New York Times, Friday, January 5, 1996

Author: R. Ross
Editor: Will Shortz
Randolph Ross
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 34 Missing: {GJQWXYZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 30 for Mr. Ross. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Subject of "The Bridges of Madison County" : LOVEAFFAIR
11. Tree house : NEST
15. Not to be wished for : UNENVIABLE
16. Self starter : AUTO
17. Comprises : CONSISTSOF
18. Gin : TRAP
19. Pol. affiliation : IND
20. Big tops : STETSONHATS
22. TV's Ricky : DESI
24. Freed hostage : RELEASEE
25. Half of a famous comic duo : MEARA
29. Nicholas of "Room 222" : DENISE
30. For all times : CLASSIC
32. Succor : AID
33. Desert dare : LINEINTHESAND
38. José or Juan, e.g. : SAN
39. Humongous : IMMENSE
40. Connects (with) : TIESIN
44. Medical specialist's prefix : OSTEO
45. It's been rubbed the wrong way : ABRASION
47. ___ball (popular toy) : NERF
51. Count's place : MONTECRISTO
55. One of the 13 colonies: Abbr. : DEL
56. Head of the class : PROF
57. New York eatery : KOSHERDELI
59. Wise about : ONTO
60. Of an embryonic layer : ENTODERMIC
61. Opposite of alway : NEER
62. Does poorly in Congressional election : LOSESSEATS
1. Clear of thought : LUCID
2. Two-___(court situation) : ONONE
3. Sells : VENDS
4. Minnesota twins : ENS
5. Alamo rival : AVIS
6. Puncher : FIST
7. Oracle's reading : FATE
8. Pollock and Kline, e.g. : ABSTRACTIONISTS
9. Coin flip outcome, in a saying : ILOSE
10. Fix, as a napkin : REFOLD
11. Actor Lane : NATHAN
12. Continental hybrids : EURASIANS
13. Home, to Yanks : STATESIDE
14. #1 at Wimbledon : TOPSEED
21. Social register word : NEE
23. "___Old Cowhand" : IMAN
26. Linguistic suffix : ESE
27. "___said..." : ASI
28. Oysters___season : RIN
30. Brussels-born fashion designer : CLAIBORNE
31. Record writing : LINERNOTE
34. Pinafore, e.g. : HMS
35. Ambulance driver: Abbr. : EMT
36. Date : SEE
37. Quotation notation : ANON
38. Affix, as a date : STAMPON
41. Tolerated : SATFOR
42. Real London ending : ISE
43. Place for Jefferson : NICKEL
46. Maine town : ORONO
48. Tomato blight : EDEMA
49. Kindled anew : RELIT
50. Police officers, in slang : FLICS
52. Last wrapper : SHOE
53. Guitarist Nugent et al. : TEDS
54. Boxcar cargoes : ORES
58. Dr. of rap : DRE

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