New York Times, Saturday, November 11, 2006

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 26 Missing: {FJKVXZ} This is puzzle # 111 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. They might be protected by an 8-Across : RABBITS
8. See 1-Across : GAMELAW
15. Sites for small schools : AQUARIA
16. Like rubble, often : INAPILE
17. Kind of grape : SULTANA
18. Where Marat was murdered : BATHTUB
19. Associate : PARTNER
20. Haunted house worker's job : SCARING
21. One may get pins and needles : ETUI
22. Flowering plant with two seed leaves : DICOT
24. "As I Lay Dying" father : ANSE
25. Up : RISEN
27. Editor Talese : NAN
28. "___ where it hurts!" : HITEM
29. German chancellor after Kohl : SCHRODER
31. Tabloid fodder : RUMORS
32. Villain : MENACER
34. Villain : BADMAN
38. Ones in hip joints? : COOLCATS
43. Curtain shades : ECRUS
44. Indicator of canonización : SAN
45. Trunk coverer : SHIRT
46. "Take heed ___ any man deceive you": Mark 13:5 : LEST
47. Good : TASTY
49. Mars: Prefix : AREO
50. It may be a bear to throw down : AREARUG
52. 1984 movie with the tag line "It's 4 a.m., do you know where your car is?" : REPOMAN
54. Google company : YOUTUBE
55. Varnish material : ACETATE
56. People described by Josephus : ESSENES
57. Classic R & B tune that inspired the "stroll" dance craze : CCRIDER
58. Ice, e.g. : DESSERT
59. Appropriately named band with the 1984 hit "Drive" : THECARS
1. Some laryngitis sufferers : RASPERS
2. Marine, maybe : AQUATIC
3. Member of the sedge family : BULRUSH
4. Less together : BATTIER
5. Home of the Zagros Mountains : IRAN
6. Like antlers : TINED
7. St. Louis Arch designer : SAARINEN
8. Big name in guitars : GIBSON
9. "It's all ___" : ANACT
10. First name in espionage : MATA
11. Biblical kingdom of the Hebrews : EPHRAIM
12. Slammed : LITINTO
13. 1970-71 winner in Johnny Lightning : ALUNSER
14. "Baseball Tonight" segment featuring the day's best defensive plays : WEBGEMS
23. Simón Bolívar's birthplace : CARACAS
26. Spanish uncle? : NOMAS
28. Projects : HURLS
30. Hangout : DEN
31. Flying Cloud of autodom : REO
33. Term paper? : CONTRACT
34. Secured while rock climbing : BELAYED
35. Needlelike : ACEROSE
36. "The King's Stilts" author, 1939 : DRSEUSS
37. Changes : MUTATES
39. All over the place : CHAOTIC
40. Fleet of warplanes : AIRMADA
41. Sugar daddy, e.g. : TREATER
42. Jam band fans, stereotypically : STONERS
44. Like the best advice : SAGEST
47. Arrowroot, e.g. : TUBER
48. "Ugh!" : YECCH
51. Something written in stone : RUNE
53. ___ Noël : PERE

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