New York Times, Tuesday, September 7, 1999

Author: David Ainslie Macleod
Editor: Will Shortz
David Ainslie Macleod
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JKQZ} Spans: 1 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Macleod. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. On the loose, after "at" : LARGE
6. Orange throwaway : RIND
10. Bad day for Caesar : IDES
14. Orally : ALOUD
15. La Scala highlight : ARIA
16. Richard of "Runaway Bride" : GERE
17. Pondered : MUSED
18. Place for a phone number, often : DOGCOLLAR
20. John Glenn or Davy Crockett, e.g. : AMERICANHERO
22. Bring up : REAR
23. Copier additive : TONER
27. Extreme cruelty : SADISM
30. Spy's writing, perhaps : CODE
33. N.Y.'s Fifth, e.g. : AVE
34. Leap for Lipinski : AXEL
35. Floods on purpose : IRRIGATES
37. Beatles hit sung by Ringo : YELLOWSUBMARINE
40. Kindred feelings : EMPATHIES
41. Price tag : COST
42. "Go, team!" : RAH
43. Parasite's home : HOST
44. Cultural group : ETHNOS
46. Sarcastic : SNIDE
48. Icicle's locale : EAVE
49. Man with a monkey, stereotypically : ORGANGRINDER
56. Torus-shaped candy : LIFESAVER
59. Spread salt on, perhaps : DEICE
60. At any time : EVER
61. Webmaster's creation : SITE
62. D-Day beach : OMAHA
63. Turner and Williams : TEDS
64. Attention-getter : PSST
65. Disinfectant brand : LYSOL
1. Dalai ___ : LAMA
2. Homecoming figure : ALUM
3. Crimson Glory, for one : ROSE
4. Castro, prior to 1959 : GUERRILLA
5. Whirling currents : EDDIES
6. "M*A*S*H" role : RADAR
7. Anemic's need : IRON
8. Close at hand : NIGH
9. Carp's kin : DACE
10. Hemispherical home : IGLOO
11. N.J. neighbor : DEL
12. Notable time : ERA
13. Sun. delivery : SER
19. Daniel of Nicaragua : ORTEGA
21. Pushrod pusher : CAM
24. Republic : NATION
25. "Despite all that..." : EVENSO
26. Puts back to zero : RESETS
27. Grid great Gale : SAYERS
28. Hewer : AXEMAN
29. Oracle site : DELPHI
30. Salad oil holder : CRUET
31. Spheres : ORBS
32. Not too brainy : DIM
35. Fertility goddess : ISIS
36. Lex Luthor, to Superman : ARCHENEMY
38. Catchall category : OTHERS
39. One of the five W's : WHO
44. Musician's asset : EAR
45. Small-screen heartthrob : TVIDOL
47. Idlers' opposites : DOERS
48. Everglades wader : EGRET
50. ["Good heavens!"] : GASP
51. Budget rival : AVIS
52. Trawlers' gear : NETS
53. "Buenos ___" : DIAS
54. Canyon sound : ECHO
55. Heartfelt : REAL
56. Voided tennis shot : LET
57. "___ Got a Secret" : IVE
58. Spooned in : FED

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