New York Times, Saturday, November 10, 2001

Author: William I. Johnston
Editor: Will Shortz
William I. Johnston
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Johnston. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Song that quotes the Gettysburg Address in "Hair" : ABIEBABY
9. Painter Klimt : GUSTAV
15. Place for a pullover? : RESTAREA
16. Phidias subject : ATHENA
17. People whose business is picking up? : TRASHMEN
18. Goat features : BEARDS
19. Give ___ go : ITA
20. Boxes : SOCKS
22. Tear : SPREE
23. Director Vittorio De ___ : SICA
25. Eye discharge : RHEUM
27. Contemporary count : EARL
28. Tempts, in a way : TESTS
30. High land : NEPAL
32. Electric flux symbol : PSI
33. Anchor ring : TORUS
35. Possessed child in "The Omen" : DAMIEN
37. It's based on "The Berlin Stories" : CABARET
40. Hot stuff : CAYENNE
41. Flips over : ADORES
42. Info on library slips : DATES
43. Unit of conductance : MHO
44. Put down in print : LIBEL
46. Never seemed to end : RANON
50. Letter before gimel : BETH
52. Private reply? : NOSIR
54. Historical figure portrayed in "Quills" : SADE
55. Acrylic fiber : ORLON
57. Garb for some parties : TOGAS
59. Passbook abbr. : DEP
60. It's placed on the bottom : DIAPER
62. Need for a melt, maybe : TUNAFISH
64. Carve : INCISE
65. The Eddas were written in it : OLDNORSE
66. Some airline employees : AGENTS
67. Portable cutter : SABERSAW
1. Drawer : ARTIST
2. Wodehouse's Wooster : BERTIE
3. "Magic Hour" novelist Susan : ISAACS
4. Latin connections : ETS
5. Cross words : BAHS
6. Protection : ARMOR
7. Old gum brand : BEECHNUT
8. Bronx cheer recipients? : YANKEES
9. Blah-blah-blah : GAB
10. Off-roaders' choices, briefly : UTES
11. Diamond, e.g. : SHAPE
12. Diamondback, e.g. : TERRAPIN
13. Fairy tale figure : ANDERSEN
14. Jelly not used in sandwiches : VASELINE
21. More than snack : SUP
24. Fragrant oil : ATTAR
26. Hardly pleased with : MADAT
29. The New Yorker caricaturist Edward : SOREL
31. Ply : LAYER
34. It runs in the woods : RESIN
36. They have flat tops : MESAS
37. Where to make riel wages? : CAMBODIA
38. Following, with "to" : ADHERING
39. Clodhopper's securer : BOOTLACE
40. He made his horse a senator : CALIGULA
42. Firedome and Firesweep : DESOTOS
45. 'Droid : BOT
47. Floors : NADIRS
48. Texas college town : ODESSA
49. Great-___ : NEPHEW
51. "I can give you a lift" : HOPIN
53. Musical genre, in brief : RANDB
56. Build a tree house? : NEST
58. Unlikely to be committed : SANE
61. Like some phone nos. : RES
63. In payment of : FOR

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