New York Times, Friday, April 12, 2002

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 32 Missing: {F} This is puzzle # 153 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Capital built on the Northern Pacific Railroad : BISMARCK
9. Tower rentals? : UHAULS
15. Cosmetics ingredient : ALOEVERA
16. Unexpected skipper : NOSHOW
17. In unison : ASONEMAN
18. Sarcastic reply : IMSURE
19. Send up : SATIRIZE
20. Made a quick change : VEERED
21. Suit maker: Abbr. : ATTY
22. Cockamamie : INANE
23. Sets : JELLS
26. Like olde shoppes : QUAINT
30. Lover who abandoned Psyche : EROS
31. Goes downhill : RUNSTOSEED
35. Heady feeling? : EGO
36. There from the start : BUILTIN
37. What a feller needs : AXE
38. Unwanted overhangs : POTBELLIES
40. Rose : GREW
41. Actress Mimieux : YVETTE
42. Hardly the shrinking violet type : BOSSY
43. Run : SPATE
46. Loughlin of "Full House" : LORI
48. College achievement : TENURE
50. Willy-nilly : ATRANDOM
54. Start over with pen and pad : REDRAW
55. Entry to a castle, maybe : IRONGATE
56. Repay : AVENGE
57. High-muck-a-muck : MANDARIN
58. Acceptances : YESSES
59. Quick study : SPOTTEST
1. 49-Down cries : BAAS
2. The kid in "Here's looking at you, kid" : ILSA
3. Dirty coat : SOOT
4. Servile group : MENIALS
5. Heads off : AVERTS
6. Word before an amount on a bill : REMIT
7. Bee product? : CRAZYQUILT
8. Jeffrey Archer's "___ and Abel" : KANE
9. Part of A.A.U.W.: Abbr. : UNIV
10. Follow a signal to : HOMEINON
11. Acceptances : ASSENTS
12. "Star Trek" lieutenant : UHURA
13. Best Actress winner for "Two Women" : LOREN
14. Celsius, e.g. : SWEDE
23. Transport for rough terrain : JEEP
24. Conclusion preceder : ERGO
25. Swag : LOOT
27. Needing a match : UNLIT
28. What someone's mind may be like : ASTEELTRAP
29. "Really?" : ITIS
31. Reign : RULE
32. Canal zones? : EARS
33. Ones who may have issues over issues : EXES
34. ___-eyed : DEWY
36. Sarsaparilla, e.g. : BEVERAGE
39. Alternately : BYTURNS
40. Attacking : GOINGAT
42. German chancellor who won a Nobel Peace Prize : BRANDT
43. Sin : STRAY
44. Nettle : PEEVE
45. Heights north of Tierra del Fuego : ANDES
47. Northeast town named for a Penobscot chief : ORONO
49. Shropshire females : EWES
50. Intentions : AIMS
51. Advice for the timid : DARE
52. Miss in a 1934 song : OTIS
53. Suffix with base or case : MENT

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