New York Times, Friday, October 25, 1996

Author: M. Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
TotalDebutLatestCollabs
2548/27/19928/13/20102
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
2947154312630
ScrabbleRebusCirclePangrampre-WS
1.5761108

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 26 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 55 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

Support XWord Info

Donation Amount

XWord Info is only possible when people like you choose to support it through donations.

Consider giving $10, $20, or more so this web site can continue to provide its in-depth analysis of NYT crosswords.

Thank you!

1
P
2
A
3
P
4
A
5
D
6
O
7
C
8
S
9
E
10
R
11
A
12
P
13
H
14
S
15
O
M
I
G
O
S
H
16
A
T
E
C
R
O
W
17
R
E
G
A
T
T
A
18
Y
E
A
R
O
N
E
19
T
R
I
T
E
20
P
21
C
S
22
P
E
T
A
L
23
E
I
R
E
24
F
E
L
O
25
N
26
S
E
L
L
27
N
C
O
28
S
T
R
O
K
E
29
S
30
S
E
E
31
T
A
N
32
G
E
L
O
S
33
E
M
34
O
T
E
D
35
O
P
E
N
E
36
N
D
E
D
37
O
38
F
39
N
O
T
E
40
C
O
L
L
E
41
C
42
T
43
S
44
U
R
B
45
A
N
46
N
A
B
E
L
47
L
A
W
48
T
E
A
49
S
50
J
E
L
L
S
51
B
E
N
E
52
B
E
G
A
53
N
54
A
L
E
55
G
R
A
T
E
56
A
M
A
T
E
57
U
R
58
M
59
I
N
I
V
A
N
60
C
A
M
I
L
L
E
61
E
T
A
G
E
R
E
62
K
N
E
E
L
E
R
63
N
E
W
S
D
A
Y
© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Haiti's Francois Duvalier, familiarly : PAPADOC
8. Sistine Chapel figures : SERAPHS
15. Cry of panic : OMIGOSH
16. Suffered humiliation : ATECROW
17. Astor Cup, e.g. : REGATTA
18. The beginning : YEARONE
19. Old as Methuselah, in a way : TRITE
20. Floppy takers : PCS
22. Bee quest? : PETAL
23. De Valera's country : EIRE
24. Con : FELON
26. Convince : SELL
27. Three-striper, e.g.: Abbr. : NCO
28. Par amount : STROKES
30. "Comprende?" : SEE
31. Citrus hybrids : TANGELOS
33. Mugged : EMOTED
35. Kind of agreement : OPENENDED
37. Important : OFNOTE
40. Gets what's coming : COLLECTS
44. City, informally : URB
45. ___ Lee, who lived in a kingdom by the sea : ANNABEL
47. Belli's bailiwick : LAW
48. Social affairs : TEAS
50. Takes shape : JELLS
51. It meant well to Caesar : BENE
52. Set in motion : BEGAN
54. Inn serving : ALE
55. Sidewalk hazard : GRATE
56. Do-it-yourselfer : AMATEUR
58. Alternative to a station wagon : MINIVAN
60. Memorable 1969 hurricane : CAMILLE
61. Whatnot : ETAGERE
62. Prayer, often : KNEELER
63. Times-Mirror paper : NEWSDAY
1. Omen : PORTENT
2. Historic plane of Adm. Byrd : AMERICA
3. Blast furnace product : PIGIRON
4. Bagmate for a steelie : AGATE
5. Spoil, with "on" : DOTE
6. German compass point : OST
7. Lovers' guide : CHAPERON
8. Assents : SAYSOK
9. Juin through septembre : ETE
10. Bring in the rye : REAP
11. Lots of land : ACRES
12. March, perhaps : PROTEST
13. Dragon's home, in song : HONALEE
14. Ballooned : SWELLED
21. Occasion to say "Whew!" : CLOSECALL
24. Site of the George Washington Br. tollbooths : FTLEENJ
25. Sewers have them : NEEDLES
28. Nose parts : SEPTA
29. Nose : SMELL
32. Mud : GOO
34. Versified salute : ODE
36. Pirates of Penzance, before they were pirates : NOBLEMEN
37. Bush country : OUTBACK
38. Serf's opposite : FREEMAN
39. Warriors vs. Bulls, e.g. : NBAGAME
41. Split : CLEAVED
42. Trumpet blare : TANTARA
43. Bob ___, TV's Fibber McGee : SWEENEY
46. More on target : NEARER
49. "Gymnopedies" composer : SATIE
51. Liner cans : BRIGS
53. "Little" Dickens girl : NELL
55. Be an eager beaver : GNAW
57. Suffix with glob : ULE
59. Suffix with meteor : ITE

Found bugs or have suggestions?

Previous puzzle | Next puzzle