New York Times, Friday, July 10, 1998

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33 Missing: {FQXZ} This is puzzle # 20 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. MTV alternative : VHONE
6. Ice holders : CHESTS
12. "Talking Straight" author : IACOCCA
15. Drop-off center, of sorts : DAYCARE
16. Hot : ONAROLL
17. Bad : IMMORAL
18. Golfer Hinkle : LON
19. "Saul and David" composer Carl : NIELSEN
21. One might find it boring : AWL
22. Tolstoy hero : IVAN
24. Typical beginning : PROTO
25. Pas ___ (gentle ballet step) : ALLE
26. Carried chair : SEDAN
28. Seesaw necessity : TWO
29. Emulate Snidely Whiplash : SNEER
30. Globetrot : TRAVEL
32. Construction workers : ERECTERS
34. Priestly robes : ALBS
36. Hatcher of "Lois & Clark" : TERI
37. Group with the #1 album "Vitalogy" : PEARLJAM
41. Young raptor : EAGLET
45. Ledger line : ENTRY
46. M.P.H. : VEL
48. Many times before? : MULTI
49. Perry's creator : ERLE
50. Part of R.W.E. : WALDO
52. One to build on? : ACRE
53. Big inits. in camping : KOA
54. Engaging : WINSOME
56. 1950 film "___ Very Own" : OUR
57. Minute Maid competitor : SUNKIST
59. The Eve of mythology : PANDORA
61. Arrays : ATTIRES
62. More than sweet : ANGELIC
63. Like a span of oxen : TEAMED
64. Man behind the wheel : SAJAK
1. One who takes a bow : VIOLIST
2. Queen Victoria's house : HANOVER
3. Strains at SkyDome : OCANADA
4. "___ gloom of night..." : NOR
5. Course with charts: Abbr. : ECON
6. Small part : CAMEO
7. Service break? : HYMN
8. Prefix with -cide : ECO
9. Big name in cakes : SARALEE
10. Shrimp boat, e.g. : TRAWLER
11. Shopkeepers : SELLERS
13. Kind of joint : CLIP
14. Tornado siren, e.g. : ALERT
15. Misrepresent : DISTORT
20. "Oxford Blues" star, 1984 : LOWE
23. Historical kingdom in the Pyrenees : NAVARRE
25. Island Columbus reached in 1493 : ANTIGUA
27. Literature Nobelist Sachs : NELLY
29. Take a powder : SCRAM
31. Great Society inits. : LBJ
33. Shoe store stamp : EEE
35. Pundits : SAVANTS
37. Views furtively : PEEKSAT
38. Coming : ENROUTE
39. Where Shannon Miller won gold : ATLANTA
40. Sitcom eatery : MELS
42. Grammy winner for "Hey Lover" : LLCOOLJ
43. Ancient land between the Arno and Tiber : ETRURIA
44. Clothes closet accessory : TIERACK
47. Parkinsonism treatment : LDOPA
50. Got hip, with "up" : WISED
51. Qabus bin Said's domain : OMAN
54. Race's end : WIRE
55. M.I.T. grads: Abbr. : ENGS
58. Kipling novel : KIM
60. Bust makers, for short : DEA

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