New York Times, Friday, January 28, 2000

Author: Manny Nosowsky and Martin Ashwood-Smith
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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2548/27/19928/13/20102
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2947154312630
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1.5761108
Martin Ashwood-Smith
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796/5/19916/19/20158
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000245815
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1.520017

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {FQZ} Spans: 4, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 99 for Mr. Nosowsky. This is puzzle # 39 for Mr. Ashwood-Smith. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Early writer on algebra : OMAR
5. Honda product : ACURA
10. "Out!" : SCAT
14. Noted 1989 media merger : TIMEWARNER
16. Fast loser : HARE
17. Repeatedly attacked : HAMMEREDAT
18. On clippers? : ASEA
19. It's opened without a letter opener : EMAIL
20. Literary narrator : PERSONA
22. "Oysters ___ season" : RIN
23. Smokey detector : CBER
25. Maliciousness : VENOM
28. Weed killer : HOE
29. ___-Ball : SKEE
32. Oologists' studies : OVA
33. Historic stream in Virginia : APPOMATTOXRIVER
38. Land to be developed : PRIMEREALESTATE
39. Workers in chalk : PAVEMENTARTISTS
40. W.W. II command : ETO
41. "De ___ Poetica" : ARTE
42. Storage unit : TON
43. "___ c'est moi" : LETAT
45. Common file name : MISC
47. "Uh-uh" : NAW
50. More impertinent : SASSIER
53. Retirement plan name : KEOGH
55. Head : JOHN
57. Lover in a "kingdom by the sea" : ANNABELLEE
59. Second book of Moses: Abbr. : EXOD
60. Contract part, often : DOTTEDLINE
61. Memory unit : BYTE
62. Adams who is exhibited at MOMA : ANSEL
63. Circus barker : SEAL
1. Thomas Tryon best seller, with "The" : OTHER
2. The Hurricanes of the Big East Conference : MIAMI
3. Royal city taken by Joab : AMMAN
4. Do-___ (money) : REMI
5. Rhine tributary : AAR
6. Kind of paper : CREPE
7. "Einstein was smart" and "Bill Gates has money" : UNDERSTATEMENTS
8. Back : REAR
9. Song and dance : ARTS
10. Western classic : SHANE
11. Ladies' men : CASANOVAS
12. A word with you : ARE
13. Leaves in the afternoon? : TEA
15. Shoe-brushing sites : WELCOMEMATS
21. Sign at a clearance sale : OVERSTOCKED
24. Check payee, maybe : BEARER
26. British runner Steve : OVETT
27. Stable mates : MARES
28. Order to a chauffeur : HOME
30. Kind of nut : KOLA
31. Puts forth with effort : EXERTS
33. Fencer's feint : APPEL
34. Rattle on : PRATE
35. Court trial? : PIVOTSHOT
36. Safari equipment : TENT
37. "Put ___ writing" : ITIN
44. Cable channel : AANDE
46. About to blow : IRATE
47. "Honest" : NOLIE
48. Gemini program rocket : AGENA
49. Revolutionary idea : WHEEL
51. Emmy-winning Thompson : SADA
52. Privy to : INON
54. Some pipe joints : ELLS
55. One of the Bushes : JEB
56. Big oil company, informally : OXY
58. ___-esprit (witty person) : BEL

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