New York Times, Friday, November 2, 2007

Author: Barry C. Silk
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry C. Silk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 33 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 17 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. He had a hit with "The Joint Is Jumpin'" : FATSWALLER
11. Signs of neglect : WEBS
15. First #1 hit by the Beach Boys : IGETAROUND
16. Like the sea : AQUA
17. City on the Transcontinental Railroad : RENONEVADA
18. Some people have it for life : LUST
19. Not do the rite thing? : ELOPE
20. Requests for developers: Abbr. : ENLS
21. Taylor of "Mystic Pizza" : LILI
22. Some cabbage : FINS
23. Dwell : BIDE
24. Much : FAR
25. With 52- and 39-Across, gradually : ONE
26. Potentate : DYNAST
28. One of a primer pair : JANE
29. They're not originals : XEROXES
31. Materials used as inert paint fillers : SILEXES
33. Best people : WIN
34. El relative : LOS
35. Whole slew of : ZILLION
39. See 25-Across : ATATIME
43. Premium chargers, briefly : HMOS
44. Like a well-maintained lawn : WEEDED
46. Discriminatory leader? : NON
47. What "y" might become : IES
48. Driver on a ranch : PROD
49. It's found in a chest : LUNG
50. Fermentation locations : VATS
52. See 25-Across : STEP
53. 19th-century territorial capital : SITKA
54. Organs are located in it: Abbr. : ANAT
55. Block head? : AUCTIONEER
57. Delivery possibility : GIRL
58. Committed a sports no-no : INTERFERED
59. Due and sei : OTTO
60. Succulent African shrub popular as a bonsai : DESERTROSE
1. Internet Explorer alternative : FIREFOX
2. Facial feature, later in life : AGELINE
3. Carpenter, at times : TENONER
4. They're located on organs : STOPS
5. Draw to a close : WANE
6. It may come after you : ARE
7. Hippie happenings : LOVEINS
8. African city of 2.5+ million founded by the Portuguese : LUANDA
9. Infinite : ENDLESS
10. Food figs. : RDAS
11. Hanging setting : WALL
12. Big name in credit reports : EQUIFAX
13. Greyhounds may run in it : BUSLANE
14. Wilde things? : SATIRES
23. "See ya!" : BYENOW
26. Year of St. Genevieve's death : DXII
27. Pitching : TILTED
28. Fun : JEST
30. They're known for head-turning : OWLS
32. Basketful : LOAD
35. Fictional doctor : ZHIVAGO
36. "This is no joke!" : IMEANIT
37. Letter writing, some say : LOSTART
38. It was first observed in 1846 : NEPTUNE
39. One taken in : ADOPTEE
40. Like some surgery : INUTERO
41. Group that starred in the 1968 film "Head," with "the" : MONKEES
42. Match-starting cry : ENGARDE
45. Establishes : ERECTS
49. Challenge for a shortstop : LINER
51. Target of heavy W.W. II bombing, 1944 : STLO
52. "That ___ ..." : SAID
53. Comfortable : SOFT
56. Discount designation: Abbr. : IRR

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