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New York Times, Thursday, September 19, 2002

Goddess whose children were swallowed by Cronus

Author:
Randolph Ross
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Randolph Ross

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 34 This is puzzle # 70 for Mr. Ross.
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© 2002, The New York Times9/19/02 ( No. 19,308 )
Across
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Draw : TIEGAME
8
Blinking light, maybe : WARNING
15
Kind of calendar with 18 months : AZTECAN
16
Georgia neighbor : ARMENIA
17
"Relax!" : DONTWORRY
18
Classic sci-fi story, with "The" : LOSTWORLD
19
Purim time : ADAR
20
First dog in space : LAIKA
22
Children's author Ennis : REES
23
West Coast air hub, for short : SFO
25
Medical manual maker : MERCK
27
Person with a mike : EMCEE
30
Polit. label : IND
31
Charles ___ : ATLAS
35
Top of a dial : XII
36
Pedestal part : DADO
38
Reveal : UNVEIL
39
Adroit beginning? : MAL
40
Evidence of a shooting : EXITWOUND
42
Robert Morse theater role : TRU
43
New arrival : EMIGRE
45
Goddess whose children were swallowed by Cronus : RHEA
46
Beauty : GEM
47
It tops a queen : TIARA
48
Goals, e.g.: Abbr. : PTS
49
Clumps : CLODS
51
Praised name : ALLAH
53
Social event : TEA
54
Gobs : ATON
57
Shakespearean title starter : ASYOU
59
Swinging Sammy : SOSA
63
Home of the Star-Telegram : FORTWORTH
65
Some parasites : FLATWORMS
67
Rocket launcher : BAZOOKA
68
Erupt : FLAREUP
69
Old fogies : STODGES
70
Tars : SEADOGS
Down
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Relative of "voila" : TADA
2
Name associated with crocodiles : IZOD
3
European hot spot : ETNA
4
Deteriorate : GETWORSE
5
From left to right: Abbr. : ACR
6
Actress Thomas of "That Girl" : MARLO
7
Grammy winner for "A Day Without Rain" : ENYA
8
Went on strike : WALKED
9
Cacophonous : AROAR
10
Apt. parts : RMS
11
Regular national programming : NETWORKTV
12
Reference preceder : INRE
13
Christie setting : NILE
14
Wanders : GADS
21
"Wayne's World" catchphrase : IMNOTWORTHY
24
Architecture style of 200 years ago : FEDERAL
26
"Sex and the City" author Bushnell : CANDACE
27
Darryl Strawberry or Rusty Staub : EXMET
28
Big East team : MIAMI
29
Lashes : CILIA
30
First name in despotism : IDI
32
Free : LETGO
33
Broadcast : AIRED
34
Housing problem : SLUMS
37
Can : AXE
38
French article : UNE
41
Inarticulate pauses : UHS
44
Noted painter of American rural life : GRANTWOOD
48
Former Turkish V.I.P.'s : PASHAS
50
Discussion conclusion : LASTWORD
52
Hanukkah treat : LATKE
53
Tutu cloth : TULLE
54
Andrews, Langley, etc.: Abbr. : AFBS
55
Exactly : TOAT
56
Pasta used in soups : ORZO
58
Ices : OFFS
60
Snack since 1912 : OREO
61
Confident of one's superiority : SMUG
62
Old Egyptian symbols : ASPS
64
Baseball's Maris, for short : ROG
66
Minor-league : AAA

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later.

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