New York Times, Wednesday, June 9, 1999

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 42 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Rice dish : PILAF
6. "See ___?" : THIS
10. Some bank hldgs. : IRAS
14. Actress Deborah : ADAIR
15. Put to sleep, in a way : ROCK
16. Have an impact on : DOTO
17. Start of a quote : TOOMANYPIECESOF
20. Part of a Road & Track course : ESS
21. Cousin of a tearoom : CAFE
22. Hematologist's study : PLASMA
23. El ___, Tex. : PASO
24. List ender : ETAL
25. Speaker of the quote : IGORSTRAVINSKY
31. River connected by canal to the Tiber : ARNO
32. Sharp movements : TICS
33. Legal thing : RES
35. Spring times : MAYS
36. Spring arrivals, on a farm : FOALS
38. Carry's partner : CASH
39. Latin I verb : AMO
40. Late-night pioneer : PAAR
41. ___ consequence : OFNO
42. Part 2 of the quote : MUSICFINISHTOO
47. Chemical endings : INES
48. Q ___ queen : ASIN
49. Eastern religion : SHINTO
52. Kind of gen. : BRIG
53. Sonny and Cher, once : DUO
56. End of the quote : LONGAFTERTHEEND
59. Story opening : ONCE
60. Family dog : FIDO
61. Make merry? : ELATE
62. Kodiak, e.g. : BEAR
63. Eruption : SPEW
64. Geniuses they're not : DODOS
1. Fancy spread : PATE
2. Wedding exchange : IDOS
3. Mekong River country : LAOS
4. Ambition : AIM
5. Donnybrook : FRACAS
6. Seek : TRYFOR
7. Word before and after "against" : HOPE
8. Here, in France : ICI
9. People with questions : SKEPTICS
10. Things to uphold : IDEALS
11. The supreme Supreme : ROSS
12. Speck : ATOM
13. Parlor piece : SOFA
18. Boss Tweed skewerer : NAST
19. Reunion groups : CLANS
23. Mavens : PROS
24. The dark force : EVIL
25. "___ lineman for the county" (Glen Campbell lyric) : IAMA
26. Senator Phil : GRAMM
27. "The joke's ___!" : ONYOU
28. Pole Position game company : ATARI
29. Velveeta maker : KRAFT
30. Kind of question : YESNO
34. "Begone!" : SHOO
36. Showdowns : FACEOFFS
37. Klutzes : OAFS
38. Attorney Roy : COHN
40. Niña's companion : PINTA
43. Bass, e.g. : SINGER
44. One-lane : NARROW
45. "What ___ now?" : ISIT
46. Expressed wistfulness : SIGHED
49. Neatnik's opposite : SLOB
50. Sharpen : HONE
51. Ancient Andean : INCA
52. Eliot title character : BEDE
53. Lacking oomph : DEAD
54. "For ___ us a child is born..." : UNTO
55. Poems of praise : ODES
57. "The dapple in the eighth," e.g. : TIP
58. 1980 rock inits. : ELO

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