New York Times, Saturday, April 5, 1997

Author: Rand H. Burns
Editor: Will Shortz
Rand H. Burns
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 33 Missing: {BJQXZ} Spans: 4 Grid has super symmetry This is puzzle # 24 for Mr. Burns. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Baby bateleur : EAGLET
7. Stare : GOGGLE
13. Andiron : FIREDOG
15. Power structure : APPARAT
16. "The People vs. Larry Flynt" subject : FREEDOMOFSPEECH
18. File : EMERY
19. Uganda's Amin : IDI
20. Schedule : SLATE
21. Khakis : TANS
22. Show respect, in a way : KNEEL
24. Suffix with old : STER
25. City near Arnhem : EDE
26. Like fingerprints : WHORLED
28. KLM competitor : SAS
29. Overdue sum : ARREAR
31. Labyrinthine : DAEDAL
33. Stunted : PUNY
34. Do perfectly : NAIL
35. Actor Patinkin and others : MANDYS
37. Strike : DELETE
39. Yellow Pages listings: Abbr. : COS
40. Military trench diggers : SAPPERS
42. Grp. into genealogy : DAR
44. Morning's start, in old Rome? : ANTE
46. 1960-61 A.L. M.V.P. : MARIS
47. Brick maker : LEGO
48. It may produce Donner und Blitz : STURM
50. Minor player : COG
51. Busybodies' probes : NOSES
52. Classic 1928 musical set in London, with "The" : THREEPENNYOPERA
55. College goer : ELECTOR
56. More draconian : SEVERER
57. Principles of game play : SYSTEM
58. Napoleon, e.g. : PASTRY
1. Sissified : EFFETE
2. Large fleet of planes : AIRMADA
3. Wanderer's goal : GREENERPASTURES
4. Unfriendly looks : LEERS
5. Vortex : EDDY
6. Moreover : TOO
7. Front-line M.D.'s : GPS
8. Antonyms: Abbr. : OPPS
9. Highlanders : GAELS
10. Iranian expanse : GREATSALTDESERT
11. Milky : LACTEAL
12. Some anesthetics : ETHERS
14. Key of Mozart's Symphony No. 25 : GMINOR
15. Off the mark : AFIELD
17. ___-Spree Canal : ODER
22. Epithet meaning tentmaker : KHAYYAM
23. Near ringers : LEANERS
26. Proceeds : WENDS
27. Haggles : DEALS
30. Bolt : RUN
32. Fade out : DIE
35. Seventeen, e.g. : MONTHLY
36. Gizmo that holds things apart : SPACER
37. Condescends : DEIGNS
38. More gung-ho : EAGERER
39. Rigid social strata : CASTES
41. Linguistic stand-in: Abbr. : PRON
43. Iterated prayers : ROSARY
45. Right, in a way : ERECT
47. Runs : LOPES
49. Allot : METE
51. Astronomical sighting : NOVA
53. Relative of a peke : POM
54. "Uh-huh" : YEP

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