New York Times, Saturday, April 18, 1998

Author: Frank Longo
Editor: Will Shortz
Frank Longo
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 39 Missing: {JQXYZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 36 for Mr. Longo. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Girl, in Aussie slang : SHEILA
7. ___-jongg : MAH
10. Audi rival : BMW
13. Novelist : PENNER
14. "Our Gang" schoolteacher Miss ___ : CRABTREE
17. Alfalfa, for one : RASCAL
18. Least sissyish : MANLIEST
19. French satellite launcher : ARIANE
20. Arena tops : DOMES
21. Head squeeze : NELSON
22. Suffolk's county seat : IPSWICH
24. Children's classic : GREENEGGSANDHAM
27. 1936 Medicine Nobelist Otto : LOEWI
28. "Evil Woman" rock grp. : ELO
29. Answer incorrectly : ERR
32. Subj. of three of the six Nobel Prizes : SCI
34. Adm.'s milieu : USN
35. Pavement caution : SLO
36. Clover site : LEA
37. Not flabby : TONED
39. TV show set in Springfield : FATHERKNOWSBEST
47. Little lobster's look-alike : CRAWDAD
48. Kitchen implement : REAMER
49. First name in comedy : HARPO
50. Get in : ARRIVE
51. Pertaining to construction : TECTONIC
54. "___ in the Rain" : SINGIN
55. Aeschylus trilogy : ORESTEIA
56. Fume : SEERED
57. Curved path : ESS
58. Party staple : DIP
59. Ethyl acetate and others : ESTERS
1. Surprised with, with "on" : SPRANG
2. Eavesdropper : HEARER
3. Preserve, as fodder : ENSILE
4. If : INCASE
5. Rest against : LEANON
6. A Francis : ARLENE
7. Year the Paris Métro opened : MCM
8. Heavenly neighbor of Scorpius : ARA
9. Shop tools : HANDSAWS
10. Word with knee or riding : BREECHES
11. Slop site : MESSHALL
12. Marked by drinking : WET
15. Shown up unexpectedly : BLOWNIN
16. Not exactly outgoing : TIMID
22. 1939 hit "___ for That" : IGO
23. False : PSEUDO
25. "Russlan and Ludmilla" composer : GLINKA
26. Low : MOO
29. Pointy shoe wearer : ELF
30. Rude ones, at the dinner table : REACHERS
31. Exhausting existences : RATRACES
32. Dutch oven : STEWPOT
33. Blocked (off) : CORDONED
38. Kind of user : END
40. Does' mates : HARTS
41. Razorfish, e.g. : WRASSE
42. 39-Across, e.g. : SERIES
43. Charlie of swing : BARNET
44. Foreign fleer : EMIGRE
45. Tennessee's first governor, John ___ : SEVIER
46. Courses : TRENDS
51. Familiar tapper : TOE
52. Article of the Constitution regarding the judiciary : III
53. Topper : CAP

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