New York Times, Thursday, October 28, 1999

Author: Patrick D. Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Word repeated in an "Animal House" chant : TOGA
5. Language suffix : ISH
8. Sudden outburst : SPASM
13. Took possession of, as a house : MOVEDINTO
15. Lash of "Law of the Lash" : LARUE
16. They may get whipped in the kitchen : OMELETTES
17. Memorable 1972 hurricane : AGNES
18. Poetic contraction : OER
19. Sugar pine? : SWEETTOOTH
21. Acted the Boy Scout : DIDAGOODDEED
24. Word from a pen : OINK
25. 1910's-20's art movement : DADAISM
29. Impudent boy : WHELP
31. Cashmere, e.g. : WOOL
33. Sgt. or cpl. : NCO
34. "Bonanza" brother : HOSS
35. TV Guide listings : SHOWS
36. Unaccounted-for radar blips : UFOS
37. Piece of kabuki costumery : OBI
38. Jazzman Al : COHN
39. Twists : SKEWS
40. Deep-dish entrees : POTPIES
43. Impolite shout : JEER
44. Never : ONNOOCCASION
49. One who keeps track of ins and outs : BOOKKEEPER
52. Prefix with meter : ODO
53. Actress MacDowell : ANDIE
54. Côte d'Or estates : VINEYARDS
57. Less congenial : ICIER
58. John of the Who : ENTWISTLE
59. Sly glances : LEERS
60. In medias ___ : RES
61. Sneaky maneuver : PLOY
1. Oscar winner Marisa : TOMEI
2. Tries a bit too hard : OVERDOESIT
3. Toothpaste type : GEL
4. Summer drink : ADE
5. Halved : INTWO
6. Knight's need : STEED
7. Rinsed, as a car : HOSEDDOWN
8. Scheduled : SLATED
9. Building with stacked roofs : PAGODA
10. European river known for disastrous floods : ARNO
11. Fat used in candlemaking : SUET
12. Sieve's bottom : MESH
13. What some rings measure : MOOD
14. Reassuring phrase : ITSOK
20. Dabbling ducks : TEALS
22. Distresses : AILS
23. Econ. measure : GNP
26. Not as good as : INFERIORTO
27. Barge, e.g. : SCOW
28. Tree-hugger? : MOSS
29. Loud punch : WHOP
30. Penniless traveler : HOBO
31. Legalistic pronoun : WHOSOEVER
32. "Isn't that nice!" : OOH
35. Public spat : SCENE
36. Instruments that are strummed : UKES
39. Word before dog or legs : SEA
41. Less speedy : POKIER
42. Comic book artists : INKERS
43. Clothing company with a noted catalogue : JCREW
45. Offer one's thoughts : OPINE
46. Store coupon units : CENTS
47. Contrary to expectation : ODDLY
48. Pliers part : NOSE
49. Keep a leaky boat afloat : BAIL
50. In the old days : ONCE
51. Dog drawn by Jim Davis : ODIE
55. Little bark : YIP
56. Communication for the deaf: Abbr. : ASL

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