New York Times, Friday, July 23, 1999

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: {FWZ} This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. River to the Atlantic : GAMBIA
7. Torture over a rack? : SCRABBLE
15. Orchestra member : OBOIST
16. Virgin product, sometimes : OLIVEOIL
17. Villa d'Este city : TIVOLI
18. Wait : BIDETIME
19. Work with lofty words : ODE
20. Bibliographical abbr. : ETSEQ
22. Antiquary's acquisition : RELIC
23. Baneful bunch : PESTS
25. Sets right : TRUES
27. Corp. that acquired Sheraton in 1968 : ITT
28. Playwright's dream : OBIE
29. Omega alternative : ROLEX
30. Capped part : KNEE
31. Five-time Emmy winner : TYNEDALY
33. Bath's not full enough? : MEAGRE
35. More than content : SATE
36. One way to stand : TALL
37. They may be ornamental : SHRUBS
40. Boeing product : JETLINER
44. Computer program feature : LOOP
45. Far from spare : OBESE
47. Amount in a Christie title : NONE
48. Prefix with thermal : ISO
49. Contort : GNARL
50. Contorts : BENDS
51. Like phonographs : PASSE
53. Cut out : CEASE
55. Back : AGO
56. Like an escapee : ONTHELAM
58. Probability pioneer : PASCAL
60. With apprehension : UNEASILY
61. Eventually : INTIME
62. 1982 N.C.A.A. basketball champs : TARHEELS
63. Bid, perhaps : NODDED
1. Fall apart : GOTOPOT
2. Follow : ABIDEBY
3. Starts an occupation : MOVESIN
4. This is your life : BIO
5. Some are tropical : ISLES
6. Spatting : ATIT
7. Good way to drive : SOBERLY
8. Inner group : CLIQUE
9. Cleanse : RID
10. Comes out with : AVERS
11. Belle's companion : BETE
12. Intense : BOILING
13. Restraint : LIMITER
14. In : ELECTEE
21. Lifted : STOLE
24. Prepares for a drive : TEESUP
26. Alimony payer or receiver : EXMATE
29. Exposes, in a way : RATSON
30. 10-time Gold Glove Award winner : KALINE
32. Smidge : DAB
34. 90 degrees : ELL
36. Early partner of Westinghouse : TESLA
37. Exit undetected : SLIPOUT
38. Triumphal entry cry : HOSANNA
39. Something that's combed : ROOSTER
40. Irons and others : JEREMYS
41. Base : NONACID
42. Area of chess study : ENDGAME
43. Took care of a clog, perhaps : RESOLED
46. "The Big Sleep" co-star : BACALL
49. Some layers : GEESE
50. Gambling game : BEANO
52. ___ Jahan (Taj Mahal builder) : SHAH
54. Fabricate : SPIN
57. Fabrication : LIE
59. Kind of time: Abbr. : STD

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