New York Times, Monday, April 6, 1998

Author: Kenneth Witte
Editor: Will Shortz
Kenneth Witte
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 33 for Mr. Witte. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Gun sound : BANG
5. Gather : AMASS
10. Orioles' division, with "the" : EAST
14. Pulitzer writer James : AGEE
15. Powerful camera lens : MACRO
16. Early Peruvian : INCA
17. 1988 Costner/Sarandon film : BULLDURHAM
19. Strain at a ___ : GNAT
20. One in a wriggly field? : EEL
21. "I cannot tell ___" : ALIE
22. Component of natural gas : ETHANE
24. Conks out : DIES
25. R.B.I. or E.R.A. : STAT
26. Shocked : AGHAST
29. Pool users : SWIMMERS
33. Unlike flat beer : FOAMY
34. Unnamed ones : THEM
35. Daredevil Knievel : EVEL
36. Ripped : TORN
37. Baseball player news : TRADE
38. Grandmother : NANA
39. Catch sight of : ESPY
40. First-rate : AONE
41. NBC morning show : TODAY
42. Test anew : RESAMPLE
44. Porridges : GRUELS
45. Christmas carol : NOEL
46. Rhymer : POET
47. Plumber's tools : SNAKES
50. Isinglass : MICA
51. Toledo cheer : OLE
54. Either end of a magnet : POLE
55. 1984 Redford film : THENATURAL
58. Lotion ingredient : ALOE
59. Platform part, perhaps : RISER
60. Cincinnati nine : REDS
61. Entre ___ (confidentially) : NOUS
62. Brewer's need : YEAST
63. Protuberance : NODE
1. George Herman Ruth, familiarly : BABE
2. Malaria symptom : AGUE
3. Little Dickens girl : NELL
4. It keeps hair in place : GEL
5. Charm : AMULET
6. "61 in '61" slugger Roger : MARIS
7. Throb : ACHE
8. Mrs., in Madrid : SRA
9. Occasional : SOMETIME
10. 1988 Cusack film : EIGHTMENOUT
11. The "I" of "The King and I" : ANNA
12. Scrutinize : SCAN
13. London art gallery : TATE
18. "She loves me, she loves me not" flower : DAISY
23. ___-o'-shanter : TAM
24. 1958 Hunter/Verdon film : DAMNYANKEES
25. Stockholm resident : SWEDE
26. Subsequently : AFTER
27. Barnyard honker : GOOSE
28. Heavenly strings : HARPS
29. 1953 western hero : SHANE
30. Circumvent : EVADE
31. Of the kidneys : RENAL
32. Does in : SLAYS
34. One way to fish : TROLL
37. Wall hanging that tells a story : TAPESTRY
41. Pick up the tab : TREAT
43. Broadway's "Five Guys Named ___" : MOE
44. Junior's jalopy? : GOCART
46. Yearns (for) : PINES
47. Bridge : SPAN
48. ___ contendere : NOLO
49. Baseball's Matty or Moises : ALOU
50. Tableland : MESA
51. Cookie favorite : OREO
52. 29-Down player : LADD
53. Otherwise : ELSE
56. Shake a leg : HIE
57. Ornamental vase : URN

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