New York Times, Saturday, November 15, 2003

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 30 Missing: {QXZ} Spans: 3, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 57 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Like William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy : JEWISH
7. Facing : TOWARDS
14. Showed : EVINCED
16. Mental pictures : IMAGERY
17. Its logo is a rearing horse : FERRARI
18. Early 19th-century invention named after a Scottish engineer : MACADAM
19. Sponge : FREELOADER
21. Puts out, say : TAGS
22. Craft : VESSEL
23. Make one : WED
24. Neuwirth who won a Tony for "Chicago" : BEBE
27. Bills : CASH
29. Mag. subscription units : MOS
32. One up at all hours? : ETERNALOPTIMIST
37. 1954 Akira Kurosawa classic : THESEVENSAMURAI
38. Become the focus : TAKECENTERSTAGE
39. Plymouth-to-London dir. : ENE
40. Plymouth Reliant, for one : KCAR
41. Some home-brew : ALES
42. 1997 U.S. Open winner : ELS
44. Frank : HONEST
48. "Holy moly!" : YIPE
50. Noted Chopin compositions : POLONAISES
54. Certain electrode : EMITTER
56. Hotel room furniture : ARMOIRE
57. Boastful wannabe : TINHORN
58. Popular baked confection that originated in Chattanooga : MOONPIE
59. Stage persona : INGENUE
60. Egypt's Lake ___ : NASSER
1. Diminutive Bud Fisher cartoon character : JEFF
2. "Boy, do I ___!" : EVER
3. Conductor : WIRE
4. Ready to go back : INREVERSE
5. Nothing special paywise : SCALE
6. Subs : HEROS
7. Having an extended opening? : TIMELAPSE
8. "Lion of the Desert" role : OMAR
9. "Never Wave at a ___" (1952 film comedy) : WAC
10. Rock with bands : AGATE
11. Butterfly whose larvae feed on nettles : REDADMIRAL
12. Downer : DRAG
13. Sylvia of jazz : SYMS
15. Calendario parts : DIAS
20. Liberalize : DECONTROL
23. Inexplicable impulses : WHIMS
24. Noted Davis : BETTE
25. Novelist Canin : ETHAN
26. Occupation involving many workers : BEEKEEPING
28. Common flag symbol : STAR
30. ___ orange : OSAGE
31. Farm structures : STIES
33. Sunburn sites : NECKS
34. Paul Valéry's "La soirée ___ M. Teste" : AVEC
35. Cotton Club notable : LENAHORNE
36. Evolutionary shifts : MUTATIONS
43. River of Hades : LETHE
45. Hebrew name meaning "sweetness" : NOAM
46. Bad company? : ENRON
47. The Navigator Islands, today : SAMOA
48. Elusive subject : YETI
49. "Sounds good to me!" : IMIN
50. Conquistador's locale : PERU
51. Tastes : SIPS
52. Fort ___, Ont. : ERIE
53. Vision expert : SEER
55. Lot : TON

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