New York Times, Friday, November 19, 1999

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 26 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 96 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Refuse : FLOTSAM
8. Snub : HIGHHAT
15. Escaped : RANAWAY
16. Dramatist Jean : ANOUILH
17. Crops up : APPEARS
18. Beverage brand : SNAPPLE
19. Keglers' org. : PBA
20. Ruined : BOTCHED
22. Hope for laughs? : BOB
23. Pet name for José : PEPE
25. William McKinley's Ohio birthplace : NILES
26. De ___ (from the beginning) : NOVO
27. One studying en français : ELEVE
29. Four times a day, on an Rx : QID
30. Color wheel choices : TONES
31. Start off : STRIKEUP
33. Penny pinchers : MISERS
34. Football V.I.P. : LINEJUDGE
36. Duel personality : SECOND
39. Broadcasting : ONTHEAIR
43. Downsizing, so to speak : AXING
44. Singer Ocasek : RIC
45. Words with profit or phrase : TURNA
46. "___ laughs at probabilities": Bulwer-Lytton : FATE
47. Wt. of some flour sacks : TENLB
49. Dallas hoopsters : MAVS
50. Sony Music competitor : EMI
51. Bar mixer : BITTERS
53. Criminal patterns, for short : MOS
54. Way-out : BIZARRE
56. Shove off : SETSAIL
58. Hostiles : ENEMIES
59. It's a sin : AVARICE
60. Stretched to the limit : TENSEST
61. Saber rattlers : MENACES
1. Fountain orders : FRAPPES
2. Auto safety feature : LAPBELT
3. Theoretically : ONPAPER
4. ___ kwon do : TAE
5. Q-Tip : SWAB
6. Two-time N.L. M.V.P., 1954 and 1965 : AARON
7. Certain aura : MYSTIQUE
8. Chopped up : HASHED
9. "The Wreck of the Mary Deare" author : INNES
10. Spur : GOAD
11. Quarterback's call : HUP
12. Ilium : HIPBONE
13. Here, there and everywhere : ALLOVER
14. Springsteen, to fans : THEBOSS
21. Place to be taken : CLIPJOINT
24. Old Scratch : EVILONE
26. Biting midge : NOSEEUM
28. Barely making, with "out" : EKING
30. Close : TIGHT
32. Call off : END
33. Summer clock setting, in the Rockies: Abbr. : MDT
35. Familiar whiskered figure : UNCLESAM
36. Pretty sure thing : SAFEBET
37. Check out : EXAMINE
38. National : CITIZEN
40. Biblical tongue : ARAMAIC
41. Bill : INVOICE
42. Fights with, in the hills : RASSLES
44. Double-check : RETEST
47. They get their kicks : TIRES
48. Pronunciation mark : BREVE
51. Cracker topper : BRIE
52. 1972 Wimbledon winner Smith : STAN
55. Short times of day : AMS
57. Mme. across the Pyrenees : SRA

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