New York Times, Saturday, January 20, 2001

Author: Martin Ashwood-Smith
Editor: Will Shortz
Martin Ashwood-Smith
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 28 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 4 Grid has super symmetry This is puzzle # 46 for Mr. Ashwood-Smith. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Treasuries : CHESTS
7. Stolen, in London : NICKED
13. Heavyweight event? : SHOTPUT
14. Got one's fill of? : INHALED
16. 70's-80's Chrysler : CORDOBA
17. Pellet : GRANULE
18. Burial receptacle : URN
19. Someone who watches his head? : RANCHER
21. Companion of "Stay!" : SIT
22. Tend a turkey, e.g. : BASTE
24. Bit of Braille : DOT
25. Automatic selection? : DRIVE
27. Others, to Ovid : ALII
28. They're nuts for drinks : KOLAS
30. Continuously : EVER
31. 1964 Hudson/Day comedy : SENDMENOFLOWERS
34. Beg : IMPORTUNE
35. Absolutely clobber : MAKEMINCEMEATOF
41. Harmonia's father : ARES
42. Macy's competitor : SEARS
43. Boughpot : VASE
44. ___-car : RENTA
46. Application info: Abbr. : SSN
47. Perfume, in a way : CENSE
48. Anti body? : CON
49. Not so nice : CATTIER
52. Hero : SUB
53. Villain of Spider-Man : ELECTRO
55. Bitterly cold : GLACIAL
57. Camp necessity : LATRINE
58. Building with many layers : HENNERY
59. Starts of some melees : SHOVES
60. Wee : TEENSY
1. "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God," e.g. : CHORALE
2. Is obtrusive : HORNSIN
3. LAX listing : ETD
4. One of a multitude in a devil's-snuffbox : SPORE
5. Big blow for a band? : TUBA
6. Try to get a better view, maybe : STANDONONESTOES
7. Continually : NIGHTAFTERNIGHT
8. Anent : INRE
9. Garden green : CHARD
10. Where the Cimarron flows: Abbr. : KAN
11. Slippery : ELUSIVE
12. Emancipate : DELIVER
13. Heavy breathers? : SCUBAS
15. Checks : DETERS
20. What NBC's peacock once signified : COLORCAST
23. Like the perfect homemaker's home : TIDIEST
26. Fix, as a rug : REWEAVE
28. Visored caps : KEPIS
29. In Britain they're called thieves' kitchens : SLUMS
32. "Delicious!" : MMM
33. Four quarters : ONE
35. Artist Duchamp : MARCEL
36. Biological interstices : AREOLAS
37. Scottish name meaning "handsome" : KENNETH
38. Flowers with yellow, buttonlike blooms : TANSIES
39. Burial receptacle : OSSUARY
40. Without much power : FEEBLY
45. When Antony dies in "Antony and Cleopatra" : ACTIV
47. Davit : CRANE
50. "Rise, Glory, Rise" composer : ARNE
51. Part of a C.S.A. signature : ELEE
54. ___-Magnon : CRO
56. Letters for a King? : CNN

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