New York Times, Saturday, October 23, 1999

Author: Frank Longo and Brendan Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Frank Longo
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Brendan Emmett Quigley
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {QV} This is puzzle # 54 for Mr. Longo. This is puzzle # 36 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Unwanted office transmission : JUNKFAX
8. Scandalous 1865 Manet painting : OLYMPIA
15. Like most covered bridges : ONELANE
16. Superlatively stupid : DIMMEST
17. Noted gatekeeper : STPETER
18. At sixes and sevens : INAMESS
19. Have trouble standing : HATE
20. Canner's activity : AXING
22. Champagne designation : BRUT
23. Trendy meat : EMU
24. 1856 political novel : DRED
25. Words repeated in the "Sailor's Song" : TOSEA
26. Parmesan grinder : DENTE
28. Cartoon set in Colorado : SOUTHPARK
31. Advantage preceder : DEUCE
33. Film director Mira : NAIR
34. Chinese sage K'ung Fu-___ : TSE
35. Thomas Nast target : BOSSTWEED
38. Comedienne Margaret : CHO
41. Seesaw : ROCK
42. Make a new hole : REDIG
45. Long way to go? : LIMOUSINE
48. Brake, e.g. : PEDAL
50. Crosswise : ABEAM
51. City west of the Provo River : OREM
53. Suffix in scandal names : OLA
54. Cannonade : PELT
55. Babes in the woods : FAWNS
57. Hardly a blabbermouth : CLAM
58. He's out of stocks and bonds : FREEMAN
60. Establisher of Japan's Heisei era : AKIHITO
62. Not straying : ONTRACK
63. Web surfer : NETIZEN
64. It borders Antarctica : ROSSSEA
65. Words between "not" and "not" : IREPEAT
1. Wasn't serious : JOSHED
2. Not pettish? : UNTAMED
3. Great Dark Spot locale : NEPTUNE
4. "Fish Magic" painter : KLEE
5. It may be burned : FAT
6. At hand, once : ANEAR
7. Ancient invader of Greece : XERXES
8. Sleipnir's rider : ODIN
9. Diminutive suffix : LING
10. Vocalist Sumac : YMA
11. 1997 #1 hit with a nonsense chorus : MMMBOP
12. Eyes, in a way : PEERSAT
13. Publishers : ISSUERS
14. On the line : ATSTAKE
21. What a shrug might mean : IDONTKNOW
24. Good form : DECORUM
25. School day's end, often : THREEPM
27. It has a certain ring to it : TUB
29. Flint grp. : UAW
30. Rank : TIER
32. Those, to José : ESOS
36. Geol., e.g. : SCI
37. "Crusade in Europe" author: Abbr. : DDE
38. Applaud : CLAPFOR
39. ___-English : HIBERNO
40. Folded food : OMELETS
43. Revere : IDOLIZE
44. Pygmalion brought her to life : GALATEA
46. Wayne's world? : OATERS
47. Verdi opera : ERNANI
49. "Sanford and Son" son : LAMONT
52. Gravelly ridge : ESKER
55. Model's asset : FACE
56. "Lonely Boy" singer : ANKA
57. China problem : CHIP
59. More, in México : MAS
61. Ore name suffix : ITE

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