New York Times, Saturday, January 15, 1994

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 33 Missing: {KW} This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. _____ Tuesday : SHROVE
7. Drools : SLOBBERS
15. Neologist : COINER
16. Survivable : NONFATAL
17. ''The Newton of Electricity'' : AMPERE
18. Neil Armstrong commanded it : APOLLOII
19. Maintain one's credit rating? : REPAY
20. Where to warm one's bones : SPA
21. Popular dress cut : ALINE
22. Gorge : FILL
23. Demoted maj. : CAPT
24. Charlie Chan portrayer : TOLER
25. Crossword bird : ANI
26. Wacko : ZANY
27. Bandleader Lewis : TED
28. Raise one's spirits, perhaps : CONJURE
30. Show horse : ARAB
33. Driving forces : ENGINES
34. Flower tops : CORONAS
38. Blurrer : MIST
39. Man of la Mancha : QUIXOTE
40. ''Say again?'' : HUH
42. Wept over : RUED
43. Mast rope : TYE
44. Indiana _____ : JONES
46. Get ahead : GAIN
47. Nukes : ZAPS
48. ''We _____ no thin red 'eroes'': Kipling : ARENT
49. Make a decision : OPT
50. Small : PETIT
51. Waits for a better offer : PASSESUP
53. Woolgatherer's topic : ALPACA
54. Cheer : ACCOLADE
55. Aspen's relative : POPLAR
56. Kind of care : NEONATAL
57. Part of the Ralik Chain : ATOLLS
1. Muni or Pacino role : SCARFACE
2. Follow the signal? : HOMEINON
3. Undulant : RIPPLING
4. ''The Bad News Bears'' star : ONEAL
5. V.I.P. section? : VERY
6. Earlier than : ERE
7. ''Make it _____!'' : SNAPPY
8. Memorable Eddie of the Yankees : LOPAT
9. She wrote ''Grapefruit'' : ONO
10. Note above A : BFLAT
11. This should never be stuffed : BALLOTBOX
12. French star : ETOILE
13. Precipitated : RAINED
14. Less upfront : SLIER
20. Most sound : SANEST
23. Sorrows : CARES
26. Native New Mexican : ZUNI
29. He once had a hand in morning TV : JIMHENSON
30. Let go, in a way : ACQUIT
31. Where Joan of Arc burned : ROUEN
32. Parched : ARID
35. Nohow : NOTATALL
36. Not run-of-the-mill : ATYPICAL
37. Encounter Hollywood or Holyfield? : SEESTARS
40. ''Satires'' author : HORACE
41. World group based in Paris : UNESCO
42. Climber's descent : RAPPEL
44. Legends are made there : JAPAN
45. Inscribed pillar : STELA
46. Brie's tray-mate : GOUDA
47. Marx-man : ZEPPO
50. Novel action : PLOT
52. Took a load off : SAT
53. Psychiatrists' org. : APA

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