New York Times, Tuesday, January 6, 1998

Author: Ed Early
Editor: Will Shortz
Ed Early
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Early. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Chapter Two" star James : CAAN
5. Provide for, as a party : CATER
10. Sacred bird of the Pharaohs : IBIS
14. Tough-guy actor Ray : ALDO
15. Skylit courts : ATRIA
16. Fisherman's offering? : TALE
17. "The Twilight Zone" host : RODSERLING
19. Lily Pons specialty : ARIA
20. Small bill : ONE
21. Dec. holiday : XMAS
22. New Haven Line stop : PELHAM
24. Scolds : BERATES
26. Newswoman Shriver : MARIA
27. Sing Sing inhabitant : CON
28. Machine part fastener : CAPSCREW
31. Where to pin a pin : LAPEL
34. "Olympia" painter : MANET
35. Sis's sib : BRO
36. Una década has 10 : ANOS
37. More rational : SANER
38. ___ slaw : COLE
39. Docs : MDS
40. Ellington and Wellington : DUKES
41. Parts of apples : CORES
42. Venomous snake : PITVIPER
44. Swab : MOP
45. Backpacker : HIKER
46. Defensive wall : PARAPET
50. Wall Street type : TRADER
52. Gang's area : TURF
53. Pierre's friend : AMI
54. Stockings : HOSE
55. Armed robber : STICKUPMAN
58. "It's ___ you!" : UPTO
59. The "p" of 6p : PENCE
60. ___ in a poke : APIG
61. Turns right : GEES
62. P.L.O.'s Arafat : YASIR
63. Cowboy Roy's better half : DALE
1. Chocolate substitute : CAROB
2. "___ at last!" : ALONE
3. Cousin of 42-Across : ADDER
4. Refusals : NOS
5. Bizet heroine : CARMEN
6. Hammond product : ATLAS
7. Hall-of-Famer Speaker : TRIS
8. Strauss's "___ Heldenleben" : EIN
9. High-quality writing medium : RAGPAPER
10. Slanted type : ITALIC
11. Maine resort : BARHARBOR
12. Hipbones : ILIA
13. Baseball feature : SEAM
18. Laud : EXTOL
23. Once, once : ERST
25. Tops : ACES
26. Flowing tresses : MANES
28. Porch chair craftsman : CANER
29. ___ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
30. Troubles : WOES
31. Aladdin's treasure : LAMP
32. "The King ___" : ANDI
33. Quickly : POSTHASTE
34. Manufacturer : MAKER
37. James Bond, e.g. : SUPERSPY
38. Nightclub of song : COPA
40. Place for a finger? : DIKE
41. Where Prince Philip was born : CORFU
43. MTV fare : VIDEOS
44. Promissory note in a casino : MARKER
46. Designer Emilio : PUCCI
47. Argentine expanse : PAMPA
48. Cybermessages : EMAIL
49. Bit of color : TINGE
50. 55-Across, maybe : THUG
51. 1948 Hitchcock thriller : ROPE
52. Cans : TINS
56. Sri Lanka export : TEA
57. Expand unnecessarily : PAD

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