New York Times, Saturday, June 1, 1996

Author: B. Klahn
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Klahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 28 Missing: {FJQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Kind of course : OBSTACLE
9. The terrible twos, for one : PHASE
14. Poison pen letters : HATEMAIL
15. "Dover Beach" poet : ARNOLD
17. Dents-ly populated? : CRATERED
18. Take baby steps : TODDLE
19. Shakespearean eulogist : ANTONY
20. Kids : RIBS
22. Aspire : AIM
23. Approximate : ROUND
24. Failings : VICES
25. "The Simpsons" storekeeper : APU
26. Low notes : ONES
27. German spa city : BADEN
28. Bear country? : USSR
29. "___Girls" : LES
30. President who was a Princeton graduate : SYNGMANRHEE
32. Antiquated : MOTHEATEN
33. Attempts : HASAWHACKAT
36. Letters from mom? : TLC
39. Wang Lung's patient wife : OLAN
40. Laurey's aunt : ELLER
41. Carson's Carnac, e.g. : SEER
42. Pabst brew, familiarly : OLY
43. "Inside the Third Reich" author : SPEER
44. "Beetle Bailey" character : PLATO
45. Seat on the aisle : PEW
46. One of the Sinatras : TINA
47. Tees, e.g. : SHIRTS
48. Shalamar Gardens locale : LAHORE
50. Spiteful : VENOMOUS
52. Like 5's and 10's, e.g. : ARABIC
53. Slowly disappear : EVANESCE
54. R.E.M. vocalist Michael : STIPE
55. Canola oil source : RAPESEED
1. 1959 Neil Sedaka hit : OHCAROL
2. With no exceptions : BARNONE
3. Two of the Seven Wonders of the World : STATUES
4. Jackson Hole backdrop : TETONS
5. Rephrase : AMEND
6. Ingrid's "Notorious" co-star : CARY
7. Little white thing : LIE
8. Noted 60's activist : ELDRIDGECLEAVER
9. "Love Is a Battlefield" singer, 1983 : PATBENATAR
10. ___Perot : HROSS
11. Further : AND
12. Na2CO3 (chemical) : SODAASH
13. Orbital track : ELLIPSE
16. Reserved : DEMURE
21. Modern cubist? : ICEMAKER
24. Platinum-selling debut rock album of 1978 : VANHALEN
27. How some fast-food chicken is sold : BYTHEPIECE
28. Large server : URN
30. Foment : SOW
31. Fishermen's profit? : NET
32. Answer to the riddle of the Sphinx : MAN
33. Ballyhoo : HOOPLA
34. Very attentive : ALLEARS
35. "Eh?" : SAYWHAT
36. Chinese restaurant flower : TEAROSE
37. Leaves for lunch? : LETTUCE
38. Two-timed : CROSSED
41. Smothers with muck : SLIMES
43. Peel : STRIP
44. End of the line? : PHONE
47. Cinch : SNAP
49. It's a cinch, in Japan : OBI
51. "Die Meistersinger" heroine : EVA

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