New York Times, Thursday, November 6, 1997

Author: Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Salomon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 4 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Author Rona : JAFFE
6. Hits with a stun gun : ZAPS
10. Saudi or Iraqi : ARAB
14. Sleep spoiler : ALARM
15. Its motto is "Industry" : UTAH
16. "___ Smile" (1976 hit) : SARA
17. Postgame activity : RECAP
18. Off one's rocker : LOCO
19. Porn : SMUT
20. Loss of footing for a jockey? : STIRRUPTROUBLE
23. Trophy locale : DEN
24. Spasms : THROES
25. What a champion jockey holds? : REINSSUPREME
31. Montreal club : EXPOS
32. Indiana's state flower : PEONY
33. Col. Sanders's place : KFC
36. Top of the heap : BEST
37. Gives notice : WARNS
38. Lively dance : HORA
39. Put one past : ACE
40. Spirit : GENIE
41. Sermon subjects : VICES
42. Nighttime jockey's gear? : SADDLELIGHTS
44. Shook hands (on) : AGREED
47. Suffix with boy or girl : ISH
48. Prizes for a winning jockey? : BRIDLEBOUQUETS
54. "Constant Craving" singer, 1992 : LANG
55. Bedevils, in a way : DOGS
56. Its symbol is two horns : ARIES
58. Nose (out) : EDGE
59. Wind, so to speak : TIRE
60. Kind of eclipse : LUNAR
61. Vintage cars : REOS
62. José's hurrays : OLES
63. Tiffs : SPATS
1. Crock : JAR
2. Pub potables : ALES
3. It's true : FACT
4. Polite refusal, slangily : FRAIDNOT
5. Catherine, for one : EMPRESS
6. Bantu tribesman : ZULU
7. Riding : ATOP
8. Corcordat : PACT
9. Turns a maxi into a midi : SHORTENS
10. Underwrite : ASSURE
11. Ex-Green Beret of film : RAMBO
12. As ___ (usually) : ARULE
13. College in Lewiston, Me. : BATES
21. Red Cross workers, briefly : RNS
22. "Whatever will I do?" : OHMY
25. C&W's McEntire : REBA
26. Board member, for short : EXEC
27. ___ dixit : IPSE
28. Words before "about" and "at 'em" : UPAND
29. Rocks ahead : PERIL
30. Actress Blakley : RONEE
33. "The People's Court" judge, now : KOCH
34. Stew : FRET
35. He ran against Taylor, 1848 : CASS
37. Completely sold on : WEDDEDTO
38. Bigwig : HIGHERUP
40. Highlander : GAEL
41. Speech enliveners : VISUALS
42. Rushlike plants : SEDGES
43. Rye, e.g.: Abbr. : LIQ
44. More adept : ABLER
45. A, B or C : GRADE
46. Fab Four name : RINGO
49. Be hopping mad : BOIL
50. Nasty sort : OGRE
51. Manipulates : USES
52. Ike's ex : TINA
53. Spot in the Senate : SEAT
57. Promgoers: Abbr. : SRS

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