New York Times, Saturday, April 23, 2005

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 26 Missing: {JQWX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 73 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Statue of Liberty sculptor : BARTHOLDI
10. Annual music awards group : ASCAP
15. Theodore Roosevelt's first secretary of war : ELIHUROOT
16. New Mexico's ___ Canyon, a national historic park site : CHACO
17. Foundation supports : DONATIONS
18. Time off : RANDR
19. It's produced under pressure : SEDIMENTARYROCK
21. Something found in specs? : LENS
22. Athenian lawgiver who introduced trial by jury : SOLON
23. Cockeyed : ASLANT
26. Placing restraints on : CHAINING
29. Hardly worth mentioning : SCANT
30. Like much French writing paper : BLANC
31. Place for a vet : ZOO
32. Many a Monet scene : POND
33. Disses : SLAMS
34. Noun suffix : SION
35. Bankrupt : END
36. "___ in favor …" : THOSE
37. "For God's sake hold your tongue, and let me love" poet : DONNE
38. Toy placed over a door : NERFHOOP
40. Gourmand : GORGER
41. Echo, for one : OREAD
42. Lap, maybe : MILE
43. 1984 action film originally intended to star Sylvester Stallone : BEVERLYHILLSCOP
49. Auto model discontinued in 2004 : ALERO
50. Afternooner : SOAPOPERA
51. Flags : TIRES
52. Poles, e.g. : ANTIPODES
53. State bordering Bavaria : HESSE
54. It determines if help is needed : MEANSTEST
1. Garden divisions : BEDS
2. Fleshy-leafed plant : ALOE
3. Cocktail garnish : RIND
4. Monarchy since 1350 : THAILAND
5. Group of rude dwellings : HUTMENT
6. Mysterious locale, once, with "the" : ORIENT
7. Nuts : LOONS
8. Cautionary note : DONT
9. "Something really should be done" : ITSASHAME
10. Fast-drying paint : ACRYLIC
11. P.M. elected in 2001 : SHARON
12. Putting on a pedestal : CANONIZING
13. Kind of adapter : ACDC
14. Scrapple ingredient : PORK
20. Ones spotted at Ascot? : ROANS
23. Summer music festival site : ASPEN
24. Tea tray goodie : SCONE
25. Some imported S.U.V.'s : LANDROVERS
26. Catch : CLASP
27. Who "knows," in a 1958 Dion & the Belmonts hit : NOONE
28. Bad choice to bet on : GONER
30. Nickname for director Peckinpah : BLOODYSAM
33. Keel scraper : SHOAL
34. Touchy subject : SORESPOT
36. Bette Midler ballad : THEROSE
37. Small servings : DOLLOPS
39. Word in many foreign company names : FRERES
40. "Frasier" actress Peri : GILPIN
42. Toyota MR2 competitor : MIATA
43. Shellacking : BATH
44. Mario ___ of the N.B.A. : ELIE
45. Perfect : HONE
46. Grant : CEDE
47. Diggers' discoveries : ORES
48. Behind us all : PAST

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