New York Times, Friday, November 6, 1998

Author: Bob Klahn
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Klahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 62, Blocks: 32 Missing: {FJKQWZ} Spans: 8, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 34 for Mr. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. It'll give you an even split : BISECTOR
9. Hello and goodbye : SHALOM
15. "Heat" star, 1995 : ALPACINO
16. European capital : TIRANA
17. Was taught how to do something : LEARNEDTHEROPES
19. Result of a buyout, perhaps : EARLYRETIREMENT
20. Some hummingbirds : EMERALDS
21. Humble beginning : LOGCABIN
28. Vice President under Grover Cleveland : ADLAIESTEVENSON
36. Extended patience, perhaps : DOUBLESOLITAIRE
37. Get all gussied up : DRESSTOTHENINES
38. Lesser Spanish noblemen : HIDALGOS
39. Revolver feature, perhaps : SNUBNOSE
46. Academic settings : COLLEGECAMPUSES
54. They're likely to come to blows : ACTIVEVOLCANOES
55. 1964 Hitchcock thriller : MARNIE
56. Channel surfer's locale, maybe : RECLINER
57. ___ Indian : PLAINS
58. Superfluities : EXCESSES
1. Make a bundle : BALE
2. Intestinal parts : ILEA
3. Wrangle : SPAR
4. Lady's man : EARL
5. Only same-year N.C.A.A. and N.I.T. tourney winner (1950) : CCNY
6. Piece of cake? : TIER
7. French wave : ONDE
8. Despicable : ROTTENTOTHECORE
9. About 1.3 cubic yards : STERE
10. Engaging individual : HIRER
11. Pervasive quality : AROMA
12. Place for a pin : LAPEL
13. Incessantly : ONEND
14. Standard bearers : MASTS
18. "It Must Be ___" : HIM
21. "The Carpetbaggers" co-star, 1964 : LADD
22. Sure target : ODOR
23. Bond, but not James Bond : GLUE
24. They're called on account of rain : CABS
25. Troubles : AILS
26. Shade of red : BEET
27. "And what ___ rare as..." : ISSO
29. Precollege : ELHI
30. Fought : VIED
31. Peak near Paterno : ETNA
32. Clip-and-file item : NAIL
33. Community event : SING
34. Treat with milk : OREO
35. Stack part : NESS
39. No-goodnik : SCAMP
40. Suitable for extreme dieters : NOCAL
41. Sound beginning? : ULTRA
42. Buckwheat pancakes : BLINI
43. "Mighty Lak' a Rose" composer : NEVIN
44. Architectural moldings : OGEES
45. Unspecified no. : SEV
47. One of the sisters in "Sisters" : ALEX
48. Year in the reign of Edward I : MCCC
49. Blanch : PALE
50. French part of the U.S.A. : UNIS
51. Offspring : SONS
52. A really big shoe : EEEE
53. C.I.S. members, once : SSRS

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