New York Times, Saturday, July 3, 1999

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 31 Missing: {JMQX} This is puzzle # 53 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Security precaution : PHOTOID
8. Add through growth : ACCRETE
15. Play in three parts : HENRYVI
16. Trampled (on) : TREADED
17. Jones and Smith, maybe : ALIASES
18. House contractor's job : ROOFING
19. Export : SEND
20. High places : SKIES
22. Certain sheet : FLOE
23. One-named Irish singer : ENYA
24. They fit together snugly : NESTLERS
26. Like the Talmud : HEBRAIC
30. He swore fidelity to Fidel : CHE
31. Believer in a world of good vs. evil : DUALIST
32. "___ pales in Heaven the morning star": Lowell : ERE
33. Monopolize : HOG
36. Prerevolutionary goings-on : UNRESTS
37. Earnest to a fault : ZEALOUS
39. "The Phantom Menace" creations : ETS
40. The Thatcher years, e.g., in Britain : ERA
41. What might follow off-shore drilling? : REGATTA
42. ___-Magnon : CRO
43. Learns easily : TAKESTO
44. Diner side : COLESLAW
48. Pounds, say : HEFT
50. Some wraps : OBIS
51. Bagel choice : ONION
54. "___ My Heart" (1930 song) : INTO
55. "The Great Gatsby" locale : WESTEGG
57. Highlight : POINTUP
59. Left holdings : ESTATES
60. Undistinguished imitator : EPIGONE
61. Check preceder? : DESSERT
62. Fish catcher with prongs : LEISTER
1. Stage : PHASE
2. Best Actress of 1997 : HELENHUNT
3. Old : ONINYEARS
4. Like baseball cards : TRADABLE
5. Sounds of dismay : OYS
6. "Concord" composer : IVES
7. Frisbee : DISK
8. Answer to the folk riddle "One leg, many hands" : ATREE
9. 1942 Rawlings work set in the backwoods of Florida : CROSSCREEK
10. Head of a board: Abbr. : CEO
11. Popular fund-raiser : RAFFLE
12. Overseer of ancient Roman public works : EDILE
13. Purport : TENOR
14. They may be filed : EDGES
21. Business abbr. : INC
25. Start of titles by Auden, Wharton and Paine : THEAGE
27. Platforms : RISERS
28. House examiner? : ASTROLOGER
29. Words with shame or boy : ITSA
31. Rightful : DUE
32. Book that tells of the rebuilding of the Temple of Jerusalem : EZRA
33. Namibia native : HOTTENTOT
34. Too low, maybe : OUTOFTUNE
35. Fed. oversight group : GSA
38. Punishments at sea : LASHINGS
42. Sport baskets : CESTAS
43. ___-nighter (baseball event) : TWI
44. Opposite of bold : COWED
45. More than large : OBESE
46. Isn't upright : LISTS
47. Woody Allen film subtext : ANGST
49. Boozehound : TOPER
52. European car : OPEL
53. "I don't think so" : NOPE
56. When to celebrate Bastille Day : ETE
58. George ___ : III

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