New York Times, Thursday, July 31, 1997

Author: Trip Payne
Editor: Will Shortz
Trip Payne
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Payne. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Blue Sky" Oscar winner : LANGE
6. Derbies : HATS
10. Washstand item : EWER
14. Emblazon : ADORN
15. Gillette product : ATRA
16. Inner vision : XRAY
17. Lose it : GOMAD
18. Moistened clay : LOAM
19. Worry : CARE
20. Start of a quip : SOMEOFMYPLAYS
23. It's frequently 72 : PAR
24. Eastern European : SLAV
25. Speaker of the quip : JMBARRIE
30. "Daniel Boone" actor : EDAMES
34. Vichy water : EAU
35. Long-necked lute : SITAR
37. Play for time : STALL
38. Tenor in "The Flying Dutchman" : ERIK
40. Brazilian seaport : NATAL
42. I-79's northern terminus : ERIE
43. Rx items : PILLS
45. Manila's island : LUZON
47. Revolutionary nickname : CHE
48. Go forth : SETOUT
50. Part 2 of the quip : PETEROUT
52. "Camelot" actor Franco : NERO
54. Jack of "Barney Miller" : SOO
55. End of the quip : ANDSOMEPANOUT
61. Prefix with distant : EQUI
62. Tennis star Novotna : JANA
63. "___ Grows in Brooklyn" : ATREE
65. History, according to Ford : BUNK
66. Shortly : ANON
67. Loose-fitting dresses : TENTS
68. Cornerstone : BASE
69. Cleo's lane : NILE
70. Car bomb? : EDSEL
1. Trail : LAG
2. Hurly-burlies : ADOS
3. Dodgers pitcher Hideo : NOMO
4. Nana's husband : GRAMPA
5. Makes beloved : ENDEARS
6. 50 percent : HALF
7. Physicist's concern : ATOM
8. Parts of airplane seats : TRAYS
9. Taste : SAMPLE
10. Mine : EXCAVATE
11. "King Kong" star : WRAY
12. What otoscopes examine : EARS
13. Manhattan ingredient : RYE
21. Sen. Hatch : ORRIN
22. Fellas : LADS
25. Off-road vehicles : JEEPS
26. Actress Wilson : MARIE
27. Put up : BUILT
28. Underlining equiv. : ITAL
29. Consume : EATUP
31. First name in exploration : MARCO
32. Donor Yale : ELIHU
33. Winter forecast : SLEET
36. Flatten : RAZE
39. Solitaire game : KLONDIKE
41. "___ luck!" : LOTSA
44. Petitions : SUES
46. Newborn : NEONATE
49. Hector was one : TROJAN
51. Searched for truffles, maybe : ROOTED
53. Muscat native : OMANI
55. Greenish-blue : AQUA
56. Cloistresses : NUNS
57. Chemical compound : ENOL
58. Glazier's item : PANE
59. Coffee brewers : URNS
60. French bean? : TETE
61. Abate : EBB
64. Immigrant's course: Abbr. : ESL

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