New York Times, Monday, August 3, 1998

Author: Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Salomon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 11 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "Pow!" : SOCK
5. Italian sports cars : FIATS
10. Places for rent: Abbr. : APTS
14. Be sore : ACHE
15. Tennis star Agassi : ANDRE
16. Fox or turkey follower : TROT
17. "No way!" : THINKAGAIN
19. Architect Saarinen : EERO
20. Busybody : YENTA
21. Lid decoration? : EYESHADOW
23. B.&O. and Reading, e.g.: Abbr. : RRS
24. Mas' partners : PAS
26. The March King : SOUSA
27. "No way!" : JUSTFORGETIT
31. Bus stations : DEPOTS
34. Sneaky scheme : RUSE
35. Money for old age, for short : IRA
36. ___ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
37. Put in rollers : SET
38. Hosiery problem : SNAG
39. Woody's ex-mate : MIA
40. ___ de vivre : JOIE
42. Churchill flashed them during W.W. II : VSIGNS
44. "No way!" : INYOURDREAMS
47. Common sprain spot : ANKLE
48. Gene material, in brief : RNA
49. Baby bear : CUB
52. One who can see what you're saying : LIPREADER
55. Classic Alan Ladd western : SHANE
57. Jacob's twin : ESAU
58. "No way!" : NOTACHANCE
60. French seas : MERS
61. "No man is an island" poet John : DONNE
62. Drubbing : ROUT
63. Clockmaker Thomas : SETH
64. Speechify : ORATE
65. Teachers' favorites : PETS
1. Nymph chaser : SATYR
2. Yellowish brown : OCHER
3. Spots for goatees : CHINS
4. Clark of The Daily Planet : KENT
5. Airline watchdog grp. : FAA
6. Eat : INGEST
7. "An apple ___..." : ADAY
8. Auditions (for) : TRIESOUT
9. Light detectors : SENSORS
10. "Relax, private!" : ATEASE
11. Before : PREDATING
12. Matador's threat : TORO
13. Put in the overhead rack : STOW
18. Finito : KAPUT
22. More than large : HUGE
25. Complete jerk : ASS
27. Slangy coffee : JOE
28. Less constrained : FREER
29. Teheran's nation : IRAN
30. Places for prices : TAGS
31. Moore of "G.I. Jane" : DEMI
32. Land of the leprechauns : ERIN
33. Share (in) : PLAYAPART
37. Delivery entrance, often : SIDEDOOR
38. Bro's counterpart : SIS
40. Diner music player, informally : JUKE
41. Home of Disney World : ORLANDO
42. Florist's vehicle : VAN
43. Break into smithereens : SMASH
45. Surge : ONRUSH
46. Roving, as a knight : ERRANT
49. It needs a good paddling : CANOE
50. In its original form, as a movie : UNCUT
51. Red vegetables : BEETS
52. Moon vehicles : LEMS
53. Psychiatrist's reply : ISEE
54. Sicilian spouter : ETNA
56. Angel's instrument : HARP
59. Dee's predecessor : CEE

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