New York Times, Wednesday, September 9, 1998

Author: Richard Hughes
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Hughes
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Hughes. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Theatrical hit, in slang : BOFF
5. Wild party : BLAST
10. Bound along : LOPE
14. Word with slide or home : RULE
15. Ninth-inning excitement, maybe : RALLY
16. Tel ___ : AVIV
17. Antiquing agent : AGER
18. How the euphoric walk? : ONAIR
19. Barn accessory : VANE
20. Start of a Ralph Waldo Emerson quote : THEREWARDOFA
23. Spread about : STREWN
24. It may be living or dead : END
25. Unlock, poetically : OPE
28. Minolta competitor : RICOH
31. Hearing problem? : EARWAX
33. "Greetings" org. : SSS
36. Charles and Ephron : NORAS
38. Prefix with nuke or freeze : ANTI
39. Middle of the quote : THINGWELLDONEIS
43. Ambience : AURA
44. Fictional reporter Brenda : STARR
45. Part of E-mail addresses : DOT
46. Pool parties? : STENOS
49. Lawn mower's path : SWATH
51. Biddy : HEN
52. Squeal : RAT
54. Uncredited authors : GHOSTS
58. End of the quote : TOHAVEDONEIT
61. Easing of tensions : THAW
64. Sidekick : AMIGO
65. "Blondie" character : CORA
66. Flightless bird : KIWI
67. Take up again : RENEW
68. Politico Long : HUEY
69. Foreboding : OMEN
70. Deck out : ADORN
71. Reo maker : OLDS
1. Kindergarten disrupters : BRATS
2. Word of obligation : OUGHT
3. One on the lam : FLEER
4. Actor Mel or Jose : FERRER
5. Critter in a kids' rhyme : BROWNCOW
6. An ex of Artie : LANA
7. Winged : ALAR
8. Playground sight : SLIDE
9. Old Northern Ireland county : TYRONE
10. Soap brand : LAVA
11. In vitro items : OVA
12. Mat coup : PIN
13. Adam's rib, so to speak : EVE
21. "Dallas" family name : EWING
22. Public health org. : FDA
25. Held title to : OWNED
26. Barbecue spot : PATIO
27. Be real : EXIST
29. Loads from lodes : ORES
30. Quashes : HALTS
32. Amscrayed : RAN
33. Squirrel away : STASH
34. "On the Beach" author : SHUTE
35. Lorelei, e.g. : SIREN
37. Side order at KFC : SLAW
40. One of the Bobbseys : NAN
41. Be a dead weight on : DRAGDOWN
42. Garden products brand : ORTHO
47. Spanish gold : ORO
48. 1943 Bogart film : SAHARA
50. Big chief : HONCHO
53. Busted, in a way : TAMED
55. City near Inchon : SEOUL
56. Bushed : TIRED
57. Collar stiffeners : STAYS
58. Like some beds : TWIN
59. "In ___ veritas" : VINO
60. Elbe tributary : EGER
61. Ref's ruling : TKO
62. That guy : HIM
63. Wow : AWE

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