New York Times, Monday, September 7, 1998

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 62 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Toasted sandwiches, for short : BLTS
5. Politician Alexander : LAMAR
10. Very funny one : RIOT
14. Dublin's land : EIRE
15. Habitation : ABODE
16. The "I" in "The King and I" : ANNA
17. Send out : EMIT
18. Suppers : MEALS
19. Hoof it : WALK
20. Agitated : FITTOBETIED
23. Caustic substance : LYE
24. Mrs. Kowalski, in "A Streetcar Named Desire" : STELLA
25. Hall-of-Famer Yogi : BERRA
27. 1950's car with a horse-collar grille : EDSEL
30. Yak, yak, yak : NATTER
33. Buffoons : OAFS
36. "The Wind in the Willows" character : TOAD
38. World leader who gave his name to a jacket : NEHRU
39. Zilch : NIL
40. Browbeat : HENPECK
42. Trains to the Loop : ELS
43. Bring out : EDUCE
45. Fodder holder : SILO
46. Lose sleep (over) : FRET
47. Harbor a grudge about : RESENT
49. Frisco gridder : NINER
51. Softens, with "down" : TONES
53. Golf shoe features : CLEATS
57. Word repeated in "Does ___ or doesn't ___?" : SHE
59. Agitated : ALLWORKEDUP
62. Prayer receiver, with "the" : LORD
64. Sweater size : LARGE
65. Neck hair : MANE
66. Comply : OBEY
67. Turn outward : EVERT
68. Tommie of the 60's-70's Mets : AGEE
69. Portend : BODE
70. "Walk Away ___" (1966 hit) : RENEE
71. Brainy, socially inept sort : NERD
1. Strengthens, with "up" : BEEFS
2. See 56-Down : LIMIT
3. Said too often : TRITE
4. Pays, as a bill : SETTLES
5. Chew out : LAMBASTE
6. Have ___ in one's bonnet : ABEE
7. Castle defense : MOAT
8. Wing it, speechwise : ADLIB
9. Visited again : RESEEN
10. Inexperienced : RAW
11. Agitated : INALATHER
12. "Members ___" : ONLY
13. Give's partner : TAKE
21. Long in the tooth : OLD
22. Guzzled : DRANK
26. I-95, e.g.: Abbr. : RTE
28. Seemingly forever : EONS
29. Rabbit fur : LAPIN
31. Writer ___ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
32. Reddish-brown : RUST
33. Lulu : ONER
34. Candy striper, e.g. : AIDE
35. Agitated : FLUSTERED
37. Takeout lunch provider : DELI
40. Redhead's secret, maybe : HENNA
41. Basement floor material : CONCRETE
44. Corp. numero uno : CEO
46. One released from bondage : FREEMAN
48. Bank employee : TELLER
50. Antlered animal : ELK
52. Work like a dog : SLAVE
54. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it," e.g. : ADAGE
55. Radio part : TUNER
56. With 2-Down, 65 miles per hour, say : SPEED
57. Hardly a neatnik : SLOB
58. Tramp : HOBO
60. Songbird : WREN
61. Fearsome one : OGRE
63. Hair coloring : DYE

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