New York Times, Friday, January 27, 1995

Author: Chuck Deodene
Editor: Will Shortz
Chuck Deodene
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 40 Missing: {W} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Deodene. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
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1. Lie poolside : BASK
5. Love of Lucy : DESI
9. Author _____ Gallant : MAVIS
14. Anderson of TV sitcoms : LONI
15. Nerve impulse conduit : AXON
16. Shelley's "Adonais," e.g. : ELEGY
17. Faulkner's "Requiem for _____" : ANUN
18. About: Abbr. : CIRC
19. Being male or female : SEXED
20. Rolling Stones album of 1968 : BEGGARSBANQUET
23. Word with coin or time : SLOT
24. Handily subdues : ROUTS
25. Newly arrived : JUSTIN
28. Pros' foes : ANTIS
29. Handel opera : EZIO
30. Leaf : BRACT
31. Big sandwich name : MAC
34. Niven film of 1937 : DINNERATTHERITZ
38. British verb ending : ISE
39. Limerick, e.g. : VERSE
40. Zeno of _____ (Greek logician) : ELEA
41. Like a fair lass : BONNY
42. Promoter of rooster fights : COCKER
44. Tipsy : OILED
45. Blacken : CHAR
46. Hemingway memoir : AMOVEABLEFEAST
51. Cremona product : AMATI
52. Pulitzer-winning writer Sheehan : NEIL
53. Compatriot : ALLY
54. Neighbor of Nigeria : BENIN
55. Where water turned to wine : CANA
56. Rend : TEAR
57. On, as medication : USING
58. Skirt : EDGE
59. Canadian baseballer : EXPO
1. Spill the beans : BLAB
2. Top-of-the-line : AONE
3. Comfy : SNUG
4. Caribbean capital : KINGSTON
5. Clothing tag name : DACRON
6. Live and breathe : EXIST
7. Soak up : SORB
8. Personified : INCARNATE
9. Smokehouse flavoring : MESQUITE
10. Seal hunters : ALEUTS
11. Nettles : VEXES
12. "_____ it!" ("Eureka!") : IGET
13. Baseball exec Thrift : SYD
21. Star of "The Greatest" : ALI
22. Chalk up : NOTCH
25. Skywalker, e.g. : JEDI
26. Terrorists' tools : UZIS
27. Kind of curve : SINE
28. Affected : ARTSY
30. Hoedown : BARNDANCE
31. Exploit : MILK
32. Fitting phrase ending : ATEE
33. All-powerful one : CZAR
35. Not fixed : EVOLVING
36. 1966 hit "Walk Away _____" : RENEE
37. Stage anew : RECREATE
41. A B vitamin : BIOTIN
42. Pincers : CHELAE
43. Big galoot : OAF
44. Sultan Qabus bin Said, e.g. : OMANI
45. Adhere : CLING
46. City on the Skunk River : AMES
47. Bit of wampum : BEAD
48. "A Clockwork Orange" droogie : ALEX
49. Strike : SLAP
50. Neophyte : TYRO
51. _____ Bakr (first caliph of Mecca) : ABU

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