New York Times, Friday, June 5, 1998

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 28 Missing: {QZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 75 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. "Please be ___" : SEATED
7. Understandable : COHERENT
15. Plenary : ENTIRE
16. Start of Barney's theme song : ILOVEYOU
17. Beating : ATHROB
18. Pre-meltdown signal, maybe : REDALERT
19. Part of the food pyramid : BREADS
20. "Misery" star : CAAN
21. Rouge or noir, e.g. : BET
22. "Rawhide" singer : LAINE
23. Native of Kirkuk : KURD
24. River crossed in the Korean War : YALU
25. Child-rearer's comment? : UPSADAISY
27. Swindle : MULCT
28. Planner's fig. : EST
29. Name, either good or bad : REP
30. Ring responses? : HELLOS
31. Talus : ANKLEBONE
34. James and Jackson : JESSES
37. Have, as a fever : RUN
38. Touch of Jack Frost : NIP
41. Just vegetate : EXIST
42. Cape Dutch : AFRIKAANS
45. Give ___ on the back : APAT
46. Mate's call : AHOY
47. The unmarried woman in "An Unmarried Woman" : ERICA
48. Escape : LAM
49. Collection agent's target : OWER
50. Rough voice, metaphorically : GRAVEL
51. Low-grade, as conflagrations go : ONEALARM
53. Straight : UNBENT
54. 1898 ship in the news : USSMAINE
55. Oder-___ Line (German-Polish border) : NEISSE
56. Take care of : SEEAFTER
57. Roofing specialist : SLATER
1. Aquamarine : SEABLUE
2. Gets in a sting : ENTRAPS
3. Evangelist's target : ATHEIST
4. European capital : TIRANA
5. Gradually disappeared : ERODED
6. Ball girls? : DEBS
7. Seal, e.g. : CIRCUSPERFORMER
8. Mrs. of legend : OLEARY
9. Surfer wannabe : HODAD
10. Hunter of fiction : EVAN
11. Bapt. or Episc. : REL
12. Socket filler : EYEBALL
13. Razor brand : NORELCO
14. Chiding remarks : TUTTUTS
23. German canal city : KIEL
24. Kind of tide : YULE
26. Safe places : ARKS
27. Husbands : MEN
30. Daughter of Hägar the Horrible : HONI
31. Second: Abbr. : ASST
32. ABC, e.g. : NET
33. Repress in memory : BURY
34. Green, in a way : JEALOUS
35. Great Plains, e.g. : EXPANSE
36. Popular cat : SIAMESE
38. Least worldly : NAIVEST
39. More than displease : INCENSE
40. Church book : PSALTER
42. Pipe-smoking actor Brian : AHERNE
43. Part of an ear : KERNEL
44. Home of the descendants of Ishmael : ARABIA
46. Anticipate : AWAIT
49. Minnesota's St. ___ College : OLAF
50. Aims (for) : GUNS
52. Journal publisher, for short : AMA

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