New York Times, Friday, January 20, 2006

Author: Harvey Estes
Editor: Will Shortz
Harvey Estes
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 3, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 96 for Mr. Estes. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Antique store? : SHOPPE
7. Violin components : ASTRINGS
15. Make a ball : CURLUP
16. Ladle : SPOONOUT
17. Secrets : ARCANA
18. Holder of an afternoon service : TEATABLE
19. French flag color, in France : BLANC
20. "Shoot!" : DRAT
21. Where workers may do the daily grind? : MILL
22. Excited pointer's comment : OHLOOK
24. 1999-2001 Broadway musical revue : FOSSE
25. Editorial cartoonist Rall : TED
28. Listener : EAR
29. From, in some names : VON
30. Former Washington duo : ALANDTIPPERGORE
37. Stepped in like Superman : CAMETOTHERESCUE
38. Somehow : ONEWAYORANOTHER
39. Resort of a sort : SPA
40. Old TV control abbr. : HOR
41. Old protest grp. : SDS
42. 2000 Olympic gymnast ___ Ray : ELISE
45. Rhoda's sister on "Rhoda" : BRENDA
48. Passiontide time : LENT
49. Dogsbody, so to speak : PEON
50. Mark of distinction : APLUS
54. Isabel Allende's birthplace : LIMAPERU
56. Meet, as expectations : RISETO
57. Child's cry at a parade, perhaps : ICANTSEE
58. "Harrumph!" : INEVER
59. Kids' game sites : SANDLOTS
60. Preceder of many a goal : ASSIST
1. Unpopular worker : SCAB
2. Cast : HURL
3. Sea predator : ORCA
4. National headquarters of J.C. Penney, Dr Pepper and Frito-Lay : PLANO
5. Paper strip for old computer data : PUNCHEDTAPE
6. Energy Star org. : EPA
7. Toledo twinkler : ASTRO
8. Command to a dog : SPEAK
9. Just so : TOAT
10. Fail to keep : ROT
11. Surrounded by : INAMONGST
12. "Dona ___ Pacem" (Latin hymn) : NOBIS
13. Plays for a sucker : GULLS
14. Ancient burial stone : STELE
20. Popular snack chip : DORITO
23. One of The Jacksons : LATOYA
24. Fates : FOREORDAINS
25. Kind of salad : TACO
26. Zip : ELAN
27. British title : DAME
29. Castle with many steps : VERNON
31. Paper carrier : NEWSSTAND
32. Part of a sentence: Abbr. : PHR
33. Showy bird's mate : PEAHEN
34. Famous name in newspaper publishing : OCHS
35. Like many a mistake : RUED
36. Kin of -ists : EERS
42. Fashion designer Perry : ELLIS
43. Olympus alternative : LEICA
44. Hero of Charles Frazier's "Cold Mountain" : INMAN
45. Topper with a tab : BERET
46. Voluptuaries : ROUES
47. Places for many stained-glass windows : APSES
49. Tender in Tijuana : PESO
51. First name among clothiers : LEVI
52. Huntsman Center players : UTES
53. Work with mail : SORT
55. Old TV's ___ Club : PTL
56. Narrow waterway : RIA

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