New York Times, Wednesday, June 16, 1999

Author: Gilbert H. Ludwig
Editor: Will Shortz
Gilbert H. Ludwig
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Ludwig. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Word in telephone menu instructions : PRESS
6. Grocery list abbr. : DOZ
9. Concluded, with "up" : SEWN
13. Provisional government : JUNTA
14. News agcy. founded by Scripps : UPI
15. Lashes : CILIA
16. 1/60-minute drink? : SECONDCUP
18. Substantial : HEFTY
19. Brilliancies : IDEAS
20. Bond's base value : PAR
21. Lineage : DESCENT
24. Volley, as of questions : BARRAGE
28. Ant cows : APHIDS
29. San ___ : SALVADOR
30. Business salutation : SIRS
31. Up ___ (stuck) : ATREE
32. H.S. requirement : ENG
33. Source of 16- and 52-Across? : TIMEINABOTTLE
37. She has a day in May : MOM
38. Those opposed : ANTIS
39. Take on : HIRE
41. Tariff payer : IMPORTER
43. Not let go wild : REININ
45. In demand : DESIRED
46. Treasured figurines : HUMMELS
47. Small, in Dogpatch : LIL
48. Colonial term of address : SAHIB
49. Eighth man to walk on the moon : IRWIN
52. 60-minute drink? : HOURGLASS
56. 1954 Bogart role : QUEEG
57. Bit in a horse's mouth : OAT
58. U.S. Grant adversary : RELEE
59. Road extension : STER
60. One of the Clantons : IKE
61. Colchester's county : ESSEX
1. Bedwear, informally : PJS
2. Bemoan : RUE
3. Multi-vol. set : ENC
4. True grit : STOICISM
5. Smooth, as wood : SANDED
6. Bit of old gold : DUCAT
7. Work of art : OPUS
8. Goose egg : ZIP
9. Code word for "S" : SIERRA
10. Brownie : ELF
11. 1999 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama : WIT
12. Vote by 38-Across : NAY
15. "Baywatch" actor David : CHARVET
17. Retreats : DENS
20. Prefix with -lithic : PALEO
21. They prosecute perps : DAS
22. Embodiment : EPITOME
23. Midgets : SHRIMPS
24. Wire cutters? : BARBS
25. Sweet lady of song : ADELINE
26. Regan's poisoner : GONERIL
27. Fraction of a joule : ERG
29. Way up : STAIR
31. Put in a chip : ANTED
34. Stud, e.g. : EARRING
35. Silicon Valley name : INTEL
36. Sewer protectors : THIMBLES
37. U.S.N.A. student : MID
40. U.S.N.A. grad : ENS
42. More unctuous : OILIER
43. Essen basin : RUHR
44. Nabokov, e.g. : EMIGRE
46. ___ couture : HAUTE
48. Steep : SOAK
49. Mensa data : IQS
50. Same old grind : RUT
51. Minute : WEE
52. ___ polloi : HOI
53. Franken and Gore : ALS
54. "What did I tell you?" : SEE
55. Perennial talk show topic : SEX

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