New York Times, Monday, November 2, 1998

Author: Sheldon Benardo
Editor: Will Shortz
Sheldon Benardo
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Benardo. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Castle protection : MOAT
5. Watch chains : FOBS
9. Moby-Dick, for one : WHALE
14. Tuneful Fitzgerald : ELLA
15. Nabisco cookie : OREO
16. Sponsorship : AEGIS
17. Coal stratum : SEAM
18. True : REAL
19. Affixes in a scrapbook, say : GLUES
20. Willie Mays at the Y? : AGIANTAMONGMEN
23. Traffic arteries : ROADS
24. Corrida cry : OLE
25. Olympic awards : MEDALS
28. Study of verse : POETICS
32. Standing : ERECT
33. Horse color : ROAN
35. Slice : CUT
36. Crossword by Joe DiMaggio, e.g.? : YANKEEINGENUITY
40. Somme summer : ETE
41. TV's Nick at ___ : NITE
42. NBC newsman Roger : ONEIL
43. She played the pretty woman in "Pretty Woman" : ROBERTS
46. Not mono : STEREO
47. Former Mideast inits. : UAR
48. Was inquisitive : ASKED
50. Ken Griffey Jr. at 100? : ANCIENTMARINER
56. Disappearing phone features : DIALS
57. Final notice : OBIT
58. Part of a marching band : TUBA
59. Wally's pal in "Leave It to Beaver" : EDDIE
60. Post-Christmas event : SALE
61. Dutch cheese : EDAM
62. Hippie attire : BEADS
63. Ogles : EYES
64. Lairs : DENS
1. Phoenix suburb : MESA
2. Designer Cassini : OLEG
3. Jai ___ : ALAI
4. American larch : TAMARACK
5. Former Supreme Court Justice Abe : FORTAS
6. Mountain nymph : OREAD
7. Rays : BEAMS
8. Alone : SOLO
9. Move rapidly from side to side : WAGGLE
10. Footballer's protection : HELMET
11. Chills : AGUE
12. Legal claim : LIEN
13. Test-track curve : ESS
21. Nick of "The Prince of Tides" : NOLTE
22. Opposite of everybody : NOONE
25. Notorious Lansky : MEYER
26. Muse with a lyre : ERATO
27. Star in Cygnus : DENEB
28. Leaf : PAGE
29. Less welcoming : ICIER
30. ___ pie (sweetheart) : CUTIE
31. French pen : STYLO
33. Reformer Jacob : RIIS
34. It's west of Que. : ONT
37. ___ nous (confidentially) : ENTRE
38. Citer : NOTER
39. Like a first draft : UNEDITED
44. Geometer of 300 B.C. : EUCLID
45. Workers' rewards : RAISES
46. Ice hockey equipment : SKATES
48. Cornered : ATBAY
49. Photog's request : SMILE
50. Helper : AIDE
51. Zippo : NADA
52. Sniffer : NOSE
53. Classic art subject : NUDE
54. Israel's Abba : EBAN
55. Butts : RAMS
56. Society girl : DEB

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