New York Times, Saturday, January 22, 2000

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 59 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. When there's nothing on to watch? : PEEPSHOW
9. Frankish king known as "the Short" : PEPIN
14. Like an infant agewise : UNDERONE
15. John Deere headquarters city : MOLINE
16. Plants used in herbal medicine : BONESETS
17. "Moscow on the Hudson" actress : ALONSO
18. Picnic staple : SLAW
19. ___ Club : ROTARY
21. Malaysian export : TIN
22. German resort : EMS
24. Pipe part : ELL
25. Stylish, once : MOD
26. Tangle : MELEE
29. Direction to a cellist : ARCO
30. Former Sen. Ribicoff et al. : ABES
32. Trim : ADORN
33. Winter thaw : SNOWBREAK
35. Diner order : TWOEGGSOVEREASY
37. Makes : TAKESHOME
38. "A New Deal for Christmas" musical : ANNIE
39. "___ Tu" (1974 hit) : ERES
40. They're found in layers : ORES
41. "That is ___..." : TOSAY
42. 50's political monogram : DDE
43. Cardinal letters : STL
44. Chucklehead : ASS
45. Year in Robert II's reign : MVI
46. "Pays for ___!" : ITSELF
48. Across, old-style : THRO
52. Denouement : FINALE
54. Shade lighter than palmetto : TEAGREEN
56. Went mad : RIOTED
57. "___ with history" (like the Mississippi, to Hart Crane) : TORTURED
58. Vicks spray brand : SINEX
59. Band : ENSEMBLE
1. Bath bars : PUBS
2. Form of ether : ENOL
3. Actress Skinner of "Mister Ed" : EDNA
4. 1984 Cooperstown inductee : PEEWEEREESE
5. L.S.A.T. takers : SRS
6. Cultivating group? : HOERS
7. Aware of : ONTO
8. Diner order : WESTERNOMELETTE
9. Prefix with ethnic : POLY
10. "Shine a Little Love" rock grp. : ELO
11. Food introduced to Europe by Columbus : PINTOBEANS
12. Classic 1939 John Gunther book : INSIDEASIA
13. Vegas sight : NEON
15. "Shakespeare in Love" role : MARLOWE
20. Crannies : ALCOVES
23. Neoclassicist who painted the fresco "Parnassus" : MENGS
25. The Mediterranean, to the Romans : MARENOSTRUM
26. Film shot : MATTE
27. Mrs. Simpson's love : EDWARDVIII
28. Visited : LOOKEDINON
29. Groups : ASSORTS
31. Blue : SKYEY
34. Kindergarten disrupters : BRATS
36. Like some autobiographies : GHOSTED
44. ___ and the Issas (former French territory) : AFARS
45. They have plants: Abbr. : MFRS
46. Holly tree : ILEX
47. Castile neighbor : LEON
49. It may be biennial : HERB
50. Spinner : REEL
51. French wave : ONDE
53. Put away : ATE
55. Big cell phone provider : GTE

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