New York Times, Friday, September 22, 1995

Author: Jim Page
Editor: Will Shortz
Jim Page
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 35 Missing: {BQX} This is puzzle # 41 for Mr. Page. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Give the walls a face lift : REPAPER
8. Sot : DIPSO
13. Worker with nails : ENAMELER
15. Reno and Maslin : JANETS
16. Money, for example : MAGAZINE
17. Voltaire's inamorata : EMILIE
18. Downed : ATE
19. Black-eye bringers : DISGRACERS
21. Vex : NETTLE
24. Word of exhortation : ARISE
25. Mentalist Geller : URI
26. Not busy : SLACK
27. Stripling : LAD
30. Like "The X-Files" : EERIE
32. Hart's TV partner : TESH
33. Something for one to do : SOLO
34. Kind of capital : VENTURE
36. Like many apartment buildings : POSTWAR
38. Captain's heading : ALEE
39. Gannon University site : ERIE
41. Pueblo tribe : HOPIS
42. Palmyra's locale: Abbr. : SYR
43. Shell out : SPEND
44. Blow it : ERR
45. Jumped up : STOOD
46. "Cut it out!" : LAYOFF
49. So as barely to be heard : PIANISSIMO
53. Waitress at Mel's : FLO
54. Put out of condition, as a piano : UNTUNE
55. Less refined : EARTHIER
58. Plant holders : CROCKS
59. Went up in a hurry : SPIRALED
60. Twisted : KINKY
61. Jungle warface menaces : SNIPERS
1. Bolster the front : REMAN
2. Related on the mother's side : ENATE
3. Engrossing book : PAGETURNER
4. Professional grp. : AMA
5. Dispenser candy : PEZ
6. Skip over : ELIDE
7. "Madonna With Rosary" artist : RENI
8. Napkin fabric : DAMASK
9. Like beverages at a picnic, often : INICE
10. Star booter : PELE
11. Move a finger : STIR
12. Simple sugars : OSES
14. Used-car deal : RESALE
15. City sacked by Herod the Great : JERICHO
20. Got : GRASPED
22. Overworked : TRITE
23. In-of connector : LIEU
26. Den players : STEREOS
27. Near-anonymity : LOWPROFILE
28. Jai ____ : ALAI
29. Actress Diana : DORS
30. Braun and others : EVAS
31. Hard to pin down : EELY
33. Bedtime request : STORY
35. Quiet times : REPOSES
37. Where some N.L. pitchers wind up : SHEA
40. Non-network stations : INDIES
43. Exceedingly bad : STINKY
45. Crept, informally : SNUCK
46. Conductor ____ Maazel : LORIN
47. Runaway : FLEER
48. Windstar and others : FORDS
49. Robin Goodfellow : PUCK
50. Cross letters : INRI
51. Hit ____ (batted well) : ATON
52. Hikers' needs : MAPS
56. ____ Star Pictures : TRI
57. Chance : HAP

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