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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, April 13, 1998
  • Author: Gregory E. Paul
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: QUIET DOWN!
  • Author: By Wesley Holman / Timothy Parker
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A1. Borscht vegetable ~ BEET
A1. AC capacity units ~ BTUS
A5. Rip-off ~ SCAM
A5. Canyon edges ~ RIMS
A9. "My dad's bigger than your dad," e.g. ~ BOAST
A9. Type of book ~ POPUP
A14. It's all a plot! ~ ACRE
A14. Emanating glow ~ AURA
A15. Stockings ~ HOSE
A15. "Heavens to Betsy!" ~ OHNO
A16. Raring to go ~ EAGER
A16. Expunge ~ ERASE
A17. Gator's cousin ~ CROC
A17. Amtrak stops (Abbr.) ~ STNS
A18. Highway ~ ROAD
A18. Implement ~ TOOL
A19. Sports facility ~ ARENA
A19. Second airing ~ RERUN
A20. Cornmeal cakes, in the South ~ HUSHPUPPIES
A20. Cornmeal cakes, in the South ~ HUSHPUPPIES
A23. Piggery ~ STY
A23. Needing a lift ~ SAD
A24. ___ Simbel (Egyptian temple site) ~ ABU
A24. Indefinitely long periods of time ~ EONS
A25. Aardvark's diet ~ ANTS
A25. Spur parts ~ ROWELS
A27. Log home ~ CABIN
A27. Blew over ~ PASSED
A31. Brad of "Seven Years in Tibet" ~ PITT
A30. Fatuous ~ INANE
A33. Israeli airline ~ ELAL
A32. Sort ~ ILK
A37. Orbital high point ~ APOGEE
A33. Hammett pooch ~ ASTA
A39. Cultural grant giver, for short ~ NEA
A35. To be of use to ~ AVAIL
A40. Tick off ~ RILE
A39. 1966 Simon & Garfunkel album ~ SOUNDSOFSILENCE
A41. 1965 Simon & Garfunkel hit, with "The" ~ SOUNDSOFSILENCE
A43. "___ of Two Cities" ~ ATALE
A44. Folk's Guthrie ~ ARLO
A44. Den outburst ~ ROAR
A45. Stage signal ~ CUE
A45. Big score on the floor ~ TEN
A46. One-dimensional ~ LINEAR
A46. Escapade ~ CAPER
A47. Suffix with hip or hoop ~ STER
A48. Orchestra member ~ OBOIST
A48. Another, south of the border ~ OTRO
A51. Letter abbr. ~ MESSRS
A50. Goodman, the King of Swing ~ BENNY
A54. Become unhinged ~ SNAP
A51. They may be pricked ~ EARS
A55. Queen's subject ~ ANT
A53. Man-to-be ~ BOY
A56. They often run deep ~ STILLWATERS
A55. Poultry product ~ EGG
A62. Raccoon relative ~ COATI
A58. They often run deep ~ STILLWATERS
A64. "I ___ bad moon ..." ~ SEEA
A64. Coffee break snack ~ DONUT
A65. Cortex product ~ IDEA
A66. Bump off ~ DOIN
A66. Sacrifice site ~ ALTAR
A67. Transport, as a load ~ HAUL
A67. Anatomical canal ~ ITER
A68. Clear the chalkboard ~ ERASE
A68. Parts of newlyweds' cars? ~ CANS
A69. Fringe ~ EDGE
A69. They have narrow waists ~ WASPS
A70. Capri, e.g. ~ ISLE
A70. Fill beyond full ~ SATE
A71. Comparatively recent ~ NEWER
A71. Jolly Roger crewman ~ SMEE
A72. Woodwind ~ REED
D1. Big blowout ~ BASH
A73. Cook slowly ~ STEW
D2. Multilayered garment ~ TUTU
D1. Fugue master ~ BACH
D3. Some servers ~ URNS
D2. Neutral hue ~ ECRU
D4. They hug beauty pageant winners ~ SASHES
D3. February 14 figure ~ EROS
D5. Large, circular rooms ~ ROTUNDAS
D4. "Ramblin' Wreck From Georgia ___" ~ TECH
D6. Flapjack places, familiarly ~ IHOPS
D5. Bush ~ SHRUB
D7. Alphabet quartet ~ MNOP
D6. Confine ~ COOPUP
D8. Arias, e.g. ~ SOLI
D7. In a hurry, for short ~ ASAP
D9. Intimate ~ PERSONAL
D8. Settles disputes ~ MEDIATES
D10. Metal-in-the-rough ~ ORE
D9. ___ of burden ~ BEAST
D11. Analyze, grammatically ~ PARSE
D10. Boat equipment ~ OAR
D12. Like some suspects ~ USUAL
D11. Improves, as cheese ~ AGES
D13. Awaits action ~ PENDS
D12. Telegraphed ~ SENT
D21. "The Bells" poet ~ POE
D13. Lazy Susan ~ TRAY
D22. It's full of periods ~ ERA
D21. Like windows ~ PANED
D26. "___ Only Just Begun" ~ WEVE
D22. Involve ~ ENTAIL
D27. Galileo's hometown ~ PISA
D26. Unruffled ~ SERENE
D28. Frequently ~ ALOT
D27. Spanish homes ~ CASAS
D29. Gull-like bird ~ SKUA
D28. To the left, to a sailor ~ APORT
D30. "Let's Hear ___ the Boy" (Denise Williams hit) ~ ITFOR
D29. Ball in the game pétanque ~ BOULE
D31. Houston gp. ~ NASA
D30. Pay no heed to ~ IGNORE
D34. Harboring a grudge ~ SORE
D32. Deduce ~ INFER
D36. Knock opener? ~ ANTI
D34. Flax fabric ~ LINEN
D37. Cold confections ~ ICES
D35. ___ Highway (route from Dawson Creek) ~ ALCAN
D38. Ash Wednesday follower ~ LENT
D36. Suspicious ~ LEERY
D40. It puts a team in the World Series (Abbr.) ~ NLCS
D38. Accompany to a party ~ ESCORT
D41. A letter opener ~ DEARSIRS
D42. New kid in town ~ OUTSIDER
D42. Pots, kettles, etc. ~ IRONWARE
D43. Qaddafi's land ~ LIBYA
D47. Clock setting at LAX ~ PST
D49. Accommodate ~ OBLIGE
D49. Rambouillet remark ~ BAA
D52. September bloom ~ ASTER
D50. Field of vision? ~ OPTICS
D54. Had title to ~ OWNED
D51. Avian chatterbox ~ MACAW
D55. First place ~ EDEN
D52. Name on a famous B-29 ~ ENOLA
D56. "Earth in the Balance" author Al ~ GORE
D53. Sports figures ~ STATS
D57. Chew (on) ~ GNAW
D54. Driving hazard ~ SLEET
D59. Comstock, for one ~ LODE
D57. Egyptian fertility goddess ~ ISIS
D60. "Now hear ___!" ~ THIS
D58. "___ Smile Be Your Umbrella" ~ LETA
D61. Atlantic Coast states, with "the" ~ EAST
D59. Imported cheese ~ EDAM
D62. Be king over ~ RULE
D60. Philosopher Descartes ~ RENE
D63. Bunch ~ SLEW
D61. Letter enc. ~ SASE
D65. Deplete, with "up" ~ USE
D63. Dancing specialty ~ TAP

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