New York Times, Saturday, November 20, 1999

Author: A. J. Santora
Editor: Will Shortz
A. J. Santora
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JKQXYZ} This is puzzle # 225 for Mr. Santora. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Never-ending story : SOAPOPERA
10. More likely to retire : SHIER
15. Not that good : OVERRATED
16. Like headlines : TERSE
17. Big advertiser at Indy : FIRESTONE
18. Range ridge : ARETE
19. B'nai B'rith watchdog org. : ADL
20. Cairo's river : OHIO
21. Made right : ATONED
22. Arabic name preceder : IBN
24. Radio audience : LISTENERS
26. Steward's charge : WINE
28. Some like it hot : CEREAL
29. "Women, Race & Class" author Davis : ANGELA
31. Tying the knot : SPLICING
36. Dazes : STUPORS
38. Voice : SONANCE
39. Not out of the question : POSSIBLE
41. Zone : SECTOR
42. Pontiffs' accessories : TIARAS
44. School administration : TEST
45. Where some waves originate : EPICENTER
49. It was launched in 1986 : MIR
50. À gogo : GALORE
51. Bit : MITE
53. 1992 Kentucky Derby winner ___ E. Tee : LIL
56. It may be full of lemons : GROVE
57. Ignominy : DISREPUTE
59. Capt. Davies's portrayer in "Roots" : ASNER
60. Motivation affecters : ATTITUDES
61. Fosters : REARS
62. Driving force? : TEAMSTERS
1. Sitter's choice : SOFA
2. "Tristia" poet : OVID
3. Its logo is a shamrock : AERLINGUS
4. Season opener? : PRE
5. Bean seen on-screen : ORSON
6. Approach : PATH
7. Brisé performer : ETOILE
8. Some examples of Impressionism : RENOIRS
9. "Hand-Made Fables" writer : ADE
10. Place for a road sign : STATELINE
11. Long-legged fisher : HERON
12. Rich or Worth : IRENE
13. Triglyceride, for one : ESTER
14. Oboe duet? : REEDS
21. Buffaloed : ATALOSS
23. Sounds from the hood : BEEPS
25. Fall mos. : SEPS
26. One of a traditional elite : WASP
27. Turned on by : INTO
28. Spencer, e.g. : CARBINE
30. Idle sorts : LOITERERS
32. Plants in a dry place : CACTI
33. Rest time : INTERLUDE
34. Base runners?: Abbr. : NCOS
35. Hurricane of 1999 : GERT
37. Crate component : SLAT
40. Solitary one : EREMITE
43. Aretha Franklin's recording label : ARISTA
45. Grant's "Walk, Don't Run" co-star : EGGAR
46. Analyze : PARSE
47. Actress Massey : ILONA
48. What some runners run for : COVER
49. What some runners run in : MEETS
52. Quick cut : TRIM
54. Anatomical aqueduct : ITER
55. Not so great : LESS
57. "Who ___?" (slangy query) : DAT
58. Assign : PUT

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