New York Times, Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Author: Mel Rosen
Editor: Will Shortz
Mel Rosen
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 44 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 30 for Mr. Rosen. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Dismay : APPAL
6. Like flags : SEWN
10. Rap sheet letters : AKA
13. Ragú rival : PREGO
14. Native Canadian : CREE
15. Hasty escape : LAM
16. Tchaikovsky overture : EIGHTEENTWELVE
19. Carrier to Europe : KLM
20. S ___ sugar : ASIN
21. Former Georgia senator Sam : NUNN
22. Frost-covered : RIMY
24. Boiling point of water on the Celsius scale : ONEHUNDRED
28. Noted painter of flowers : OKEEFFE
30. Opposite end of the point : ERASER
31. Composer Franck : CESAR
32. Best Picture of 1958 : GIGI
33. Number of plays attributed to William Shakespeare : THIRTYSEVEN
38. "Rats!" : DARN
39. Decorative pitchers : EWERS
42. "___ Mucho" : BESAME
45. Can't-miss proposition : SUREBET
47. Heinz tally of flavors : FIFTYSEVEN
49. "Star Trek" helmsman : SULU
50. Fuji film competitor : AGFA
51. "What ___ can I say?" : ELSE
53. Test site : LAB
54. Sum of 16-, 24-, 33- and 47-Across : TWOTHOUSANDSIX
59. Plane domain : AIR
60. Brewer's kiln : OAST
61. Staring intently : AGAZE
62. Growing fig.? : HGT
63. Squeaks (out) : EKES
64. Flying Pan : PETER
1. Boorish : APELIKE
2. Most stiffly proper : PRIMMEST
3. Good baseball throw : PEG
4. Turkish title : AGHA
5. Much : LOTSOF
6. Locale : SCENE
7. Directional suffix : ERN
8. Freshly painted : WET
9. Fresh : NEW
10. Fascination : ALLURE
11. Julie known as the voice of Marge Simpson : KAVNER
12. Fix : AMEND
17. Article in Die Zeit : EINE
18. Extremes : ENDS
19. Former McDonald's head Ray : KROC
23. "Woo-hoo!" : YEAH
25. "___ an Englishman" ("H.M.S. Pinafore" song) : HEIS
26. Impel : URGE
27. Less worldly : NAIVER
29. Islamic Sabbath : FRIDAY
32. Ob-___ : GYN
34. Butts : RAMS
35. Koala's hangout : TREE
36. Pasture parents : EWES
37. Convert to a fine spray : NEBULIZE
40. Salon treatment : RELAXER
41. One-inch pencil, for example : STUB
42. V.I.P. : BIGWIG
43. Physical exertion : EFFORT
44. Photo repro : STAT
45. Ward of "The Fugitive," 1993 : SELA
46. Open with a pop : UNSNAP
47. Political party in Palestine : FATAH
48. Sleeveless garments : VESTS
52. Barely beat : EDGE
55. Make a bed? : HOE
56. Furniture wood : OAK
57. Homonym for 36-Down : USE
58. Convened : SAT

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