New York Times, Friday, September 3, 1999

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 35 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 56 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Four-time Super Bowl QB : BRADSHAW
9. Double: Prefix : DIPLO
14. Austin Powers catchphrase : OHBEHAVE
15. 1997 Nicolas Cage nail-biter : CONAIR
16. Prevaricate : TELLALIE
17. Nobel of the Nobel Prizes : ALFRED
18. Old Richmond-based org. : CSA
19. Complete supply of paper and office things : DESKFUL
21. Riley's "___ Sit in the Silence" : ASI
22. Smart : HURT
24. Fantails and others : DEERS
25. Vote in Verdun : NON
26. Trickle (through) : SEEP
28. Cousin of a snicker : SNEER
30. Sites of many divisions : OVA
31. End of many addresses : COM
33. "Hello ___" (old comedy intro) : DERE
34. Occupational suffix : IER
35. Name of three English kings : RICHARD
39. Bill's partner : HILLARY
41. Wagner soprano : EVA
42. Manners? : CREW
44. Classified abbr. : EEO
45. ___ Peres, Mo. : DES
46. Development developments : HOMES
48. Big name in 50's TV : DESI
51. ___ La La (1965 hit) : SHA
52. Estragon expected him : GODOT
54. Cream puff : WIMP
56. Almond : TAN
57. Emit : SENDOUT
59. That, south of the border : ESO
60. Votary : ADORER
62. Scheming secretly (with) : INLEAGUE
64. Transfixes : RIVETS
65. Newborn birds, e.g. : NESTLERS
66. Cracks, in a sense : STABS
67. Iowa's senior Senator : GRASSLEY
1. Muck up : BOTCH
2. Monkey with a silky coat : RHESUS
3. Like some bands : ABLARE
4. State on a bay: Abbr. : DEL
5. Skipjack herring, e.g. : SHAD
6. Compelled to go : HALED
7. Some rentals : AVISES
8. Something much looked forward to : WEEKEND
9. Sweetie pie : DOLL
10. Like Beethoven's "Pastoral" Symphony : INF
11. Fear : PARANOIA
12. Covers : LIESOVER
13. Not worthy of comment : ORDINARY
15. Informal talk : CAUSERIE
20. F.B.I. director after Sessions : FREEH
23. Carnegie ___ (noted name in engineering) : TECH
27. Steal : POACH
29. Ushered again : RELED
32. Classic PBS name : MRROGERS
35. Suns with low surface temperatures : REDSTARS
36. "That's enough!" : IVEHADIT
37. "History of My Life" autobiographer : CASANOVA
38. Imp : DEMON
40. Film pioneer Marcus : LOEW
43. Promising time : WEDDING
47. 53-Down native : SOONER
49. "Dirty Harry" director Don : SIEGEL
50. "Undoubtedly" : IMSURE
53. Where about 400,000 47-Downs live : TULSA
55. Odes and such : POESY
57. Designer works : SETS
58. Asian celebrations : TETS
61. Johnny ___ : REB
63. TV's Bundy and others : ALS

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