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New York Times, Wednesday, June 4, 1997

Author:
Nancy S. Ross
Editor:
Will Shortz
Mahler's "Das Lied von der ___"
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Nancy S. Ross

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {FJQZ} Spans: 2 Puzzle has duplicate clues. This is puzzle # 45 for Ms. Ross. Wednesday freshness: 4%
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© 1997, The New York Times6/4/97 ( No. 17,375 )
Across
1
A single time : ONCE
5
Stephen King's home state : MAINE
10
Porgy's beloved : BESS
14
Gloucester's king : LEAR
15
Jostle : ELBOW
16
Teatro ___ Scala : ALLA
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20
Book addendum : APPENDIX
21
Striped chalcedony : AGATE
22
Guest room, frequently : DEN
23
Prosciutto : HAM
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Selfish sort : TAKER
34
Ring shout : OLE
35
Chinese nurse : AMAH
36
Bridge achievement : SLAM
37
Snack items : CHIPS
39
In ___ (undisturbed) : SITU
40
Rival of Rival : ALPO
41
Darling of the diamond : RON
42
Boobs : ASSES
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Wonder : AWE
48
Actor Beatty : NED
49
Play for time : STALL
53
Academic term : SEMESTER
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Shortly : ANON
62
Kind of flare or system : SOLAR
63
"___ Named Sue" : ABOY
64
Well-bred chap : GENT
65
Porterhouse kin : TBONE
66
Kesey and Follett : KENS
Down
1
One of Chekhov's Three Sisters : OLGA
2
Tide type : NEAP
3
Gefilte fish ingredient : CARP
4
Mahler's "Das Lied von der ___" : ERDE
5
Tailor, at times : MENDER
6
Describing some skiing : ALPINE
7
Old World goat : IBEX
8
Neither's partner : NOR
9
One welcomed to the fold? : EWE
10
[Just like that!] : BANG
11
Lamb's pen name : ELIA
12
Blind segment : SLAT
13
Red-tag event : SALE
18
Where Saul consulted a witch : ENDOR
19
Identify : NAME
23
Servants : HELP
24
"The ___ have it" : AYES
25
Arum lily : CALLA
26
Giraffe's relative : OKAPI
27
Fruit at the bar : LEMON
28
Bringing off : DOING
29
Dated : PASSE
30
Wrong : AMISS
31
Hotel charges : RATES
32
Consequently : THUS
33
Nicholas or Alexander : TSAR
37
Be exultant : CROW
38
Gordie of the N.H.L. : HOWE
42
European viper : ADDER
44
Debutante's affair : BALL
45
Kind of show or band : ONEMAN
46
Shy and modest : DEMURE
49
Small setback : SNAG
50
Sound quality : TONE
51
Bath's county : AVON
52
Mardi Gras follower : LENT
53
Manche capital : STLO
54
Mt. Rushmore's state: Abbr. : SDAK
55
Start of a Hamlet soliloquy : TOBE
56
Subj. for an M.B.A. : ECON
57
Actor John ___-Davies : RHYS
59
Suffix with vocal : IST
60
Sorrowful sound : SOB

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