New York Times, Friday, December 30, 2005

Author: David Liben-Nowell
Editor: Will Shortz
David Liben-Nowell
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Liben-Nowell. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Where one might be rushed : FRATHOUSE
10. Engages in violent practices? : SPARS
15. Getting there : INTRANSIT
16. Like some currents : TIDAL
17. Elite military group : NAVYSEALS
18. Legend, e.g. : ACURA
19. Intensely excited : ABOIL
20. It's just above a foot : ANKLET
21. Bank abbr. : APR
24. Union land: Abbr. : EUR
25. Sugar and salt, commonly : SOLUTES
26. Service collection : TEASET
28. Possible antibiotic target : STREP
29. "Hit it!" : BEGIN
30. Part of a sultry look : POUTYLIPS
34. "Flash Gordon" cartoonist ___ Raymond : ALEX
35. ___ profit : TURNA
36. Subject preceder : INRE
37. Banking assessor, perhaps : TESTPILOT
39. One way to microwave : ONLOW
40. Long-distance calls? : YELLS
41. Record-keeping aid : SLEEVE
42. Science students' costs : LABFEES
45. Lord's Prayer adjective : THY
46. Director Demme : TED
47. Debuggers' discoveries : ERRORS
48. Does some curling : PERMS
50. "Do ___?" : IDARE
51. Extraordinary communicators : TELEPATHS
55. Some change : CENTS
56. Supped : ATEDINNER
57. Some male dolls : ANDYS
58. Hot shots? : SEXSCENES
1. Ray extension : FIN
2. Stranded messenger? : RNA
3. Safari transport, briefly : ATV
4. ___ sample : TRYA
5. Dinosaur, so to speak : HASBEEN
6. "Two to go" situation : ONEOUT
7. Major company renamed in 1997 : USAIR
8. Place for a houseplant : SILL
9. G.R.E. distributor : ETS
10. Cup of ice? : STANLEY
11. Wolf's delivery : PICKUPLINE
12. Like 58-Across : ADULT
13. ___ show, at a carnival : RAREE
14. Blind parts : SLATS
20. Outbound vessel : AORTA
21. Up : ATBAT
22. "The Arraignment of Paris" playwright : PEELE
23. Blows up : RAGES
25. Double execution? : STUNT
27. Almost even : SIXTYFORTY
28. George who wrote "The Bubble of American Supremacy" : SOROS
30. Withdraws : PULLS
31. Arm : INLET
32. Show : PROVE
33. Wrapped (up) : SEWED
35. Some game pieces : TILES
38. Lady, e.g. : PEERESS
39. Kind of gold : OLYMPIC
41. Tattered condition : SHREDS
42. Big maker of binoculars : LEICA
43. "As You Like It" setting : ARDEN
44. A store might have its own : BRAND
45. Old message system : TELEX
48. Ex-governor of California ___ Wilson : PETE
49. Undisturbed? : SANE
51. Classroom assignments?: Abbr. : TAS
52. Spike TV, once : TNN
53. Snicker part : HEE
54. Namesakes, sometimes: Abbr. : SRS

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