New York Times, Saturday, October 10, 1998

Author: Bob Klahn
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Klahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 32 Missing: {FQX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 33 for Mr. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Knee-slapper : HOTONE
7. Trigger, for one : PALOMINO
15. "Foundation Trilogy" author : ASIMOV
16. Cut off : ISOLATED
17. Ace place? : SLEEVE
18. Stymied : THWARTED
19. Pal of Pooh : TIGGER
20. Vaudevillian, in a way : CORNY
21. Red-tagged : ONSALE
22. Fruitless : ARID
23. Pickle : JAM
26. Makes out : ESPIES
28. Corporate image : LOGO
29. Abalone eater : SEAOTTER
33. Eager to try : KEENON
35. Monks' head : ABBOT
36. Yerby's "A Rose for ___ Maria" : ANA
38. Safire subject : USAGE
39. Falls off the wagon : BOOZES
41. Candid, perhaps : SNAPSHOT
43. Deadly desire : ENVY
44. Statue base : PLINTH
46. Highball ingredient : RYE
47. Rushes : HIES
48. 4:00 service : TEASET
53. Playwright/novelist Capek : KAREL
54. Transfix : IMPALE
55. Tortellini topping : MARINARA
58. Bad atmosphere : MIASMA
59. North Sea port : ABERDEEN
60. "Belvedere" artist : ESCHER
61. Rusty locale : JUNKYARD
62. Not kissproof : SMEARY
1. Can't help but : HASTO
2. "Hold Me" country Grammy winner, 1988 : OSLIN
3. "The Way to Natural Beauty" author, 1980 : TIEGS
4. The end of Plato? : OMEGA
5. 10,000 words, perhaps : NOVELETTE
6. Mountain known locally as Chomolungma : EVEREST
7. 1934 Hall and Nordhoff adventure novel : PITCAIRNSISLAND
8. Taking liberty : ASHORE
9. Having little exposure : LOWRISK
10. Warner of Hollywood : OLAND
11. One of the Tudors : MARY
12. Onetime electronics giant : ITT
13. By birth : NEE
14. Like one : ODD
23. Person thought to bring bad luck : JONAH
24. To your heart's content : AGOGO
25. "Rouen Cathedral" painter : MONET
27. Kind of coal or coat : PEA
28. Nothing ___ : LESS
29. Its rattle is threatening : SABER
30. Key material : EBONY
31. "Heavens ___!" : ABOVE
32. Like mud : OOZY
34. Egad, e.g. : EUPHEMISM
37. Common female middle name : ANN
40. Meadowsweet : SPIRAEA
42. Now and again : ATTIMES
45. One with awful looks? : LEERER
47. Just around the corner : HANDY
49. Chop-chop : APACE
50. Princess in Woolf's "Orlando" : SASHA
51. Bugs chaser : ELMER
52. Starting to break down : TEARY
53. TV captain : KIRK
55. Key abbr. : MAJ
56. "The Thief of Baghdad" role : ABU
57. Cartoon character who says "You eediot!" : REN

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