New York Times, Tuesday, January 4, 2000

Author: Joy L. Wouk
Editor: Will Shortz
Joy L. Wouk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JKQXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 132 for Ms. Wouk. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. A crow's-nest tops it : MAST
5. Person with a puffy white hat : CHEF
9. Stew server : LADLE
14. Toe stubber's cry : OUCH
15. Partner of now : HERE
16. In progress : AFOOT
17. Grimm beast : OGRE
18. Turner who was called "The Sweater Girl" : LANA
19. ___ Domingo (Caribbean capital) : SANTO
20. Salty septet : SEAS
21. Demand too much of : OVERSTRAIN
23. Hence : ERGO
24. ___ publica : RES
25. Opposite WNW : ESE
26. Connecticut town near New London : NIANTIC
29. Tin foil, e.g. : WRAP
33. Auto manufacturer's woe : RECALL
36. Recently stolen : HOT
37. "At ___, soldier!" : EASE
38. Bikini, e.g. : ATOLL
39. Longing : YEN
40. Instrument with fingerholes : FLUTE
41. Some J. P. Morgan hldgs. : IRAS
42. Beaver's work : DAM
43. Ironing challenge : COLLAR
44. Mother of Apollo : LETO
45. Hurled word : EPITHET
47. Caviar : ROE
49. New Deal inits. : NRA
50. Hops kiln : OAST
54. Football squad warm-ups : SCRIMMAGES
58. Acknowledge frankly : AVOW
59. Cropped up : AROSE
60. Barley beards : AWNS
61. Poor, as excuses go : LAME
62. Turn red, perhaps : RIPEN
63. Give stars to : RATE
64. Marcel Marceau, e.g. : MIME
65. Bottomless pit : ABYSS
66. Took a gander at : EYED
67. Inuit's transport : SLED
1. Archie's dimwitted pal : MOOSE
2. Boring tool : AUGER
3. Scrawny one : SCRAG
4. George W. Bush story? : THESONALSORISES
5. ___ hydrate (knockout drops) : CHLORAL
6. Angels' place : HEAVEN
7. 1954 Literature Nobelist : ERNESTHEMINGWAY
8. North Carolina's Cape ___ : FEAR
9. Wears well : LASTS
10. No more begging? : AFAREWELLTOALMS
11. Lady of Lisbon : DONA
12. "An Iceland Fisherman" author Pierre : LOTI
13. School on the Thames : ETON
22. Faction : SECT
27. Under the weather : ILL
28. Charged particle : ION
30. Actor Julia : RAUL
31. "The Thin Man" pooch : ASTA
32. Social equal : PEER
33. Scold harshly, with "at" : RAIL
34. Basic French verb : ETRE
35. Chesterfield or ulster : COAT
39. Jabber : YAP
40. Hostile force : FOE
42. Regard as : DEEM
43. Performed a ballet step : CHASSED
46. Thirty, in Montréal : TRENTE
48. Broken mirrors and others : OMENS
51. Be of use to : AVAIL
52. English Channel feeder : SOMME
53. Coarse wool fabric : TWEED
54. ___ Lee Corporation : SARA
55. Baby's bed : CRIB
56. Cordlike : ROPY
57. Bern's river : AARE

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