New York Times, Saturday, January 17, 2004

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 30 Missing: {FJQXZ} This is puzzle # 58 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Tree that yields fragrant balsam : SWEETGUM
9. Club for wayward youths : PADDLE
15. High guy? : MALEALTO
16. Miss ___ (teacher in "Peanuts") : OTHMAR
17. Directed : OVERSEEN
18. Much-mistrusted name in news, once : PRAVDA
19. Reels off : RECITES
20. Steep rocky eminence : SCAR
21. Name on a compact : ESTEE
22. U.S.N. functionary : CPO
23. Some rainwear : MACS
27. Secretly amassing : STASHINGAWAY
31. Place for candlesticks : MANTELPIECE
34. Relief : AID
35. Arena shout : OLE
36. First-nameless private eye in Robert B. Parker mysteries : SPENSER
37. Like some hotels, for short : SRO
38. It might receive feedback, briefly : MIC
39. 1999 sitcom about a hockey player-turned-social worker : THENORMSHOW
41. Finishes some of : MAKESADENTIN
43. Alumni ___: Abbr. : ASSN
44. Single or double : BED
45. Ringers in a ring : NARCS
49. Huckleberry eaters : DEER
51. Not hiding much : GRAPHIC
53. Outgrowth : RESULT
56. Tab, for one : DIETSODA
57. Two-time U.S. Open champ : AGASSI
58. Filling choice : UNLEADED
59. Practical school subject : HOMEEC
60. Venus and others : DAYSTARS
1. Messy snack : SMORE
2. Sea, metaphorically : WAVES
3. Decide on : ELECT
4. Most peculiar : EERIEST
5. Some ad features : TASTETESTS
6. Cause of big smiles : GLEE
7. Mountain West Conference team : UTES
8. Dieu et ___ droit (motto of England) : MON
9. Ticketmaster event : POPCONCERT
10. Razor's handle : ATRA
11. Title character in a new 1997 ABC sitcom : DHARMA
12. Tag sale site?: Abbr. : DMV
13. "Carry the ___ that's born to be king" ("Skye Boat Song" line) : LAD
14. Period piece : ERA
20. Surveils : SPIESON
22. Shot the breeze : CHINNED
24. Flooded : AWASH
25. 1943 conference site : CAIRO
26. Actor von ___ of "The Seventh Seal," 1957 : SYDOW
28. Like some codes : ALPHABETIC
29. One who enjoys unlimited travel? : SPEEDER
30. Sprouts : GERMINATES
31. When repeated, Harold Rome song lyric before "I fear you reared me wrong" : MOMMA
32. Vacationing celeb's convenience : ALIAS
33. Goes parking : NECKS
40. Betrays impatience with : SNAPSAT
42. Purpose : ENDUSE
46. "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" character : RHODA
47. Press product : CIDER
48. Tons : SCADS
50. "What ___?" : ELSE
51. 1962 Johnny Mathis hit : GINA
52. Count : RELY
53. Arena shout : RAH
54. Off-putting trait : EGO
55. Friend of Frodo : SAM
56. Clunker : DUD

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