New York Times, Friday, January 2, 1998

Author: Alex K. Justin
Editor: Will Shortz
Alex K. Justin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQX} Spans: 6 This is puzzle # 18 for Mr. Justin. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "The Black Stallion" boy : ALEC
5. Great quantity : RAFT
9. Bricklayers' equipment : HODS
13. Star vehicle : LIMO
14. W.W. II torpedo vessel : EBOAT
16. Lined up : AROW
17. Mary's "South Pacific" co-star : EZIO
18. Electric battery inventor : VOLTA
19. Part of Caesar's boast : VENI
20. Designers' lines : FALLCOLLECTIONS
23. ___ the good : ALLTO
24. Verbal inflections : TENSES
25. Flop-eared one : BASSET
28. Extort : WRING
30. How some shares are sold : ATPAR
31. "___ Love" (1986 hit) : ISIT
32. Like ___ out of hell : ABAT
36. Remain firm : STICKTOONESGUNS
39. Skater's attire, at times : TUTU
40. Crosspiece : RUNG
41. Semilunar valve neighbor : AORTA
42. Idealist's need : CAUSE
44. Certain geneticist : CLONER
45. Plays idly : STRUMS
48. Did livery work : SHOED
50. Hinders, in a way : CRAMPSONESSTYLE
55. Anapest's relative : IAMB
56. Jagged : EROSE
57. "Concord Sonata" composer : IVES
58. Comics dog : ODIE
59. Fresh : SASSY
60. Boutique department : MENS
61. Poet's adverb : NEER
62. Refuse : LEES
63. "___ Perpetua" (Idaho's motto) : ESTO
1. Hebrew letter : ALEF
2. Somerset Maugham's "___ of Lambeth" : LIZA
3. Biographer Ludwig : EMIL
4. Composed : COOLASACUCUMBER
5. Putsch : REVOLT
6. Like ___ from the blue : ABOLT
7. Goes straight : FOLLOWSONESNOSE
8. Where to see Turners and Sargents : TATE
9. Postcard message : HAVINGAGOODTIME
10. They can be licked : OREOS
11. "Holy Sonnets" poet : DONNE
12. Emmenthaler : SWISS
15. Limestone, e.g. : TACTITE
21. Cratchit or Heep : CLERK
22. X-rating? : TEN
25. Strong fiber : BAST
26. Alaska wildlife refuge site : ATTU
27. Polish companion : SPIT
29. Loop : RING
31. Tabs, of sorts : IOUS
33. '69 Brando film : BURN
34. Cough up : ANTE
35. Winter Palace resident : TSAR
37. Ties up : TRUSSES
38. Corporate department : SALES
43. Speaker's cousin : AMP
44. Padded coverings : COSEYS
45. Grafter's need : SCION
46. Calling : TRADE
47. Strong fiber : RAMIE
49. Wiesbaden's state : HESSE
51. Nuncupative : ORAL
52. Painter Tanguy : YVES
53. When Passiontide falls : LENT
54. This put a tiger in your tank : ESSO

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