New York Times, Saturday, October 11, 2008

Author: Pete Mitchell
Editor: Will Shortz
Pete Mitchell
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 32 Missing: {FV} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Mitchell. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Routines : SHTICKS
8. Who said "A man's kiss is his signature" : MAEWEST
15. End up : TURNOUT
16. Source of much talk : AMRADIO
17. Play or movie starring William H. Macy : OLEANNA
18. The Green City in the Sun : NAIROBI
19. Winner of eight consecutive M.V.P. awards : WAYNEGRETZKY
21. Outsides of sandwiches? : ESSES
22. See 49-Down : DRIES
23. It was made to fall in 2001 : MIR
26. Southwestern resort community : TAOS
27. Dr Pepper Museum locale : WACO
28. One of only two women on Rolling Stone's list of "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time" : JOANJETT
33. Salt baths : BRINES
35. Singer with the 2000 #1 hit "Be With You" : ENRIQUEIGLESIAS
37. Anne Rice's Brat Prince : LESTAT
38. Active Ecuadorean volcano : COTOPAXI
39. Where you might be among Hmong : LAOS
40. Swing-set set : KIDS
41. Every, to a pharmacist : OMN
42. Roll up : AMASS
44. Two-time NOW president Eleanor : SMEAL
49. Garlicky dish : SHRIMPSCAMPI
51. Bachelorette party attendees : GALPALS
54. Ago : EARLIER
55. "Don't you believe it!" : NOSIREE
56. Where Arabic and Tigrinya are spoken : ERITREA
57. Booty : PLUNDER
58. Reversible silk fabrics : DAMASKS
1. 19th-century abolitionist : STOWE
2. Shakes in the grass? : HULAS
3. Small diamonds, say : TREYS
4. Puerile : INANE
5. Ben & Jerry's stock : CONES
6. "___ Pow! Enter the Fist" (2002 spoof film) : KUNG
7. Detail in a captain's log : STARDATE
8. Cousin of a cockroach : MANTIS
9. Stagger : AMAZE
10. Ballet dancer Bruhn and others : ERIKS
11. Gun-shy : WARY
12. Old Far Eastern capital : EDO
13. Person in a tree, briefly : SIB
14. Parisian pronoun : TOI
20. Steaminess : EROTICISM
23. Rage : MANIA
24. Scaling tool : ICEAX
25. Martini's partner : ROSSI
26. German: Abbr. : TEUT
27. Thin fragment : WISP
28. It may still be moving when you eat it : JELLO
29. Late late hour : ONEAM
30. Bad ignition? : ARSON
31. Small carps : NITS
32. First three-letter White House monogram : JQA
33. They're made in short order : BLTS
34. Runabout or Royale : REO
36. Success : GODSPEED
40. Kind of roll : KAISER
42. Take ___ look at : AHARD
43. 1957 hit for the Bobbettes : MRLEE
44. Drop on a stage : SCRIM
45. It's north of Libya : MALTA
46. Foreign dignitaries : EMIRS
47. Sneak ___ : APEEK
48. Former capital of Italy : LIRAS
49. With 22-Across, prepares to put on the line : SPIN
50. Old-time actress Haden : SARA
51. Country stat. : GNP
52. Choice for chat : AOL
53. Sch. whose teams play at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center : LSU

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