New York Times, Saturday, April 2, 2005

Author: Byron Walden
Editor: Will Shortz
Byron Walden
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 64, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JQW} This is puzzle # 22 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Computer programs that sequence print jobs : SPOOLERS
9. Give, as a topic for discussion, in newscaster lingo : TOSSTO
15. Part of the 1964 Civil Rights Act concerned with employment discrimination : TITLEVII
16. Crackerjack : SUPERB
17. Foreign instigators? : ANTIGENS
18. Ballet stars, familiarly : PRIMAS
19. Dumpster-dives : SCAVENGES
21. Store opening time : NINE
22. Retreats : HAVENS
23. School org. : NEA
25. It may be high on weekends : MASS
26. Spar : YARD
27. Stands : SOAPBOXES
29. Planes provide it : AIRSERVICE
30. Foisting (off) : FOBBING
35. Record producers : ARRESTS
36. Without fail : UNERRINGLY
38. Eliminates funding for : ZEROESOUT
39. Shyness? : LACK
43. "Thérèse Raquin" novelist : ZOLA
44. Lizard, old-style : EFT
45. Shooter : CAMERA
47. Friend of Guinevere, in "The Idylls of the King" : ENID
48. Blueprint : FLOORPLAN
50. Foiled : DONEIN
53. Completely covering : ENCASING
54. Noted Paris-based org. : UNESCO
55. Jerks : SCHMUCKS
56. Having more sauce : PERTER
57. Doesn't get hung up on : SEESPAST
1. Store that's hard to find : STASH
2. Laffit ___ Jr., thoroughbred racing's winningest jockey : PINCAY
3. In music, a full interval higher or lower than written : OTTAVA
4. Fat guy in shorts : OLIVER
5. Map part : LEGEND
6. The odds are against them : EVENS
7. Sumo venue : RING
8. Assent of the Andes : SISENOR
9. Equal amt. : TSP
10. "___ Love" (Tommy Dorsey #1 hit) : OUR
11. Balletic basketball maneuver : SPINMOVE
12. One of a pair in an ellipse : SEMIAXIS
13. Cut across : TRANSECT
14. Gets hung up : OBSESSES
20. Evaporation product : SEASALT
24. Little talent? : APERY
27. "Good night, Chet," "Good night, David," e.g. : SIGNOFF
28. Winter cry : BRR
29. Pastis flavor : ANISE
30. Blurred : FUZZEDUP
31. Tête-à-tête : ONEONONE
32. Inventor of the gramophone : BERLINER
33. In the ___ sense : BROADEST
34. Feeling of frustration : IRE
37. Yellow : GUTLESS
39. N.F.L. team that featured the Fearsome Foursome : LARAMS
40. Intensifies, in slang : AMPSUP
41. Popular car model starting 1971 : CELICA
42. "Christmas With the ___" (2004 film) : KRANKS
45. Car, in Caracas : COCHE
46. Unsettledness : ANGST
49. Years back : ONCE
51. Something found in a sheet : ICE
52. Scand. land : NOR

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