New York Times, Tuesday, March 3, 1998

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 26 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Religious scroll : TORAH
6. Coat, as with plaster : DAUB
10. Group with the 1976 hit "Fernando" : ABBA
14. Solo : ALONE
15. Fare for Fido : ALPO
16. Medicinal weight : GRAM
17. Domingo, for one : TENOR
18. Smack : KISS
19. Indian music : RAGA
20. 1991 best seller by Jim Stewart : DENOFTHIEVES
23. It laps the shore : TIDEWATER
26. Trump's "art" : DEALS
27. ___ de Cologne : EAU
28. "___ soul man" (Blues Brothers lyric) : IMA
29. Trains on high : ELS
31. Circumference : AMBIT
33. Sheepish response : BAA
34. Neighbor of Mex. : USA
37. Lowbrow sitcom staple : BATHROOMHUMOR
41. Bro's counterpart : SIS
42. Lend a hand : AID
43. Nattering type : NABOB
45. Scandalous 80's initials : PTL
46. "___ Compères" (1984 film) : LES
48. Suffix with Sudan : ESE
49. Hon : SUGAR
53. All over the place, as paint : SPATTERED
56. Secret diet-breakers : CLOSETEATERS
58. Western Indians : OTOS
59. Lévesque of Québec : RENE
60. Out-and-out : UTTER
64. Elder, for one : TREE
65. Midmonth date : IDES
66. Info-packed : NEWSY
67. Pronounces : SAYS
68. "Hey, you!" : PSST
69. American-born princess : GRACE
1. Work on a doily : TAT
2. ___ Miss : OLE
3. Director Howard : RON
4. Where to connect one end of a jumper cable : ANODE
5. Enclosed, in legalese : HEREWITH
6. Noted Big Apple residence, with "the" : DAKOTA
7. "Get ___!" : ALIFE
8. Against the current : UPSTREAM
9. Hooey : BOSH
10. See eye to eye : AGREE
11. Accolade for Von Stade : BRAVA
12. Deli item : BAGEL
13. Accumulate : AMASS
21. Site of 60's tour of duty : NAM
22. Bouncers check them: Abbr. : IDS
23. Parlor drink : TEA
24. Poetic feet : IAMBS
25. Mideast emirate : DUBAI
30. "Well, ___-di-dah!" : LAH
32. The "I" of T.G.I.F. : ITS
33. Ogler's target : BOD
34. Actress Thurman : UMA
35. Clearheaded : SOBER
36. Left one's seat : AROSE
38. Lab runner : RAT
39. Sesame paste source : OILSEEDS
40. Discomposed : UNSTRUNG
44. Rest stop? : BED
45. Nuptial starter : PRE
46. Most recent : LATEST
47. Season in Bordeaux : ETE
49. Aberdeen folk : SCOTS
50. Extremist : ULTRA
51. Like hot fudge : GOOEY
52. Dolts : ASSES
54. Glazier's items : PANES
55. Fragrant compound : ESTER
57. Stumble : TRIP
61. J.F.K. terminal : TWA
62. Computer key, for short : ESC
63. Popular toast : RYE

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