New York Times, Monday, November 10, 1997

Author: Grace Fabbroni
Editor: Will Shortz
Grace Fabbroni
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 44 Missing: {FJQVX} Spans: 1 This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Fabbroni. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Milky-white gem : OPAL
5. Turned white : PALED
10. Inclusion with a MS. : SASE
14. Trucking rig : SEMI
15. French love : AMOUR
16. Drug ___ (Washington pooh-bah) : CZAR
17. Patronizing person : SNOB
18. Sparkling headwear : TIARA
19. Ladder step : RUNG
20. Start of a quip : DIRTISNOTDIRT
23. Son of Aphrodite : EROS
24. Fencing blade : EPEE
25. Harmony : AMITY
28. On the up-and-up : LEGIT
31. Rioter's take : LOOT
32. Joins : UNITES
34. Hen's pride : EGG
37. Middle of the quip : BUTONLYMATTERIN
40. Adriatic, e.g. : SEA
41. Ryan and Tatum of filmdom : ONEALS
42. Verdi's slave girl : AIDA
43. Tête-à-têtes : CHATS
44. Awry : ASKEW
45. Feedback of a sort : ECHO
47. Like auto shop floors : OILY
49. End of the quip : THEWRONGPLACE
55. ___ and tell : SHOW
56. Scarlett, for one : OHARA
57. Snug : COZY
59. Sped : TORE
60. Heavy volumes : TOMES
61. Lamb's sobriquet : ELIA
62. Took advantage of : USED
63. Kasparov's game : CHESS
64. Red light directive : STOP
1. C.I.A. predecessor : OSS
2. Await judgment : PEND
3. To me, in Paris : AMOI
4. It kept Bizet busy : LIBRETTO
5. Outdoor lounging area : PATIO
6. Faulty : AMISS
7. Temporary use : LOAN
8. Currency replacing the mark, franc, lira, etc. : EURO
9. "Phooey!" : DRAT
10. Actor's "homework" : SCRIPT
11. Sky-blue : AZURE
12. "À votre ___!" : SANTE
13. Work unit : ERG
21. Word repeated before "again," in a saying : TRY
22. Jefferson, religiously : DEIST
25. Priests' garments : ALBS
26. Grimace : MOUE
27. Smidgen : IOTA
28. Beans in a stew : LIMAS
29. List-ending abbr. : ETAL
30. Catches on : GETS
32. Forearm bone : ULNA
33. Boris's refusal : NYET
34. Actor Estrada : ERIK
35. 1947 Literature Nobelist André : GIDE
36. Eat beaver-style : GNAW
38. Not at all : NOHOW
39. Classic 30's-40's radio comedy : EASYACES
43. Reprimanded, with "out" : CHEWED
44. 100% : ALL
45. Group character : ETHOS
46. Taking out the garbage, e.g. : CHORE
47. Fairy tale villains : OGRES
48. Bridge declaration : IPASS
50. University mil. group : ROTC
51. "Oops!" : OHOH
52. Reputation : NAME
53. Revolver inventor : COLT
54. Pinza of the Met : EZIO
55. Trio after R : STU
58. Prattle : YAP

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