New York Times, Friday, October 27, 2006

Author: David Bunker
Editor: Will Shortz
David Bunker
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 27 Missing: {W} This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Bunker. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "King Kong" co-star, 2005 : JACKBLACK
10. Magazine subtitled "The Horse Owner's Resource" : EQUUS
15. Son or daughter, usually : INHERITOR
16. Aachen appetizer : SUPPE
17. Fictional king with an enormous appetite : GARGANTUA
18. "Passion" actress, 1919 : NEGRI
19. It had "three deuces and a four-speed and a 389," in song : GTO
20. Yachting event : SEARACE
22. Thousandth of a yen : RIN
23. Has a yen : LONGS
25. Showy : GALA
26. One hanging around the house : EAVE
27. Napoleon biographer Ludwig : EMIL
28. Maker of a small purchase, sarcastically : BIGSPENDER
30. Buttonwood : SYCAMORE
32. Bakery gizmos : ICERS
33. Fire : ZEAL
34. Writer Jaffe : RONA
36. Like some antes : UPPED
39. Arboriculturist : FORESTER
43. "The Fearless Vampire Killers" actress : SHARONTATE
46. First name in design : EERO
47. More than plenty : TONS
48. Claptrap : BOSH
49. Turkish province or its capital : ADANA
50. Some income: Abbr. : INT
51. Unfair : PARTIAL
53. Opened : LED
54. "Dilemma" rapper : NELLY
56. Superlatively stout : PORTLIEST
58. Newsman Roger : ONEIL
59. Fiancée, say : INAMORATA
60. Popularity : VOGUE
61. Operation in 1998 news : DESERTFOX
1. Shakes : JIGGLES
2. All the things you are : ANATOMY
3. Prolonged : CHRONIC
4. It's tapped : KEG
5. Chutzpah : BRASS
6. Propositional phrase? : LINE
7. Cry to an obedient dog, maybe : ATTAGIRL
8. Heart : COURAGE
9. African livestock pens : KRAALS
10. Feudal worker : ESNE
11. Lab. neighbor : QUE
12. Better model : UPGRADE
13. Opposite the current : UPRIVER
14. Some fishing boats : SEINERS
21. It's often put on backward : CAP
24. Bakery gizmos : GLAZERS
26. Protected : ENCASED
28. Campy wear : BOA
29. A single, in Stuttgart : EINE
31. "Love ___" (1964 hit) : MEDO
34. Contributions to them are not tax-deductible : ROTHIRAS
35. It may have a lead part : ORE
36. "Memed My Hawk" director and star, 1984 : USTINOV
37. Cell assignment: Abbr. : PHONENO
38. What a toddler might pull : PANTLEG
39. What a scammer might pull : FASTONE
40. Brewed bit : TEALEAF
41. Former Mexican president Zedillo : ERNESTO
42. Drivers' duty : ROADTAX
44. Its members may be seen traveling: Abbr. : NBA
45. Sluggish : TORPID
49. ___ nothing : ALLOR
51. 1944 Pulitzer correspondent : PYLE
52. "Look ___!" : ATME
55. N.Y.C. school : LIU
57. N.Y.C. subway : IRT

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