHEAT
27. Former Attorney General Edwin : MEESE
29. Carpet fasteners : TACKS
30. Lungful : AIR
31. What's happening : TREND
32. Parts of hearts : ATRIA
33. Piece in Harper's : ESSAY
35. Fitting : APT
37. Copycat : APE
39. Genealogy : ROOTS
40. ___ Bernardino : SAN
41. Old paperboy's cry : EXTRA
46. Midshipmen's rivals : CADETS
47. First of two baseball games : OPENER
48. Autumn apple : RUSSET
50. Go in : ENTER
52. Upper echelon : ELITE
53. Shoestring : LACE
54. "The Thin Man" dog : ASTA
55. "Immediately!" : ASAP
56. Cabbage : KALE
57. 1-Across, e.g. : IDOL
58. Nov. 11 honorees : VETS
59. Convenience : EASE
60. Flower's place : POT

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