New York Times, Saturday, March 1, 2008

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 28 Missing: {KVX} This is puzzle # 123 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Event in which teams may drink rounds during rounds : PUBQUIZ
8. Comb : UNSNARL
15. Minimal, with "of" : ANOUNCE
16. Broke out : GOTFREE
17. Conditioning system : PILATES
18. Dumpling dish : GNOCCHI
19. Defeats easily : ACESOUT
20. Doesn't stick around : BEATSIT
21. 1920s birth control advocate Russell : DORA
22. Author of "Save Your Job, Save Our Country: Why Nafta Must Be Stopped — Now!" : PEROT
24. Name on some euros : EIRE
25. They may be found in sneakers : ODORS
27. "___ vindice" (Confederacy motto) : DEO
28. Chairperson? : CANER
29. Big name in flight : CESSNA
31. Place on a game board? : STJAMES
33. A.L. home run champ of 1950 and '53 : ALROSEN
35. Mop holder? : HAIRGEL
38. Often-minimized thing : WINDOW
43. 1966 Grammy winner for "If He Walked Into My Life" : GORME
44. Focus of some ball-handlers? : DEB
46. Spanish mistress : DUENA
47. Samoan capital : APIA
48. Cuts into a pie, often : RADII
50. Field fare, briefly : MRES
51. Distribution slip : MISDEAL
53. Ostensible composer of "The Abduction of Figaro" and "Oedipus Tex" : PDQBACH
55. Summit goal : ENTENTE
56. Bennett of the Ronettes : ESTELLE
57. Worker doing a desk job? : STAINER
58. Bright planet, sometimes : DAYSTAR
59. "First ..." : TOSTART
60. Information technology subject : SYSTEMS
1. Leader who claimed to have put a fatal curse on J.F.K. : PAPADOC
2. Cousin of Ascii : UNICODE
3. Dances in waltz time : BOLEROS
4. Some radio sources : QUASARS
5. "'___ Me?' I do not know you" (Emily Dickinson poem) : UNTO
6. Get slippery, in a way : ICEUP
7. Zipped up : ZESTED
8. Boho-chic footwear : UGGBOOTS
9. Big combo : NONET
10. Old marketplace surrounder : STOA
11. Saints, e.g. : NFCTEAM
12. Function whose domain is between -1 and 1 : ARCSINE
13. Not-so-new work crew : REHIRES
14. First pitcher to have defeated all 30 major-league teams : LEITER
23. Having a better bottom? : RESOLED
26. Part of a certain kit : SNARE
28. Wolf, e.g. : CANID
30. H.S. subject : ALG
32. Faster, maybe : JEW
34. "Danger!" : REDALERT
35. Enter for a spin : HOPINTO
36. Bristly appendages : ARISTAS
37. Words after "Whew!" : IMADEIT
39. Least sensible : NUMBEST
40. 20th-century German leader's moniker : DERALTE
41. Part of a fin? : ONECLAM
42. Load-bearing things? : WASHERS
43. Most intrepid : GAMEST
45. Man and others : BIPEDS
48. Zagat contributor : RATER
49. Opinion opener : IDSAY
52. Italian province or its capital : ENNA
54. Amts. : QTYS

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