New York Times, Monday, November 15, 1999

Author: Nick Grivas
Editor: Will Shortz
Nick Grivas
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 1 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Grivas. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Support, with "up" : PROP
5. Conveyance for Huckleberry Finn : RAFT
9. Dinner fowl : CAPON
14. Arizona Indian : HOPI
15. Singer Guthrie : ARLO
16. Popular pain reliever : ALEVE
17. No couch potato, him : DOER
18. 500 sheets : REAM
19. Fathered : SIRED
20. French germ fighter in Missouri? : STLOUISPASTEUR
23. ___ the task : UPTO
24. Now's opposite : THEN
25. Visited : CAMEBY
28. Adversaries : FOES
29. Female G.I. : WAC
32. Italian baritone Pasquale ___ : AMATO
33. Land of shamrocks : EIRE
34. Hence : ERGO
35. "M*A*S*H" star in Indiana? : FORTWAYNEROGERS
38. Buffalo's lake : ERIE
39. Exploit : DEED
40. "La Gare Saint-Lazare" artist : MONET
41. "Get it?" : SEE
42. Dolt : CLOD
43. Accumulations : MASSES
44. "One Life to Live," e.g. : SOAP
45. Writer Jaffe : RONA
46. Mexican muralist in California? : SANDIEGORIVERA
52. Handed down a decision : RULED
53. Nothin' : NADA
54. Revered object : IDOL
55. Coke vis-à-vis Pepsi : RIVAL
56. Disney's "___ and the Detectives" : EMIL
57. Africa's longest river : NILE
58. Tent-pitching need : STAKE
59. Actress Russo : RENE
60. Hardens : GELS
1. High degrees? : PHDS
2. Cheer (for) : ROOT
3. German auto : OPEL
4. Ballet whirl : PIROUETTE
5. Hen's tooth, e.g. : RARITY
6. Response to "Am not!" : ARESO
7. Hoo-ha : FLAP
8. Crimson shade : TOMATORED
9. Social strata : CASTES
10. Not from Earth : ALIEN
11. Llama country : PERU
12. ___ easy (eggs order) : OVER
13. Celebrated outlaw ___ Kelly : NED
21. Violin stroke : UPBOW
22. Transparent : SHEER
25. Casual eateries : CAFES
26. Love, in Roma : AMORE
27. Osmond or Curie : MARIE
28. Punished in addition to giving jail time : FINED
29. Small songbirds : WRENS
30. Come to terms : AGREE
31. Expenses : COSTS
33. Morning coffee, for one : EYEOPENER
34. Helping to avoid humiliation : EGOSAVING
36. 1952 and '56 candidate Stevenson : ADLAI
37. Muscat resident : OMANI
42. Treat tenderly : CODDLE
43. It should be raised on a ship : MORALE
44. Move furtively : SNEAK
45. "The Thinker" sculptor : RODIN
46. Three-piece apparel : SUIT
47. Thomas ___ Edison : ALVA
48. Willing to take part : GAME
49. Singer Adams : EDIE
50. Restaurant freebie : ROLL
51. Pub brews : ALES
52. They have Xings : RRS

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