New York Times, Friday, March 4, 2005

Author: Myles Callum
Editor: Will Shortz
Myles Callum
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 31 Missing: {BJQXZ} This is puzzle # 17 for Mr. Callum. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Candy that, in urban legend, can be lethal when mixed with soda : POPROCKS
9. Put under : SEDATE
15. It's exactly a foot long : SHOETREE
16. Many an "S.N.L." cast member : TVIDOL
17. Short musical composition : SONATINA
18. À la King? : EERILY
19. Comforting words : THERENOW
20. Drinks akin to americanos : LATTES
21. Plant that's a traditional symbol of remembrance : ROSEMARY
23. One to grow on : FARM
27. Remark to whisperers : IHEARDTHAT
31. In ___ (even) : ATIE
32. Brits' "governors" : DADS
33. Remove : ERASE
34. Ratify anew : REPASS
36. What some singers sing in : UNISON
37. Long series of troubles : SIEGE
38. Medical suffix : ITIS
41. Pen fill : CONS
42. Beyond one's persona : INREALLIFE
44. Deal a low blow : KNEE
45. Quickly recites : REELSOFF
47. Special intuition, in modern lingo : GAYDAR
50. Excitements : AROUSALS
55. Designate : ASSIGN
56. Field work : NORMARAE
57. "The Conscious Lovers" playwright, 1722 : STEELE
58. Pregnant : ENCEINTE
59. Part of a safari party : PORTER
60. Like some fruit : SEEDLESS
1. Furtive summons : PSST
2. Cry of excitement : OHOH
3. Southern bread : PONE
4. Stern : REAR
5. Musk maker : OTTER
6. Marine animals like the sea lily and feather star : CRINOIDS
7. Orson Welles's Wisconsin birthplace : KENOSHA
8. Irish moss, e.g. : SEAWEED
9. Of some monuments : STELAR
10. Principal McGee's portrayer in "Grease" : EVEARDEN
11. Fast one : DIRTYTRICK
12. Mine access : ADIT
13. Lacquered metalware : TOLE
14. Bridge expert Culbertson and others : ELYS
22. Some degs. : MAS
23. Tehrani tongue : FARSI
24. Saved on supper, perhaps : ATEIN
25. Not as green : RIPER
26. Just bread and water, e.g. : MEAGERDIET
28. Sports : HASON
29. Concertedly : ASONE
30. English 101 subject : TENSE
35. Coastal flier : SEAEAGLE
36. Resort to violence : USEFORCE
38. Wicked : ILL
39. Medicinal teas : TISANES
40. Start of a strong opinion : IFORONE
43. "How to Handle a Woman" lyricist : LERNER
46. Was ready to blow, say : FUMED
47. Have a sudden inspiration? : GASP
48. Communiqué segue : ASTO
49. Scene of heavy W.W. I fighting : YSER
51. Windmill arm : SAIL
52. "Artaxerxes" composer : ARNE
53. Focus of some workouts : LATS
54. Goes with : SEES

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