New York Times, Friday, February 5, 2010

Author: Joe Krozel
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe Krozel
TotalDebutLatestCollabs
817/7/20067/18/201514
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
4147202421
ScrabbleRebusCirclePangram
1.47054

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 64, Blocks: 19 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 8, (4 double stacks) Average word length: 6.44 This is puzzle # 32 for Mr. Krozel. NYT links: Across Lite

1
T
2
E
3
A
4
T
5
R
6
O
7
S
8
W
9
E
10
D
11
I
12
D
13
I
14
T
15
O
N
C
E
I
N
A
16
L
I
F
E
T
I
M
E
17
S
T
R
E
E
T
M
U
S
I
C
I
A
N
S
18
S
E
O
U
L
19
O
P
E
L
S
20
L
O
T
21
I
N
S
P
22
A
V
O
T
E
23
A
S
T
I
24
N
T
S
25
A
D
A
N
O
26
R
U
N
I
N
27
G
E
T
28
T
H
E
R
E
29
B
O
R
I
N
G
30
C
H
A
M
P
S
31
B
R
Y
A
N
T
32
G
O
E
S
A
T
33
L
O
O
K
S
E
E
34
S
35
O
R
B
E
D
36
S
A
Y
T
O
37
O
R
I
38
O
D
O
R
39
R
E
T
C
H
40
I
N
E
S
41
D
I
R
42
R
O
L
E
O
43
A
N
E
S
T
44
M
A
D
45
E
A
M
E
N
T
46
A
L
N
O
T
E
47
E
L
E
P
H
A
N
T
T
R
A
I
N
E
R
48
N
E
R
I
S
S
A
49
S
C
R
E
E
D
S
© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Mexican play places : TEATROS
8. Cry of accomplishment : WEDIDIT
15. Very rarely indeed : ONCEINALIFETIME
17. They're often tipped on sidewalks : STREETMUSICIANS
18. Home of Samsung Tower Palace : SEOUL
19. Astra and Antara : OPELS
20. Often-improved thing : LOT
21. P.D. rank : INSP
22. "Let's take ___" : AVOTE
23. Italian province or its capital : ASTI
24. Windows options : NTS
25. Title town in a 1945 Pulitzer-winning novel : ADANO
26. Drop by quickly : RUNIN
27. Arrive : GETTHERE
29. [Yawn!] : BORING
30. They may get belted : CHAMPS
31. Lane in a mall : BRYANT
32. Charges : GOESAT
33. Quick surveys : LOOKSEES
35. "O naked Moon full-___!": Browning : ORBED
36. Tell : SAYTO
37. "... ___ will!" : ORI
38. Podiatric problem : ODOR
39. Heave : RETCH
40. Spanish conquistadora ___ de Suárez : INES
41. Mgmt. member : DIR
42. Loggers' contest : ROLEO
43. "___ of Simple Folk" (Seán O'Faoláin novel) : ANEST
44. Stored something for future use? : MADEAMENTALNOTE
47. Big-top worker with a big responsibility : ELEPHANTTRAINER
48. Maid in "The Merchant of Venice" : NERISSA
49. Drawn-out dissertations : SCREEDS
1. Sign of fitful sleep : TOSSING
2. Summit success : ENTENTECORDIALE
3. Like an extradition transition : ACROSSTHEBORDER
4. Start a hole : TEEUP
5. Indochinese currency : RIEL
6. Bruce Peninsula locale: Abbr. : ONT
7. Some tearoom equipment : SAMOVARS
8. Hardly ignorant of : WISETO
9. Option for one's return : EFILE
10. Fourth qtr. enders : DECS
11. "That's ___ quit!" : ITI
12. Calls for a quick dispatch : DIALSNINEONEONE
13. "Try someone else" : IMNOTINTERESTED
14. "1, 2, 3" lead-in : TESTING
16. "Gypsy" Tony winner : LUPONE
22. More than capable : ADEPT
23. Unseen surroundings : AURAS
25. Jamal of jazz : AHMAD
26. 1972 Pulitzer winner for Commentary : ROYKO
28. Current device for a cop? : TASER
29. Stock option : BROTH
31. Doesn't buy, in a way : BOYCOTTS
32. Marine Corps candidates, it's said : GOODMEN
33. Scarcely visible fingerprint : LATENT
34. Residents of some campus houses : SISTERS
36. 1993 Grammy winner for Best Mexican-American Album : SELENA
39. Some tomatoes : ROMAS
40. About 90% of people have one : INNIE
42. Fan sounds : RAHS
43. Poison apple creator? : ALAR
45. Something left of center? : EPI
46. Compass creation : ARC

Found bugs or have suggestions?

Previous puzzle | Next puzzle