New York Times, Monday, June 29, 1998

Author: Gregory E. Paul
Editor: Will Shortz
Gregory E. Paul
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 60 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Polish's partner : SPIT
5. Silents actress Normand : MABEL
10. Disappearing phone feature : DIAL
14. Busy person's list heading : TODO
15. "The Barber of Seville," e.g. : OPERA
16. Loafing : IDLE
17. Dreadful end : DOOM
18. Hornswoggle : CHEAT
19. Butcher's stock : MEAT
20. Short-lived success : FLASHINTHEPAN
23. Skull : HEAD
24. Building wing : ELL
25. Skirt fold : PLEAT
28. Second-stringer : SUB
31. Command to Bowser : FETCH
35. Windpipe, e.g. : AIRWAY
37. Spigot : TAP
39. Not worth a ___ : SOU
40. Backstabber : SNAKEINTHEGRASS
44. 6-3, in tennis : SET
45. Letter before "cue" : PEE
46. Forewarns : ALERTS
47. Crumble, as support : ERODE
50. Any planet : ORB
52. Analyze : ASSAY
53. "Independence Day" invaders : ETS
55. Farm fraction : ACRE
57. Old fogy : STICKINTHEMUD
63. Trendy : CHIC
64. Die down : ABATE
65. Sombrero feature : BRIM
67. One of six for a hexagon : SIDE
68. x, mathwise : TIMES
69. Liquid rock : LAVA
70. Profess : AVER
71. Perfect places : EDENS
72. Enthusiasm : ELAN
1. The usual: Abbr. : STD
2. [It's gone!] : POOF
3. False god : IDOL
4. Hiawatha's weapon : TOMAHAWK
5. Coffee shop order : MOCHA
6. Plant pests : APHIDS
7. Existed : BEEN
8. The "E" in Q.E.D. : ERAT
9. Carpenter's machine : LATHE
10. Feature of a baby face : DIMPLE
11. The very notion : IDEA
12. TV's Thicke : ALAN
13. "___ Me Call You Sweetheart" : LET
21. Caterpillar hairs : SETAE
22. North Pole toymaker : ELF
25. Old hat : PASSE
26. The Titanic, e.g. : LINER
27. Muse of poetry : ERATO
29. Out-and-out : UTTER
30. Old-fashioned "Phooey!" : BAH
32. Russian royals : TSARS
33. ___ Rica : COSTA
34. Impudent girl : HUSSY
36. Kennel sound : YIP
38. Black-eyed ___ : PEA
41. Prefix with colonial : NEO
42. Blinding light : GLARE
43. Look like : RESEMBLE
48. Salt, e.g. : DEICER
49. And so on, for short : ETC
51. Close securely, with "down" : BATTEN
54. Rollerblade : SKATE
56. Deep Blue's game : CHESS
57. Switchblade : SHIV
58. Ocean motion : TIDE
59. Footnote abbr. : IBID
60. Christen : NAME
61. Russia's ___ Mountains : URAL
62. Beverly Sills, e.g. : DIVA
63. Civil War letters : CSA
66. Million ___ March : MAN

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