New York Times, Tuesday, August 3, 1999

Author: Dave Tuller
Editor: Will Shortz
Dave Tuller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {FQZ} This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Tuller. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Plotting group : CABAL
6. "Get away!" : SCAT
10. Propped open, perhaps : AJAR
14. Radarange maker : AMANA
15. Pal of Piglet : POOH
16. "But wait, there's ___!" : MORE
17. Person who looks exactly like another : BODYDOUBLE
19. Verne captain : NEMO
20. District : AREA
21. Union Pacific et al.: Abbr. : RRS
22. 1978 Burt Reynolds film : HOOPER
24. Constantly find fault with : NAG
25. Storage box : BIN
26. Make drinks : BARTEND
27. Vice President from Tennessee : ALGORE
29. School for martial arts : DOJO
30. "Sprechen ___ Deutsch?" : SIE
31. Cater basely : PANDER
33. Mark for life : SCAR
34. Person who looks exactly like another : IDENTICALTWIN
38. Got 100% on : ACED
39. High points : MAXIMA
40. VCR button : REC
41. German-built car : OPEL
43. "Melt in your mouth" candy : MANDMS
47. "The Screwtape Letters" writer : CSLEWIS
49. Son of, in Arabic names : IBN
50. "Oh" de Cologne? : ACH
51. Closely trimmed : SHAVEN
52. It precedes "Blastoff!" : ONE
53. Aptly named fruit : UGLI
54. "Able was ___..." : IERE
55. Person who looks exactly like another : DEADRINGER
58. At no time, in poetry : NEER
59. Yearn (for) : ACHE
60. Porterhouse, e.g. : STEAK
61. Airport info: Abbr. : ETDS
62. Sauce thickener : ROUX
63. Some people lock them : HORNS
1. Bathhouse : CABANA
2. Unprincipled : AMORAL
3. No-goodnik : BADEGG
4. Novelist Seton : ANYA
5. Young boy : LAD
6. Turn away : SPURN
7. Corn leftovers : COBS
8. Prodigy alternative, for short : AOL
9. Leon Uris novel : THEHAJ
10. Response to "Are too!" : AMNOT
11. "My Cousin Vinny" star : JOEPESCI
12. Azerbaijani's neighbor : ARMENIAN
13. Stock up on again : REORDER
18. Prepare, as incoming students : ORIENT
23. ___ y plata (Montana's motto) : ORO
25. Ingredient in many cereals : BRAN
26. Common cleanser : BORAX
28. Kind of page : OPED
29. Bike stick-on : DECAL
32. March of ___ : DIMES
33. Kind of dive : SWAN
34. Winter driving hazard : ICESHEET
35. Bid, in bridge : DECLARED
36. Flexible : LIMBER
37. Eliot Ness, e.g. : TMAN
38. Inverse math function : ARCSINE
41. Be in debt to : OWE
42. Greek odist : PINDAR
44. Stiletto or dirk : DAGGER
45. "American Pie" singer Don : MCLEAN
46. Evades, as work : SHIRKS
48. Tinker to ___ to Chance : EVERS
49. Dow Jones Average, e.g. : INDEX
52. Waikiki's island : OAHU
53. Golden rule word : UNTO
56. Author Umberto : ECO
57. Kind of: Suffix : ISH

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