New York Times, Friday, January 28, 2005

Author: Eric Berlin
Editor: Will Shortz
Eric Berlin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 33 Missing: {FJQXZ} This is puzzle # 15 for Mr. Berlin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Doonesbury" reporter Hedley : ROLAND
7. Chesterfield, e.g. : OVERCOAT
15. Where many jokes are set : INABAR
16. Small amount : PITTANCE
17. Take up : OCCUPY
18. Light : ETHEREAL
19. Scraps : SETTOS
20. ___-Shan, ship in Conrad's "Typhoon" : NAN
21. ___ City, Fla. : DADE
22. Grocery section : AISLE
23. Beside : ALONG
25. Title lady of a 1932 Ethel Merman song : EADIE
27. Simplifies : EASES
31. Berlin, for one : COMPOSER
35. Nun's wear : WIMPLE
36. Ferdinand III's daughter : ELEANOR
37. First one out on the track : POLECAR
38. Enter drop by drop : SEEPIN
39. Spring cleaning follow-up, perhaps : YARDSALE
40. He sat in front of Nimoy and Shatner : TAKEI
41. "The Lower Depths" playwright : GORKI
42. Inflexible : RIGID
44. Señor's speech : HABLA
48. Sky over the Seine : CIEL
51. It's picked : ORE
52. Mark who won the 1998 Masters and British Open : OMEARA
54. Generally : ALLINALL
56. No-good : ROTTEN
57. Tartish treat : LEMONPIE
58. Meandered : SNAKED
59. Pulitzer-winning William Kennedy novel : IRONWEED
60. Corsair, Ranger and Pacer : EDSELS
1. Ebro y otros : RIOS
2. "___-Year Day" ("The Pajama Game" tune) : ONCEA
3. Milk: Prefix : LACTI
4. Neighbors : ABUTS
5. He was defeated and captured at Sedan : NAPOLEONIII
6. April to September, in southern Africa : DRYSEASON
7. Like some markets : OPENAIR
8. Sports analyst who wrote "Living a Dream" : VITALE
9. Prefix with -centric : ETHNO
10. Way: Abbr. : RTE
11. They often involve drawing : CARDGAMES
12. Most eligible, in a way : ONEA
13. Ens. producer : ACAD
14. Phony start? : TELE
24. Grammy winner for "Jonathan Livingston Seagull" : NEILDIAMOND
26. German article : DER
28. Shelter provider: Abbr. : SPCA
29. Big international carrier : ELAL
30. Like a desert : SERE
31. "___ la guerre" : CEST
32. Olive genus : OLEA
33. Unlikely to raise a ruckus : MEEK
34. George Plimpton book : PAPERLION
35. Productive one : WORKHORSE
37. Hole stat : PAR
39. Sang on high? : YODELED
41. Opposite of macho : GIRLIE
43. Snap : GOAPE
45. They're not final releases : BETAS
46. Applesauce-topped treat : LATKE
47. Dizzy : AREEL
48. Valle del Cauca's capital : CALI
49. Robert of "The Sopranos" : ILER
50. Zoe's friend, on "Sesame Street" : ELMO
53. Added stipulations : ANDS
55. Weather report abbr. : NNW

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