New York Times, Saturday, August 29, 1998

Author: Jim Page
Editor: Will Shortz
Jim Page
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FGJQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 58 for Mr. Page. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pop music's Bananarama and Salt-N-Pepa : TRIOS
6. Lighter cargo : SHIPLOAD
14. "Roxanne" star : HANNAH
16. Acquire : COMEINTO
17. "Immaculate Conception" artist José de ___ : RIBERA
18. Gallant : ROMANCER
19. Annual sports event : USOPEN
20. Vice : EVILNESS
21. Lumberjacks : AXMEN
22. Very early : WEE
23. Urchins : IMPS
25. Gave two aspirin, say : DOSED
30. Where Mimmsie Starr got pinched, in a Cole Porter lyric : ASTORBAR
35. Swindle : EUCHRE
36. Hofburg Palace Chapel performers : VIENNABOYSCHOIR
38. Stamp, as a document : ENSEAL
39. Puff piece? : PIPESTEM
40. Alternating work periods : ROTAS
41. Debtor's woe : REPO
42. Genealogical datum: Abbr. : REL
43. Defunct def. pact : SEATO
48. "You're on!" : ITSADEAL
53. Jawaharlal's daughter : INDIRA
55. 1989 feel-good film : LEANONME
56. Dance technique : TOETAP
57. One with an address : KEYNOTER
58. Opera set in Cyprus : OTELLO
59. Millionaires in the making : AMASSERS
60. They lack cutting edges : EPEES
1. Drive-___ : THRU
2. Last First Lady of the U.S.S.R. : RAISA
3. Where work may be waiting : INBOX
4. Afternoon hour : ONEPM
5. Ranee's wrap : SAREE
6. Paddle wheels' superseders : SCREWPROPELLERS
7. Shoe sites : HOOVES
8. Mib's relative : IMMIE
9. Clap : PEAL
10. Actor Mark ___-Baker : LINN
11. Enough, for some : ONCE
12. Suffixes with consul : ATES
13. Gobel's "I Married a Woman" co-star : DORS
15. Scipio defeated him : HANNIBAL
24. Dream producer of folklore : MAB
25. Mussolini moniker : DUCE
26. Baron of "Der Rosenkavalier" : OCHS
27. Opportunity : SHOT
28. Gannon University locale : ERIE
29. Covering: Suffix : DERM
30. Say so : AVER
31. Chinese leader? : SINO
32. Kind of pilot : TEST
33. Fit for service : ONEA
34. Cytoplasmic molecules : RNAS
35. Five-time Art Ross Trophy winner : ESPOSITO
37. Poodle's cry : YIP
41. Dentist's drill : REAMER
42. Annuité, par exemple : RENTE
44. Certain govt. issue : ENOTE
45. Take ___ breath : ADEEP
46. Ring reward : TITLE
47. Alb coverer : ORALE
48. Novelist Chase : ILKA
49. Crawl (with) : TEEM
50. Dionne Warwick's "I ___ Little Prayer" : SAYA
51. Richards and Miller : ANNS
52. Whoop-dee-___ : DOOS
54. Mil. addresses : APOS

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