New York Times, Saturday, October 30, 2004

Author: Byron Walden
Editor: Will Shortz
Byron Walden
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. What oscillating fans do : THEWAVE
8. Sculptors Nicola and Giovanni : PISANOS
15. Nut's shape : HEXAGON
16. Sourness : ACIDITY
17. Glowing : RADIANT
18. "Recess is over" : RUNONIN
19. Revisions : EDITS
20. First lady ___ McKinley : IDA
22. Beaker : GLASS
23. Make an impression : ETCH
24. Brief layover : STOPOFF
26. Dove's site : COTE
27. Passes up? : ALLEYOOPS
30. Good news from the financial aid office : AWARDLETTER
32. Org. for Agassi and Roddick : ATP
34. Schlepper : TOTER
35. Betelgeuse, for one : MSTAR
37. Like some shows, for short : SRO
38. Hard : IMPERMEABLE
44. Bond supplier : KRAZYGLUE
46. Vault : LEAP
47. Bolshevik opponent : CZARIST
48. Candidate for mummification : INCA
49. "The Philosophy of Right" author : HEGEL
52. Labrador hrs. : AST
53. Tops : BEATS
54. Not identifying with the hoi polloi : ELITIST
56. "Gimme" : IWANTIT
58. Take : REVENUE
59. Having ribs, in anatomy : COSTATE
60. Squared things : AVENGED
61. Bristles : SEESRED
1. Salvador Dali's midair companions, in a famous photo : THREECATS
2. Start out in the morning, perhaps : HEADTOWORK
3. Saddam Hussein, notably : EXDICTATOR
4. "Don't follow me" : WAITHERE
5. Eastern leaders : AGAS
6. Aristocratic name part : VON
7. Warrant : ENTITLE
8. Bridge safety feature : PARAPET
9. Place for preemies, in brief : ICU
10. Number request : SINGFORME
11. 1980 Peace Nobelist ___ Pérez Esquivel : ADOLFO
12. Historic ship : NINA
13. He became famous for holding up cars : OTIS
14. Dict. listings : SYNS
21. Chowderhead : DOLT
24. ___ soda : SAL
25. "___ of little faith ..." : OYE
28. "Love Is a Battlefield" singer, 1983 : PATBENATAR
29. Hanging, of a sort : STALACTITE
31. Slightly unpleasant, as weather : DRIZZLING
33. How some wallpaper comes : PREPASTED
36. Projecting parts : SALIENTS
39. One-named singer seen in "Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights" : MYA
40. Suitable for almost everyone : PGRATED
41. Elm City students : ELIS
42. Country folk : RUSTICS
43. Brave opponent : MET
45. Winning blackjack holding : ACETEN
49. "Ox-eyed lady" in the "Iliad" : HERA
50. Hiker's stat. : ELEV
51. Buckle : GIVE
53. Resting place : BASE
55. Good name for a lawyer? : SUE
57. Blue state? : WOE

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