New York Times, Friday, May 28, 2004

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 28 Missing: {BQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 198 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Television portmanteau word : SITCOM
7. Question to a consumer watchdog : ISITSAFE
15. Treetop whistler : ORIOLE
16. Like some relations : STRAINED
17. Ill-fated : DAMNED
18. Caterpillars, maybe : TRACTORS
19. Fashion model Wek : ALEK
20. Opinion leader? : ITHINK
22. Deserved : DUE
23. Take a flier? : JET
24. TV monitor? : VCHIP
25. Study grant named after a Rhode Island senator : PELL
26. Call up : EVOKE
28. ___ Plaza, former Calgary landmark name : ESSO
30. Draws on : USES
31. Disciplined : RIGOROUS
33. Grayish brown : DUN
35. Is a pro : KNOWSONESONIONS
40. A fourth of what's left? : TEN
41. Award for Neil Armstrong : AIRMEDAL
42. Prefix with graphic : IDEO
45. Certain voice : ALTO
47. Setting for "Androcles and the Lion" : ARENA
48. Neighbor of Swed. : NORW
49. One-eighty : UTURN
51. Water gate? : TAP
52. Do-say link : ASI
53. Tool for Edmund Hillary : ICEAXE
55. Lily who debuted as Lakmé : PONS
56. Hokum : JIVETALK
58. Biblical miracle worker : ELIJAH
60. Water : ADAMSALE
61. No put-on? : KIMONO
62. Treasure Stater : MONTANAN
63. Patronize, as an inn : STAYAT
1. One whose work is counter-productive? : SODAJERK
2. "The Stepford Wives" author : IRALEVIN
3. "See you later" : TIMETOGO
4. Go pffft, with "out" : CONK
5. Pennsylvania's ___ Bull State Park : OLE
6. "M*A*S*H" extra : MEDIC
7. Theater question : ISTHISSEATTAKEN
8. Peels : STRIPS
9. Shiraz locale : IRAN
10. Sticker : TACK
11. Chow order? : SIT
12. Certain terminals : ANODES
13. Schoolmaster's child-punisher : FERULE
14. "E-cars" : EDSELS
21. Kofi Annan's bailiwick : THEUN
24. Frost lines : VERSE
25. Less significant : PUNIER
27. Truckle : KOWTOW
29. Something you might turn up your nose at : ODOR
32. Mrs. Chaplin : OONA
34. Emasculate : UNMAN
36. Little Bighorn fighters : SIOUX
37. Schiller poem used by Beethoven : ODETOJOY
38. "Hey Jude" chorus : NANANANA
39. Possible goal : SLAPSHOT
42. Stuck : INAJAM
43. Square dance figure : DOSIDO
44. Armenia's capital, old-style : ERIVAN
46. Fashion designer Bartley : LUELLA
50. Makes a big stink : REEKS
53. "___ boy!" : ITSA
54. "Misery" co-star, 1990 : CAAN
55. Tucson's county : PIMA
57. One concerned with matters of the heart: Abbr. : EMT
59. On : LIT

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