New York Times, Thursday, May 6, 1999

Author: Matt Gaffney
Editor: Will Shortz
Matt Gaffney
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JZ} This is puzzle # 50 for Mr. Gaffney. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Popular 1990's revival : BEETLE
7. Baba ___ (Radner character) : WAWA
11. Member of the genus Equus : ASS
14. Like some doctors : ONCALL
15. Part of a temple's décor, maybe : IDOL
16. Kind of center : REC
17. A man has to have one : XCHROMOSOME
19. Warhol subject : MAO
20. Some health food stores : COOPS
21. "Driving Miss Daisy" playwright : UHRY
22. New Year's entertainment : BOWL
23. Word with you : ARE
24. Hill worker : ANT
26. Left no doubt about : ENSURED
28. Fix : REDO
30. "___ one..." (opiner's opening) : IFOR
32. Equinox sign : ARIES
33. "Let's go, Pedro!" : VAMOS
35. One of three Ottoman sultans : AHMED
36. Some facsimiles : XEROXCOPIES
38. Massachusetts Senator : KERRY
39. Rub' al Khali residents : ARABS
40. Press conference activity : QANDA
41. Oldest of the Brady bunch : GREG
42. Bulldogs : ELIS
46. Stirs : AROUSES
48. Lowing herd's locale, in a Gray elegy : LEA
50. Standout pitcher : ACE
51. Record : TAPE
52. Retrievers' relievers? : VETS
54. Apple gizmo : CORER
56. Chimney output : ASH
57. Catalan-born bandleader : XAVIERCUGAT
59. ___ Speedwagon : REO
60. 1950's British P.M. : EDEN
61. Sandinista leader : ORTEGA
62. Golfer Woosnam : IAN
63. Car owner's worry : DENT
64. Quarters of many quartets : BASSES
1. Rail yard sight : BOXCAR
2. Second coming : ENCORE
3. Repeated : ECHOED
4. It may cover a diamond : TARP
5. Author Mario Vargas ___ : LLOSA
6. Common street name : ELM
7. It's often made with the eyes closed : WISH
8. Fan : ADORER
9. Females, in feminist writing : WOMYN
10. Draft, maybe : ALE
11. National Guard buildings : ARMORIES
12. Sushi wrap : SEAWEED
13. Wags a finger at : SCOLDS
18. Best : OUTFOX
22. Asian language spoken by 32 million : BURMESE
25. Vulcan portrayer : NIMOY
27. "Master" : SAHIB
29. Fine word for libraries : OVERDUE
31. Gold statuette : OSCAR
34. What Polonius hid behind : ARRAS
35. Take ___ from someone's book : APAGE
36. Disciple of Socrates : XENOPHON
37. End of a threat : ORELSE
38. Arm of the Arctic : KARASEA
40. Persian Gulf dweller : QATARI
41. Powerful Western coalition : GSEVEN
43. T-shirt category : LARGES
44. It ended about 10,000 years ago : ICEAGE
45. Some mattresses : SERTAS
47. Give the slip : EVADE
49. Capital on the Bight of Benin : ACCRA
53. TV knob : TINT
55. Escape clauses : OUTS
57. Affixed one's mark : XED
58. Stick up : ROB

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