Patrick Berry
Patrick Berry

NY Times, Sun, Jul 11, 1999 DIAGRAMLESS

Author:Patrick Berry
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 18, Columns: 18, Words: , Blocks: 100, Across Lite
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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Fellow name on a title page : COAUTHOR
9. Babies-to-be : EMBRYOS
16. Surmount in excellence : OUTSHINE
17. Carefully distribute : DOLEOUT
18. Where "it's lonely" : ATTHETOP
19. Law : STATUTE
20. Most wily : SLIEST
21. Church amount : TITHE
22. "WKRP in Cincinnati" actor : TIMREID
24. Drive-in worker : CARHOP
25. Genesis woman : EVE
26. Stanch : STEM
28. Destructive : BANEFUL
29. In medias ___ : RES
30. Mideast pooh-bah : EMIR
32. Pucker-inducing : TART
33. Manipulate : USE
34. Very succinctly : INAWORD
36. Pioneered : LED
37. Utterly blown away : INAWE
38. Enter one's name electronically : LOGIN
39. Tot up : ADD
42. Catches, as a radio broadcast : TUNESIN
44. View : SEE
45. Some teeth : COGS
46. Cowboys or Indians : TEAM
48. "This means ___!" : WAR
51. Some firs : BALSAMS
53. Con big-time : SNOW
55. Hurry : HIE
56. Brand of glue : ELMERS
57. Gods in human form : AVATARS
59. It's slung in a slingshot : STONE
60. Extremely : EVERSO
61. Rear auto compartment : TONNEAU
64. Peacemaker : MEDIATOR
66. Exploratory trips : OUTINGS
67. Smooths : IRONSOUT
68. Broadbrim hat : STETSON
69. Pointless digressions : TANGENTS
1. Sled : COASTER
2. Last longer than : OUTLIVE
3. Occasionally : ATTIMES
4. Cinema employee : USHER
5. Big student projects : THESES
6. Cuneiform communicator : HITTITE
7. Lennon's love : ONO
8. Salesman : REP
9. Workers in publ. : EDS
10. Amusing remark : MOT
11. Obvious, as an error : BLATANT
12. Hang it up : RETIRE
13. Teenlike : YOUTHFUL
14. Head for the mountains? : OUTHOUSE
15. Like most churches : STEEPLED
23. Moore of "G.I. Jane" : DEMI
24. King, say : CARD
27. Servile underlings : MINIONS
28. Empty : BARE
31. Cowboy's home : RANGE
32. Nonstudent residents of a college community : TOWNIES
35. Trouser measurement : WAIST
38. Big guys : LUGS
39. Old insulator : ASBESTOS
40. Gave a hand : DEALTOUT
41. Canned food company : DELMONTE
42. Male turkeys : TOMS
43. Child watcher : NANA
45. Turns dangerously : CAREENS
47. Left the past behind : MOVEDON
48. Ethan Frome's creator : WHARTON
49. Freshens : AIRSOUT
50. Tourist magnets : RESORTS
52. Straw used in hatmaking : SENNIT
54. Like flags in the wind : WAVING
58. Pick on, maybe : TEASE
62. Long ___ : AGO
63. Org. with destroyers : USN
64. Cambridge sch. : MIT
65. Timeline segment : ERA
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