New York Times, Saturday, August 3, 1996

Author: A. D. Cover
Editor: Will Shortz
A. D. Cover
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JKWXZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Cover. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Cola container : POPTOPCAN
8. Stuck together : COHERED
15. Ancient capital of Israel : SAMARIA
16. Need to have it all : AVARICE
17. Rock group with the hit "Shake it Up" : THECARS
18. Key : MOMENTOUS
19. TV news director Roger : AILES
20. Cower : CRINGE
22. Nos. in a travel guide : RTES
23. Cads : HEELS
24. Caviar : ROE
27. Pose : SIT
28. Living daylights : SENSE
29. Obliged : BOUND
31. "Great weeds do grow ___": "Richard III" : APACE
32. Stone roller : SISYPHUS
33. TV series whose title is this puzzle's theme : FAMILYMATTERS
36. Rain protectors, in London : BROLLIES
37. French cheeses : BRIES
38. Military assignments : TOURS
39. King and others : ALANS
40. The Financial Times abbr. : LTD
43. Close (in) : HEM
44. Situation : SCENE
45. Beget : SIRE
46. Place of disgrace : DOGHOUSE
48. And, to Caesar : ATQUE
49. Electric cell component : CADMIUM
52. Lock up : IMPOUND
54. Purify : CLEANSE
55. Knock out of position : DISLOCATE
56. Windlass : CAPSTAN
57. Navigated : STEERED
1. MTV favorites : POPSTARS
2. Where Papeete is : TAHITI
3. Breakfast choice : OMELET
4. Dueling distance : PACES
5. Tomorrow, to Tacitus : CRAS
6. Intake intake : AIR
7. Early development : NASCENCY
8. Herbal tea: Var. : CAMOMILE
9. Potters' chambers : OVENS
10. Depend : HANG
11. Art Deco designer : ERTE
12. Title city in a Fred Astaire hit : RIO
13. Coin of old France : ECU
14. Francoise Sagan's "___ bleus a l ame" : DES
21. Takes after : RESEMBLES
23. Makes well : HEALS
24. Bombed area in W.W. II : RUHR
25. Load : ONUS
26. Hands of Time, for short : EDS
28. Shadows : SPIES
29. Computer capacity : BYTES
30. Unfolds, in poetry : OPES
31. Eastern prince : AMIR
32. Chapel name : SISTINE
33. Bering Sea sighting : FLOE
34. Homecoming visitor : ALUM
35. Spiders : ARANEIDS
36. Thin soup : BROTH
39. Smarts : ACUMEN
40. Kind of cabinet : LIQUOR
41. Cut short : TRUNCATE
42. Transferred, as property : DEEDED
44. "El Capitan" composer : SOUSA
45. Operagoer's wear : STOLE
46. Tenets : DOGMAS
47. Suggest : HINT
48. Church area : APSE
49. New Deal prog. : CCC
50. Cookbook phrase : ALA
51. Bankbook abbr. : DEP
53. NASA recruiting site : MIT

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