New York Times, Tuesday, September 23, 1997

Author: Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Salomon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 35 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Catherine who survived Henry VIII : PARR
5. Eden dweller : ADAM
9. ___-ski : APRES
14. Theater award : OBIE
15. Timber wolf : LOBO
16. Fit to be tied : IRATE
17. Dieter's credo? : LIGHTENUP
19. One of Lear's daughters : REGAN
20. French farewell : ADIEU
21. Program airing : TELECAST
23. State of high alarm : REDALERT
26. Praiseful poem : ODE
27. Dieter's credo? : TAKEALOADOFF
32. Pitcher's pride : ARM
35. First name in scat : ELLA
36. Flood embankment : LEVEE
37. Hi-jinks in a stolen car : JOYRIDE
40. Determines limits in advance : PRESETS
42. Had title to : OWNED
43. Regarding : ASTO
45. Realize : NET
46. Dieter's credo? : BEAGOODLOSER
50. Calamity : ILL
51. Comic musical work : OPERETTA
55. Mt. Rainier's site, with "the" : CASCADES
59. "___ Pretty" (song for Maria) : IFEEL
60. Anticipate : AWAIT
61. Dieter's credo? : THINKFAST
64. It results from work well done : PRIDE
65. Gamblers' mecca : RENO
66. This, in Mexico : ESTO
67. Polk's predecessor : TYLER
68. Dutch cheese : EDAM
69. Bygone Tunisian V.I.P.'s : DEYS
1. Kind of bear : POLAR
2. Stand for : ABIDE
3. Unbending : RIGID
4. Fix, as leftovers : REHEAT
5. Draught, maybe : ALE
6. Mafia boss : DON
7. Act of touching : ABUTTAL
8. Wear a long face : MOPE
9. Terrier type : AIREDALE
10. Comes before : PRECEDES
11. Indian music style : RAGA
12. Greek H's : ETAS
13. On its way, as a message : SENT
18. Noted site of ancient Mexican ruins : TULA
22. British john : LOO
24. Managed, with "out" : EKED
25. Take the reins again : RELEAD
28. Portable PC : LAPTOP
29. Place to broil : OVEN
30. Lavish party : FETE
31. Suffix with gab or slug : FEST
32. "Get ___" (1958 hit) : AJOB
33. English poet laureate Nicholas : ROWE
34. Popular pet bird : MYNA
38. Killing of a king : REGICIDE
39. Blind worshiper : IDOLATER
41. Banned Pete : ROSE
44. Stinko : SLOSHED
47. Like the gray mare : OLD
48. Actor Estrada : ERIK
49. Officiated a game : REFFED
52. Rib : TEASE
53. Irascible : TESTY
54. Choir voices : ALTOS
55. Nemo, e.g.: Abbr. : CAPT
56. Not straight : AWRY
57. Leave dock : SAIL
58. To be, in France : ETRE
62. One-million link : INA
63. ___ de guerre : NOM

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