New York Times, Friday, March 21, 2008

Author: Peter A. Collins
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter A. Collins
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Collins. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. They have many sticking points : ROSEBUSHES
11. Falcons' grp. : USAF
15. 1978 cult film with a mutant child : ERASERHEAD
16. Gazetteer meas. : SQMI
17. Sealing fans? : POLARBEARS
18. Oscar-nominated "My Man Godfrey" actor, 1936 : AUER
19. One of four directions in 5-Down : OST
20. Goes on : LASTS
21. Mathematician ___ Henrik Abel : NIELS
22. Brown and others : TINAS
23. Hit the big time : MADEIT
24. Not too far away : AROUND
27. Football Hall-of-Famer Huff : SAM
28. Where many pens are found : ZOO
29. Corrida sticker : DART
30. Pessimist in a Disney cartoon : EEYORE
33. Drop the ball : ERR
34. Letters between two names : AKA
35. One way to get through a wall : OSMOSIS
36. Severe : BAD
37. Checkers, e.g. : MEN
38. Uses as a bed : LIESON
39. End of many a race : VOTE
40. It involves many unknowns: Abbr. : ALG
41. Sched. maker, often : MGR
42. One using soft soap : COAXER
44. "Michael Collins" title role player, 1996 : NEESON
46. Here and there : ABOUT
48. Fogs : DAZES
49. Desk tray labels : INOUT
50. Eye of the tigre? : OJO
53. At any point : EVER
54. Choice for intercontinental travel : OCEANLINER
56. Endow : VEST
57. Student activity : TESTTAKING
58. It is in Peru : ESTA
59. Doll that was once a going thing : BETSYWETSY
1. Credit report damager, briefly : REPO
2. Prizes for top atletas : OROS
3. Curer : SALT
4. Tikkanen of hockey : ESA
5. It's no longer divided : BERLIN
6. Architectural subdiscipline : URBANDESIGN
7. "___ Lady" (1971 hit song) : SHESA
8. Meet preliminaries : HEATS
9. Roadside stand units : EARS
10. Old sit-in org. : SDS
11. Lend-Lease Act provision : USAID
12. Zydeco instrument : SQUEEZEBOX
13. Ease : AMELIORATE
14. Simplest, in math and logic : FIRSTORDER
21. When doubled, what a rat does : NAMES
22. Sound of disapproval : TUT
23. Home to San Quentin State Prison : MARINCOUNTY
24. Opening pair? : ADAMANDEVE
25. Tidy up the lawn, in a way : RAKELEAVES
26. Marmalade ingredient : ORANGEZEST
27. "I've been better" : SOSO
31. Like some profs. : EMER
32. Cries for attention : YOS
35. "Stand and Deliver" Oscar nominee, 1988 : OLMOS
39. Brewery fixture : VAT
43. Ban : OUTLAW
45. Perfect Day maker : SERTA
46. "___ of traitors!": Shak. : ANEST
47. Gravy holders : BOATS
49. Summer cooler : ICEE
50. Taking care of business : ONIT
51. Norwegian P.M. Stoltenberg : JENS
52. Immoderate indulgence : ORGY
54. Where races are screened?: Abbr. : OTB
55. "They Like ___" (song from "Call Me Madam") : IKE

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