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  • Title: New York Times, Tuesday, August 19, 1997
  • Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: THE EYES HAVE IT
  • Author: By Courtney Curt / Timothy Parker
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A1. "Shoo!" ~ SCAT
A1. Unit of loudness ~ SONE
A5. Bishop of old TV ~ SHEEN
A5. Passover-to-Shavuot period ~ OMER
A10. Like some furs ~ FAKE
A9. Site of King's voter registration drive ~ SELMA
A14. Forbidden: Var. ~ TABU
A14. Washington office shape ~ OVAL
A15. Ballroom dance ~ TANGO
A15. "___ my day!" ~ MAKE
A16. Novelist ___ S. Connell Jr. ~ EVAN
A16. "... bombs bursting ___" ~ INAIR
A17. Gobs ~ ALOT
A17. Boring routines ~ RUTS
A18. Sharon of Israel ~ ARIEL
A18. You might bounce it off someone ~ IDEA
A19. Behind schedule ~ LATE
A19. Quinine-flavored drink ~ TONIC
A20. Righteous Brothers' musical style ~ BLUEEYEDSOUL
A20. Righteous Brothers' musical style ~ BLUEEYEDSOUL
A23. Cool fabric ~ LINEN
A23. Wheat spike ~ EAR
A24. Crisp fabric ~ TAFFETA
A24. Forty winks ~ NAP
A28. Coda's place in a score ~ END
A25. Where some bad ideas look good ~ ONPAPER
A29. House of ___ ~ DIOR
A29. "Don't ___ on me" ~ TREAD
A33. Thingamajig ~ DOODAD
A31. They may be put on pedestals ~ URNS
A34. Think about ~ PONDER
A33. "Mogambo" actress Gardner ~ AVA
A36. Old-time actor Wallace ___ ~ REID
A34. "A Visit from St. Nicholas" poet ~ MOORE
A37. 1967 Van Morrison hit ~ BROWNEYEDGIRL
A36. Words of concurrence ~ IAGREE
A41. Handel oratorio ~ SAUL
A39. 1967 Van Morrison hit ~ BROWNEYEDGIRL
A42. Say again ~ REPEAT
A42. Geneva's country, to the French ~ SUISSE
A43. Teamed up (with) ~ ALLIED
A43. Delightful spots ~ EDENS
A46. CD player maker ~ SONY
A44. Yule figure ~ ELF
A47. Corp. giant ~ ITT
A45. Roughly speaking ~ ORSO
A50. They practice girth control ~ DIETERS
A47. Rand McNally offering ~ ATLAS
A52. Less convincing, as an excuse ~ LAMER
A51. Little Rascal with spiked hair ~ ALFALFA
A54. Popular Southern vegetable ~ BLACKEYEDPEA
A54. Aerialist's safeguard ~ NET
A58. Lima's locale ~ PERU
A56. Strapped on the feed bag ~ ATE
A61. Sao ___ ~ PAULO
A57. Popular Southern vegetable ~ BLACKEYEDPEA
A62. Touch down ~ LAND
A60. Bird's name in Disney's "Peter and the Wolf" ~ SASHA
A63. 1934 Pulitzer writer Herbert ~ AGAR
A63. "Night" author Wiesel ~ ELIE
A64. Church officer ~ ELDER
A64. Washington in Paris, e.g. ~ ETAT
A65. "Or ___!" ~ ELSE
A65. Chinese green tea ~ HYSON
A66. Big Apple section ~ SOHO
A66. Bit of real estate brokerese ~ RELO
A67. Logician in space ~ SPOCK
A67. Wine bouquet ~ NOSE
A68. Sunbeams ~ RAYS
A68. Type of turf ~ ASTRO
D1. Place to start a ride ~ STABLE
A69. Portrait subject? ~ SELF
D2. Check voicemail, perhaps ~ CALLIN
A70. Barreled along ~ SPED
D3. Be plentiful ~ ABOUND
D1. Cool dessert ~ SORBET
D4. Student ~ TUTEE
D2. Relating to egg cells ~ OVULAR
D5. Judge's order ~ STAY
D3. Mother who can't be fooled ~ NATURE
D6. Fabled fast starter ~ HARE
D4. "Will there be anything ___?" ~ ELSE
D7. Oklahoma city ~ ENID
D5. Former city of Honshu ~ OMIYA
D8. Discharge ~ EGEST
D6. Removed flaws from ~ MADEPURE
D9. Type of mutual fund ~ NOLOAD
D7. ___ out a living (scraped by) ~ EKED
D10. Took the bait ~ FELLFORIT
D8. Think logically ~ REASON
D11. One of Frank's exes ~ AVA
D9. Partner of "take notice" ~ SITUP
D12. Krazy ___ ~ KAT
D10. ___ Gay (famous warplane) ~ ENOLA
D13. Opposite WSW ~ ENE
D11. PC-to-PC system ~ LAN
D21. Fund ~ ENDOW
D12. DI doubled ~ MII
D22. Sky light? ~ UFO
D13. ___ de Triomphe ~ ARC
D25. German river ~ EDER
D21. Provides with capital ~ ENDOWS
D26. Peacock's pride ~ TAIL
D22. Like some football kicks ~ ONSIDE
D27. Supplement ~ ADD
D26. Last of Henry VIII's Catherines ~ PARR
D30. Bed-and-breakfast ~ INN
D27. Big name in daredeviltry ~ EVEL
D31. River through Frankfurt ~ ODER
D28. ___ Dawn Chong of "Quest for Fire" ~ RAE
D32. Juan Carlos and others ~ REYES
D30. Old radio title character ~ AMOS
D34. Former Kremlin hotshots ~ POLITBURO
D32. Juan Carlos and similar Spanish royalty ~ REYES
D35. Property taken back ~ REPO
D35. Words with "kind" ~ ONEOFA
D37. Hope-Crosby's "Road to ___" ~ BALI
D37. Paternal relative ~ AGNATE
D38. Govern ~ RULE
D38. Essential meaning ~ GIST
D39. Hideout ~ DEN
D39. It may be mechanical in a bar ~ BULL
D40. Singer Crystal ~ GAYLE
D40. Jazz accompaniment ~ RIFF
D41. Down ~ SAD
D41. "Married With Children" co-star ~ EDONEILL
D44. Sushi bar order ~ EEL
D42. Where to find good schools? ~ SEA
D45. Window treatments ~ DRAPES
D46. Indy entrants ~ RACERS
D47. African antelope ~ IMPALA
D48. Computer for a commuter ~ LAPTOP
D48. Wee ~ TEENSY
D49. Welcome order to a soldier ~ ATEASE
D49. Swaps ~ TRADES
D50. Like passengers during takeoff ~ SEATED
D51. Resell at a profit ~ SCALP
D52. Apt rhyme for "deplore" ~ ABHOR
D53. Philosopher Mortimer ~ ADLER
D53. Southwestern grassland ~ LLANO
D55. Bit of praise ~ KUDO
D55. "___ newt and toe of frog" ~ EYEOF
D56. Util. bill ~ ELEC
D58. "Twittering Machine" painter Paul ~ KLEE
D57. Duchess of ___ ~ YORK
D59. Wilderness dwellings ~ DENS
D58. Dads ~ PAS
D60. Nostalgic vocal group ___ Na Na ~ SHA
D59. Kind of maniac ~ EGO
D61. Shakespearean laments ~ AYS
D60. "Go, team!" ~ RAH
D62. Atlantic crosser of old ~ SST

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