New York Times, Friday, November 7, 1997

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 32 Missing: {FJXZ} This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Partner of burn : SLASH
6. "Enough already!" : QUITIT
12. Garden tool : WHACKER
14. Family need : SURNAME
15. 1959 hit TV theme song : RAWHIDE
16. Connections : LINKUPS
17. Semicircular recesses : APSES
18. Some trumpeters : SWANS
20. No-goodnik : RAT
21. Last Pope to be sainted : PIUS
22. Task : STINT
23. Objectionable : VILE
24. Switzerland's Bay of ___ : URI
25. Vocal effect : TWANG
26. Lost cause : GONER
27. Dig discovery: Var. : POTSHARD
29. As much : NOLESS
30. NBC slogan : MUSTSEETV
32. "On the Sunny Side of the Street" songwriter : MCHUGH
35. Charger : WARHORSE
39. Heritage : ROOTS
40. Range rovers : HERDS
41. Age : EON
42. Accepts defeat : BOWS
43. By accident, old-style : HAPLY
44. Formal accessory : STUD
45. ___ Miss : OLE
46. Kind of pool : DIRTY
47. "Michel Strogoff" author : VERNE
48. Basque's kingdom : NAVARRE
50. Blue Jay's song? : OCANADA
52. Opposing forces : ENEMIES
53. Harder on the ears : NOISIER
54. "Archie" and "Cathy" : STRIPS
55. Go well together : BLEND
1. 1945 Pulitzer poet : SHAPIRO
2. Case : LAWSUIT
3. Molar maladies : ACHES
4. Is on the run : SKIS
5. Common contraction : HED
6. Essential beginning? : QUINT
7. Coffeehouse equipment : URNS
8. It looks good on paper : INK
9. Bullish : TAURINE
10. Gets rid of Dracula : IMPALES
11. Product checkers : TESTERS
12. Put the finishing touches on : WRAPUP
13. Turn over a new leaf : RESTART
14. Loose talk? : SLANG
19. Blown about : WINDSWEPT
22. Swagger : SWASH
23. 850 Turbo, e.g. : VOLVO
25. Gorillas : THUGS
26. Third-century invaders : GOTHS
28. 1940's South African P.M. : SMUTS
29. Like Dilbert : NERDY
31. Near the beginning : EARLYON
32. Minstrel troupe member : MRBONES
33. Core fluid : COOLANT
34. Still : HOWEVER
36. Prepare to change careers : RETRAIN
37. Came across as : SOUNDED
38. Win over : ENDEAR
40. Pikas' kin : HARES
43. Signs up : HIRES
44. Smarts : SENSE
46. Boring one : DRIP
47. Aspen alternative : VAIL
49. Horner's last words : AMI
51. Part of the ear : COB

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