New York Times, Tuesday, March 31, 1998

Author: Alan Arbesfeld
Editor: Will Shortz
Alan Arbesfeld
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QVZ} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Arbesfeld. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Check : REIN
5. Fill to excess : SATE
9. Country bumpkin : RUBE
13. Pretentious : ARTY
14. Deposed leader's fate, maybe : EXILE
16. Chester Arthur's middle name : ALAN
17. DIAMOND : BASEBALLINFIELD
20. Airport info, informally : ETA
21. On the safe side, at sea : ALEE
22. Math groups : COSETS
23. Here, to Henri : ICI
24. Calcutta clothing : SARI
25. SQUARE : PERSONWHOSUNHIP
33. Klingon or Vulcan : ALIEN
34. Women's group? : HAREM
35. Coach Parseghian : ARA
36. Buster Brown's dog : TIGE
37. Central points : GISTS
38. First governor of Alaska : EGAN
39. Loser to R.M.N. in '68 : HHH
40. Numbers game : LOTTO
41. Sharp : ACUTE
42. CIRCLE : OUTSIDEOFAWHEEL
45. One who's on your side : ALLY
46. London lav : LOO
47. Bother : HASSLE
50. In a frenzy : AMOK
52. Take a part : ACT
55. TRIANGLE : ORCHESTRAMEMBER
58. Lago contents : AGUA
59. Seasonal visitor : SANTA
60. Efficient : ABLE
61. Actress Schneider : ROMY
62. Hoot : JEER
63. Not a hit or an out : WALK
1. "Streamers" playwright David : RABE
2. Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
3. Frank Capra's "___ Wonderful Life" : ITSA
4. Bill ___, the Science Guy : NYE
5. Protect, as freshness : SEALIN
6. Bridge toll unit : AXLE
7. Floor unit : TILE
8. Actor Wallach : ELI
9. Kind of bread : RAISIN
10. 1997 Peter Fonda title role : ULEE
11. Latvian, e.g. : BALT
12. Volumes A and Z in an encyclopedia : ENDS
15. Boxes : ENCASES
18. Part of a hearty breakfast : BACON
19. Discussion medium : FORUM
23. "Mm-hmm!" : ISEE
24. Somewhat : SORTOF
25. Prefix with logical : PATHO
26. Peace Nobelist Root : ELIHU
27. "Oh, sure" : RIGHT
28. Yankee Hall-of-Famer Ford : WHITEY
29. Must : HASTO
30. International court site, with "The" : HAGUE
31. Plenty sore : IRATE
32. Jury : PANEL
37. Atheistic : GODLESS
38. Return to the Alps? : ECHO
40. French textile city : LILLE
41. Came to : AWOKE
43. Square dance move : SASHAY
44. Baseball's Roberto : ALOMAR
47. Frost : HOAR
48. Jason's ship : ARGO
49. Refuse : SCUM
50. "Rule, Britannia" composer : ARNE
51. "G'day" recipient : MATE
52. Palindromic pop group : ABBA
53. It makes a bit of a stir : CELL
54. Hard journey : TREK
56. ___ Mahal : TAJ
57. Stomach : MAW

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