New York Times, Saturday, January 5, 2008

Author: Paula Gamache
Editor: Will Shortz
Paula Gamache
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 26 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 28 for Ms. Gamache. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Saucily titled best-selling diet book : SKINNYBITCH
12. Center starter? : EPI
15. It's featured in "A Night at the Opera" : ILTROVATORE
16. Tickled user's response : LOL
17. Target of a school bully : TEACHERSPET
18. ___-de-four (hemisphere-shaped vault) : CUL
19. 3,280.84 ft. : KIL
20. Suspect's request: Abbr. : ATTY
21. Internet site graphics : WEBART
23. Chooses by divine election : ANOINTS
25. Ice remover : SCRAPER
26. Fig. on a 1970s dollar : DDE
27. Enamel strengthener : FLUORIDE
28. Has confiscated : LOSES
31. Slip fillers : BOATS
32. T preceder : TOA
33. Alliance : AXIS
34. College bookstore stock : TEXTS
35. Château ___-Brion (Bordeaux wine) : HAUT
36. Arizona senator Jon : KYL
37. Yes or no follower : SIREE
38. Abundant sources : FONTS
39. Lands in the Persian Gulf : EMIRATES
41. John of Lancaster : LOO
42. Ben Jonson poem : TOCELIA
43. N.F.L. salary limit : HARDCAP
47. Like 1, but not I : ARABIC
48. Rest : EASE
49. Peggy of "The Dukes of Hazzard" : REA
50. Not be generous with : HOG
51. They really ought to be kicked : NASTYHABITS
54. Next to nothing? : ONE
55. Sign of stress? : ACUTEACCENT
56. An alien may take it: Abbr. : ESL
57. Is a hero : SAVESTHEDAY
1. University of Alaska Southeast campus site : SITKA
2. Anne of fashion : KLEIN
3. ___ disco (European dance music) : ITALO
4. Reactor overseer: Abbr. : NRC
5. Cry from a daredevil cyclist : NOHANDS
6. 1884 short story by Guy de Maupassant : YVETTE
7. St. ___ (Caribbean island, familiarly) : BARTS
8. Wee, to a wee 'un : ITSY
9. Foremost : TOP
10. Private dos? : CREWCUTS
11. They're straight : HETEROS
12. Yosemite Valley peak : ELCAPITAN
13. Dumped : POUREDOUT
14. Harms : ILLTREATS
22. Manhattan's place : BAR
24. Every month has one : IDES
25. Ticket : SLATE
27. Babes : FOXES
28. Where Fredo Corleone gets shot : LAKETAHOE
29. Passive-aggressive and the like : OXYMORONS
30. Common desiccant : SILICAGEL
31. Kentucky college : BEREA
34. Body found high in the Andes : TITICACA
35. Where to hang, in slang : HOOD
37. Steinbeck's birthplace : SALINAS
38. Apiece : FOREACH
40. No Yankee fan : REB
41. Light into : LASHAT
43. Governor who helped found Ohio State University : HAYES
44. Called out : CRIED
45. UnitedHealth rival : AETNA
46. Like plaster : PASTY
48. Suffix with super : ETTE
52. Explorer, e.g. : SUV
53. Dating letters : BCE

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