New York Times, Saturday, September 2, 1995

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 39 Missing: {JZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 44 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Got off : ALIT
5. Typesetters' measures : PICAS
10. Sent to the bottom : SANK
14. Figure this! : MATH
15. Truffant subject : ADELE
16. _____ College, N.C. : ELON
17. Enlargement: Abbr. : INCR
18. Cesira portrayer, 1960 : LOREN
19. Gare de l'Est platform : QUAI
20. Platonism, e.g. : SCHOOLOFTHOUGHT
23. "Begin the Beguine" pianist Eddie : HEYWOOD
24. Color quality : TONE
25. Letters on a cross : INRI
26. Soon : ERELONG
30. Tumbler, e.g. : GYMNAST
33. Matman, in dialect : RASSLER
34. Tic-tac-toe winner : OOO
35. Time of the past : ERA
36. Beat in a debate : OUTTALK
41. English poet Siegfried : SASSOON
45. Handout: Var. : FREEBEE
46. Irish novelist O'Brien : EDNA
47. Contemporary poet James : SEAY
48. Rama-fications? : AVATARS
52. "Hold on one gosh darn minute!" : WHATSTHEBIGIDEA
56. Locks : HAIR
57. Joyous dances : HORAS
58. Film purchase : ROLL
59. Karachi language : URDU
60. Christine _____ of "Beverly Hills 90210" : ELISE
61. Quod _____ faciendum : ERAT
62. Round pounder : PEEN
63. Air base near Lubbock : REESE
64. Hot : SEXY
1. Anabaptist group : AMISH
2. Part of a charge : LANCE
3. Raring to go : ITCHY
4. Add, as a bonus : THROWIN
5. Ashen-faced hues : PALLORS
6. Red Skelton catch phrase : IDOODIT
7. Old "What's My Line" panelist : CERF
8. "Take ____" (office order) : ALETTER
9. Lady from Lisbon : SENHORA
10. Movie trailers? : SEQUELS
11. Chug-_____ : ALUG
12. Famous flood survivor : NOAH
13. Sweater or sock : KNIT
21. An O'Neill : OONA
22. Counting method : ONES
27. Cheaper topper : OLEO
28. Franco of "Camelot" : NERO
29. _____ Canaria island : GRAN
30. Foolish person : GOOF
31. 1953 hit "_____ Cheatin' Heart" : YOUR
32. Eye irritant : MOTE
37. Trial : TESTRUN
38. Burrows et al. : ABES
39. Kid, e.g. : LEATHER
40. Voyeur's vantage : KEYHOLE
41. Marine food fish : SEABASS
42. Person getting counseling : ADVISEE
43. Hang-up : SNAG
44. Wilde works : SATIRES
49. Like loads : ADORE
50. Get mellow : RELAX
51. More than brackish : SALTY
52. Defeat, slangily : WHUP
53. Leporine creature : HARE
54. Right hand : AIDE
55. Old name in railroading : ERIE

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