New York Times, Thursday, November 18, 1999

Author: Alan Arbesfeld
Editor: Will Shortz
Alan Arbesfeld
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 42 Missing: {JQWXZ} This is puzzle # 24 for Mr. Arbesfeld. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Statements : DICTA
6. Matching : SAME
10. See 2-Down : CUBE
14. Felt (for) : ACHED
15. Small animals, often : PREY
16. Bank roll : ONES
17. Boldly oppose : BEARD
18. Fine-tune : HONE
19. Not have peace of mind : FRET
20. Been effective : PROVENUSEFUL
23. College setting : SEMINAR
25. Goal-oriented : TELIC
27. Elgar's "King ___" : OLAF
28. Almost done : NEARTHEEND
32. Manhattan address abbr. : NYNY
33. Pro ___ : BONO
34. ___ gratia (by the grace of God) : DEI
35. Names hidden in 20-, 28-, 46- and 54-Across : PLANETS
38. Kind of center : REC
41. River from the Bernese Alps : AARE
42. "Dancing Queen" group : ABBA
46. Oscar nominee for "Lawrence of Arabia" : OMARSHARIF
50. Combatant in Kosovo : SERB
51. Villain for Rocky and Bullwinkle : BORIS
52. They may be picked : GUITARS
54. Plays : TAKESATURNAT
58. A short rest, in actors' lingo : FIVE
59. Joyful dance : HORA
60. "That's it!" : BINGO
63. Wild hog : BOAR
64. In a while : ANON
65. The Little Mermaid : ARIEL
66. Sights near highway exits : INNS
67. "___ Job" (1958 hit) : GETA
68. Faked out, in ice hockey : DEKED
1. Small application : DAB
2. With 10-Across, treatment for a swelling : ICE
3. Johnny Appleseed's last name : CHAPMAN
4. Scare : TERRIFY
5. Extension : ADDON
6. Area : SPHERE
7. Elvis's middle name : ARON
8. Computer offering : MENU
9. Appraises : EYES
10. Shade of brown : COFFEE
11. Completely white, as paper : UNRULED
12. Quickest route : BEELINE
13. Guinness ending : EST
21. Hauler : VAN
22. Spirit of a group : ETHOS
23. Junior, usually : SON
24. Tarzan portrayer : ELY
26. Fifth-century date : CDI
29. Baseball's Doubleday : ABNER
30. Caviar : ROE
31. It's found in sticks : TNT
35. Out : PASSE
36. ___-di-dah : LAH
37. Notre Dame's Parseghian : ARA
38. Clear the register, maybe : ROB
39. Cause of laughter or tears : EMOTION
40. Desert crosser : CARAVAN
42. "Silk Stockings" star : ASTAIRE
43. Unconventional sort : BEATNIK
44. "It's cold!" : BRR
45. Situps strengthen them : ABS
47. ___ Island (prison site) : RIKERS
48. Arboreal lizard : IGUANA
49. Lassie's coat : FUR
53. Not on good terms (with) : INBAD
55. Carpet type : SHAG
56. First-rate : AONE
57. Track pace : TROT
58. Org. with many agts. : FBI
61. "No kidding!" : GEE
62. Word with hand or hat : OLD

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