New York Times, Friday, June 20, 1997

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JKQXZ} Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry This is puzzle # 64 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. A flat's equivalent : GSHARP
7. Fortune teller : ORACLE
13. Glacial matter : ICEFALL
15. Violent struggles : THROES
16. Metalsmith's tool : BALLPEEN
18. Jazz lover's tag : HEPCAT
19. Wrath : IRE
20. Herbal drink : SAGETEA
22. Big heart? : ACE
23. Hawaiian goose : NENE
25. Enjoy : SAVOR
26. Distress signal : ACHE
27. Perceive : GRASP
29. Energetic, strong-willed type, supposedly : LEO
30. Introduction : PROEM
31. Investigators sometimes follow them : PAPERTRAILS
34. Spawning ground of Atlantic eels : SARGASSOSEA
35. Challenges : RUNSAGAINST
36. Rental craft : CANOE
37. Heavy-duty cleanser : LYE
38. Liszt piece : ETUDE
42. Elevation : HILL
43. Spanish playwright Calderon : PEDRO
45. Western Samoa's capital : APIA
46. Fiat model : UNO
47. Dreams of Daniel, e.g. : VISIONS
49. Third word in a limerick : WAS
50. Change the subject, perhaps : MOVEON
52. Kind of ears : ELEPHANT
54. Start of many Latin American place names : PUERTO
55. Glacier Garden city : LUCERNE
56. Mason assistant : STREET
57. Cater basely : PANDER
1. Taunting : GIBING
2. Bogeyman : SCARER
3. Seat of Lewis and Clark County : HELENA
4. Its first pres. was Samuel Gompers : AFL
5. Some corporal punishment : RAPS
6. Court motions : PLEAS
7. Additional : OTHER
8. Moon of Saturn : RHEA
9. "Human Concretion" artist : ARP
10. Classic producer : COCACOLA
11. Percolates, as water : LEACHES
12. Treasure : ESTEEM
14. Leading court figures : LEGALEAGLES
17. Persevere : NEVERSAYDIE
21. Snack item named after the inventor's 6-year-old daughter : TOOTSIEROLL
24. Language of 350 million : ESPANOL
26. Brief solo : ARIETTA
28. Make sentence sense : PARSE
30. Like yesterday's news : PASSE
32. Golfing initials : PGA
33. California Rep. Dellums : RON
34. Heliolater : SUNLOVER
35. Stadium disappointment : RAINOUT
36. Hardly geniuses : CHUMPS
39. Northbound, on most maps : UPWARD
40. One of the Lennon Sisters : DIANNE
41. A time to dye? : EASTER
43. Wine grape : PINOT
44. Early Ping-Pong score : ONEUP
47. Blackball, e.g. : VOTE
48. Stray home : SPCA
51. Before : ERE
53. Farm mother : HEN

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