New York Times, Saturday, July 11, 1998

Author: Fran and Lou Sabin
Editor: Will Shortz
Fran Sabin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 30 Missing: {QVWXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 18 for Ms. Sabin. This is puzzle # 122 for Mr. Sabin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Photo lab supply : GELATIN
8. Some kings and princes : RAJAS
13. Circus Hall of Fame site : SARASOTA
14. Shows flexibility : ADAPTS
16. Gift for an Aquarius, maybe : AMETHYST
17. Standard accreditation : DEGREE
18. Rows : MELEES
19. Hieroglyph symbol : IBIS
21. C.P.A.'s suggestion : IRA
22. At ___ (stumped) : ALOSS
23. Old-time actress Negri : POLA
24. Be plenty hot : BOIL
25. Excoriation : RANT
26. Kind of colony : PENAL
27. First name in detective fiction : ERLE
28. It may be obtuse: Abbr. : ANG
29. Retreats : MONASTERIES
31. Consequential : RESULTING
32. They may pick up a few pointers : DOGCATCHERS
35. Hoedown participant : GAL
38. Condo, e.g. : UNIT
39. Curlew's locale : SHORE
40. Pool division : LANE
41. Classifies : PEGS
42. Trattoria entree : EELS
43. Tot's transport : BUGGY
44. Half a celebrated set : ENG
45. Nose: Prefix : NASI
46. Nitpicked : FUSSED
47. Birling matches : ROLEOS
49. Hugh Lofting's doctor : DOLITTLE
51. Barbecue fuel : STERNO
52. Ancient Greek lyric poet : ANACREON
53. Pelé's real first name : EDSON
54. Neil Simon play locale : YONKERS
1. Indonesian orchestra with a variety of percussion instruments : GAMELAN
2. By and by : ERELONG
3. Skinny : LATEST
4. The living end? : ASHES
5. Model cars, e.g. : TOYS
6. "___ no use" : ITS
7. Thanksgiving, for one : NATIONALHOLIDAY
8. Road hugger : RADIALTIRE
9. Thirst slakers : ADES
10. Binge : JAG
11. Logician's phrase : APRIORI
12. Unyielding : STERILE
13. Russian port, formerly Kuibyshev : SAMARA
15. Bobby and others : SEALES
20. Boomboxes : BLASTERS
23. Fudgelike treats with nuts : PENUCHES
24. "Lulu" composer : BERG
26. Like most bowls : POSTSEASON
29. "Throw ___ Kiss" (song of 1922) : MEA
30. Capt.'s inferior : ENS
31. Business records: Abbr. : RCTS
32. Con artists : DUPERS
33. Unvarying : ONENOTE
34. Reacted with nervous embarrassment, maybe : GIGGLED
35. Card : GAGSTER
36. "Measure for Measure" villain and others : ANGELOS
37. Kind of jar in lab experiments : LEYDEN
40. A reflection on Queen Elizabeth? : LUSTRE
43. Century, e.g. : BUICK
45. Proscription : NONO
46. Caramel-topped dessert : FLAN
48. Uncertain syllables : ERS
50. "Sail ___ Ship of State!": Longfellow : ONO

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