New York Times, Thursday, November 11, 1999

Author: Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Harvey Estes
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11612/29/199311/26/200845
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Nancy Salomon
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1868/13/199511/7/2012116
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3633533719611
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1.581521

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JKQVXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 43 for Mr. Estes. This is puzzle # 39 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Fast food eponym : MCDONALD
9. Garners : REAPS
14. Prophetic : ORACULAR
15. Professor's protection : TENURE
16. Try out a bike, e.g. : TESTRIDE
17. "For Your Eyes Only" singer, 1981 : EASTON
18. Start of a quip from an exercisephobe? : WHOSAYSIAMNOT
20. Zoologist's foot : PES
21. Busch Stadium site: Abbr. : STL
22. Certain league: Abbr. : AMER
24. Better Business Bureau subject : FRAUD
27. "___ Santa Claus" (Angela Lansbury film) : MRS
28. Wreck but good : TRASH
29. Exercise room count : REPS
30. Give a line to : CUE
31. Easy on the eyes : PRETTY
32. Back : AGO
33. Middle of the quip : INSHAPE
35. Dr. Seuss's Sam ___ : IAM
36. Greenish-yellow : CITRON
38. Some TV drama sets : ERS
39. Matter of contention : BONE
40. Visibly scared : ASHEN
41. Bean cover : HAT
42. Military supply : TENTS
43. Rung : STEP
44. Musical gift : EAR
45. Berne's river : AAR
46. End of the quip : ROUNDISASHAPE
51. Threw off the scent : MISLED
52. Your highness? : ALTITUDE
54. Full of spunk : FEISTY
55. Hung around : LOITERED
56. Biblical bearers : ASSES
57. Shrill : STRIDENT
1. Word for word? : MOT
2. Vessel's complement : CREW
3. Track event : DASH
4. Army threat? : OCTOPUS
5. Cared for : NURSED
6. What a thief might go by : ALIAS
7. Madam : LADY
8. They precede opening nights : DRESSREHEARSALS
9. Printer's amount : REAM
10. Sucker : ENSNARE
11. Labor saver : AUTOMATION
12. Like Luther : PROTESTANT
13. One in a hundred: Abbr. : SEN
15. Cousin of a canvasback : TEAL
19. They're inhuman : ITS
23. Skirts and shirts, e.g. : RHYMES
24. Row : FRACAS
25. Record holders : REGISTRIES
26. Quintessence : APOTHEOSIS
27. Greek letters : MUS
28. Half of sei : TRE
30. King's domain? : CNN
31. Epistle appendage: Abbr. : PPS
33. + or - item : ION
34. Knack : ART
37. Drive away : REPULSE
39. Blasted : BERATED
41. Yokohama "yes" : HAI
42. Land in a Gauguin landscape : TAHITI
44. Water whirled : EDDY
45. Full of activity : ASTIR
47. Clears : NETS
48. Scads : ALOT
49. Utter : PURE
50. First family's home : EDEN
51. Juilliard deg. : MFA
53. N.Y.C. summer setting : EDT

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