New York Times, Saturday, November 27, 2004

Author: Byron Walden
Editor: Will Shortz
Byron Walden
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 3, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 15 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Song that can have up to 176 verses : PSALM
6. Home of the Shah Faisal Mosque : ISLAMABAD
15. Completely dominated, in slang : OWNED
16. Popular hip-hop magazine : THESOURCE
17. Some dresses : MIDIS
18. Alternative to French fries : TATERTOTS
19. Kind of manual : STYLE
20. 1959 hit song set on "a tragic and fateful day" : MTA
21. "Enough! You've convinced me!" : OKOK
22. Chinese brew : CHA
23. Stickers : GLUES
25. Lincoln and Kennedy, e.g.: Abbr. : SENS
26. "Got it!" : AHA
27. "___ see" : SOI
28. Sneaky Pete ingredient : RYE
30. Tip : THROWOFFBALANCE
37. Modern legal proceeding : VIDEODEPOSITION
38. Shipping item : STYROFOAMPEANUT
39. Cross of gold, perhaps : PEN
40. Cartoonist Keane : BIL
41. Athlete nicknamed "The Big Easy" : ELS
42. Capital near the port of Callao : LIMA
46. It can put you in your place : LEASE
48. Spray distributor : FTD
49. West Coast sch. : UCAL
50. Quick flight : LAM
51. 1993 Aerosmith hit : CRYIN
53. Home, to TV's Clampetts : CALIFORNY
56. Dirección from Mexicali to Tijuana : OESTE
57. Like Orville Redenbacher, typically : INABOWTIE
58. "Oil" : BRIBE
59. Performance by one whose career is taking off : STRIPSHOW
60. Popular H.S. class : SEXED
1. Brits, to Aussies : POMS
2. Face challenges left and right? : SWITCHHIT
3. Popular character introduced in 1937's "A Family Affair" : ANDYHARDY
4. Bizet opera priestess : LEILA
5. Invoice itemization: Abbr. : MDSE
6. Inits. in the Fortune 500 : ITT
7. The ___ Adventure, at SeaWorld : SHAMU
8. Dangerous postings : LETTERBOMBS
9. Like falling off a log : ASEASYASPIE
10. W. Sahara neighbor : MOR
11. Jam ingredients : AUTOS
12. Went past : BROKE
13. Use as impetus : ACTON
14. Some Chippendales : DESKS
23. Decent sorts : GOODFELLOWS
24. Theorized result of comet bombardment : LIFEONEARTH
26. They go by the wayside : ATVS
27. SWAT operation : SWOOP
29. Eero pop? : ELIEL
31. Anthem preposition : OER
32. "The Conning Tower" columnist's inits. : FPA
33. ___ minimum : ATA
34. Onetime Saab model : NINETYSIX
35. "Am I dreaming?" : COULDITBE
36. Some A.M.A. members : ENTS
42. Anno ___ (in the Year of Light) : LUCIS
43. Defeatist's sentiment : ICANT
44. Cheek-related : MALAR
45. Saving yarn? : ALIBI
47. Obstetrician's job : AMNIO
48. Jacques, for one : FRERE
51. They're all ears : COBS
52. "No ___" : NEED
54. Dandy : FOP
55. Churchyard tree in "Romeo and Juliet" : YEW

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