New York Times, Friday, January 3, 1997

Author: M. Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 33 Missing: {BJQXZ} This is puzzle # 59 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Just sit, as soup or coffee : GETCOLD
8. Empire State leader : PATAKI
14. Island song a k a "Farewell to Thee" : ALOHAOE
15. Emulate Bobby Shaftoe : GOTOSEA
16. Becomes bored with : TIRESOF
17. Like Romeo and Juliet, in Act II : ELOPING
18. 1980's Attorney General : EDMEESE
19. Takes care of : TENDSTO
20. Tank carrier? : DEEPSEADIVER
22. Toodle-oo : TATA
23. Bugs in lines : ANTS
27. Flickering : AGLIMMER
33. Easily tripped up : UNWARY
35. Jam-packed : CRAMMED
36. Think about, at night : SLEEPON
37. Mountaineer's descent : RAPPEL
38. Well-schooled : LITERATE
39. Prefix with scope : ENDO
40. Aforementioned : SAID
42. Certain mounts : SADDLEHORSES
50. 1988 earthquake site : ARMENIA
53. Cry at a basketball arena : DEFENSE
54. Ahead : LEADING
55. Blow up : INFLATE
56. One out? : PAROLEE
57. Pussyfooted : SNEAKED
58. Kitchen drawer gadget : OPENER
59. Monthly since 1850 : HARPERS
1. Protected, as an estate : GATED
2. Skip : ELIDE
3. "Careless Hands" singer, 1949 : TORME
4. Aviary sound : CHEEP
5. Desert dreams, perhaps : OASES
6. Of doubtful morals : LOOSE
7. Got the better of : DEFEATED
8. Engage in bar-hopping? : POLEVAULT
9. Expiate, with "for" : ATONE
10. A-one : TOPDRAWER
11. Without warranty : ASIS
12. Fictional suit-changer : KENT
13. Globe plotter : IAGO
15. Boorish jokester's question : GETIT
21. ___ es Salaam : DAR
24. Wine county : NAPA
25. Race pace : TROT
26. "Auld Lang ___" : SYNE
27. Growing room : ACRE
28. Mom's mom : GRAN
29. "Dragnet" org. : LAPD
30. Took unfair advantage of : IMPOSEDON
31. Fr. title : MME
32. Alice's restaurant? : MELSDINER
34. Word in society : NEE
36. Fries, usually : SIDEDISH
38. Count Basie's "___ Darlin'" : LIL
41. "Haste makes waste," e.g. : ADAGE
43. Like a crone : ANILE
44. Reddish-brown : HENNA
45. Submit : OFFER
46. Pass twice : RELAP
47. Weave in and out : SNAKE
48. Aromatic chemical : ESTER
49. Offspring : SEEDS
50. Chow chow, maybe : ALPO
51. Bring in the sheaves : REAP
52. Moon feature : MARE

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