New York Times, Saturday, November 27, 1993

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 35 Missing: {QVZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 9 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Kind of publishing : DESKTOP
8. Car buyer’s concern : TRADEIN
15. Nonresident doctor: Var. : EXTERNE
16. Italian rice dish : RISOTTO
17. “Fowl” language? : BARNYARDEPITHET
19. She loves in Latin : AMAT
20. Suckle : NURSE
21. Sign on : HIRE
22. Cooper novel, with “The” : SPY
23. E.T.S. offering : SAT
24. Mop topper : CAP
25. Part of G.E.: Abbr. : ELEC
27. It’s an old story : FABLE
29. “Bye-bye” : TATA
30. Go for more oil : REDRILL
32. Stored some hay : ENSILED
34. Author Kobo of Japan : ABE
35. Take notes : JOT
36. Victims in a Bologna sculpture : SABINES
40. Mariner’s guide : POLARIS
44. President Arthur’s middle name : ALAN
45. Hang around : TARRY
47. Table salt : NACL
48. Puzzle fodder: Abbr. : WDS
49. _____ chi (meditative exercises) : TAI
50. Juno, but not Jupiter : DEA
51. Hard to grasp : DEEP
53. Simile start : LIKEA
55. Can-opener targets : LIDS
56. Way to mumble 17-Across : UNDERONESBREATH
59. Attic function : STORAGE
60. Early worker? : TRAINEE
61. Kind of proverbial pole : TENFOOT
62. Rests under a sombrero : SIESTAS
1. He’ll humiliate you : DEBASER
2. Role model, e.g. : EXAMPLE
3. Wandered off : STRAYED
4. Lane lover? : KENT
5. Make a federal case of? : TRY
6. _____ impulse : ONAN
7. Quick read : PERUSAL
8. Bridge support : TRESTLE
9. Ready enough : RIPE
10. “_____ was saying...” : ASI
11. Does once? : DOTH
12. Leading the good life : ETHICAL
13. Say again : ITERATE
14. Reporter’s book : NOTEPAD
18. Unexciting : DRAB
26. Business-news publisher Keith : CRAIN
27. Arms in the water? : FLEET
28. Use with relish : ENJOY
29. Business big shot : TITAN
31. _____ Saud : IBN
33. Roman Helios : SOL
36. Carpenter’s floor cover : SAWDUST
37. Pasta style : ALDENTE
38. Book-to-movie words : BASEDON
39. Faux wool : SATINET
40. Altar egos : PRIESTS
41. Glowing : RADIANT
42. Summer cooler : ICEDTEA
43. Knifes : SLASHES
46. It might turn over a new leaf : RAKE
52. Broadway showing, for short : PERF
53. NBC’s peacock, e.g. : LOGO
54. Shelter: Fr. : ABRI
55. Napoopoo neckwear : LEIS
57. P.V. Narasimha _____, Indian P.M. : RAO
58. _____ Dawn Chong : RAE

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