New York Times, Friday, January 17, 2003

Author: Sherry O. Blackard
Editor: Will Shortz
Sherry O. Blackard
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 22 for Ms. Blackard. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Woman in a "Paint Your Wagon" song : ELISA
6. They may go on park walks : PRAMS
11. Kind of pad : SOS
14. Like musical instruments : TUNED
15. Loose on : LETAT
16. Violinist Jean-___ Ponty : LUC
17. "___ Thief" (1950 movie) : ONCEA
18. Not separate from : ATONEWITH
20. Mountain goat's perch : CRAG
21. Site of Churchill College : CAMBRIDGE
22. 1967 Pulitzer-winning novel by Bernard Malamud : THEFIXER
24. Radioactive isotope : IONIUM
25. One who suspends an action, in law : ABATOR
26. ___ Aigner, noted designer of shoes and handbags : ETIENNE
27. Romantic verse starter : ROSESARERED
30. Feller : AXER
31. Hand-held entrees : TACOS
32. ___ city atty. : ASST
36. Brando, notably : METHODACTOR
38. Web-surfing needs, at times : USERIDS
42. Ideals : OPTIMA
43. Early 20th-century art movement : PURISM
44. Marcher's instrument : BAGPIPES
46. Tough spots : KNOTHOLES
48. No more : OVER
49. Essays : ENDEAVORS
50. Pick up : SENSE
52. Shoe spec. : EEE
53. Like typical Georgian woods : PINEY
54. Council member, maybe : ELDER
55. Places for sgts. : PDS
56. Popeye's creator : SEGAR
57. Procedures: Abbr. : SYSTS
1. W.W. II area : ETO
2. Collectible for a so-called paileontologist : LUNCHBOX
3. Up : INCREASE
4. Check on : SEEAFTER
5. Some ballet twosomes : ADAGIOS
6. Find a job for : PLACE
7. Fix, as a road : RETAR
8. Little bit : ATOM
9. Quintessential news headline : MANBITESDOG
10. Olympics no-no : STEROID
11. Came home feet first, maybe : SLIDIN
12. Overpower in battle : OUTGUN
13. Be up to something : SCHEME
19. Red or white : WINE
22. Renowned 1939 film setting : TARA
23. Site of raw material? : XRATEDMOVIE
26. Suffix with smack : EROO
28. Stinkers : RATS
29. Command level: Abbr. : ECH
32. With real effort : ACTIVELY
33. Allowances : STIPENDS
34. Duke in "King Henry VI" : SOMERSET
35. Skipping syllables : TRAS
36. Fender benders, e.g. : MISHAPS
37. Puts side by side : APPOSES
38. Household expenses : UPKEEP
39. Lay out : SUNNED
40. Wears down : ERODES
41. Solemnity : RITE
44. Kentucky college : BEREA
45. From Nineveh: Abbr. : ASSYR
47. Like "War and Peace" : LONG
51. Ambulances' destinations: Abbr. : ERS

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