New York Times, Thursday, November 3, 2005

Author: Byron Walden
Editor: Will Shortz
Byron Walden
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JKQWZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 28 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Kind of gun : CAP
4. Catalyzing subatomic particles : MUONS
9. Singe : CHAR
13. Father of octuplets on "The Simpsons" : APU
14. Picture to carry around? : MENTALIMAGE
16. Knock over : ROB
17. Clowns' wear : RUBBERNOSES
18. Pipe fitting : ELL
19. O.T. book : ISA
20. It has many pages : SENATE
21. Skull and Bones member, e.g. : ELI
22. Receivers of manumission : SERFS
25. Dobbin's "right" : GEE
26. Cape ___, Portugal (continental Europe's westernmost point) : ROCA
28. Pocket filler : AIR
30. Link : BOND
31. Flashlight backup : EXTRABATTERY
36. Title for this puzzle : DIVIDEDCAPITALS
40. Brunch option : DENVEROMELET
41. About : INRE
44. "___ I Can Make It on My Own" (Tammy Wynette #1 hit) : TIL
45. Grade schooler's reward : STAR
46. German pronoun : SIE
47. Animal that can be ridden : LLAMA
51. Soprano Marton : EVA
52. Not tied up, as funds : INCASH
56. Ring of plumerias : LEI
57. Like Duroc hogs : RED
58. Leader in sports : TEAMMANAGER
61. Put the kibosh on : END
62. Makeup carrier : MASCARACASE
63. Set : GEL
64. CPR deliverers : EMTS
65. Wedding reception party? : EMCEE
66. Emerson's "___ to Beauty" : ODE
1. Rushed headlong : CAREERED
2. Mission commemorated on the back of the Eisenhower dollar coin : APOLLOXI
3. Subject of annual Congressional budget debate : PUBLICTV
4. ___-Argonne offensive of W.W. I : MEUSE
5. Open, in a way : UNBAR
6. Gambling inits. : OTB
7. Highlands negative : NAE
8. Camera types, for short : SLRS
9. "Shake a leg!" : CMON
10. Takes one's turn : HASAGO
11. Threshold for the Vienna Boys' Choir : AGETEN
12. Switch in the tournament schedule, maybe : RESEED
14. Scans ordered by M.D.'s : MRIS
15. Suffix with glass : INE
23. Adipocyte : FATCELL
24. Fretted instrument : SITAR
27. Words with thumb or bum : ARIDE
29. Car making a return trip? : REPO
30. Storage units : BYTES
32. Sweet drink : ADE
33. Like staples : BENT
34. Tylenol alternative : ADVIL
35. Canyon area : RIM
37. Holmes to Conan Doyle, e.g. : ALTEREGO
38. Like soda crackers : LEAVENED
39. Not choose one side or the other : STRADDLE
41. Lead-in to a questionable opinion : ISITME
42. Two bells in the forenoon watch : NINEAM
43. Freshly worded : RECAST
48. Pool problem : ALGAE
49. Reagan attorney general : MEESE
50. Leeds's river : AIRE
53. Gremlins and others, for short : AMCS
54. Little, in Leith : SMA
55. "A Wild ___" (cartoon in which Bugs Bunny first says "What's up, Doc?") : HARE
59. 60's war zone : NAM
60. U. of Md. is in it : ACC

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