New York Times, Friday, April 9, 1999

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31 Missing: {JQWXZ} This is puzzle # 86 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. It challenges the imagination : ABSTRACTART
12. Places to find tracks: Abbr. : LPS
15. "Moll Flanders" author : DANIELDEFOE
16. Pique : IRE
17. Sabin development : ORALVACCINE
18. Verify : VET
19. Garden ___ : SAGE
20. Incautious : HEEDLESS
22. Alexander Calder form : STABILE
26. Safe, on board : ALEE
27. Kazakhstan, once: Abbr. : SSR
30. Made go, in a way : OARED
31. "Natural History" author : PLINY
32. Shoshonean language : UTE
33. They were once burned : BRAS
34. "Reader, I married him" writer : BRONTE
35. Stamp on a package : COD
36. Suffix with ball or bass : OON
37. "O Sole ___" : MIO
38. People people, for short : EDS
39. Man of choice : HOBSON
41. Man around the house, maybe : HELP
42. ___ Tomé : SAO
43. Book category : ADULT
44. Lighter : BARGE
45. Thesis intro? : SYN
46. "___ make a long story short..." : SOTO
47. People with licenses : DRIVERS
49. Cabinet department : INTERIOR
51. One for the road : HOBO
55. Auto racer ___ Fabi : TEO
56. Trusted : ONONESHONOR
60. Halfway house? : INN
61. Bring home the bacon : MAKEALIVING
62. 60's grp. : SDS
63. Good amount of money : PRETTYPENNY
1. Ructions : ADOS
2. "Cleopatra" star, 1917 : BARA
3. Rub, in a way : SNAG
4. What grout may separate : TILES
5. Gun : REV
6. In the way of : ALA
7. Atlanta-based medical org. : CDC
8. Helpful group on-line : TECHIES
9. Off the beaten track : AFIELD
10. Actress Blakley of "Nashville" : RONEE
11. Miffed, with "off" : TEED
12. Brio : LIVELINESS
13. Contemporary : PRESENTDAY
14. Sees : SETSEYESON
21. "Le roi d'Ys" composer : LALO
23. Additionally : TOBOOT
24. Early priest : AARON
25. Product of sifting : BRAN
27. For better or worse : SUCHASITIS
28. Turned up? : STOODONEND
29. Joe Kelly player in "Sayonara" : REDBUTTONS
31. Right : PROPER
34. Part of a hull : BILGE
37. First name in old TV talk : MERV
40. Spiny shrub : SLOE
41. Beehive protector : HAIRNET
44. "...foreign field that is forever England" penner : BROOKE
47. Iranian bread : DINAR
48. Treat rudely, in a way : SHOVE
50. Runaway : ROMP
52. Getting ___ years : ONIN
53. City near the Westerwald : BONN
54. Unbridled indulgence : ORGY
57. Fill the bill? : EAT
58. Like some digs : SLY
59. Swiveler : HIP

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