New York Times, Saturday, September 18, 1999

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 31 Missing: {JQXYZ} This is puzzle # 23 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Nips : TAKESASIP
10. Plane's parking place : APRON
15. "High Sierra" actress : IDALUPINO
16. County name in eight, mainly Midwest, states : BOONE
17. Potpourri ingredient : ROSEPETAL
18. They go from station to station : BUSES
19. "Knowing Me, Knowing You" group : ABBA
20. Occasion for tear gas, maybe : RACERIOT
22. Student-focused org. : NEA
23. To the extent that : ASFARAS
26. Route abbr. : NNE
27. Hot flick? : ASH
28. They're well-heeled : WEDGIES
29. Get entangled in details, with "down" : BOG
30. Lady, e.g. : PEERESS
31. Report : BANG
32. Go downhill in a hurry : SCHUSS
35. Conventions : USAGES
37. Short blast : TOOT
38. Like chopsticks : TAPERED
42. Small quantity? : AMT
43. Great Lakes port of entry : SAGINAW
44. ___-square : CHI
47. It may be heard after littering : MEW
48. Séance doings : TRANCES
49. Sprout : LAD
50. Introduces slowly : PHASESIN
52. Backslid : FELL
53. Blue Cross alternative : AETNA
54. It may be on a door : NAMEPLATE
58. It may come from a door : CREAK
59. Make room, maybe : SCOOTOVER
60. A.C.C. powerhouse : TERPS
61. Runaways, often : TEENAGERS
1. Capital in 1999 news : TIRANA
2. Some Indian homes : ADOBES
3. Algiers area : KASBAH
4. Parmenides' home : ELEA
5. Banquet, e.g. : SUP
6. Aldous Huxley's "___ and Essence" : APE
7. Not make any progress : SIT
8. Burning up : INARAGE
9. Guiding light? : POLARIS
10. Big sister? : ABBESS
11. Decant : POUR
12. Pitcher's accessory : ROSINBAG
13. Like private lessons : ONEONONE
14. Seniors may use them : NESTEGGS
21. Prosodic pauses : CAESURAE
23. Electrifies : AWES
24. Respond to a haymaker : SEESTARS
25. 32d in a noted series : FDR
30. Well-___ : PUT
31. Already turned : BAD
32. The Sons of Liberty opposed it : STAMPACT
33. Parental command : COMEHERE
34. Trouble : HOTWATER
36. Quilts, say : SEWS
39. Hostile to : AGAINST
40. Sailboat accompanying a bigger ship : PINNACE
41. Direct mail abbr. : ENC
43. Beef stock? : STEAKS
44. Stick (to) : CLEAVE
45. Kind of top : HALTER
46. They're unproductive : IDLERS
51. Breeze : SNAP
52. Birch : FLOG
55. A Howard : MOE
56. Many chiliads : EON
57. Kind of meeting : PTA

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