New York Times, Saturday, July 24, 1999

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JKQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 107 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Trick : FLIMFLAM
9. Gobbles : SCARFS
15. Dynamo : LIVEWIRE
16. Seal : CACHET
17. Gives up : ABANDONS
18. Give one's word : ASSURE
19. Divide : REND
20. Key phrase : NOSALE
22. Cold call? : BRR
23. 1951 play by Literature Nobelist Nelly Sachs : ELI
24. Enrich : LARD
25. Stretched out : LAIN
26. Spanish half-dozen : SEIS
28. Skirt : EDGE
29. Bistro offering : CARTE
30. 1957 #1 song : DIANA
32. Retard : ENCUMBER
34. Genuine : VERITABLE
36. Entered, oater-style : RODEINTO
39. Lab equipment : ETNAS
42. Join : ENROL
43. "Happy Days Are Here Again" composer : AGER
45. Number of film caballeros : TRES
47. Actress Young : SEAN
48. Raw material for Rumpelstiltskin : FLAX
49. 80's celeb known for his gold chains : MRT
50. Source of allergens : HAY
51. Not skilled in : POORAT
53. A teacher of John, Paul and George : RAVI
54. Asteroid with the closest approach to the sun : ICARUS
56. Claustrophobic : CLOSEDIN
58. Items on belts : PAGERS
59. "No kidding" : ITSAFACT
60. "The Christian Hero" author, 1701 : STEELE
61. Fixes, in a way : ASSESSES
1. Some warnings : FLARES
2. Victimized by the press, say : LIBELED
3. Russian Grand Duke, 1462-1505 : IVANIII
4. Make sound : MEND
5. N.B.A. position: Abbr. : FWD
6. Symbol on an English coat of arms : LION
7. "Happy Days" malt shop owner : ARNOLD
8. Elbert Hubbard work, with "A" : MESSAGETOGARCIA
9. Blast : SCALD
10. Matter of grammar : CASE
11. Some auto options, briefly : ACS
12. Spat : RHUBARB
13. Compound in computer memory cores : FERRITE
14. Less forgiving : STERNER
21. Playground : ARENA
25. Threnody : LAMENT
27. Get for less : SAVEON
28. Make : EARN
29. Kind of film : CULT
31. Diamond of note : NEIL
33. Handle holder? : CBER
35. Nationality prefix : ITALO
36. Sends along : RESHIPS
37. Game with two bases : ONEACAT
38. Transportation charge : DRAYAGE
40. Some forces : ARMADAS
41. Court opening : SERVICE
44. Praises : EXALTS
46. Is frugal : STINTS
48. Steamy 1998 Broadway revue : FOSSE
51. Small loop : PURL
52. Deep-six : TOSS
53. Some whistle blowers : REFS
55. Riddle-me-___ (children's book catchword) : REE
57. Ed.'s request : SAE

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