New York Times, Thursday, July 9, 1998

Author: Norman S. Wizer
Editor: Will Shortz
Norman S. Wizer
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {J} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 29 for Mr. Wizer. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Like many a detective's trail : COLD
5. Asian taxi : CYCLO
10. Merit badge holder : SASH
14. Kind of "snackwich" : OREO
15. Light headwear? : HALOS
16. Earthenware pot : OLLA
17. Dummy : VENTRILOQUYFOIL
20. Prized : ESTEEMED
21. Rachmaninoff piece : ETUDE
22. Honor bestowed by Eliz. : OBE
23. Last of a Latin trio : AMAT
25. Another dummy : OPENBRIDGEHAND
32. Unstrict : LAX
33. Bringing forth fruit, as corn : EARING
34. Heater component : COIL
36. Opening bit : ANTE
38. With 60-Down, Whoopi's "Ghost" role : ODA
39. Sea terror : ORCA
40. "The one that got away" : YARN
41. One : UNITED
44. Indy 500 sponsor : STP
45. Yet another dummy : MAGAZINEMOCKUP
48. Idle on the screen : ERIC
49. Campaign pro : POL
50. Confidence game : STING
53. Keyboard professional : PIANISTE
58. And still another dummy : WINDOWMANNEQUIN
61. Works in the Uffizi : ARTE
62. Reason for celebration : RAISE
63. Biblical preposition : UNTO
64. Lout : BOOR
65. Streisand vehicle : YENTL
66. They're inflatable : EGOS
1. Sheltered nook : COVE
2. They're found in prospectors' sectors : ORES
3. Carnival follower : LENT
4. Idolize : DOTEON
5. Idle fancy : CHIMERA
6. Where the Clintons met : YALE
7. Lunkhead : CLOD
8. Stage dir. meaning "begins to speak" : LOQ
9. Columbus sch. : OSU
10. Mexican munchie : SOFTTACO
11. Baseball family name : ALOU
12. Used a firehouse pole : SLID
13. Sound : HALE
18. Jewish teacher : REBBE
19. Part of a Beatles refrain : YEAH
23. Paternal relative : AGNATE
24. "Falstaff" mezzo-soprano : MEG
25. Oil of ___ : OLAY
26. It began service in 1927 : PANAM
27. Unbilled person : EXTRA
28. Double-edged : IRONIC
29. Offed : DIDIN
30. From Oslo, to natives : NORSK
31. Mirabile ___ (wonderful to say) : DICTU
35. Reindeer herder : LAPP
37. Give rise to : ENGENDER
41. Cause of widespread firing? : UZI
42. Select for jury duty: Var. : EMPANEL
43. Blackmore heroine : DOONE
46. Constellation south of the Big Dipper : ARGO
47. In-group : CLIQUE
50. Tar : SWAB
51. Rookie: Var. : TIRO
52. Absorbed by : INTO
53. Annoyance : PAIN
54. Technical sch. : INST
55. Chinese dynasty overthrown by the Mongols : SUNG
56. Mambo king Puente : TITO
57. "The Dukes of Hazzard" spinoff : ENOS
59. Seinfeldesque : WRY
60. See 38-Across : MAE

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