New York Times, Wednesday, May 21, 1997

Author: John D. Leavy
Editor: Will Shortz
John D. Leavy
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {GJQXZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Leavy. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Bouquet holder : VASE
5. Bouquet makers : FLORA
10. ___ Offensive : TET
13. Deejay Don : IMUS
14. Two-time Grand Slam winner : LAVER
15. Missile housing : SILO
16. "Relax!" : DONTHAVEACOWMAN
19. ___ gratia artis : ARS
20. "I have half ___ to..." : AMIND
21. Part of a bouquet : PEONY
22. The Beatles' last movie : LETITBE
24. Brush, so to speak : BEARD
25. Baseball's Charlie Hustle : ROSE
26. Meager : SCANT
28. Monopoly token : IRON
30. Mall component : STORE
31. Legal matter : RES
34. "Relax!" : TAKEADEEPBREATH
38. Be in hock : OWE
39. 1977 U.S. Open champ : VILAS
40. Likable : NICE
41. Manipulate : WIELD
42. Predominant : MAIN
44. Chiseler : CHEAT
46. James Bond backdrop : COLDWAR
49. Not so bold : SHYER
50. Former Soviet First Lady : RAISA
52. Guinness specialty : ALE
53. "Relax!" : KEEPYOURSHIRTON
56. Cravings : YENS
57. "The Brady Bunch" housekeeper : ALICE
58. Flying eagle, e.g. : CENT
59. Old polit. cause : ERA
60. Novelist Dostoyevsky: Var. : FEDOR
61. Trojan ally, in the "Iliad" : ARES
1. "Myra Breckinridge" author : VIDAL
2. That's a subject for Dean Martin! : AMORE
3. Summer ailment : SUNSTROKE
4. Therapy fad : EST
5. Like a plum pudding : FLAMBE
6. "C'est ___" : LAVIE
7. Kenmore product : OVEN
8. Crack the books : READ
9. Semicircle : ARC
10. Indonesian island : TIMOR
11. Cousin of a gazelle : ELAND
12. June award : TONY
15. Work like a slave : SWEAT
17. Items at a lost-and-found : HATS
18. First game : OPENER
23. With 49-Down, "Say Anything" co-star : IONE
24. Cutting remark : BARB
26. Lieu : STEAD
27. True-crime TV series : COPS
28. Simpson's criminal-case judge : ITO
29. Vulgar : RAW
30. Peddle : SELL
31. It's found in a runoff : RAINWATER
32. And so on : ETC
33. 1967 Monkees song : SHE
35. Zoo section : AVIARY
36. Dr. Atkins's plan : DIET
37. Oklahoma town : ENID
41. Blubbers : WEEPS
42. Participant at a 90's dance club : MOSHER
43. Jai ___ : ALAI
44. Root on : CHEER
45. One raising a howl? : HYENA
46. Pancho's amigo : CISCO
47. Going stag : ALONE
48. Signs a lease : RENTS
49. See 23-Down : SKYE
50. Preside over : RULE
51. Bone-dry : ARID
54. Clod : OAF
55. Admiral competitor, once : RCA

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