New York Times, Thursday, February 12, 1998

Author: Richard Silvestri
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Silvestri
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {QV} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 67 for Mr. Silvestri. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
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1. Guitar attachment : WAWA
5. Tell secrets : BLAB
9. One who tries : JUDGE
14. "Family Ties" role : ALEX
15. Terza ___ (Italian verse form) : RIMA
16. Burger garnish : ONION
17. Dot on a map : ISLE
18. Augury : OMEN
19. Burn a bit : SINGE
20. Opposition? : FOLLOWINGPHOTO
23. Novel ending : IST
24. "1-2-3" singer Barry : LEN
25. Wine and dine : REGALE
29. "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" hero : BRAD
31. Buddy : MAC
34. Cut off : ALONE
35. Egyptian port : SUEZ
36. Lady's man : EARL
37. Exposition? : BEFOREWYEANDZEE
40. ___ a secret : INON
41. Sing the praises of : LAUD
42. Smart or Smiley : AGENT
43. Colonial descendants' grp. : DAR
44. Like a Dali watch : LIMP
45. Carol starter : ADESTE
46. Gained a lap? : SAT
47. Poetic pugilist : ALI
48. Deposition? : BETWEENLAANDDA
56. Battle lineup : ARRAY
57. Wahines' wear : LEIS
58. Syria, long ago : ARAM
59. Hotel offering : SUITE
60. Safety, e.g. : BACK
61. Score unit : NOTE
62. Beef on the hoof : STEER
63. Lot measurement : AREA
64. Pinnacle : APEX
1. Street urchin : WAIF
2. To boot : ALSO
3. Sound : WELL
4. Relative of a Salchow : AXEL
5. Enjoy a bookstore : BROWSE
6. Last straw : LIMIT
7. Mass assent : AMEN
8. Report of a shooting? : BANG
9. Teased : JOSHED
10. Blue side : UNION
11. Force : DINT
12. Full of energy : GOGO
13. Hydrocarbon suffix : ENE
21. Ship of fuels? : OILER
22. Tollbooth location : PLAZA
25. Hog-wild : RABID
26. "Mefistofele" soprano : ELENA
27. Attempt : GOFOR
28. In a while : ANON
29. Purchase what's left : BUYUP
30. Stalk by the river : REED
31. Lost worlds? : MAZES
32. Don't exist : ARENT
33. One of the Boyers of baseball : CLETE
35. Did the butterfly : SWAM
36. Nose out : EDGE
38. Upper crust : ELITE
39. 1976 Olympics name : NADIA
44. Handle cases : LAWYER
45. 7.2 million-dollar bargain : ALASKA
46. Express : STATE
47. Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt : ALICE
48. Champagne word : BRUT
49. Iroquois enemy : ERIE
50. Where Napoleon was solo : ELBA
51. Within earshot : NEAR
52. "Peter Pan" dog : NANA
53. Discontinue : DROP
54. Go with : DATE
55. Payment option, for short : AMEX
56. Dummkopf : ASS

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