New York Times, Friday, April 12, 1996

Author: M. Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34 Missing: {FJQ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 51 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Prom staple : CORSAGE
8. Faction makers : SCHISMS
15. Stuck : UPATREE
16. Head of a pyramid scheme? : PHARAOH
17. Fixing, maybe : REDOING
18. Sandwich lettuce : ROMAINE
19. Hero's award : BRONZESTARMEDAL
21. Not touched : SANE
22. Sports happening since 1911 : INDY
23. Stunning : DAZING
27. Word root : STEM
31. Throw a curve : ARC
34. Salty letters : NACL
35. Absolutely, to Ahab : AYEAYE
37. Maxim violated by a stool pigeon : SILENCEISGOLDEN
40. Water pipe : HOOKAH
41. Gung-ho feeling : ZEAL
42. Use a postscript : ADD
43. Feminizing suffix : ETTE
44. Popular tourist area, with "the" : OZARKS
46. Certain bond, for short : MUNI
48. Track figures : ODDS
52. Movies : THESILVERSCREEN
59. Duke of Normandy who was called "the Devil" : ROBERTI
60. Wire-haired dog : SCOTTIE
61. Mesabi Range wealth : IRONORE
62. Food originally made by Brazilian Indians : TAPIOCA
63. Cutting tool with pulleys : BANDSAW
64. Gelded : UNSEXED
1. Checks : CURBS
2. Battle field? : OPERA
3. It's a gas : RADON
4. High : STONED
5. Calif. neighbor : ARIZ
6. It may be dominant : GENE
7. Brain tests, for short : EEGS
8. Arose : SPRANG
9. Set of keys? : CHORD
10. Overdone : HAMMY
11. Of wrath, in a hymn : IRAE
12. Port___ : SAID
13. Former U.S. poet laureate ___Van Duyn : MONA
14. Illustrator Silverstein : SHEL
20. Model T : TINLIZZIE
24. Siamese employee, once : ANNA
25. "A Chorus Line" character : ZACH
26. Rocks : ICE
27. Poivre's partner : SEL
28. Dramatic intro : TADA
29. Noted with interest : EYED
30. Doctor : MEND
31. Tennis name of fame : ASHE
32. Card at a party : RIOT
33. Become solid : CLOT
35. Petri dish contents : AGAR
36. Yellow in white? : YOLK
38. Just make, with "out" : EKE
39. Surfer's surface : SEA
44. For all to see : ONVIEW
45. Combat pilot's flight : SORTIE
46. Some Spanish paintings : MIROS
47. Extremely : ULTRA
49. Betty Ford process : DETOX
50. Clear, in a way : DEICE
51. Senior golf great : SNEAD
52. Former Big Apple newspaper, with "The" : TRIB
53. Joyful dance : HORA
54. Bard's black : EBON
55. E-mail menu choice : SEND
56. Alphabet quartet : RSTU
57. Search through : SCAN
58. Long-running Fox show : COPS

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