New York Times, Friday, April 20, 2007

Author: David Quarfoot
Editor: Will Shortz
David Quarfoot
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 31 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 17 for Mr. Quarfoot. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. One who doesn't want to grow up, in a jingle : TOYSRUSKID
11. Dramatists' degs. : MFAS
15. Versatile combatant : ONEMANARMY
16. Set down : ALIT
17. Popular '90s workout video : ABSOFSTEEL
18. Cause for an "Excuse me!" : BURP
19. Matin's opposite : SOIR
20. Interpretation of a dog's growl : IMMAD
22. E.U. mem. : SWE
23. Larry or Louise on "Bewitched" : TATE
24. Modern communication : ONLINECHAT
26. Harmonia's antithesis : ERIS
27. Make one : JOIN
28. Show : PROVE
29. Turnoffs, e.g.: Abbr. : RDS
30. "___ chance!" : BONNE
31. Like some limits : OUTER
32. Where hangings are witnessed: Abbr. : MUS
33. Bogart's only horror film title role, 1939 : DRX
34. Sore spot : ULCER
37. Move on a court or a diamond : PIVOT
40. Western setting: Abbr. : PST
43. Scylla or Charybdis : PERIL
44. Starting point? : EDEN
45. "And the ___ raths outgrabe" ("Jabberwocky" line) : MOME
46. a, b, c, d, e, etc. : CHARACTERS
48. Capital on Upolu island : APIA
49. Dude : CAT
50. Yankee Clipper company : PANAM
51. Old Fords : LTDS
52. Golden Age writer : OVID
54. Home of Southern University : BATONROUGE
57. Pendant : DROP
58. Church section : AMENCORNER
59. Dark times, in literature : EENS
60. Berlioz opera based on Virgil's "Aeneid" : LESTROYENS
1. Wedding reception figure : TOASTER
2. Participating in a group : ONBOARD
3. Insistent affirmation : YESITIS
4. Three-ingredient treats : SMORES
5. W.W. II inits. : RAF
6. Young ___ : UNS
7. Audited : SATINON
8. Presidential abode : KREMLIN
9. Song on the Beatles' "Let It Be" : IMEMINE
10. "Time Out of Mind" Grammy winner : DYLAN
11. Queen of folklore : MAB
12. Seasonal safeguard : FLUSHOT
13. Broadcasting unit? : AIRWAVE
14. Gateman? : STPETER
21. Exile : DEPORT
24. Optometría concern : OJOS
25. Meat : CRUX
30. Wrap for a nursery plant : BURLAP
32. World leader who resigned in 1974 : MEIR
33. Gets into : DONS
34. Bars from a store : UPCCODE
35. Birthplace of René Coty : LEHAVRE
36. Old Army meal : CRATION
37. Muffin, for one : PETNAME
38. Conceives : IDEATES
39. Monopoly avenue : VERMONT
40. Chart maker : POPTUNE
41. Dash : SMIDGEN
42. Some TV spots : TEASERS
45. "Le Morte d'Arthur" author : MALORY
47. Intrigue : CABAL
53. Stat for infielders : DPS
55. Big A.T.M. maker : NCR
56. Zoo critter : ROO

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