New York Times, Friday, November 21, 2008

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 62, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FJXZ} This is puzzle # 115 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Paid, with "up" : PONIED
7. Garden pests in Harry Potter books : GNOMES
13. Authorize : ENABLE
14. Greeting in Granada : QUEPASA
15. 1950 #1 hit for the Ames Brothers : RAGMOP
16. Bedlamites : LUNATICS
17. Hush-hush org. : NSA
18. Least welcoming : ICIEST
20. "Am I an idiot!" : DOH
21. ___ buco : OSSO
23. Brain part : LOBE
24. Possible response to name-calling? : HERE
25. Gauge part : DIAL
26. They affect one's constitution : AMENDMENTS
29. Scottish dog breed : SKYETERRIER
31. "Go ahead with your proposal" : IMLISTENING
33. Unmentionable : PANTYGIRDLE
35. What jack-in-the-boxes do : SPRINGOPEN
38. Word of dismay : OOPS
40. Singer/songwriter Gilmore : THEA
41. Table game with paddles, slangily : PONG
42. Holder of spectacles : NOSE
43. Relig. title : REV
44. Means : WEALTH
46. Neither high nor low : MID
47. Small and insignificant : ONEHORSE
49. King who had an audience with Pope Leo I : ATTILA
52. Projecting windows : DORMERS
53. Pay the bills with : LIVEON
54. Print up? : EMBOSS
55. Doesn't repeat one's mistake : LEARNS
1. Clear liqueur : PERNOD
2. Billionaire who bought the Greek island Skorpios : ONASSIS
3. "Madame Butterfly" setting : NAGASAKI
4. Co. whose employees have won four Nobel Prizes : IBM
5. "Telephone Line" band, briefly : ELO
6. Removing hair from, as the body : DEPILATING
7. They're held by stocks : GUNS
8. Bar request : NEAT
9. Show a preference : OPT
10. Horse that has never won a race : MAIDEN
11. Conduct : ESCORT
12. Military uniform accouterments : SASHES
14. Title assumed by Margaret Tudor in 1513 : QUEENREGENT
16. Symbol of dissent against British rule : LIBERTYPOLE
19. Transpires : COMESTOPASS
22. State capital with just 42,000 people : OLYMPIA
24. William ___, law partner of Abraham Lincoln : HERNDON
27. Campus gathering place : DININGHALL
28. Russian-born Israeli leader : MEIR
30. Dash : ELAN
32. Not as bright : GLOOMIER
34. Electromotive force symbol : EPSILON
35. Moved with authority : STRODE
36. Prodigy : PHENOM
37. Label on an amplifier knob : REVERB
39. Civics, e.g. : SEDANS
44. Things to worry about : WOES
45. Guesses wrong : ERRS
48. Grp. that charges premiums : HMO
50. ___ fighter ("Star Wars" ship) : TIE
51. Corp. created by F.D.R. : TVA

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