New York Times, Friday, October 15, 1999

Author: Mark Diehl
Editor: Will Shortz
Mark Diehl
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 24 for Mr. Diehl. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Nap : CATCHAFEWZS
12. Whack : BAT
15. 1999 hit comedy : AMERICANPIE
16. Familiar photo credit : UPI
17. Actor whose first credited role was in "Rumble Fish" : NICOLASCAGE
18. Part of a policeman's training : CPR
19. German whine : ACH
20. Workplace regulator, for short : OSHA
21. Weed whacker : SICKLE
23. TV sites : DENS
25. Ump's call : TIME
27. Kind of passages : NASAL
28. Without dissent : ASONE
30. Up for grabs : OPEN
32. Actress Madlyn : RHUE
33. The bereaved feel it : ASENSEOFLOSS
36. Help in climbing : SHERPA
39. High and mighties : ELITES
40. He played Archer Maggott in "The Dirty Dozen" : TELLYSAVALAS
44. City southeast of Fort Dodge : AMES
45. What this isn't : THAT
46. Crystal : GLASS
50. They come in sheets : MICAS
52. Architectural pier : ANTA
54. "...___ saw Elba" : EREI
55. Like some plants : POTTED
57. Mountain path site : PASS
59. Common girl's middle name : MAE
60. Foreman's superior : ALI
61. Bouncing off the walls : RICOCHETING
64. Univ. of Virginia player : CAV
65. Utter gibberish : INCOHERENCE
66. Lao-___ : TSE
67. Lucifer, for one : FALLENANGEL
1. Country name that follows O : CANADA
2. Priestly vestments : AMICES
3. 1990's music genre : TECHNO
4. ___-Magnon : CRO
5. Poker variation, informally : HILO
6. "With ___ of thousands" : ACAST
7. Form : FASHION
8. Settles down for the night : ENCAMPS
9. New Deal prog. : WPA
10. Turns sharply : ZIGS
11. Take to one's room : SEEIN
12. Ammo in game hunting : BUCKSHOT
13. It can be canned : APPLAUSE
14. Energetic : TIRELESS
22. Home of Dickinson College : CARLISLE
24. Shows displeasure with : SNARLSAT
26. A clown may wear it : EEE
29. Make out : ESPY
31. Yuletide : NOEL
34. Like Nod, to Eden : EAST
35. Piece in the game Stratego : FLAG
36. Cause of colonial unrest : STAMPACT
37. Syncopated musical rhythms : HEMIOLAS
38. Enrichment course : ELECTIVE
41. "But of course!" : AHA
42. One way to get to work : VANPOOL
43. Case of papers : ATTACHE
47. Prewar activity : ARMING
48. It takes place in the dark : SEANCE
49. Cartoonist Jerry, co-creator of Superman : SIEGEL
51. Line of type : SERIF
53. Ghostlike : ASHEN
56. Actress Merrill : DINA
58. Word repeated after "Que" : SERA
62. Quarter of a mille : CCL
63. Midmorning : TEN

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