New York Times, Wednesday, April 22, 1998

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {QWX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 17 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Not for here : TOGO
5. Garfield's middle name : ABRAM
10. Use a lot : PARK
14. No longer thinking about : OVER
15. "The Lord of the Rings" character : FRODO
16. Initial, say : OKAY
17. Line of collectible 1980's cards : GARBAGEPAILKIDS
20. Sovereign : ALMIGHTY
21. Like Poe stories : EERIE
22. "Fancy ___!" : THAT
23. Broadcast snafu : DEADAIR
25. Like Samsung Corporation : KOREAN
28. Part of a screwdriver : VODKA
29. Some newspaper pages : OPEDS
30. Abbreviated version : MINI
31. Diving position : TUCK
35. G-man : FED
36. Tabloid talk shows, e.g. : TRASHTV
39. Up ___ point : TOA
40. Jockey's need : CROP
42. Sub in a tub : OLEO
43. Otherwise : IFNOT
45. Train track : RAILS
47. Grievously : SORELY
48. "Oklahoma!" choreographer : DEMILLE
51. Bash : GALA
52. In the bag : ONICE
53. Astringent's target : OILINESS
57. Ignorers of sound diet : JUNKFOODJUNKIES
60. Hurler Hershiser : OREL
61. "Romola" writer : ELIOT
62. Lollapalooza : ONER
63. Withered : SERE
64. Taylor of "The Nanny" : RENEE
65. London finales : ZEDS
1. Senate attire : TOGA
2. Face shape : OVAL
3. Kind of warfare : GERM
4. Took a round trip? : ORBITED
5. Knitter's project : AFGHAN
6. A.L. batting champ in three different decades : BRETT
7. Not pouring smoothly, as a liquid : ROPY
8. Org. quoted on toothpaste tubes : ADA
9. Miss Piggy, self-referentially : MOI
10. Prodded : POKEDAT
11. Director Kurosawa : AKIRA
12. They form central angles : RADII
13. 30's-40's bandleader Kay : KYSER
18. Shocked : AGHAST
19. Job for a plumber : LEAK
23. Hawaiian warbler : DONHO
24. Use a word processor, maybe : EDIT
25. Roman Catholic org. since 1882 : KOFC
26. Phone button : OPER
27. Start from scratch : REDO
28. Carpenter's clamps : VISES
30. "Atlantic City" director : MALLE
32. The ___ Reader : UTNE
33. Self-assurance : COOL
34. Stutterer's love? : KATY
37. Disturb : ROIL
38. String in a string quartet : VIOLIN
41. Sharp point : PRICKLE
44. "In & Out" director, 1997 : FRANKOZ
46. Hebrew leader : ALEF
47. Show respect to : SALUTE
48. Karate schools : DOJOS
49. Accustom : ENURE
50. Worker with a pick : MINER
51. Popular action figure : GIJOE
53. Valhalla V.I.P. : ODIN
54. German article : EINE
55. Spring purchase : SEED
56. Lat., Lith. and Ukr., once : SSRS
58. Anthem contraction : OER
59. Good ___ boy : OLE

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