New York Times, Tuesday, September 28, 1999

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQVZ} This is puzzle # 47 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. What some detectors detect : RADAR
6. Lip : SASS
10. Stage item : PROP
14. Battery part : ANODE
15. Killer whale : ORCA
16. "___ Camera" : IAMA
17. Good-lookin' fellah : STUDMUFFIN
19. Summers in Québec : ETES
20. ___ Majesty : HER
21. "Unfortunately..." : ALAS
22. Adequate, as a living : DECENT
24. Layer : TIER
25. Skillful maneuver : FINESSE
26. 1992 Elton John hit : THEONE
29. Mass part : CREDO
30. Less : MINUS
31. Chief of staff under Nixon : HAIG
32. Traditional hazing site : FRAT
36. Sleep like ___ : ALOG
37. Brief role : CAMEO
38. Robin Cook thriller : COMA
39. Snack : NOSH
40. Nile reptiles : ASPS
41. Betray : RATON
42. Popular mints : CERTS
44. Fireplace supplies : POKERS
45. One who's experienced release : PAROLEE
48. Low-cal : LITE
49. Principles : AXIOMS
50. "Little Women" woman : BETH
51. Tree juice : SAP
54. Swim's alternative : SINK
55. Hon : SWEETIEPIE
58. Sushi bar order: Var. : SAKI
59. Ogled : EYED
60. "The Cloister and the Hearth" writer : READE
61. "So what ___ is new?" : ELSE
62. Certain volleyball shots : SETS
63. Change : ALTER
1. Unthought-out : RASH
2. At times it's upped : ANTE
3. Hardly upbeat : DOUR
4. Tally (up) : ADD
5. Stays behind : REMAINS
6. To date : SOFAR
7. Canine sounds : ARFS
8. School subj. : SCI
9. Padre's place : SANDIEGO
10. "Easy!" : PIECEOFCAKE
11. A dime a minute, and others : RATES
12. Signs : OMENS
13. Wallop : PASTE
18. Oscar-nominated Peter Fonda role : ULEE
23. Loaf part : END
24. Not the easiest person to deal with : TOUGHCOOKIE
25. Common side order : FRIES
26. Investigator, of sorts : TMAN
27. Hawaiian city : HILO
28. Deputy sheriff of TV's Hazzard County : ENOS
29. Bivouacs : CAMPS
31. Speed : HASTE
33. Kind of learning : ROTE
34. Love, to Luis : AMOR
35. Catches some rays : TANS
37. Strokes : CARESSES
41. 90's-style nest egg : ROTHIRA
43. Spreading tree : ELM
44. Sex symbol Brad : PITT
45. Old hat : PASSE
46. Variety of symmetry : AXIAL
47. Skating sites : RINKS
48. English university city : LEEDS
50. Borscht need : BEET
51. To-do : SPAT
52. Helper : AIDE
53. Equal : PEER
56. ___ peace accord (1998 agreement) : WYE
57. Wriggler : EEL

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