New York Times, Saturday, May 29, 1999

Author: Randolph Ross
Editor: Will Shortz
Randolph Ross
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 25 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 48 for Mr. Ross. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. It keeps an eye on what's going on : CBSNEWS
8. Wigwam dweller : SHAWNEE
15. As good as ever : LIKENEW
16. Means of alert : AIRHORN
17. Deliverer of opening words? : ALIBABA
18. Storage unit : MEGABIT
19. Scam victims : SAPS
20. Sons of, in Hebrew : BNAI
22. Mal de ___ : TETE
23. Peter, Paul and Mary: Abbr. : STS
24. Hyman Rickover pioneered its development : USSNAUTILUS
27. Ho-hum TV : RERUN
29. Exercise sounds : OOMPHS
30. Symbol of sternness : IRONHAND
32. Cunning, in a way : FELINE
36. Not alert : NAPPING
37. Pennsylvania vacationland : POCONOS
38. Learns (from) : GLEANS
39. Formula finders : DERIVERS
40. "Aha!" : IGETIT
42. Seed coating : TESTA
43. Cole Porter classic : ITSDELOVELY
47. Short of : SHY
48. Brown family member : DRAB
49. With 55-Down, corporation named after the founder's daughter : SARA
50. First name in 50's TV : DESI
51. Shriver and namesakes : EUNICES
54. 1920's entertainment : SILENTS
56. Imitate : ACTLIKE
57. Game derived from baseball : ONEACAT
58. Bearings, of a sort : SEALEGS
59. Hardly independent ones : NEEDERS
1. Senior souvenir : CLASSRING
2. Like some agreements : BILATERAL
3. Works out at the boxing gym : SKIPSROPE
4. Beaks : NEBS
5. Bambi's aunt : ENA
6. Pop composer Jim and others : WEBBS
7. Bittersweet performance : SWANSONG
8. Dr. Seuss creation : SAMIAM
9. Gallop : HIE
10. "Oh, no!" : ARG
11. Hit song of 1959 or 1993 : WHATISLOVE
12. October announcement : NOBEL
13. Verdi baritone aria : ERITU
14. Spanish beings : ENTES
21. "___ is as good as a wink" : ANOD
24. Send over the edge : UNHINGE
25. Agreeable to : UPFOR
26. Manhattan, to suburbanites : THECITY
28. It generates interest : UNPAIDBILL
31. Photographer Adams : ANSEL
33. Basically : INESSENCE
34. Guiding light : NORTHSTAR
35. Bacon and others : ESSAYISTS
37. Norm's last name, on "Cheers" : PETERSON
39. Bette Midler's "___ Las Vegas" : DIVA
41. Shea warm-ups : TOSSES
43. Some are bright : IDEAS
44. Peace time : TRUCE
45. Sidewalk ___ : SANTA
46. Singer Cleo : LAINE
50. Like some phones : DEAD
52. Ltd., in Paris : CIE
53. Heart lines: Abbr. : EKG
55. See 49-Across : LEE

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