New York Times, Friday, September 24, 1999

Author: Martin Ashwood-Smith
Editor: Will Shortz
Martin Ashwood-Smith
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31 Missing: {JKQVXZ} Spans: 6, (2 triple stacks) This is puzzle # 35 for Mr. Ashwood-Smith. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Chocolate shade : MOCHA
6. Entries in a family album : AGES
10. Blue : SAD
13. Poet's preposition : ANEAR
14. Prosaic : BLAH
15. 1999 Broadway hit, with "The" : WEIR
16. Bluto's residence, in a 1978 movie : DELTAHOUSE
18. Field unit : ACRE
19. French 101 verb : ETES
20. Part of a C.S.A. signature : ELEE
21. Factions : BLOCS
22. Sounds from spas : AHS
23. Lose : MISLAY
25. Vetoes : NOS
26. Took the lure : BIT
27. Brume : MIST
28. "You ___ bother..." : NEEDNT
30. Granddaddy of all computers : ENIAC
32. Laugh-a-minute : HOOT
34. Wonderland bird : DODO
35. French revolutionary cry : EGALITE
37. Live Aid, e.g. : BENEFIT
39. "Symphonie espagnole" composer : LALO
40. Chick follower : ADEE
42. Stock : BROTH
43. "Thou art the thing ___": King Lear : ITSELF
45. Red giant in the constellation Cetus : MIRA
47. Renault, e.g.: Abbr. : CIE
48. Day break : NAP
49. Military command : ATEASE
51. Heavy measure : TON
52. Hard work may be part of it : ETHIC
54. ___ B'rith : BNAI
55. Actress Collette of "Emma" : TONI
56. Feudal estate : FIEF
57. Alternative to elimination : ROUNDROBIN
59. One of the kings in Kings : OMRI
60. Smart ___ : ALEC
61. One of the Horae : IRENE
62. Riddle-me-___ (guess-book challenge) : REE
63. Easter, e.g., at sea : GALE
64. Arctic sightings : BERGS
1. Wasted no time in approaching : MADEABEELINEFOR
2. Separation order : ONETHINGATATIME
3. Heavens, so to speak : CELESTIALSPHERE
4. Pillboxes, e.g. : HATS
5. "___ Vos Prec" (T. S. Eliot work) : ARA
6. Like child labor : ABOLISHED
7. Sticks on : GLUESTO
8. Canvas site : EASEL
9. One side in an age-old battle : SHE
10. Gandhi's birthday, a holiday in India : SECONDOFOCTOBER
11. Cold comfort : AIRCONDITIONING
12. Get smart? : DRESSTOTHENINES
15. ___-Mart : WAL
17. Half in front? : HEMI
21. "Later!" : BYE
24. It's for openers : ANTE
27. WorldCom partner : MCI
29. River of Hesse : EDER
31. Cream ingredient : ALOE
33. Homage : OBEISANCE
36. Eisenhower's rival for the 1952 nomination : TAFT
38. Court grp. : NBA
41. Hebrew for "God is with us" : EMANUEL
44. Resinous deposit : LAC
46. Nevada Sen. Harry ___ : REID
50. Deadly virus : EBOLA
53. "___ were you..." : IFI
55. Hurried : TORE
57. Tease : RAG
58. Tease : RIB

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