New York Times, Monday, September 22, 1997

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQVX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 51 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Separate, as flour or ashes : SIFT
5. Forum language : LATIN
10. Paul Bunyan's ox : BABE
14. Doughnut's middle : HOLE
15. Primitive calculators : ABACI
16. Military no-show : AWOL
17. Bit of physics : ATOM
18. "Dear friend!" : MYMAN
19. Door sound : SLAM
20. Overjoyed : HAPPYASALARK
23. April 15 initials : IRS
24. Paper purchases : REAMS
28. Egg-rolling time : EASTER
32. Reddish-brown horse : CHESTNUT
35. Copper, e.g. : METAL
36. Greeting at sea : AHOY
37. Hush-hush govt. group : NSA
38. Highly pleased with oneself : PROUDASAPEACOCK
42. Afternoon hour on a sundial : III
43. Info : DOPE
44. Country singer Crystal : GAYLE
45. Garbage-marauding critters : RACCOONS
48. Present and future, e.g. : TENSES
49. Borden's cow : ELSIE
50. Forbid : BAN
51. Bonkers : CRAZYASALOON
59. Opposite of all : NONE
62. Perch : ROOST
63. "___ to leap tall buildings..." : ABLE
64. Skunk's defense : ODOR
65. TV duo Kate and ___ : ALLIE
66. Carbonated drink : SODA
67. Overhaul : REDO
68. Bread maker : BAKER
69. Trial balloon : TEST
1. Mideast ruler of years past : SHAH
2. Small amount : IOTA
3. Dud : FLOP
4. Office fill-in : TEMP
5. Actress Hedy : LAMARR
6. Vast chasm : ABYSS
7. Novelist Janowitz : TAMA
8. Suffix with poet : ICAL
9. One of Columbus's ships : NINA
10. Two-pointer : BASKET
11. Cobbler's tool : AWL
12. Feathered stole : BOA
13. Shade tree : ELM
21. Submit : YIELD
22. Four Monopoly properties: Abbr. : RRS
25. Pesters : ANNOYS
26. Biceps, e.g. : MUSCLE
27. Belmont ___ : STAKES
28. Sovereign's domain : EMPIRE
29. Antenna : AERIAL
30. Zeno and others : STOICS
31. Fraternity "T" : TAU
32. Cowboy's wear : CHAPS
33. Aspiration : HOPE
34. Hurricane's center : EYE
36. "Unto us ___ is given" : ASON
39. Fuss : ADO
40. 60's rocket stage : AGENA
41. Soup container : CAN
46. Roman orator : CICERO
47. Poet's preposition : OER
48. Sampler : TASTER
50. Count of jazz : BASIE
52. Lebanese, e.g. : ARAB
53. Defender of Dreyfus : ZOLA
54. Egg part : YOLK
55. Wear well : LAST
56. Mitch Miller's instrument : OBOE
57. The "O" in R.E.O. : OLDS
58. Peachy-keen : NEAT
59. Neither's partner : NOR
60. "___ to a Nightingale" : ODE
61. Doze (off) : NOD

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