New York Times, Friday, November 11, 2005

Author: Eric Berlin
Editor: Will Shortz
Eric Berlin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {FJQV} This is puzzle # 20 for Mr. Berlin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Journalist's get : SCOOP
6. South extension : ERN
9. Jerk : SCHMO
14. Participants get a kick out of it : CONGA
15. Eastern path : TAO
16. Worcester university : CLARK
17. Last word? : ADIEU
18. Workout follower : HOTSHOWER
20. Alpha Orionis : BETELGEUSE
22. Stamp of approval? : USDA
23. Like some potatoes or oysters : SCALLOPED
25. 112.5° : ESE
28. Commuting choices : ELS
29. Bloody Mary sings it : BALIHAI
33. $10,000,000 award won in 2004 for successful private space flight : XPRIZE
35. Old treasure transporters : GALLEONS
36. "Alias" character Derevko : IRINA
37. Taken : HAD
38. "Behold, the people ___": Genesis 11:6 : ISONE
39. Officially approved : LICENSED
41. R & B singer Phillips : ESTHER
42. C2H5OH : ETHANOL
43. ___ juris : SUI
44. Dismiss : AXE
45. Indemnify : REIMBURSE
48. Neighbor of Slough : ETON
51. "A Confession" author : LEOTOLSTOY
55. Very big one : SUPERSTAR
57. Bracketed material : ASIDE
58. Very big : OBESE
59. Temporal stretch : ERA
60. Air Force Ones, e.g. : NIKES
61. Canonized Catalan : SANTO
62. One with drill skill: Abbr. : DDS
63. Voltaire's faith : DEISM
1. Evidence of injury : SCAB
2. Computer programmer's work : CODE
3. Tending to the matter : ONIT
4. Some moldings : OGEES
5. Pablo Picasso's "one and only master" : PAULCEZANNE
6. A Rosenberg and others : ETHELS
7. "The Thief of Baghdad" director Walsh : RAOUL
8. Fair : NOTSOBAD
9. Jr.'s place : SCH
10. Most gray, in a way : CLOUDIEST
11. Equivocates : HAWS
12. Noted member of a Hollywood stable : MRED
13. Food that may be pickled : OKRA
19. Perianth part : SEPAL
21. It might make waves : GALE
24. Ferry destination from Liberty State Park : ELLISISLAND
25. Drive out, in a way : EXILE
26. Sail extender : SPRIT
27. Novelist Remarque : ERICH
30. Flutter : HOOHA
31. Incorporate : ANNEX
32. River near Albertville : ISERE
34. Seriously : INEARNEST
35. Flit : GAD
37. Ready for battle, say : HELMETED
40. Agronomists' study : SOILS
41. Prefix with pop : EURO
43. Hindu precepts : SUTRAS
46. Word after cutting and running : BOARD
47. "Ah, Wilderness!" mother : ESSIE
48. Those caballeros : ESOS
49. One with a big bell : TUBA
50. Crack ___ : OPEN
52. Polynesian carving : TIKI
53. Some tributes : ODES
54. Backwoods assent : YESM
56. Hudson contemporary : REO

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