New York Times, Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Author: Steven L. Zisser
Editor: Will Shortz
Steven L. Zisser
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JX} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Zisser. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Jerry's sitcom neighbor : COSMO
6. Part of C.S.A.: Abbr. : AMER
10. Winter hrs. in St. Louis : CST
13. John who played Gomez Addams : ASTIN
14. "The Cloister and the Hearth" novelist : READE
15. Pal of Tarzan : APE
16. Meteor shower : PLANETARIUM
18. Scand. land : NOR
19. Low on the Mohs scale : SOFT
20. "Bingo!" : IWIN
21. In romance poetry, a frequent rhyme for June : MOON
22. Country bowers : FIDDLEPLAYERS
26. Fife and Frank : BARNEYS
28. Languishes : AILS
29. Suffix with reflex : OLOGY
30. Fought : WRESTLED
34. Southeast Asian : LAO
35. Online activities : CHATS
37. Org. in "Michael Collins" : IRA
38. Georgian's neighbor : ARMENIAN
41. In reference to : ASFOR
43. Square thing : MEAL
44. Most dismal : DARKEST
46. Farm towers : TEAMSOFHORSES
50. Shade at a swimming pool : AQUA
51. "Look ___ hands!" : MANO
52. It may be minimum : WAGE
55. Paste's partner : CUT
56. South American flower : AMAZONRIVER
59. Trireme tool : OAR
60. Police weapon : TASER
61. Like krypton : INERT
62. Like some grins : SLY
63. Last team managed by Casey Stengel : METS
64. What subjects and verbs should do : AGREE
1. Play ammo : CAPS
2. Capital of 18-Across : OSLO
3. Schoolteachers' break area : STAFFROOM
4. Moneymaking activity : MINTING
5. 1969 Three Dog Night hit : ONE
6. Falcon's home : AERIE
7. Lead role : MAINPART
8. School's Web suffix : EDU
9. Band with the 1993 hit "Man on the Moon" : REM
10. Lake rental, maybe : CANOE
11. Animal's trail : SPOOR
12. Fork-tailed fliers : TERNS
14. "Lady Love" singer Lou : RAWLS
17. Like Felix Unger's room : TIDY
21. Computer game set on an island : MYST
23. Susan of "L.A. Law" : DEY
24. Links positions : LIES
25. Bundy and Kaline : ALS
26. Gaucho's weapon : BOLA
27. Wing-shaped : ALAR
30. Hardly ruddy : WAN
31. Holey confection : LIFESAVER
32. Lustful god : EROS
33. Blowgun ammo : DART
35. "Ta-ta!" : CIAO
36. Flag's position, at times : HALFMAST
39. Actress Samms : EMMA
40. Super ___ (old game product) : NES
41. Companion of scientia : ARS
42. Presenting unfairly : SKEWING
44. Blood drive attendee : DONOR
45. Schönberg's "Moses und ___" : ARON
46. Glen Bell's fast food : TACOS
47. Add up to : EQUAL
48. Cowboy who rode Champion : AUTRY
49. Initiates cruelly : HAZES
53. Richard of "Bee Season" : GERE
54. One-named artist : ERTE
56. Convenience store convenience : ATM
57. Al Capp's Daisy ___ : MAE
58. Narrow inlet : RIA

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