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New York Times, Friday, November 13, 1998

13-Down : Special radio offering

Author:
Jim Page
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Jim Page

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 29 Missing: {BGJQXZ} This is puzzle # 109 for Mr. Page. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1998, The New York Times11/13/98 ( No. 17,902 )

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Across
1
One with a lot of German cars : AUDIDEALER
11
1967 folk album : ARLO
15
Pen problem : PRISONRIOT
16
Nod resident : CAIN
17
1997 Grammy winner for Best Musical Show : RIVERDANCE
18
Queen's residence : HIVE
19
Soft shoe : MOC
20
Qumran inhabitants : ESSENES
22
Sectional, e.g. : SOFA
26
Reporter's word : WHEN
28
Undergrad course : PSYCH
29
Three czars : IVANS
31
Bridget Fonda, to Jane : NIECE
33
"Flower Drum Song" actor : SOO
34
Imp : DEVILKIN
36
"___ you heard?" : HAVENT
38
Globelike : ROTUND
39
Ion of tennis : TIRIAC
40
It may be turned : PHRASE
41
Breaks : RECESSES
43
My follower : LAI
44
Conservatism icon : HELMS
46
Some designer dresses : DIORS
47
"___ Girls Go" (1948 musical) : ASTHE
49
Bank amts. : INTS
51
Demolition compounds : TNTS
52
Substituting for, in poetry : STEADOF
54
Federal agcy., 1946-75 : AEC
56
Overlook : MISS
57
Capitol : STATEHOUSE
63
Drooping : ALOP
64
Overseas trade center : EUROMARKET
65
Dict. offerings : SYNS
66
Chop shop supply : SPAREPARTS
Down
1
Financing abbr. : APR
2
Sch. in Kingston : URI
3
Army grp. : DIV
4
Expert finish : ISE
5
Rice housing : DORM
6
What foundations do : ENDOW
7
Tick, for one : ARACHNID
8
Wister's "___ McLean" : LIN
9
Tertiary Period part : EOCENE
10
U.S. 1 and others : RTES
11
Flu symptoms : ACHES
12
Summer in southern Asia : RAINYSEASON
13
Special radio offering : LIVECONCERT
14
Single-issue magazine : ONESHOT
21
Ran through : SPEARED
22
Pitcher Fernandez : SID
23
How a bad decision may be made : OVERHASTILY
24
Joseph, to Jacob : FAVORITESON
25
"West Side Story" role : ANITA
27
Article in Der Spiegel : EIN
30
Like unfortunate winter pedestrians : SLUSHED
32
Hot : CHIC
35
Deliver a low blow, perhaps : KNEE
37
Call on : VISIT
39
Willful one? : TESTATOR
40
Blood bank supply : PLASMAS
41
Former White House inits. : RMN
42
S.D.S. target : SSS
45
Exalt : LIFTUP
48
Padlock parts : HASPS
50
Part of a "Tommy" tune : SEEME
53
Medical suffixes : OSES
55
React to exposure, maybe : CHAP
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Rome's ___ Pacis : ARA
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___ et labora : ORA
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Former U.S.S.R. member : UKR
61
Prescribed : SET
62
Alf and Mork : ETS

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 6 debuted here and reused later, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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