New York Times, Friday, March 26, 1999

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 39 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 28 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Sat tight : BIDED
6. Boaters' relatives : PANAMAS
13. Excites : FIRESUP
15. Gymnast's need : AGILITY
16. Matthew, for one : APOSTLE
17. Disarmed : WONOVER
18. Nintendo arcade game of the 80's : DONKEYKONGJR
20. Cold war proj. : SDI
21. Medevac destinations, briefly : ERS
22. Yoga posture : ASANA
26. Token of victory : SCALP
30. When doubled, a dance : CHA
32. Pro ___ : TEM
33. Places where customs are important : PORTSOFENTRY
37. Roosevelt Island's locale : ROSSSEA
40. Pennsylvania resort area : POCONOS
41. Photographic technique : TIMEEXPOSURE
43. Helm heading : ENE
44. Bow wood : YEW
45. Robust : LUSTY
48. Depicts unfairly : SKEWS
51. The Eagle, e.g. : LEM
53. Like a Burnsian mouse : WEE
55. Poor Yorick was a fellow of this, said Hamlet : INFINITEJEST
60. "The Thorn Birds" novelist McCullough : COLLEEN
63. Flippant response to a rebuke : SOSUEME
64. Not dead : ANIMATE
65. Ballade's trio : STANZAS
66. New shoots : RETAKES
67. 1967 Chemistry Nobelist : EIGEN
1. Rifle supports : BIPODS
2. Like some of Chekhov's writings : IRONIC
3. Study furniture : DESK
4. Tasso's patron : ESTE
5. As is fitting : DULY
6. Loan sources : PAWNSHOPS
7. Enthralled : AGOG
8. Kind of warrior : NINJA
9. Then: Fr. : ALORS
10. Year in Basil II's rule : MIV
11. Had a little lamb : ATE
12. Neighbor of Turk. : SYR
13. Passing things : FADS
14. Chow alternative : PEKE
19. Tolkien creatures : ORCS
23. Abbr. that often precedes a colon : ATTN
24. Agrippina's slayer : NERO
25. Tan and others : AMYS
27. Vaulted room : APSE
28. Word before face or heart : LOSE
29. Head honcho : PREXY
31. In conflict with, with "of" : AFOUL
34. Relatives of rulers : TAPELINES
35. Almond : ECRU
36. Denials : NOES
37. Triptik abbrs. : RTES
38. Berkshire response : OINK
39. Jolly Roger crewman : SMEE
42. Meany of literature : OWEN
46. Be plucky? : TWEEZE
47. Hardly the assertive type : YESMAN
49. Buck Rogers's ladylove ___ Deering : WILMA
50. Dishonest sort : SNEAK
52. Hit alternative : MISS
54. They end in Septembre : ETES
56. Bash : FETE
57. ___ bag : TOTE
58. Lou's "La Bamba" co-star : ESAI
59. Analytic psychology founder : JUNG
60. Lincoln, e.g. : CAR
61. Day ___ : ONE
62. Smashed : LIT

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