New York Times, Thursday, March 5, 1998

Author: Wayne Robert Williams
Editor: Will Shortz
Wayne Robert Williams
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JKQVXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 38 for Mr. Williams. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Composer Khachaturian : ARAM
5. Starting letters in military code : ALFAS
10. Asian holidays : TETS
14. Electronics giant : SONY
15. It may be sweet : TOOTH
16. Indian tourist town : AGRA
17. "Georgia on My Mind" composer : HOAGYCARMICHAEL
20. B.P.O.E. cousin : IOOF
21. Any of the Furies : ERINYS
22. Circumspect : CHARY
25. Serf : HELOT
27. War admiral under Charles II : EARLOFSANDWICH
32. O.R. personnel : DRS
33. Nasal partitions : SEPTA
34. Where to make waves : SALON
36. Half brother of Hermes : ARES
38. Deep-six : DITCH
40. Thou-shalt-not : NONO
41. Thousand Island alternative : RANCH
43. Outfit : GETUP
45. Jack of "Barney Miller" : SOO
46. More than fans : HEROWORSHIPERS
49. Skips : OMITS
50. It can be found in runes : NORSE
51. Hot : STOLEN
54. Plutarch biographical subject : CATO
56. Blue Meanies musical : YELLOWSUBMARINE
62. Compelled : MADE
63. Japanese immigrant : ISSEI
64. Irish name : ERIN
65. Iditarod Trail transport : SLED
66. Gets 30-Down : NEARS
67. Tear to pieces : REND
1. Blond shade : ASH
2. Friend of Tigger : ROO
3. Literary snippets : ANA
4. 1965 Temptations hit : MYGIRL
5. Old record label : ATCO
6. It has two heels : LOAF
7. On behalf of : FOR
8. Where to use a PIN : ATM
9. Guard : SHIELD
10. Papeete resident : TAHITIAN
11. First governor of Alaska : EGAN
12. Rare trick-taker : TREY
13. "Do the Right Thing" pizzeria : SALS
18. Is wildly unstable : YOYOS
19. Toots one's own horn : CROWS
22. Moth-repellent wood : CEDAR
23. 70's-80's All-Star Toby : HARRAH
24. Leblanc's Lupin : ARSENE
25. They may be mad : HATTERS
26. Passes : ENACTS
28. Stoked : FED
29. Tap : SPIGOT
30. Comparatively contiguous : CLOSER
31. A-student's conferral : HONORS
35. Lasso loop : NOOSE
37. Viewed more text, perhaps : SCROLLED
39. "Say, what?" : HUH
42. Similar: Prefix : HOMEO
44. Ship of 1492 : PINTA
47. Advantageous to both sides : WINWIN
48. Not as good : POORER
51. Cabaret singer Sylvia : SYMS
52. Shade of blue : TEAL
53. "Ye" follower, sometimes : OLDE
54. One with a handle : CBER
55. "Jake's Thing" novelist : AMIS
57. Maui-to-Hawaii dir. : SSE
58. Olympics chant : USA
59. Steamed state : IRE
60. "Henry & June" role : NIN
61. Kind of user : END

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