New York Times, Wednesday, January 13, 1999

Author: Richard Silvestri
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Silvestri
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 77 for Mr. Silvestri. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Sulu portrayer, in "Star Trek" : TAKEI
6. Prego competitor : RAGU
10. Fakery : SHAM
14. Out of whack : AMISS
15. Where Qum is : IRAN
16. Prefix with -gon : HEXA
17. October and November? : MOSTOFFALL
19. Co-fighter : ALLY
20. Ogee shape : ESS
21. Good time : BALL
22. A whole lot : OODLES
24. Hoped-for review : RAVE
25. Warning at St. Andrews : FORE
26. Bedouin's domain : SAHARA
29. Memorable : HISTORIC
33. Potters' supplies : CLAYS
34. It leaves its mark on the beach : SOLE
35. Ancient marketplaces : FORA
36. Kind of clef : ALTO
37. Didn't just shrug the shoulders : CARED
38. Football Hall-of-Famer Tarkenton : FRAN
39. Sea-diving area : REEF
40. Topple from power : OUST
41. Minotaur's land : CRETE
42. Necessarily : PERFORCE
44. Like this puzzle : THEMED
45. Play the siren : LURE
46. Not legally binding : VOID
47. Yellowstone sight : WAPITI
50. Lo-cal : LITE
51. Brenda who sang "I'm Sorry" : LEE
54. Cassini of fashion : OLEG
55. When origami flourished? : DAYSOFFOLD
58. Foolhardy : RASH
59. All, to start with : OMNI
60. Co-op contract : LEASE
61. Speed unit : KNOT
62. Diatribe : RANT
63. Red Sea nation : YEMEN
1. Unexciting : TAME
2. "Famous" name : AMOS
3. It's sometimes stolen : KISS
4. Extreme suffix : EST
5. Lines on a weather map : ISOBARS
6. M-1, for one : RIFLE
7. Uzbekistan's ___ Sea : ARAL
8. Cowboy's date : GAL
9. Set free : UNLOOSED
10. Flintstone tone? : SHADEOFFRED
11. Scratch pad? : HELL
12. Bar on a car : AXLE
13. Giant great : MAYS
18. Broad bean : FAVA
23. Scrap for Spot : ORT
24. Bradbury as an aviator? : RAYOFFLIGHT
25. ___ mignon : FILET
26. Line of cliffs : SCARP
27. French walk : ALLEE
28. Misanthrope : HATER
29. Buggy power : HORSE
30. Composer Ned : ROREM
31. All worked up : IRATE
32. Punished, schoolmaster-style : CANED
34. Pesto, e.g. : SAUCE
37. Restricted air lane : CORRIDOR
41. For the most part : CHIEFLY
43. In the open : OUT
44. 1939 movie canine : TOTO
46. Call on : VISIT
47. Have an effect : WORK
48. Rock-and-roll pioneer Freed : ALAN
49. Colombian money : PESO
50. City between Boston and Salem : LYNN
51. Potting soil : LOAM
52. Different : ELSE
53. First place : EDEN
56. G.P.'s grp. : AMA
57. Invoice amount : FEE

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