New York Times, Saturday, June 19, 1999

Author: Mark Diehl
Editor: Will Shortz
Mark Diehl
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {FQZ} This is puzzle # 23 for Mr. Diehl. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Bygone leader : TSAR
5. Noted Star Fleet graduate : JAMESTKIRK
15. Prof. Lidenbrock of Verne's "Journey to the Center of the Earth" : OTTO
16. Lemon grove? : USEDCARLOT
17. Mountain: Prefix : OREO
18. Actor who's written popular cookbooks : DOMDELUISE
19. Maximum : LID
20. Phaedra, by birth : MINOAN
21. Big name in daredeviltry : EVEL
22. Giant slalom, e.g. : SKIRACE
24. Moves with caution : EDGES
26. Son of William the Conqueror : HENRYI
27. It may get high marks : LEVEE
29. Stretch of history : EONS
30. Succulent, spiny-leafed plant : ALOE
32. Destroy : WRACK
36. Postage ___ : DUE
37. With ingenuity and finesse : SLICKLY
39. Veinticuatro horas : DIA
40. Subway car part : STRAP
42. Inspiration, maybe : MUSE
43. Best Actress of 1998 : HUNT
44. Hotel quote : RATES
46. Security holder : BAILEE
48. Opposite of saves : DAMNS
50. Small, combative ones : BANTAMS
51. Deep : RICH
52. Lack, briefly : HAVENT
55. Skye cap : TAM
56. Think through : EXCOGITATE
58. "Don't look at me!" : NOTI
59. Mr. Deeds and Mrs. Doubtfire : TITLEROLES
60. Yank ally : BRIT
61. Setting for Tennyson's "Enoch Arden" : DESERTISLE
62. "Moses" novelist : ASCH
1. Outbuildings : TOOLSHEDS
2. Fan : STRIKEOUT
3. Supped : ATEDINNER
4. It may be found in a pouch : ROO
5. Kind of review : JUDICIAL
6. Collectively : ASONE
7. Directive at work : MEMO
8. Classical collection : EDDA
9. Part of the act when King Richard III dies : SCENEV
10. 1960 world chess champ : TAL
11. Elm Street terrorizer : KRUEGER
12. "For as long as ___" : ILIVE
13. Derby prize : ROSES
14. Record label in TV ads : KTEL
20. Fifth of twelve : MAY
23. B.&O. et al. : RRS
25. Slightly wet : DEWY
27. Point of interest : LOCUS
28. Fun house sounds : EEKS
31. Vitamin C source : LIME
33. Fans : ADULATORS
34. Fit for the big screen : CINEMATIC
35. So-called "Songbird of the South" : KATESMITH
37. Go over : SPAN
38. Like Casey Kasem, ethnically : LEBANESE
41. Feature of 45-Down : ARMHOLE
43. Single or double : HIT
45. Souvenir item : TSHIRT
47. Army member : ANT
48. Civil War anthem : DIXIE
49. S.&L. units : ACCTS
50. Kind of nut : BETEL
51. Sent back: Abbr. : RETD
53. Yours, in Tours : ATOI
54. Where many vins come from : VALS
57. W.W. II combatant: Abbr. : GER
58. The Phila. Warriors were its first champs : NBA

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