New York Times, Saturday, August 8, 1998

Author: Trip Payne
Editor: Will Shortz
Trip Payne
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 31 Missing: {FQXZ} This is puzzle # 9 for Mr. Payne. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Portraitist displayed in Independence Hall : PEALE
6. Atlanta's main drag : PEACHTREE
15. "American Me" star, 1992 : OLMOS
16. Movie with the character Alvy Singer : ANNIEHALL
17. Grieves : WEEPS
18. Old : LONGLIVED
19. Aperture : HOLE
20. Profits : TAKE
21. Charity money-raiser : DRIVE
22. Org. banned from 1960 to 1990 : ANC
23. Bad humorist's question : GETIT
24. Seven-time Emmy winner : ASNER
25. Stopped momentarily : TOOKAREST
27. Arm from overseas : STEN
28. Becomes a name : ARRIVES
29. Computer add-on : ESE
31. Site of a 1598 edict : NANTES
32. Historic place on the Dead Sea : MASADA
37. Vet's memory, perhaps : NAM
39. Forceful : DYNAMIC
40. Prefix with 39-Across : AERO
43. 90's band with the hit "I Will Buy You a New Life" : EVERCLEAR
45. Kentucky Derby favorite : JULEP
46. "Crooning" author John Gregory ___ : DUNNE
47. Mo preceder : SLO
48. Take for ___ : ARIDE
49. Rick's love : ILSA
50. Some charts : PIES
51. Fictional hero known as the Man of Bronze : DOCSAVAGE
53. Is slow-paced : PLODS
54. It opened in 1825 : ERIECANAL
55. Kind of knife : BOWIE
56. Common temp work : DATAENTRY
57. Periods of time : SPANS
1. Indian chief also known as Wa-hun-sen-a-cawh : POWHATAN
2. Early actress Duse : ELEONORA
3. Hard red grain : AMELCORN
4. Easy run : LOPE
5. Twisty curve : ESS
6. Roofs of a kind : PALATES
7. Tiny-capped mushrooms : ENOKIS
8. One of TV's Mouseketeers : ANNETTE
9. Smoke : CIG
10. Raised one's spirits, perhaps? : HELDASEANCE
11. Craving : THIRST
12. Stream site : RAVINE
13. Big roll : ELEVEN
14. Like some statesmen : ELDER
20. Mother ___ : TERESA
23. Hounded : GAVENOPEACE
26. Model, originally : KIT
30. Izmir's former name : SMYRNA
33. Girl of song : SAL
34. Billy Sunday's birthplace : AMESIOWA
35. Telephoned headquarters, say : DIALEDIN
36. 1 to 57 herein : ACROSSES
38. Third degree of a musical scale : MEDIANT
39. How some places are populated : DENSELY
40. Meteorological event : AURORA
41. Bring to the surface : ELICIT
42. It had a big part in the Bible : REDSEA
44. Common : VULGAR
45. World-weary : JADED
50. Sit (down) : PLOP
52. Lead : VAN
53. Big broadcast inits. : PBS

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