New York Times, Saturday, November 19, 2005

Author: Byron Walden
Editor: Will Shortz
Byron Walden
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 30 Missing: {CKQ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 29 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Pudding content? : THEPROOF
9. Unlikeliest to be bought : LAMEST
15. Smoothly added throughout : WOVEINTO
16. Emmy winner for "Tuesdays With Morrie" : AZARIA
17. Costume party comment : OHITSYOU
18. Houses named for a house : TUDORS
19. Medieval fighter : POLEAXER
20. Prepares the board : ERASES
21. Relig. title : MSGR
22. Former Argentine president Carlos : MENEM
24. Ribbonlike marine plant : EELGRASS
28. Place close to Sundance : ETTA
32. Decorate, as a pumpkin : HANDPAINT
34. Employ : EXERT
35. One vote in the European Union : OUI
36. Inflatable exercise aid : GYMBALL
38. Y beneficiary : SON
39. Where the Germans sank their own freighter, the Antilla, in W.W. II : ARUBA
41. Signals : MOTIONSTO
43. Latin for "scraped" : RASA
44. ___ Springfield (town eponym on "The Simpsons") : JEBEDIAH
45. Heavy footsteps : THUDS
47. O and W, e.g. : MAGS
50. Mustang braking system? : LASSOS
53. Stymie the feds, in a way : LAWYERUP
57. "How could you say such a thing?!" : IMHURT
58. Its capital was once Gondar : ETHIOPIA
59. System of continuous revolution : MAOISM
60. From the bottom of one's heart : DEEPFELT
61. Prince Siegfried's love, in ballet : ODETTE
62. Unchains : SETSFREE
1. Soap slot, maybe : TWOPM
2. Rolled snacks : HOHOS
3. Professor Moriarty, for one : EVILGENIUS
4. Diminished, with "out" : PETERED
5. Laughter, in La Mancha : RISA
6. It might make a cameo appearance : ONYX
7. Oklahoma people : OTOE
8. Vehicles used by pushers : FOURMANBOBSLEDS
9. Gets dark : LATENS
10. "Main" color in "Rule, Britannia" : AZURE
11. 1966 Lana Turner melodrama : MADAMEX
12. London statue originally called the Shaftesbury Monument : EROS
13. Beget : SIRE
14. Red ink source? : TASS
23. It may be planned : ESTATE
25. Evian Masters org. : LPGA
26. John who wrote "She who has never lov'd, has never liv'd" : GAY
27. Having an edge : RIMMED
29. "Tender Mercies" actress : TESSHARPER
30. Bring (out) : TROT
31. Chem. datum : ATNO
32. Cold cover : HOAR
33. A celebrity might be bathed in one : AURA
34. Vegetarian people of fiction : ELOI
37. Maximum : LID
40. Wayne duds : BATSUIT
42. Enumerate : NAMEOFF
44. "No one else" : JUSTME
46. German president Köhler : HORST
48. Trait of Iago : GUILE
49. Rush : SPATE
50. Bar locale : LIMO
51. "Diary of ___ Black Woman" (2005 film) : AMAD
52. Dealing box, in blackjack : SHOE
54. Have down to ___ : ATEE
55. Stimulate : WHET
56. Sounds at pounds : YIPS

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