New York Times, Thursday, January 20, 2005

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 42 Missing: {JMQVXY} This is puzzle # 210 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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JimH notes: This grid has only 63 vowels, the fewest of any 15 by 15 puzzle in my database.
1
A
2
C
3
T
4
S
5
A
6
S
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S
8
O
9
W
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R
O
W
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G
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O
U
L
A
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S
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H
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C
P
A
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T
U
E
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I
T
S
A
L
I
E
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R
E
N
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S
P
L
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O
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H
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C
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W
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N
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A
L
F
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S
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I
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S
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K
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P
S
E
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L
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T
T
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A
B
C
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R
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E
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A
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S
C
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U
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N
C
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P
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O
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S
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S
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L
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P
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C
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C
A
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L
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K
L
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H
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C
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P
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T
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L
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C
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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Appear : ACT
4. KLM competitor : SAS
7. Promulgate : SOW
10. Help the crew : ROW
11. Paprika-powdered serving : GOULASH
15. One doing checks and balances? : CPA
16. Election day: Abbr. : TUE
17. "Not true!" : ITSALIE
18. TV cartoon dog : REN
19. Stain : SPLOTCH
21. Bicycle maker since 1895 : SCHWINN
23. Some sports cars, for short : ALFAS
24. "Out of Africa" novelist Dinesen : ISAK
26. Niche at Notre Dame : APSE
27. Baltic Sea viewer, maybe : LETT
28. Rudiments : ABCS
29. Cleaning cloths : WIPES
30. Letters in Icelandic : ETHS
31. "Yay, team!" : RAH
32. Patronizes, as a restaurant : EATSAT
33. Make compact, with "up" : SCRUNCH
35. Groups on horseback : POSSES
39. Parking place : LOT
40. Particle flux density symbols : PSIS
44. Quechua-speaking : INCAN
45. 79 for gold, e.g.: Abbr. : ATNO
46. Neither this nor that, in Peru : OTRO
47. Rob Reiner's father : CARL
48. Chichén ___ (Mayan city) : ITZA
49. Hearts : CORES
50. Gossipy group : KLATSCH
52. Lug : SCHLEPP
54. In place : SET
55. Horace's "Ars ___" : POETICA
57. What's brewing, perhaps : TEA
58. Tolkien monster : ORC
59. Tempers : ANNEALS
60. Knave : CAD
61. ___ degree : NTH
62. Lily Tomlin character Edith ___ : ANN
63. Shaker ___, O. : HTS
1. Gallery event : ARTSALE
2. Terse verse : COUPLET
3. Like L, alphabetically : TWELFTH
4. Where to order tekka maki : SUSHIBAR
5. Like : ALA
6. Some dips : SALSAS
7. Newspaper publisher who founded the United Press : SCRIPPS
8. Briny expanse : OPENSEA
9. Most pale : WANNEST
11. Beats it, out of the city : GITS
12. Not needing a prescription: Abbr. : OTC
13. Twisted : SICK
14. Restrained laugh : HEH
20. Some are wild : OATS
22. "You're going too fast for me!" : WAIT
25. "Hogan's Heroes" sergeant : SCHULTZ
28. Meteor paths : ARCS
29. "Do ___ Diddy Diddy" (1964 #1 hit) : WAH
32. Opposite of endo- : ECTO
33. Upper body: Abbr. : SEN
34. Occidental, e.g. : NONASIAN
35. Harasses : PICKSON
36. Ready for anything : ONALERT
37. No-go at the track : SCRATCH
38. A dash, maybe : SALT
40. Kitty : POOL
41. Time for one doing time : STRETCH
42. Words of emphasis : IREPEAT
43. Some pot scrubbers : SOSPADS
45. Acropolis figure : ATHENA
48. Pointer's target : ICON
49. The New Yorker cartoonist Addams : CHAS
51. Marienbad, for one : SPA
53. D with 50% off : CCL
56. Number of one-voweled, seven-letter words in this puzzle : TEN

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