New York Times, Friday, October 30, 1998

Author: Jim Page
Editor: Will Shortz
Jim Page
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 59 for Mr. Page. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Re-establish good relations : MENDFENCES
11. Sight on a slope : TBAR
15. They were first given in 1956 : OBIEAWARDS
16. First name at Woodstock : ARLO
17. 1982, for Ripken : ROOKIEYEAR
18. Lapland peninsula : KOLA
19. It has a duel purpose : SABER
20. Hawk and Patriot, for short : SAMS
21. McGregor of movies : EWAN
22. They begin in juin : ETES
23. Like Falstaff : FAT
24. Aerostar, e.g. : VAN
25. Entree : WAYIN
27. When Earth Day is : APRIL
30. "Dynasty" actor Michael : NADER
33. Turpitude : VILLAINY
35. News providers? : RELIABLESOURCES
37. See 49-Down : EVENKEEL
38. They're counted in 56-Across : TETES
39. Hardly a guffaw : TEHEE
40. Freshens the flora : MISTS
42. Bencher's implement : OAR
43. John L. Lewis org. : CIO
44. Kerplunk : PLOP
48. Cold and rainy : FOUL
50. Robt. ___ : ELEE
52. Palazzo Pubblico site : SIENA
53. Start of many words? : INSO
54. Dillon, for one : GUNSLINGER
56. Normandy city : CAEN
57. Popular shooter : INSTAMATIC
58. "As I Lay Dying" father : ANSE
59. Cleaners' equipment : STEAMIRONS
1. "Tru" Tony winner : MORSE
2. W.W. II vessel : EBOAT
3. Zeus turned her to stone : NIOBE
4. Hockey feints : DEKES
5. Kind of shake : FAIR
6. Romano source : EWE
7. Deny : NAYSAY
8. Writer's prerogative : CREATIVELICENSE
9. Cheese burg? : EDAM
10. Old polit. entities : SSRS
11. Wreck : TAKEAPART
12. Uncle Ben's product : BROWNRICE
13. ___ breve : ALLA
14. Imitation morocco : ROAN
23. "___ it from me..." : FARBE
24. Prizes : VALUES
25. Lower on the Beaufort scale : WEAKER
26. Former Serbian capital : NIS
28. "___ de Castro" (John Clifford play) : INES
29. French border river : LYS
30. Actress Campbell : NEVE
31. Tap sites : ALEHOUSES
32. Have a table for one : DINEALONE
34. Rare rags-to-riches route : LOTTO
35. Out of service?: Abbr. : RET
36. "Solaris" novelist : LEM
41. Some z's in Zaragoza : SIESTA
44. ___ del Rio, Cuba : PINAR
45. Have a ___ stand on : LEGTO
46. "There's ___ every crowd!" : ONEIN
47. Paris's Bois de Boulogne and others : PARCS
48. Paycheck abbr. : FICA
49. With 37-Across, steady : ONAN
50. Auspices : EGIS
51. "The Guardsman" star : LUNT
52. ___ Valley, Calif. : SIMI
55. Flight : LAM

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