New York Times, Tuesday, August 25, 1998

Author: Randy Sowell
Editor: Will Shortz
Randy Sowell
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {WZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Sowell. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Web surfer's need : MODEM
6. Gulf war foe : IRAQ
10. Moola : GELT
14. Levi's "Christ Stopped at ___" : EBOLI
15. In ___ (undisturbed) : SITU
16. Iris's place : UVEA
17. "Eat hearty!" : DIGIN
18. Play opener : ACTI
19. Puppies' plaints : YIPS
20. Clotheshorses : FASHIONPLATES
23. 106, to Caesar : CVI
25. Bit : TAD
26. Booby trap : SNARE
27. Harsh conditions : RIGORS
29. See 33-Across : FONDA
32. Earthy hue : OCHRE
33. With 29-Across, "Barbarella" star : JANE
34. ___ Na Na : SHA
37. Signal receivers : SATELLITEDISHES
41. Soon-to-be grads: Abbr. : SRS
42. Noted lithographer : IVES
43. Finland, to the Finns : SUOMI
44. Rocky rival Apollo ___ : CREED
46. Tar pits locale : LABREA
47. Put on, as glue : APPLY
50. Tinker or Evers or Chance : CUB
51. C & W channel : TNN
52. Common tabloid topics : FLYINGSAUCERS
57. Artificial bait : LURE
58. Led Zeppelin's genre : ROCK
59. Grinned from ear to ear : LITUP
62. "Right on!" : AMEN
63. Shot, e.g. : AMMO
64. Relaxed : LOOSE
65. Sermon passage : TEXT
66. Suds : BEER
67. Colorado ski resort : ASPEN
1. Club ___ : MED
2. "Shogun" apparel : OBI
3. Sopwith Camel/Fokker clashes : DOGFIGHTS
4. Lamb's "Essays of ___" : ELIA
5. Old-time trouper : MINSTREL
6. "Why? Because ___ so!" : ISAID
7. "Little Caesar" role : RICO
8. Envelope abbr. : ATTN
9. Witty remark : QUIP
10. Neighbor of Suriname : GUYANA
11. Title role for Madonna : EVITA
12. Shunned one : LEPER
13. Café au lait holder : TASSE
21. Owns : HAS
22. "Acid" : LSD
23. Antivampire aid : CROSS
24. "The ___ of Wakefield" : VICAR
28. Change from a krone : ORE
29. Ill-___ (doomed) : FATED
30. Wallet wad : ONES
31. Beatty of "Deliverance" : NED
33. Nonsense talk : JIVE
34. Rizzuto or Reese : SHORTSTOP
35. Macho types : HEMEN
36. Like most Turks : ASIAN
38. "The check is in the mail," perhaps : LIE
39. Backer of Columbus : ISABELLA
40. Long sandwich : SUB
44. Grisham title, with "The" : CLIENT
45. Painter Rembrandt van ___ : RYN
46. Capt. Jean-___ Picard : LUC
47. Key above G : AFLAT
48. Old-fashioned pen : PLUME
49. Heat-resistant glass : PYREX
50. "My Fair Lady" director George : CUKOR
53. Snatch : GRAB
54. A few : SOME
55. Zenith : ACME
56. Guadalquivir et al. : RIOS
60. Take advantage of : USE
61. Parker or Waterman : PEN

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