New York Times, Friday, March 12, 1999

Author: A. J. Santora
Editor: Will Shortz
A. J. Santora
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 231 for Mr. Santora. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Eerie feeling : DEJAVU
7. "Alice" spin-off : FLO
10. Badlands Natl. Park locale : SDAK
14. Brightest star in Draco : ETAMIN
15. "At Seventeen" singer Janis : IAN
16. Sound : HALE
17. Occasion to give a speech : ACCEPTANCE
19. Albania's last Communist president : ALIA
20. Greek consonant : RHO
21. Something often at stake? : TOMATOPLANT
23. "I Am a Camera" setting : BERLIN
25. Leans (on) : RELIES
26. Portaged : CARTED
28. Of a tart fruit: Prefix : CITRO
30. Mohawk River city : UTICA
31. Admonition to the unhip : GETWITHIT
35. Clockmaker Terry : ELI
36. "___ Te Ching" (classic Chinese work) : TAO
38. Yemana's portrayer on "Barney Miller" : SOO
39. Singer Sumac : YMA
40. Free from the flesh : DISEMBODY
43. Exhortation after grace : DIGIN
45. "Hard Cash" author Charles : READE
46. Time for a break : SPRING
47. Blacksmiths' needs : APRONS
50. Resurrect, old-style : ARAISE
52. Wasn't rebellious : TOEDTHELINE
54. Bird grp. : NBA
57. Pansophic : WISE
58. Preflight procedure : INSPECTION
60. Alphabet book phrase : ASIN
61. "___ too shabby" : NOT
62. Kind of ticket : SEASON
63. Let out : RENT
64. Mil. aide : GSO
65. Dangerous dipteran : TSETSE
1. Billet-doux beginner : DEAR
2. Write with a point : ETCH
3. "The Battle With the Slum" author : JACOBRIIS
4. Rosemary Clooney's "Botch-___" : AME
5. Red-carpet reception : VIPTREATMENT
6. Countless : UNTOLD
7. Back : FINANCE
8. Milk: Prefix : LACT
9. Not many : ONEORTWO
10. Béarnaise ingredient : SHALLOT
11. Start of a holy name : DALAI
12. Fashion mode : ALINE
13. "Hyperion" poet : KEATS
18. Friend of Nancy : AMI
22. Some antiques : PERIODPIECES
24. Enumeration abbr. : ETC
26. Helped with a line : CUED
27. Brynhild's brother, in myth : ATLI
29. Tiny, informally : ITSY
31. Yummy : GOOD
32. Dental worker : HYGIENIST
33. What a folder wouldn't say : IMIN
34. Little kick : TANG
37. Discomfiting : ABASHING
41. Like water or wind : ERODENT
42. Gives a hand : DEALSTO
44. Org. with many schedules : IRS
46. Least buggy : SANEST
47. Crossing swords : ATWAR
48. Sang-froid : POISE
49. Dragon's blood, e.g. : RESIN
51. Job for a tailor : RIP
53. Chimp in space : ENOS
55. Responses to some calls : BOOS
56. Frank or Francis : ANNE
59. South Korea's Roh ___ Woo : TAE

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