New York Times, Friday, November 5, 2004

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 28 Missing: {JQYZ} Spans: 4 Grid has super symmetry This is puzzle # 206 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Remove plumbic traces from : DELEAD
7. "So what ___?!" : IFITIS
13. Language from which "jute" comes : BENGALI
14. Causes of modern shutdowns : VIRUSES
16. Phillips, for one : ANTACID
17. Strange imports : EXOTICA
18. See 31-Down : LEE
19. Subject of a license : HANDGUN
21. First-rate, slangily : DEF
22. Come about : TURN
24. Sharpener : STROP
25. Ore store : LODE
26. Green on the outside? : IVIED
28. Rummy : SOT
29. Saddle ___ : SORES
30. Tony New York City address : CENTRALPARKWEST
33. Out to scout : GONEAHEAD
34. Western news source : LOSANGELESTIMES
40. "What's in ___?" : ANAME
41. Carrier to Karachi : PIA
42. It may be blessed : EVENT
43. Prefix with pictures : TELE
44. "Not a problem" : CANDO
46. First name in courtroom fiction : ERLE
47. German 101 verb : IST
48. Fix, as a rug : REWEAVE
50. "Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-___" (lullaby) : RAL
51. Spurs : STIMULI
53. Back up : CONFIRM
55. Perseveres : HANGSIN
56. State north of Mexico City : HIDALGO
57. Look for again : RESEEK
58. Gertrude ___, the first woman to swim the English Channel : EDERLE
1. Actress once featured in ads for Chanel No. 5 : DENEUVE
2. Type, redundantly : ENTERIN
3. N.Y.C. airport : LGA
4. Not altogether : EACH
5. Chevalier de Seingalt, for Casanova : ALIAS
6. Tossed all night : DIDNTSLEEPAWINK
7. "Not now ..." : IVEGOTAHEADACHE
8. Arrange a date for : FIXUP
9. Flatten, in a way : IRON
10. Bit of reproach : TUT
11. St. ___ of Seville, author of the encyclopedia Etymologiae : ISIDORE
12. Pulls out : SECEDES
13. Cheap rental in Monopoly : BALTIC
15. Least vulnerable : SAFEST
20. Write ... or go fishing? : DROPALINE
23. Challenging tennis play : NETGAME
25. Beginner's pool feat : LOWDIVE
27. Hum, e.g. : DRONE
29. Skim the surface? : SKATE
31. With 18-Across, "Sense and Sensibility" director : ANG
32. Hi-___ : RES
34. Not exactly on time : LATISH
35. Kind of general : ONESTAR
36. Chowder go-with : SALTINE
37. Charles who co-founded a brokerage : MERRILL
38. Double or triple, say : ENLARGE
39. Protector of sailors, by tradition : STELMO
44. "The Color Purple" woman : CELIE
45. Roundish : OVOID
48. Subterfuge : RUSE
49. Frankfurt finale : ENDE
52. Classic sports cars : MGS
54. Extreme : FAR

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