New York Times, Thursday, August 12, 1999

Author: Robert H. Wolfe
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert H. Wolfe
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {FJQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 40 for Mr. Wolfe. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Lookout point : CRAG
5. Car protector : BRA
8. Candidate for a psych ward : SICKO
13. Memorable 1989 hurricane : HUGO
14. One makes one Trigger happy : OAT
15. Grosset's partner in publishing : DUNLAP
16. Jungle creature : ANACONDA
18. Delineate again : REDEFINE
19. ___ boy : MAMAS
20. Meantime : INTERIM
22. Chapter 11 filers : OWERS
23. Wise : ADVISABLE
26. "You are too" response : IAMNOT
27. Some workers : ANTS
28. NATO refusal : NEIN
29. Dict. listing : SYN
30. Ex-Bosoxer Petrocelli : RICO
31. It may be hard for one person to carry : SECRET
33. Hint to filling in four squares in this puzzle : TELEPHONE
35. Popular Tonka toys : GOBOTS
38. Time and time again : EONS
39. Greetings : HIS
42. Brown hue : ECRU
43. Cut ___ : ARUG
44. Summer treat : CONE
45. Old dental supply : LAUGHINGGAS
48. Pioneer in Surrealism : ERNST
49. Go over again : ITERATE
50. Smock : LABCOAT
51. Early explorer of Florida : DESOTO
53. How things are seen : OCULARLY
55. Relatives of Siberians : ALEUTS
56. Norma Webster's middle name : RAE
57. Uphold : KEEP
58. Squalid : DIRTY
59. Place that's 58-Across : STY
60. European tongue : ERSE
1. Soft leather : CHAMOIS
2. Flee : RUNAWAY
3. Trojan War chief : AGAMEMNON
4. Racer : GOCART
5. French word of approval : BON
6. Glow : RADIANCE
7. People good at making connections : ATANDTOPERATORS
8. Court figures : SUERS
9. Violating orders : INDEFIANCE
10. Hillary, for one : CLIMBER
11. Mo. neighbor : KAN
12. Unseal : OPE
15. German number : DREI
17. W.W. II org. : OSS
21. Sets : TVS
24. Become prone : LIE
25. Suffix with insist : ENT
27. Isn't doing well : AILS
30. Part of A.A.R.P.: Abbr. : RET
31. Lay : SONG
32. Lt.'s inferior : ENS
33. Bravely endure : TOUGHITOUT
34. Declawed manx, e.g. : HOUSECAT
35. Coalesce : GEL
36. Mozart's "L'___ del Cairo" : OCA
37. Bouncer type : BRUISER
39. Medal giver : HONORER
40. Where to find pitchers? : INSALES
41. Do printer's work : SETTYPE
43. Muslim title : AGA
44. Seafood delicacy : CRABCAKE
46. All meshed up? : NETTY
47. ___ point (certain stitch) : GROS
48. Wing : ELL
51. Pop : DAD
52. ___ Lilly & Co. : ELI
54. 180 degree turn, in slang : UEY

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