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New York Times, Monday, February 22, 1999

Author:
Gregory E. Paul
Editor:
Will Shortz
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 65 for Mr. Paul. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1999, The New York TimesNo. 0222 ( 18,003 )

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Students & seniors
Across
1
Surrounding glow : AURA
5
Big name in daytime TV : OPRAH
10
Certain herring : SHAD
14
Swamp critter : CROC
15
Appalachian Trail's northern terminus : MAINE
16
Turkish bath decoration : TILE
17
Flee : HITTHEROAD
19
Pulitzer writer James : AGEE
20
Tee preceder : ESS
21
Deplaned : ALIT
22
Stockpile : GATHER
24
Actor Vigoda and others : ABES
25
Father : BEGET
26
Item in a magician's hat : RABBIT
29
Steep, as meat for barbecuing : MARINATE
32
Over 21 : ADULT
33
Determined to follow : SETON
34
Apr. 15 letters : IRS
35
Bog : MIRE
36
Flung : THREW
37
Like the world to pre-Columbians : FLAT
38
Site of ink...or oink : PEN
39
Russian range : URALS
40
It's shown on a projector : SLIDE
41
Dutch Guiana, today : SURINAME
43
The "S" in O.A.S. : STATES
44
Loosen, as laces : UNTIE
45
Gush forth : SPEW
46
Dry martini with a pearl onion : GIBSON
48
Sneaker, e.g. : SHOE
49
Tempe sch. : ASU
52
Judge's wear : ROBE
53
Flee : MAKETRACKS
56
Water pourer : EWER
57
Open-eyed : ALERT
58
Cheese on crackers : BRIE
59
Witch's facial blemish : WART
60
Hard up : NEEDY
61
Fax, say : SEND
Down
1
Result of overexercise : ACHE
2
"Exodus" author : URIS
3
Decomposes : ROTS
4
One of five in "Othello" : ACT
5
Brunch entree : OMELET
6
Capital on the Seine : PARIS
7
Civil uprising : RIOT
8
Santa ___, Calif. : ANA
9
Living "fence" : HEDGEROW
10
___ Island Ferry : STATEN
11
Flee : HIGHTAILIT
12
Away from the storm : ALEE
13
Bucks and does : DEER
18
Custom : HABIT
23
Opposed to, in the boondocks : AGIN
24
Skilled : ABLE
25
"Psycho" motel name : BATES
26
Wheelchair-accessible routes : RAMPS
27
French farewell : ADIEU
28
Flee : BURNRUBBER
29
Haggard who sang "Okie From Muskogee" : MERLE
30
Lifework : TRADE
31
1950's candidate Kefauver : ESTES
33
Embarrassment : SHAME
36
Casey Jones, e.g. : TRAINMAN
37
Imperfection : FLAW
39
"Do ___ others as..." : UNTO
40
Animal in a roundup : STEER
42
Advertising section : INSERT
43
Erratic : SPOTTY
45
Piece of broken pottery: Var. : SHERD
46
Sprouted : GREW
47
Des Moines is its capital : IOWA
48
___-Ball (arcade game) : SKEE
49
Farm division : ACRE
50
Scrape, as the knee : SKIN
51
Like hand-me-downs : USED
54
Pub pint : ALE
55
Stomach muscles : ABS

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