New York Times, Friday, January 23, 1998

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {FQVX} This is puzzle # 15 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Huh-uh" : NOWAYJOSE
10. Star quality : ECLAT
15. Spread out, in a way : AMORTIZED
16. Root : CAUSE
17. Sunday drives? : TELETHONS
18. 1946 Literature Nobelist : HESSE
19. Extreme : END
20. "We the Living" author : RAND
21. Outdone : BESTED
22. Pants specification : WIDE
23. Imparts : RELAYS
24. Festive : JOYOUS
27. Transplant need : DONOR
28. Consternation : ALARM
29. Sociopolitical movement : WOMENSLIB
33. Sting : BILK
34. Where Swansea is : WALES
35. Light : AIRY
36. Enter from the rear, maybe : SNEAKINTO
38. Kid's comment : BLEAT
39. Toast beginning : HERES
40. Designer Lanvin : JEANNE
41. Stole from : LOOTED
43. First-place : GOLD
44. Sheds, British-style : MOULTS
45. Sci-fi author Frederik : POHL
46. Burlesque : APE
49. Before : UNTIL
50. Swedes, gastronomically speaking : RUTABAGAS
52. Clear, in a way : DEICE
53. Crash course? : ECONOMICS
54. Getup : DRESS
55. Trivial : PENNYANTE
1. "Big ___" of the comics page : NATE
2. Sign : OMEN
3. Elevated, open country : WOLD
4. Metric measure : ARE
5. Element #39 : YTTRIUM
6. Holy wars : JIHADS
7. What CFC's deplete : OZONE
8. Radio, e.g. : SEND
9. Some staffers, for short : EDS
10. Level : ECHELON
11. Chef Cardini's creation : CAESARSALAD
12. Full of vigor : LUSTY
13. Onagers : ASSES
14. Got ready to drive : TEED
21. Two-time Czech president : BENES
22. Busy bodies? : WORKAHOLICS
23. One gentleman of Verona : ROMEO
24. Hook alternatives : JABS
25. Golfer Dutra : OLIN
26. Noah Webster's alma mater : YALE
27. Lunkheads : DOLTS
29. Let up : WANED
30. Bank claim : LIEN
31. Where Baha'i began : IRAN
32. Storage unit : BYTE
34. Some guys : WIRES
37. They sometimes whistle : KETTLES
38. "Front!" runner : BELLBOY
40. Bach or Strauss, e.g. : JOHANN
41. Hardly a people person : LONER
42. Certain navel, slangily : OUTIE
43. Boarded : GOTON
44. Noted PBS newsman : MUDD
45. Dark purple : PUCE
46. "I'm ___ it!" : AGIN
47. Bargain : PACT
48. Being : ESSE
50. Agent, colloquially : REP
51. Professional org. since 1847 : AMA

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