New York Times, Thursday, April 17, 2008

Author: Byron Walden
Editor: Will Shortz
Byron Walden
TotalDebutLatestCollabs
7411/23/20013/26/20159
SunMonTueWedThuFriSatVariety
600192497
ScrabbleRebusCirclePangram
1.59321

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {QV} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 49 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite

1
B
2
E
3
I
4
G
5
E
6
B
7
O
8
X
9
B
10
O
11
D
12
I
13
C
14
E
15
A
C
T
A
L
O
N
E
16
E
D
I
S
O
N
17
C
H
A
R
L
T
O
N
18
H
E
S
T
O
N
19
H
O
L
20
T
R
A
21
C
E
22
U
S
N
A
23
A
24
D
O
25
O
A
26
R
S
27
T
28
E
29
N
C
O
M
30
M
31
A
N
D
M
E
32
N
33
T
34
S
35
E
X
A
L
T
36
E
B
S
E
N
37
A
R
I
38
E
C
R
U
39
E
L
C
I
D
40
H
A
I
L
41
U
E
Y
42
Y
A
R
D
S
43
J
A
C
K
O
44
P
L
A
45
N
E
T
O
F
T
46
H
E
A
P
E
S
47
O
W
E
S
48
E
T
S
49
A
50
X
51
I
S
52
N
E
53
P
54
A
L
55
E
56
G
57
O
58
B
E
N
H
59
U
R
60
O
M
E
61
G
62
A
M
A
N
63
E
N
D
O
R
A
64
P
E
N
A
L
I
Z
E
65
T
O
O
N
E
W
66
E
X
A
M
P
L
E
S
© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Run-of-the-mill computer, in tech slang : BEIGEBOX
9. Part of a dirndl : BODICE
15. Not have an accomplice : ACTALONE
16. Town near Metuchen, N.J. : EDISON
17. With 18-Across, "In the Arena" autobiographer : CHARLTON
18. See 17-Across : HESTON
19. Dec. 25, e.g. : HOL
20. Copy over? : TRACE
22. John McCain's alma mater, briefly : USNA
23. Kerfuffle : ADO
25. Some scullers' trophies : OARS
27. 1956 movie starring 17- and 18-Across, with "The" : TENCOMMANDMENTS
35. Lift high : EXALT
36. Barnaby Jones portrayer : EBSEN
37. "Taking Heat" memoirist Fleischer : ARI
38. Silk shade : ECRU
39. 1961 movie starring 17- and 18-Across : ELCID
40. Applaud : HAIL
41. Road reversal, in slang : UEY
42. Home fronts? : YARDS
43. Alternative nickname for the Gloved One : JACKO
44. 1968 movie starring 17- and 18-Across : PLANETOFTHEAPES
47. Isn't in the clear? : OWES
48. Klingons, e.g. : ETS
49. Transnational cooperation : AXIS
52. Country with a five-sided flag : NEPAL
55. First person in ancient Rome : EGO
58. 1959 movie starring 17- and 18-Across : BENHUR
60. 1971 movie starring 17- and 18-Across, with "The" : OMEGAMAN
63. Tabitha's grandmother on "Bewitched" : ENDORA
64. Throw the flag on, so to speak : PENALIZE
65. Jarringly unfamiliar : TOONEW
66. Textbook offerings : EXAMPLES
1. "English Suites" composer : BACH
2. Second : ECHO
3. Tilting type: Abbr. : ITAL
4. Long-snouted fish : GAR
5. Certain extension : ELL
6. Bench warmer? : BOTTOM
7. ___ about : ONOR
8. TV princess : XENA
9. Like Sydney Carton at the end of "A Tale of Two Cities" : BEHEADED
10. Kingsley's "___ to the North-East Wind" : ODE
11. Neglect : DISUSE
12. They believe : ISTS
13. Masked critter : COON
14. Elevated Sicilian city : ENNA
21. Are made up : CONSIST
23. Rights grp. : ACLU
24. Ellipsis component : DOT
26. Veep before L.B.J. : RMN
27. Prepare to drive : TEEUP
28. Stand out : EXCEL
29. ___ soul (no one) : NARYA
30. Hollywood district : MELROSE
31. Grading gamut : ABCDF
32. Rights grp. : NAACP
33. Little shaver's conveyance : TRIKE
34. Parts of a rural skyline : SILOS
39. Like sushi fish, typically : EATENRAW
40. German tennis star Tommy : HAAS
42. Material for Voldemort's wand, in Harry Potter books : YEW
43. Deep black : JET
45. Make a snack of : NOSHON
46. State capital originally called Crabtown : HELENA
49. Support in skullduggery : ABET
50. Prefix with phobia : XENO
51. European leader? : INDO
53. Ring of the Fisherman wearer : POPE
54. ___ card : AMEX
55. Czech runner Zátopek : EMIL
56. No mere glance : GAZE
57. Georges : ONES
59. Suffix with press : URE
61. Bit of cheesecake : GAM
62. Jungfrau, for one : ALP

Found bugs or have suggestions?

Previous puzzle | Next puzzle