New York Times, Saturday, May 17, 1997

Author: Daniel R. Stark
Editor: Will Shortz
Daniel R. Stark
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JKQXZ} This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Stark. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Greta Garbo portrayal : CAMILLE
8. Spans : CROSSES
15. Opposite of gregarious : ASOCIAL
16. Rung of a ship's "ladder" : RATLINE
17. With stridor : SHRILLY
18. Condense : ABRIDGE
19. These yield gum arabic : ACACIAS
20. Nappies : DIAPERS
21. Horsehide or pigskin : BALL
22. Brandish : WIELD
24. Jalousie unit : SLAT
25. First name in photography : ANSEL
27. Consumption : USE
28. One of the Hindu Trimurti : SHIVA
29. Employs a scope : AIMS
31. Fort Sill resident : SOONER
32. Pillowcase material : MUSLIN
36. Members of the birch family : ALDERS
37. Apprentice : INTERN
38. Crab Key fortress villain : DRNO
40. New England "catch of the day" : SCROD
41. Mature, in a way : DUE
42. Above, in a text : SUPRA
47. Blow the whistle : TOOT
48. Frat recruits : FROSH
50. Implored : PLED
51. Easy victory : RUNAWAY
53. It's stuck in a corner : POSTAGE
55. Modernize : UPGRADE
56. Triggers : IGNITES
57. Equipment for a work detail : SLEDGES
58. Attire : RAIMENT
59. Minimally worded : TERSEST
60. Understanding : ENTENTE
1. Yellow-skinned fruit : CASABA
2. ___ School (20th-century art group) : ASHCAN
3. Plutarch work : MORALS
4. Site of a cold snap? : ICICLE
5. 1953 Mel Ferrer film : LILI
6. TV title on a license plate : LALAW
7. Shangri-la : ELYSIUM
8. Birthplace, metaphorically : CRADLE
9. Very enthusiastic, as a fan : RABID
10. Other, to Orozco : OTRA
11. Careless : SLIPSHOD
12. Moonlighting : SIDELINE
13. Lapidary, at times : ENGRAVER
14. Hit the canvas : SEESTARS
23. Non-P.C. suffix : ESS
26. Nixon Defense Secretary : LAIRD
28. Memorable flights : SOLOS
30. Wayhouse : INN
31. Honshu honorific : SAN
32. Doubt : MISTRUST
33. Disconnect : UNCOUPLE
34. More intense : STRONGER
35. Aerobics gear : LEOTARDS
38. Brace : DUO
39. Get some air? : RESPIRE
41. Most in need of a moisturizer : DRYEST
43. Computer availability : UPTIME
44. Typewriter roller : PLATEN
45. University official : REGENT
46. Hymn opening : ADESTE
48. Drops out of contention : FADES
49. TV colonel : HOGAN
52. "Minimum" amount : WAGE
54. Tizzy : SNIT

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