New York Times, Thursday, April 24, 1997

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJKQZ} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 28 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Not occurring naturally : STAGED
7. Beach resort near San Diego : DELMAR
13. Unfortunate landing spot for a parachutist : TREETOP
15. Fabric border : SELVAGE
16. Workout expert : PERSONALTRAINER
18. Bon ___ : MOT
19. Not exactly PG-rated : STEAMY
20. Dos halved : UNO
21. Court wear : ROBES
23. Incite : EGGON
24. There was much of this in Shakespeare : ADO
25. Lilly of Lilly Pharmaceutical : ELI
26. N.B.A. venue, with "the" : OMNI
28. Acclaim : ECLAT
30. H.M.O. employee : DOC
31. "Midnight Cowboy" role : RATSO
33. "A bird," "a plane" or "Superman" preceder : ITS
34. Decorator, e.g. : EMBELLISHER
38. Tic-tac-toe failure : OXO
39. Where the United Nations' setup was discussed : YALTA
40. Pilot's announcement, for short : ETA
43. Insolent look : SNEER
45. Bygone leader : TSAR
46. Mo. to celebrate National Clown Week : AUG
47. Blacken : TAR
48. Actress MacDowell : ANDIE
51. Man with a mission : PADRE
53. Abbr. after a comma : ETC
54. More urbane : SUAVER
56. "Tasty!" : MMM
57. Workout incentive : WEIGHTREDUCTION
61. Most lenient : EASIEST
62. Rat : STOOLIE
63. Ornate : DRESSY
64. It had many missions : APOLLO
1. "The Racer's Edge" : STP
2. Diva's device : TREMOLO
3. Workout activity : AEROBICEXERCISE
4. "Beau ___" : GESTE
5. W.W. II command : ETO
6. Family figures? : DONS
7. Skin: Prefix : DERMO
8. Comedienne Boosler : ELAYNE
9. Year in Nero's reign : LVI
10. Workout machine : MANUALTREADMILL
11. Hidden items, sometimes : AGENDAS
12. Transplant : REROOT
14. How obvious? Very much so! : PATENTLY
15. Solo, in a way : STAG
17. Kind of aide : LEGISLATIVE
21. Flushed : RED
22. Gather on a surface, chemically : SORB
27. Fannie or Ginnie follower : MAE
29. Cannes co. : CIE
32. Sesames : OILSEEDS
35. Howard of comedy : MOE
36. D.C.'s Union ___ : STA
37. Irish national symbol : HARP
38. Rampaging : ONATEAR
41. Hurly-burly : TURMOIL
42. Sit in the cellar : AGE
43. Liquored up : STEWED
44. Nonvolcanic eruptions : RASHES
49. Cuckoo : NUTSY
50. Old Dodge model : DART
52. Reply in a children's argument : AMTOO
55. Actress Lee of TV and film : RUTA
58. Grunts, so to speak : GIS
59. "Bear" : COP
60. Modernist, for short : NEO

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