New York Times, Friday, July 30, 1999

Author: John Wolting
Editor: Will Shortz
John Wolting
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJQXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 12 for Mr. Wolting. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Ned Beatty's film debut, 1972 : DELIVERANCE
12. Exercise equipment : MEDICINEBALLS
14. Kennel club sentiment : LOVEMELOVEMYDOG
16. Snakeless isle : ERIN
17. McGuire et al. : ALS
18. Jane Eyre's pupil : ADELE
19. They can help you get started: Abbr. : AAA
20. Org. for swingers? : PGA
21. Soprano Peters : ROBERTA
23. Site of a small nail : PINKIE
25. Snivel : MEWL
26. Lady's man : SIR
27. Like the Marx Brothers : ANTIC
28. Nursery rhyme loser : BOPEEP
30. With 24-Down, self-diagnosis aids : TEST
31. "One for My Baby" composer : ARLEN
32. One of 28-Across's charges : LAMB
36. Codex precursor : SCROLL
38. Breaker of a sort : TAMER
39. Life saver, for short : CPR
42. Cuts : HEWS
43. War of 1812 issue : CANADA
44. Dweller along the Mekong : LAOTIAN
46. Minor player : COG
47. Some plating : TIN
48. Prefix with phobia : AGORA
49. One of TV's Ewings : PAM
50. Did Time? : READ
51. Reacts to an upset, perhaps : DEMANDSARECOUNT
55. James Beard Award nominees : RESTAURATEURS
56. Paste on costumes : RHINESTONES
1. They're not normal : DEVIANTS
2. Plot in Genesis : EDEN
3. Max. or min. : LIM
4. Quaternary division : ICEAGE
5. Luxury hideaway : VILLA
6. Little ___, of "Smokey and the Bandit" movies : ENOS
7. Gun : REV
8. Justice Fortas : ABE
9. Worthy to be mentioned : NAMABLE
10. Glasgow's river : CLYDE
11. Respectable group : ELDERS
12. Glacial debris : MORAINE
13. Longtime Chicago Symphony conductor : SOLTI
14. Accept eagerly : LEAPAT
15. Tackle : GEAR
20. Snap : PIC
21. Gross out : REPEL
22. "Dulce et Decorum Est" poet : OWEN
24. See 30-Across : KITS
25. Tough companions? : MOLLS
28. Coffee or cocoa : BROWN
29. It may be American or European : PLAN
31. Specialty : AREA
33. Green group : AMATEURS
34. Strips on the interstate : MEDIANS
35. 1971 Peace Nobelist : BRANDT
37. Trattoria potable : CHIANTI
38. Child's play? : TAG
39. Decent : CLAD
40. Motorola product : PAGER
41. One inning? : ROOMER
43. Total : COMETO
45. Jump all over : TRASH
46. About three grains : CARAT
49. Shoots satisfactorily : PARS
50. No celibate, he : ROUE
52. Rather enlightening? : DAN
53. Petition : SUE
54. The 1000's, e.g.: Abbr. : CEN

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