New York Times, Friday, January 1, 1999

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 39 Missing: {KZ} This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Cable channel based in Bristol, Conn. : ESPN
5. Good ___ : ASNEW
10. Alcohol-laced dessert : BABA
14. Water color : AQUA
15. Extermination station : ROACHMOTEL
17. Well : SUMP
18. Street corner shout of old : EXTRAEXTRA
19. Select : TAP
20. Collage material : CUTTINGS
21. It lies west of the Provo River : OREMUTAH
26. Rep.'s counterpart : SEN
27. Danger signal : REDFLAG
28. Wax : GROW
32. Political pundit Huffington : ARIANNA
33. Unsettle : JAR
36. Greeting for Galba : AVE
37. Part of Scand. : NOR
38. Uraeus figure : ASP
39. Turkish honorific : AGA
40. "In the Good Old Summertime" lyricist Shields : REN
41. Schmaltz : GOO
42. Odin has only one : EYE
43. Lucky strike : PAYDIRT
45. Literally, "I burn" : ETNA
47. Comes (to) : AMOUNTS
48. Year in St. Martin's papacy : DCL
51. Kind of stand : ONENIGHT
52. 1993 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees : THEDOORS
56. Driving point : TEE
57. Reacting hysterically : HAVINGACOW
60. 1988 marathon gold medalist Rosa ___ : MOTA
61. Body that fills a seat? : ELECTORATE
62. "Yes, there is ___!" : AGOD
63. Pyrénées peak : MONT
64. They may do a snow job : NARCS
65. Material for an editor : COPY
1. Neighbor of Newark : EASTORANGE
2. It may be extracted : SQUAREROOT
3. Built oneself up : PUMPEDIRON
4. Towel feature : NAP
5. Live : ARE
6. Fenway Park nine, for short : SOX
7. "Of course!" : NATCH
8. Like raw silk : ECRU
9. "___ up?" : WHATS
10. Olympics sport since 1904 : BOXING
11. Memo abbr. : ATTN
12. Cold pack : BERG
13. "Wellaway!" updated : ALAS
16. Ration : METE
22. Juilliard deg. : MFA
23. They're up in arms : ULNAE
24. Plant with yellow flower clusters : TANSY
25. Visibly incredulous : AGAPE
29. More than ready : RARINGTOGO
30. More than outrageous : OVERTHETOP
31. More than dated : WENTSTEADY
33. Another name for Yamato : JAPAN
34. "It's only ___!" : AGAME
35. Chardonnet's invention : RAYON
44. Motorist's offense, briefly : DUI
46. User : ADDICT
49. N.A., e.g. : CONT
50. Prepare to surf, perhaps : LOGON
51. Director's dream : OSCAR
52. 1969 Joyce Carol Oates novel : THEM
53. Kind of effect : HALO
54. Flush : EVEN
55. Uncommon, as a Latin bird? : RARA
58. Share letters? : OTC
59. Montgomery of jazz : WES
60. Big ___ : MAC

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