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New York Times, Monday, January 11, 1999

Author:
Randall J. Hartman
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Randall J. Hartman

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 28 for Mr. Hartman. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1999, The New York TimesNo. 0111 ( 17,961 )

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Students & seniors
Across
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Begin, as school : ENTER
6
St. Peter's Square figure : POPE
10
Broadway "Auntie" : MAME
14
Peter of "Casablanca" : LORRE
15
Cards up one's sleeve? : ACES
16
Muslim holy man : IMAM
17
Any one of God's creatures : BEING
18
Classic Bette Davis line from "Beyond the Forest" : WHATADUMP
20
Second-place finishers : ALSORANS
22
Call forth : ELICIT
23
WNW's opposite : ESE
24
DiCaprio, to fans : LEO
25
Lock opener : KEY
26
Proceeding easily, at last : OVERTHEHUMP
31
Dallas's locale : TEXAS
32
Metal to be refined : ORE
33
Res ___ loquitur : IPSA
37
Tempers : IRES
38
Flogged : CANED
40
Underground vegetable : BEET
41
Miss America wears one : SASH
42
___ de Janeiro : RIO
43
Word on mail from Spain : AEREO
44
Oscar-winning role for Tom Hanks : FORRESTGUMP
47
Greyhound, e.g. : BUS
50
Slalom curve : ESS
51
It's perpendicular to long. : LAT
52
Golden Delicious and others : APPLES
54
1966 Simon and Garfunkel hit : IAMAROCK
59
High school parking lot fixture : SPEEDBUMP
61
Religious law : CANON
62
Soho socials : TEAS
63
Responsibility : ONUS
64
Blackjack phrase : HITME
65
Flubs : ERRS
66
Sage : WISE
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Run off to the chapel : ELOPE
Down
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Exile site for Napoleon : ELBA
2
Christmas : NOEL
3
Speaker of Cooperstown : TRIS
4
Cube inventor Rubik : ERNO
5
Brief turndown to an invitation : REGRETS
6
Oklahoma Indian : PAWNEE
7
Newspaperman Adolph : OCHS
8
Stew morsel : PEA
9
Highly regarded : ESTEEMED
10
Skirt style : MIDI
11
Frenzied: Var. : AMUCK
12
Mrs. Eisenhower : MAMIE
13
Running on ___ : EMPTY
19
Not straight : ALOP
21
Fire remnant : ASH
24
Tackle box item : LURE
26
Mayberry jail habitué : OTIS
27
Actress Miles : VERA
28
Alimony receivers : EXES
29
Poison ivy woe : RASH
30
Courtroom addressee, with "your" : HONOR
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"___ to differ!" : IBEG
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Lima's land : PERU
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Appear : SEEM
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Surmounting : ATOP
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Medieval weapon : CROSSBOW
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Broadcasts : AIRS
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Diplomat's aide : ATTACHE
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Corn, to chickens : FEED
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Run out : ELAPSE
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Uncle ___ : SAM
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Sew with loose stitches : BASTE
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Certain berth : UPPER
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Weapon that's thrown : SPEAR
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More or ___ : LESS
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Radio man Don : IMUS
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Train track : RAIL
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Word after catch or hang : ONTO
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Free ticket : COMP
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Bouncing baby's seat : KNEE
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Single: Prefix : UNI

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