New York Times, Friday, November 18, 2005

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 28 Missing: {QX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 224 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Alpha particle emitter : RADIUM
7. Admitted guilt for : PLEDTO
13. Slips : ERRATA
14. Not for real : ILLUSORY
16. Fenced-in area : STALAG
17. Mrs. Lovett's pastries in "Sweeney Todd" : MEATPIES
18. Letters at a launch : USS
19. Jelly Roll Morton genre : HOTJAZZ
21. "Gimme ___!" : DAT
22. First name in spydom : MATA
24. Big wheel at a supermarket? : GOUDA
25. 1970's baseball All-Star ___ Colbert : NATE
26. "I Still See ___" ("Paint Your Wagon" song) : ELISA
28. Wall St. market, briefly : ASE
29. Broadcast network : AIRER
30. B team : SECONDSTRINGERS
33. Unattached : FOOTLOOSE
34. Jitters : ABUNDLEOFNERVES
40. Mode of travel pointed in two directions : CANOE
41. New Testament book: Abbr. : ROM
42. Be still, at sea : LIETO
43. Sticking point? : CRAW
44. Cornball : HOKEY
46. Organ teacher's field: Abbr. : ANAT
47. It's tied in back : OBI
48. They're made by running water : RAVINES
50. Tognazzi of "La Cage aux Folles" : UGO
51. Headphone wearers : RADIOMEN
53. Tries to get the hard-to-get : CHASES
55. It may be French or Italian, but not German : DRESSING
56. Latin word usually abbreviated with a single letter : CETERA
57. Whipper-snapper? : SADIST
58. Admiral at Guadalcanal, 1943 : HALSEY
1. A lot of copy shop business : RESUMES
2. Discount oil source : ARTSALE
3. Far-reaching : DRASTIC
4. Suffix with different : IAL
5. Where I-15 and I-70 cross : UTAH
6. Land with a cavalry in Ezekiel : MAGOG
7. Fountain locale : PLAZA
8. Leap for Lipinski : LUTZ
9. Special gift : ESP
10. Hesitant question : DOIDARE
11. Popular diner : TREATER
12. Bar offerings : OYSTERS
14. Response to a sales clerk : IMJUSTLOOKING
15. Take-charge kind of guy : LEADEROFMEN
20. Handy kitchen cooker : TOASTEROVEN
23. Currently : ASOFNOW
25. Home of Literature Nobelist Wole Soyinka : NIGERIA
27. Cell part : ANODE
29. An Adams : ANSEL
31. Currency board abbr. : DOL
32. One may get bonded : ION
34. Agreements : ACCORDS
35. English novelist Pym : BARBARA
36. Without help : UNAIDED
37. Beautiful women : VENUSES
38. Knickknack holder : ETAGERE
39. In other words : SOTOSAY
44. Emote, with "up" : HAMIT
45. "That's disgusting!" : YECCH
48. Famed sewer : ROSS
49. Big Apple park : SHEA
52. "Woe ___" (classic book for "grammarphobes") : ISI
54. Natl. League city : ATL

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