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New York Times, Tuesday, November 30, 1999

Author:
Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor:
Will Shortz
Veep who went to a Graduate School of Religion
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Elizabeth C. Gorski

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQWZ} This is puzzle # 49 for Ms. Gorski. Tuesday freshness: 13%
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© 1999, The New York Times11/30/99 ( No. 18,284 )
Across
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Waldorf ___ : SALAD
6
Per : EACH
10
Home paper : DEED
14
Sorbonne, e.g. : ECOLE
15
Number of Heinz flavors in old Rome? : LVII
16
Columnist Bombeck : ERMA
17
Uninvolved : ALOOF
18
How some kids ride : PIGGYBACK
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A book one shouldn't miss : MUSTREAD
22
Good drink for the flu : HOTTEA
23
Opposite of a ques. : ANS
24
Tempe sch. : ASU
25
"Star-Spangled Banner" preposition : OER
26
Diagonal (to) : CATTYCORNER
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Some Surrealist works : MIROS
32
LAX posting : ETA
33
It goes with the flow : LAVA
37
Part of the German/Polish border : ODER
38
The privileged : HAVES
40
Singer Redding : OTIS
41
Barbershop call : NEXT
42
Source of iron : ORE
43
Voting groups : BLOCS
44
Where to pontificate : BULLYPULPIT
47
Union foe: Abbr. : CSA
50
Show presenter on base, briefly : USO
51
Part of E.U.: Abbr. : EUR
52
Veep who went to a Graduate School of Religion : ALGORE
54
They're between D's and E's on guitars : ASTRINGS
59
Diners' requests : DOGGYBAGS
61
Key material : IVORY
62
Shake up : ROIL
63
"Garfield" dog : ODIE
64
Grand ___ : TETON
65
Guarded rapier : EPEE
66
Desires : YENS
67
Largest tributary of the Missouri : OSAGE
Down
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It's in stitches : SEAM
2
It may take a case pro bono : ACLU
3
British "rest stations" : LOOS
4
Gobs : ALOT
5
Helps pay for : DEFRAYS
6
Rio Grande city : ELPASO
7
Enthusiastic : AVID
8
Smoke, informally : CIG
9
They can rock the boat : HIGHSEAS
10
National ___ : DEBT
11
Muse of poetry : ERATO
12
One who rules the roast : EMCEE
13
Senegal's capital : DAKAR
19
"What's ___ pleasure?" : YOUR
21
S.A.S.E., e.g. : ENC
24
Pay to play : ANTE
26
"Let's go!" : CMON
27
West Wing worker : AIDE
28
Frightening dinosaur : TREX
29
Reason to sue : TORT
30
Celebrate : REVEL
33
Take it easy : LOLL
34
Sitting on : ATOP
35
"Veni, vidi, ___" : VICI
36
Secy. : ASST
38
Part of an estate's staff : HOUSEBOY
39
Folk's Guthrie : ARLO
43
It's full of beans : BURRITO
44
Hide well : BURY
45
Affirmatives : YESSES
46
"___ a lid on it!" : PUT
47
Training group : CADRE
48
Sailing vessel : SLOOP
49
Texas A&M athlete : AGGIE
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Look up and down : OGLE
54
Opposed, in Dogpatch : AGIN
55
Currier's partner : IVES
56
___ care in the world : NOTA
57
Tavern order : GROG
58
End of a New Year's Eve song : SYNE
60
Soft drink : ADE

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