New York Times, Saturday, October 13, 2007

Author: Barry C. Silk
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry C. Silk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 33 Missing: {X} This is puzzle # 16 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Classic sports lineup : TFORMATION
11. All in favor : PROS
15. Antipathy : REPUGNANCE
16. Not be fair? : RAIN
17. "I hear ya!" : AMENTOTHAT
18. Regard impolitely : OGLE
19. Low square : NINE
20. Work period : STINT
21. Intelligence problem : MOLE
22. Winter fall, in Falkirk : SNA
23. Fortune 500 company founded in 1995 : EBAY
24. It's often administered orally : QUIZ
25. Needle holders : FIRS
27. Power system : GRID
28. Birthplace of Evel Knievel and Martha Raye : BUTTE
29. Dill herb : ANET
30. "Follow the Fleet" co-star, 1936 : ASTAIRE
32. Precursor to a historical "party" : TEAACT
34. Winner of four Oscars for musical scores : PREVIN
38. "Seems that way" : GUESSSO
42. One-named singer with the 1960s Velvet Underground : NICO
43. Decision maker : JUDGE
46. Calls in a field : CAWS
47. Proof word : STET
48. Home of Gannon University : ERIE
49. "I'll Be Doggone" singer, 1965 : GAYE
50. Lovelace who was called "The Enchantress of Numbers" : ADA
51. Cossacks' leader : TSAR
52. Take the top off : UNHAT
54. Wild : AMOK
55. Break : LULL
56. Enterprise : INITIATIVE
58. Natural healer : ALOE
59. Decision maker : DETERMINER
60. Revolutionary War general Thomas : GAGE
61. Big name in foot care : ODOREATERS
1. Dietary danger : TRANSFAT
2. Like some charms : FEMININE
3. Range, e.g. : OPENAREA
4. Old character : RUNE
5. Company keepers: Abbr. : MGT
6. Calend√°rio units : ANOS
7. Ribbons : TATTERS
8. Check : INHIBIT
9. Preceder of many hockey games : OCANADA
10. Like a snood, commonly : NETTY
11. Some dance honorees : PROMQUEENS
12. Cousin of goulash : RAGOUT
13. Like some old-fashioned lamps : OILLIT
14. Cold response? : SNEEZE
26. 1959 #1 hit for Lloyd Price : STAGGERLEE
27. Track take : GATE
28. Cold response? : BRR
31. Corp. capital raisers : IPOS
33. Breaking need : CUE
35. It's found in eggs : VITAMINE
36. Like some streams in winter : ICEDOVER
37. "Isn't anyone interested?" : NOTAKERS
39. Like many supermarket lines? : SCANNED
40. Greet : SAYHITO
41. Producer of some beads : SWEATER
43. It can give people flight reservations : JETLAG
44. Legendary Christian martyr : URSULA
45. It's open for discussion : DIALOG
49. "Life Is Beautiful" hero : GUIDO
53. Spare change? : TIRE
54. Buckling down : ATIT
57. Org. with its own insurance agency : AMA

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