New York Times, Wednesday, March 4, 1998

Author: Jonathan Schmalzbach
Editor: Will Shortz
Jonathan Schmalzbach
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 29 for Mr. Schmalzbach. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Do a double take, e.g. : REACT
6. Affluence : MEANS
11. It paves the way : TAR
14. Result : ENSUE
15. Four-time N.L. home run leader : AARON
16. Till bill : ONE
17. Finishing touch : COUPDEGRACE
19. Dos Passos trilogy : USA
20. Pope's "___ Solitude" : ODEON
21. Taken around the track : TESTED
23. Winded : HUFFING
26. How the tabloids tell many stories : LURIDLY
27. Consolidates : UNITES
28. Pacific : SERENE
29. "Your place or mine?" and others : LINES
30. Hormone regulator : GLAND
31. Dupe : SAP
34. End piece : CODA
35. Jeweler's glass : LOUPE
36. Pickle : CURE
37. Hydrocarbon suffix : ENE
38. KFC leavings : BONES
39. Linen fabric : TOILE
40. Fishing nets : SEINES
42. Justice from New Hampshire : SOUTER
43. Tough puzzle, informally : STINKER
45. Own : POSSESS
46. Prove it! : THESIS
47. German-born Surrealist : ERNST
48. Azimuth : ARC
49. Terrorist's alias : NOMDEGUERRE
54. Toothpaste type : GEL
55. Public relations concern : IMAGE
56. "The American Crisis" pamphleteer : PAINE
57. She-sheep : EWE
58. Pleiades number : SEVEN
59. Tea drinker's request : SUGAR
1. Kind of room : REC
2. Rock's Brian : ENO
3. Tempe inst. : ASU
4. Preference : CUPOFTEA
5. Collectible stuffed toys : TEDDIES
6. Son of Japheth, in Genesis : MAGOG
7. Merit : EARN
8. Football's Parseghian : ARA
9. Feature of Mendelssohn's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" : NOCTURNE
10. Wore a belittling look : SNEERED
11. Right now : TOUTDESUITE
12. Photographer Adams : ANSEL
13. Alert : READY
18. Twilights, poetically : EENS
22. Avarice, e.g. : SIN
23. Actor Tom : HULCE
24. Kind of jack : UNION
25. Circa 1895-1900 : FINDESIECLE
26. Vaults : LEAPS
28. Swings around : SLUES
30. Hopeless case : GONER
32. Van Gogh locale : ARLES
33. Jury members : PEERS
35. Wanting company : LONESOME
36. Aqualung inventor : COUSTEAU
38. Some beachwear : BIKINIS
39. 50-50 situations : TOSSUPS
41. Rank on "Star Trek": Abbr. : ENS
42. Something to break into : SONG
43. Phase : STAGE
44. Lost on purpose : THREW
45. Get gussied up : PREEN
47. Keenness : EDGE
50. Dallas cager, for short : MAV
51. Outfit : RIG
52. Genetic initials : RNA
53. Always, in poems : EER

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