New York Times, Thursday, February 19, 1998

Author: A. J. Santora
Editor: Will Shortz
A. J. Santora
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 225 for Mr. Santora. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Where Caesar landed, 46 B.C. : AFRICA
7. Huge : MASSIVE
14. Wavered : TEETERTOTTERED
16. Requires more than one person, in a saying : TAKESTWOTOTANGO
18. Pro ___ : TEM
19. Ask, as for a loan : HITUP
20. Fruit holder : STEM
21. Chap : GUY
22. Equivoque : PUN
23. Occupy : USE
24. Like best : PREFER
26. Part of an exchange : TAT
29. Hardly a libertine : PRIG
30. Ceremonial occasion : SEDER
31. Average : SOSO
32. A Turner : LANA
33. Match game? : TICTACTOE
36. French chef's mushroom : CEPE
39. Torrent : RASH
40. Photographer's setup : ANGLE
44. They're heard in rings : OLES
45. Giant of a Giant : OTT
46. Not a hog : SHARER
47. Suffix with pay : OLA
48. Continental money : ECU
49. Atmosphere: Prefix : AER
50. Tower site : PISA
52. First: Prefix : PROTO
55. Medit. country : ISR
56. Classic Jolson hit : TOOTTOOTTOOTSIE
60. Gains control, in a way : TURNSTHETABLES
61. Saliva : SPITTLE
62. Drives : STEERS
1. Lawyer: Abbr. : ATT
2. Showcase : FEATURE
3. What lost computer data may need to be : REKEYED
4. Detail : ITEM
5. These, in Thiers : CES
6. Film with the Oscar-winning song "Best That You Can Do" : ARTHUR
7. Kind of court : MOOT
8. An Aleutian : ATTU
9. Depot : STOP
10. Place : SET
11. Some investments, for short : IRAS
12. City with a view of Santa Cruz : VENTURA
13. Enters, but just barely : EDGESIN
15. Kind of bed : TWIN
17. The end, in Revelation : OMEGA
21. Docs : GPS
22. Lovely young woman : PERI
25. Throws a party for : FETES
26. A goner : TOAST
27. "The Nazarene" writer : ASCH
28. One in a romper room : TOT
29. Full assemblies : PLENA
31. TD's, e.g. : STAT
34. ___-Magnon : CRO
35. Home of Hickam Air Force Base : OAHU
36. Usurp : COOPT
37. Old sportscaster Win and others : ELLIOTS
38. Dense fog : PEASOUP
41. Karen of "Little House on the Prairie" : GRASSLE
42. More wary : LEERIER
43. Slip up : ERR
46. Darts : SCOOTS
48. Non-P.C. suffix : ETTE
51. Longfellow's "The Bell of ___" : ATRI
52. Assignment : POST
53. Mideast dry measure : ROTL
54. "___ days gone by!": Riley : OTHE
55. The Beatles' "Let ___" : ITBE
57. It can make a molehill out of a mountain : TNT
58. Feedbox grain : OAT
59. Skiing path : ESS

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