New York Times, Friday, October 20, 2006

Author: Ed Early
Editor: Will Shortz
Ed Early
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {QX} Spans: 9, (3 triple stacks) This is puzzle # 49 for Mr. Early. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Suit protector? : GOLDENPARACHUTE
16. 2003 Pancho Villa portrayer : ANTONIOBANDERAS
17. Some European political leaders : SOCIALDEMOCRATS
18. Book of the Book of Mormon : ENOS
19. Powers that be : INS
20. Spread stick : OLEO
21. French shaker contents : SEL
22. Large number : SCAD
24. Exerciser's target : ABS
26. Word repeated in "The Whiffenpoof Song" : BAA
27. Something that might roll over, briefly : IRA
28. J.F.K.'s U.N. ambassador : AES
31. Statement subsequently belied : FAMOUSLASTWORDS
37. Locale of more than 50 volcanoes : ALEUTIANISLANDS
38. Classic piano tune first recorded in 1921 : KITTENONTHEKEYS
39. The "gods" in "Chariots of the Gods?," in brief : ETS
40. Lover of Orion : EOS
41. Places where organs may be seen: Abbr. : ORS
42. Radio station expense : CDS
43. Charge of Moses : JEWS
45. Letter getters: Abbr. : POS
48. Goldfish in "Pinocchio" : CLEO
51. Claret alternative, briefly : ZIN
52. It's drawn for the dirty : BATH
53. Isn't pleasant to remember : LEAVESABADTASTE
58. Illegally : UNDERTHECOUNTER
59. Time in Times Square : EASTERNSTANDARD
1. Exhausts, say : GASES
2. "___ hand …" : ONONE
3. Blake on "M*A*S*H," e.g. : LTCOL
4. Two, in Brazil : DOIS
5. Bambi's aunt : ENA
6. Nonexistent : NIL
7. Conductors' places : PODIA
8. Evening, in Emden : ABEND
9. Natural butters : RAMS
10. "Is that ___?" : ANO
11. Agcy. founded to help fight malaria : CDC
12. Lengthy meals? : HEROS
13. Orsk is on it : URAL
14. Poet who wrote the novel "The Fathers" : TATE
15. Brand with a tiger mascot : ESSO
22. Like some onions : SAUTEED
23. Ones associated with wheels and deals : CASINOS
24. Where you may see a bust : ARTSHOW
25. Crybabies : BAWLERS
26. Spell : BOUT
27. Start of a 20 Questions question : ISIT
28. 1948 Chemistry Nobelist Tiselius : ARNE
29. Swirl : EDDY
30. Deflation indicator : SSSS
31. Deceptive play : FAKE
32. Hopped off : ALIT
33. Team with a bridge in its logo : METS
34. Its flag has a big white circle in the middle : LAOS
35. Novelist Packer : ANN
36. Kentucky ___, annual Louisville race : OAKS
42. Really fancy : COVET
43. Is in harmony : JIBES
44. Pass : ENACT
45. Kind of salad : PASTA
46. Lustrous fur : OTTER
47. Dig discovery: Var. : SHERD
48. Lead : CLUE
49. River through Yakutsk : LENA
50. St. Louis bridge designer : EADS
51. Paula of CNN : ZAHN
52. Company : BAND
54. Long intro? : ERE
55. Symphony score abbr. : STR
56. Beyond medical help, for short : DOA
57. Beer holder : TUN

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