New York Times, Wednesday, October 30, 1996

Author: A. D. Cover
Editor: Will Shortz
A. D. Cover
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQXY} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Cover. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Mah-jongg pieces : TILES
6. Van adjunct : RAMP
10. Catered : FED
13. Locale of Prince Albert and Prince George : CANADA
14. Golden ___ (century plant) : ALOE
15. Crew member : OAR
16. Start of an old song lyric : ABCDEFGHIVE
18. U.S. 101, e.g.: Abbr. : RTE
19. Visitor to Venus : MARINER
20. Nothing : NIL
21. "___ better to have loved..." : TIS
22. Cat Nation : ERIES
23. Kind of arch : OGEE
25. Tie up : BIND
26. Moon vehicles, for short : LEMS
27. Ren and Stimpy et al. : DUOS
28. Minotaur's home : CRETE
29. Dorothee, e.g.: Abbr. : STE
30. Type set : FONT
31. Prayer : ORISON
32. Lively dances : FANDANGOS
34. Sales lure : REBATE
37. Snack of nuts, raisins, etc. : GORP
38. Part of H.M.S. : HER
41. In reserve : ONICE
42. Fabled racer : HARE
43. Small bag : POKE
44. Stuffing herb : SAGE
45. Peace : CALM
46. Tended, with "for" : CARED
47. Period of decline : EBB
48. Pasty : WAN
49. Annul : ABOLISH
51. Recipe title part : ALA
52. End of the lyric : INKALAMAZOO
54. Half a score : TEN
55. Christmas : NOEL
56. Not take part in : SITOUT
57. Byrnes of "77 Sunset Strip" : EDD
58. "First Knight" star : GERE
59. Lilac, e.g. : SCENT
1. Upholstery fabric : TABARET
2. How some partners work : INCRIME
3. Word on a door : LADIES
4. Ideal sites : EDENS
5. Hotel convenience : SAFE
6. Cheerleader's cheer : RAH
7. Dress styles : ALINES
8. Multiplex offering : MOVIE
9. Rind : PEEL
10. Decade of this puzzle's theme song : FORTIES
11. Erode : EATINTO
12. Zwinger Museum site : DRESDEN
13. Alternative to Marlboros : CAMELS
17. Electric wire feature : GROUND
24. Middle of the lyric : GOTAGAL
25. Jewish ritual : BRIS
27. Ready : DONE
28. Cut, as a picture : CROP
30. Kismet : FATE
31. Meanie : OGRE
32. Stand up to : FACE
33. Routine : NORMAL
34. Optimistic : ROSEATE
35. Aided : ENABLED
36. Player of this puzzle's theme song : BIGBAND
38. O'Neill's "Beyond the ___" : HORIZON
39. Manages : EKESOUT
40. Cinnamon candy : REDHOT
42. Yearn : HANKER
43. Gourmet's sense : PALATE
45. Birchbark : CANOE
46. Work in panels : COMIC
48. Fly : WING
50. With 53-Down, a beverage brand since 1777 : BASS
53. See above : ALE

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