New York Times, Friday, March 19, 2004

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 26 Missing: {QVXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 194 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Turkey heart? : ANKARA
7. Pronto : INAFLASH
15. "The Last Samurai" extras : NINJAS
16. Begin energetically : WADEINTO
17. Oodles : OCEANS
18. What many an addict is : INDENIAL
19. Nail holder : TOE
20. Leaves : GETSOUT
22. G squared? : MIL
23. Bunny's pace : HIPPETYHOP
25. Pool division : LANE
26. One reconciled in Gen. 33 : ESAU
27. Water ___ (oral-hygiene product) : PIK
28. Misogynist, e.g. : HATER
29. Flushing : REDFACED
32. Some are rattled : SABERS
33. Takes off on one's own : FLIESSOLO
35. Commercial charges : ADFEES
38. Venue for a smoking car : AUTORACE
42. Is tiresome : WEARS
43. Wee wee? : LIL
44. "Holy smokes!" : EGAD
45. Peggotty girl in "David Copperfield" : EMLY
46. Devout : GODFEARING
49. Note : SOL
50. Beat in a debate, say : OUTTALK
51. "___-Pan" (1966 best seller) : TAI
52. Cousin of Erse : OLDIRISH
54. Wrap : SERAPE
56. Site of the Mokuaweoweo crater : MAUNALOA
57. Carriage trade groups : ELITES
58. Marching order : EYESLEFT
59. Most judicious : SAGEST
1. "Hit me," in blackjack : ANOTHER
2. Like some salads : NICOISE
3. Bit of football gear : KNEEPAD
4. 1977 double-platinum Steely Dan album : AJA
5. A to Z, for one : RANGE
6. Loan security : ASSET
7. Envious wit's remark : IWISHIDSAIDTHAT
8. "___ of the North" (1922 film) : NANOOK
9. Total : ADDUP
10. Paws : FEET
11. Alabama's Civil Rights Memorial architect : LIN
12. Enliven : ANIMATE
13. Furniture worker : STAINER
14. Cries out loud : HOLLERS
21. Novel subtitled "A Peep at Polynesian Life" : TYPEE
24. Hype : PUFFERY
25. Drudge : LABORER
28. Light ring : HALO
30. Some pintfuls : ALES
31. U.S.S.R. successor : CIS
32. Lush : SOT
34. Infection-fighting drug : SULFA
35. More than cool : AWESOME
36. International young men's club : DEMOLAY
37. Become payable : FALLDUE
39. Shake up : AGITATE
40. Hors d'oeuvres : CANAPES
41. Most provocative : EDGIEST
43. Many : LOTSOF
46. Cunning : GUILE
47. Someone ___ (not ours) : ELSES
48. Cub Scouts leader : AKELA
50. Something to explain your way through : ORAL
53. Ties : INS
55. Semi : RIG

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