New York Times, Friday, November 26, 1999

Author: Roger Phillips
Editor: Will Shortz
Roger Phillips
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 3 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Phillips. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Puts the match to : TORCHES
8. They're all the same : CLONES
14. High point : EVEREST
15. Shift : CHEMISE
16. One of the Baleares : MENORCA
17. Fauvism founder : MATISSE
18. Subject of a definition by Don Marquis : PROCRASTINATION
20. Italian emporium ending : ERIA
21. High rollers? : ELS
22. Revealing : BARING
26. Town near Caen : STLO
28. Opposite of hence : AGO
31. They have reservations about Colorado : UTES
32. Like some Chardonnay : OAKY
34. Cooperative witness, maybe : NAMER
36. Start of the definition : THEARTOFKEEPING
39. Olivia de Havilland's birthplace : TOKYO
40. Stocking-up time? : NOEL
41. Greek promenade : STOA
42. Curvaceous character : ESS
43. Bleacher feature : TIER
45. "The Sweet Hereafter" writer and director : EGOYAN
47. Karate level : DAN
48. Chewed stimulant : COCA
50. End of the definition : UPWITHYESTERDAY
58. Primes : READIES
59. Paramecium or vorticella : CILIATE
60. Touchdown : ARRIVAL
61. Tel ___ : AVIVIAN
62. European finch : LINNET
63. Puts in a whole new light : RECASTS
1. Fill-in : TEMP
2. "Your turn" : OVER
3. Separation station? : RENO
4. Marsh critter : CROC
5. Men of the haus : HERREN
6. French appetizer : ESCARGOT
7. East German secret police : STASI
8. Big name in fragrance : CHANEL
9. Much less : LETALONE
10. Doesn't use : OMITS
11. Like some decrees : NISI
12. Petrol station choice : ESSO
13. Dated : SEEN
15. Year in Edward the Elder's reign : CMI
19. Group with a mission : TASKFORCE
22. Geological formation : BUTTE
23. Fictional blade : ATHOS
24. Stinks : REEKS
25. "Look here, old chap!" : ISAY
27. Kid : TYKE
28. Concord : AMITY
29. Andrea Doria's domain : GENOA
30. Mass number provider, maybe : ORGAN
33. Super ... or where a super might live : AONE
35. Lhasa ___ : APSO
37. Occurring in regular succession : ROTATIVE
38. Certain course : ELECTIVE
44. Like a wailing cat : INHEAT
46. Manx, e.g. : GAELIC
47. Iced : DIDIN
49. A good player might get one : OSCAR
50. Part of the Europe-Asia boundary : URAL
51. "Frasier" actress Gilpin : PERI
52. Tip off : WARN
53. Designer inits. : YSL
54. 1972 Kentucky Derby winner ___ Ridge : RIVA
55. Oration station : DAIS
56. Rat tail? : ATAT
57. Hungers : YENS

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