New York Times, Wednesday, May 26, 1999

Author: Randall J. Hartman
Editor: Will Shortz
Randall J. Hartman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FG} This is puzzle # 30 for Mr. Hartman. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Jack who said "Just the facts, ma'am" : WEBB
5. Scotch's partner : SODA
9. Mea ___ : CULPA
14. Water : AQUA
15. Rare multiple birth : QUAD
16. "Local" group : UNION
17. Break in the action : LULL
18. Reverse : UNDO
19. Open land : TRACT
20. Entertainer born in May 1919, the basis for five anagrams in this puzzle : LIBERACE
22. Supreme Court aides : CLERKS
23. Ill-mannered : RUDE
24. Perlman of "Cheers" : RHEA
25. Permits to pass : ADMITS
28. Parasites in Yellowstone? : BEARLICE
32. Sponge : MOOCH
33. Rat Pack first name : SAMMY
34. Cash register calculation : TAX
35. Sea flier : ERNE
36. Ask for donations from : HITUP
37. Part of C.D.: Abbr. : CERT
38. Effort from an Olympic city hopeful : BID
39. "Drat!" and "Egad!" : OATHS
40. Indonesian island : TIMOR
41. Bitter untruth? : ACERBLIE
43. Air around a fen : MIASMA
44. It has a calling : AVON
45. Raspberry : JEER
46. Stupefies : AMAZES
49. Act old-fogyish? : BEARELIC
53. Country estate : MANOR
54. Top-"grossing" film of 1975 : JAWS
55. ___ Raton, Fla. : BOCA
56. Bouquets : ODORS
57. Son of Adam and Eve : ABEL
58. Grandson of Adam and Eve : ENOS
59. A common one isn't always so common : SENSE
60. Depend (on) : RELY
61. Zoom ___ : LENS
1. Berlin ruin : WALL
2. Even start : EQUI
3. Iris's base : BULB
4. Wrap up some grain? : BALERICE
5. Cheerleading groups : SQUADS
6. Small portion : OUNCE
7. Florida's Miami-___ County : DADE
8. Goings-on : ADO
9. Tableware : CUTLERY
10. Fantastic : UNREAL
11. When repeated, a 1997 Jim Carrey movie : LIAR
12. Kind of mark : POCK
13. Workers in a column : ANTS
21. See 49-Down : RUTH
22. Victor : CHAMP
24. Uncle of note : REMUS
25. Tiny creature : AMEBA
26. Architectural style : DORIC
27. Tout le ___ (everybody): Fr. : MONDE
28. Clean up : BATHE
29. Subjects of gossip : ITEMS
30. Hit and rebound : CAROM
31. Newspaper rarity, nowadays : EXTRA
33. 60's protest : SITIN
36. Signs of divinity : HALOS
37. Nonconformist spy? : CIAREBEL
39. Lincoln's side of the penny : OBVERSE
40. Stadium area : TIER
42. Maugham's "The ___ Edge" : RAZORS
43. Like a pittance : MEASLY
45. Solitaire : JEWEL
46. Andy's partner : AMOS
47. Have it ___ : MADE
48. Shortly : ANON
49. With 21-Down, the first $80,000-a-year athlete : BABE
50. Solitary : LONE
51. Object of esteem : ICON
52. Actress Peggy : CASS
54. Bump : JAR

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