New York Times, Saturday, November 8, 1997

Author: Jim Page
Editor: Will Shortz
Jim Page
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQUWXZ} This is puzzle # 52 for Mr. Page. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Environmentalist's concern : ECOSYSTEM
10. Rudiments : ABCS
14. Kind of zone : NOPARKING
15. Stunts : FEATS
17. Labor convenience : BACKSAVER
18. "In the name of ___" : ALLAH
19. "That's ___!" : ALIE
20. Hilltop : TOR
21. Warhol's "___ Boxes" : BRILLO
22. Invoice word : NET
23. Forget again : RELOSE
25. Anatomical tissue : TELA
26. Some assets, briefly : CDS
27. Verdi's "___ tu" : ERI
28. Reins : CONTROL
30. Barbell abbr. : LBS
31. Wool fats : LANOLINS
32. Even, after "in" : ATIE
34. ___ Lingus : AER
35. Assyrian foe : MEDE
36. Pizza order : ONESLICE
38. Scepter : ROD
39. Implies : HINTSAT
40. Member of the E.U. : GER
41. Kind of catcher : SPY
44. African fox : ASSE
45. ___ de Sévigné, French belletrist : MADAME
47. Shoe box letters : EEE
48. Copies : REPROS
50. First of a Latin trio : AMO
51. Chaps : LADS
52. Had food brought to the room : ATEIN
53. Stuffs : OVERFEEDS
55. Bygone aide : STENO
56. Chart song : HITSINGLE
57. Hesse river : EDER
58. Passenger ships' sections : STEERAGES
1. Sitting, as a court : ENBANC
2. Provided fuel for an engine : COALED
3. Some footnotes : OPCITS
4. Account : SAKE
5. '97 and '98, e.g. : YRS
6. Some Winter Olympians : SKATERS
7. Copenhagen park : TIVOLI
8. When it's least chilly in Chile : ENERO
9. Ball club V.I.P.: Abbr. : MGR
10. Way off : AFAR
11. Depreciated : BELITTLED
12. Bell Atlantic service : CALLERID
13. "Lock Up" star : STALLONE
16. Lighthouse site, maybe : SHOALS
21. "___ the alert!" : BEON
23. University of Nevada at Las Vegas team : REBELS
24. Lasting effect : SCAR
29. "Stop!" : NOMORE
30. Popular Warner-Lambert product : LISTERINE
31. "The Magnificent Seven" gunslinger : LEE
32. After-dinner drink : ANISETTE
33. Racing vehicle : TENSPEED
34. Proceedings : ACTA
36. Family in a 1936 novel : OHARAS
37. Big pet food brand : IAMS
38. Sackcloth and ashes : REMORSE
40. Reproductive cell : GAMETE
41. Smooth-shelled ocean creature : SEAEGG
42. Hawk : PEDDLE
43. Toady's words : YESSES
46. Longshoreman's device : DAVIT
49. ___ about : ONOR
51. Actress Olin : LENA
53. Funhouse cries : OHS
54. Object of decoration : FIR

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