New York Times, Saturday, March 10, 2007

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JKQVX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 94 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Real name of a Disney title character : SIMBA
6. Small drawing? : PUFF
10. 15-ml unit : TBSP
14. Broadcasting : ONAIR
15. Falls into decline : ATROPHIES
17. With the help of : USING
18. Providers of tip-offs? : NAILFILES
19. Laurel and Hardy film with the line "Well, here's another nice mess you've gotten me into!" : SONSOFTHEDESERT
21. Middle-earth resident : ELF
22. Gene ___, 1932 U.S. and British Open champ : SARAZEN
23. Nikola Tesla, for one : SERB
25. Information for the record : LINERNOTES
30. Becomes an issue : ARISES
32. Total : INALL
33. Rock group whose members all assumed the same last name, with "the" : RAMONES
35. Flip alternative : PAGEBOY
37. Eclipses, to some : OMENS
38. At the back : DORSAL
39. Headmaster's faculty : DISCIPLINE
42. "I must have missed the ___" : MEMO
45. Concern for a hostess : SEATING
47. Part of a certain college course : LAB
48. Desserts from the South : SWEETPOTATOPIES
53. Wild-haired stock character : MADDOCTOR
54. One of the Traveling Wilburys : LYNNE
55. Prepared to strike, perhaps : UNIONIZED
56. Coat hangers-on : FLEAS
57. Bristle (with) : TEEM
58. Outfit : DUDS
59. Lets fly : SENDS
1. Pickles : SOUSES
2. It's often underfoot : INSOLE
3. "Big iron," in hacker slang : MAINFRAMES
4. Plastic containers : BINS
5. Greek city that remained neutral during the Persian Wars : ARGOS
6. Grocery stores : PANTRIES
7. What many Latter-day Saints are : UTAHANS
8. Architectural element often decorated with bas-reliefs : FRIEZE
9. Computer desktop icon : FOLDER
10. Radio's "___ American Life" : THIS
11. Ill will : BILE
12. Amphilochus, in Greek myth : SEER
13. Sound from a test cheater, say : PSST
16. Divisions of a mark : PFENNIGS
20. Made-up : FALSE
24. Unbroken mount : BRONC
26. Witching hour follower : ONEAM
27. Laundry that's often food-stained : TABLELINEN
28. "Strange Magic" band, for short : ELO
29. Designing : SLY
31. Demand : INSISTON
33. Retinal cell : ROD
34. Any of the Three Musketeers : AMI
35. Narrow-bladed weapons : PONIARDS
36. "___ we all?" : ARENT
38. Said the same : DITTOED
40. ___ AC (pharmacy purchase) : PEPCID
41. "Truthful words are not beautiful; beautiful words are not truthful" espouser : LAOTZU
43. Female bacchanalian : MAENAD
44. Take hold of, in a way : OBSESS
46. Follows a course : GOLFS
48. Scuzz : SMUT
49. Flag : WANE
50. Warhol actress Sedgwick : EDIE
51. Birthplace of Herod the Great : EDOM
52. One of Carter's charges, on TV : PYLE

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