New York Times, Saturday, August 28, 1999

Author: Frank Longo
Editor: Will Shortz
Frank Longo
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: none – this is a pangram Spans: 1 Scrabble average: 1.92 This is puzzle # 52 for Mr. Longo. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Half of a hip-hop duo : DJJAZZYJEFF
12. Stat : PDQ
15. 1978 #1 hit for Anne Murray : YOUNEEDEDME
16. First Lady before Eleanor : LOU
17. Bid, perhaps : NODONESHEAD
18. Author Winslow : OLA
19. Doesn't go on : ENDS
20. One way to be accused : UNJUSTLY
22. Remedies : HEALS
26. W.W. II agency : OPA
27. Make tracks? : SKI
29. Haberdashery offering : TIEBAR
32. Not elite : PICA
36. Discourses : PERORATES
38. Site of Brookhaven National Laboratory : UPTON
39. Picks up, in a way : ANSWERSTHEPHONE
41. Round : CYCLE
42. Folk song that was a 1958 #1 hit : TOMDOOLEY
43. California tribe that died out in 1916 : YAHI
44. Entered : GONEIN
45. It may be used for highlighting : DYE
46. Sign of a smash : SRO
48. 1992 Pulitzer historian Mark ___ Jr. : NEELY
50. "Really?" : ISTHATSO
55. Golfer Isao : AOKI
58. See 54-Down : BAR
59. Hardtack : SHIPBISCUIT
63. 9-Down resident : EVE
64. Stop working in Saltillo, perhaps : TAKEASIESTA
65. Cowpunch's moniker : TEX
66. "The Puzzled Heart" mystery novelist : AMANDACROSS
1. .00001 newton : DYNE
2. "Benny & ___" (1993 romance) : JOON
3. "I'm Not Rappaport" Tony winner : JUDDHIRSCH
4. What one may win by : ANOSE
5. Means to self-awareness : ZEN
6. Zuyder ___ : ZEE
7. Rod divs. : YDS
8. Biblical king who destroyed the worshipers of Baal : JEHU
9. See 63-Across : EDEN
10. Key of Beethoven's Sixth : FMAJOR
11. Disgusted : FEDUP
12. Novelist's need : PLOT
13. Tot's tote : DOLL
14. Landing : QUAY
21. Plato called her "the tenth Muse" : SAPPHO
23. Rodgers and Hart song "___ in the Park" : ATREE
24. Fable creator : LIAR
25. Commences : SETSTO
27. In la-la land : SPACY
28. Mount ___, second-highest mountain in Africa : KENYA
30. Back at the track : BETON
31. Trash collectors : ASHMEN
33. "See!" : ITOLDYOUSO
34. Rabbit fur : CONEY
35. Keep ___ on : ANEYE
37. Wise : OWLISH
38. Barely winning : UPONE
40. 1982 Plimpton best seller : EDIE
44. The Big Apple : GOTHAM
47. Bob Marley, e.g. : RASTA
49. Skater, before hitting the ice : LACER
50. Skeptical words : IBET
51. Barring : SAVE
52. "The Lost World" menace : TREX
53. Endangered Asian deer : SIKA
54. With 58-Across, a reception feature : OPEN
56. Salespeople's handouts : KITS
57. "Take ___ a sign" : ITAS
60. Scolding word : BAD
61. "There ___ tide..." : ISA
62. Quotation addition : SIC

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