New York Times, Saturday, April 5, 2003

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 26 Missing: {FQZ} Minimum word length: 4 This is puzzle # 46 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Endearing 1942 Disney character : THUMPER
8. Actor Steve of "Reservoir Dogs" : BUSCEMI
15. Capital of the Solomon Islands : HONIARA
16. Welcomed : ASKEDIN
17. While still not much has happened : EARLYON
18. Alternative to calling : RAISING
19. Unsupported, in a way : BRALESS
20. One with better information? : TIPSTER
21. Bustling : ASTIR
22. Freshness indicator : ODOR
24. Kaye of ballet : NORA
25. "It's ___ real" : BEEN
26. Without control : AMOK
27. Jacques-Louis David painting "The Death of ___" : MARAT
28. Board finishes : ENDGAMES
30. Headache : HASSLE
31. Protected from prying eyes : HIDAWAY
33. Stifled, as enthusiasm : DAMPED
37. Immense : GALACTIC
42. Perpendicular to the keel : ABEAM
43. Source material : TEXT
44. Book named for a woman : RUTH
45. Dixieland group? : YALL
46. Subject for a speech therapist : LISP
47. Not easy : TENSE
48. Car thieves' door opener : SLIMJIM
50. Admissions : AVOWALS
52. Shared annuity : TONTINE
53. Fisherman's garment : PEACOAT
54. Town where Harriet Beecher Stowe is buried : ANDOVER
55. In a series: Fr. : ENSUITE
56. Crop workers : REAPERS
57. One with forked tongue : RATTLER
1. 1992 sports biopic : THEBABE
2. Get rough : HOARSEN
3. Like films in production, usually : UNRATED
4. Wandering aimlessly : MILLING
5. Debt clearer : PAYER
6. One taking a bow? : EROS
7. Like some hostages : RANSOMED
8. "Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion" composer : BARTOK
9. Carrier name retired in 1997 : USAIR
10. Disregard : SKIP
11. Certain prop planes : CESSNAS
12. Word processors : EDITORS
13. Word with spring or water : MINERAL
14. Unjustified complainer : INGRATE
23. Recommendations on bottles : DOSAGES
26. At the hub of : AMID
27. Palenque native : MAYA
29. Slight interruption : AHEM
30. Drill shout : HALT
32. One of Edison's inventions : WAXPAPER
33. Venus, in eastern skies : DAYSTAR
34. Mother-of-pearl source : ABALONE
35. Mrs. Bill Gates : MELINDA
36. Battery-powered computer : PALMTOP
38. Do for a soldier : CREWCUT
39. Rich source of essential fatty acids : TUNAOIL
40. 1959 Ricky Nelson hit : ITSLATE
41. "Gunsmoke" deputy : CHESTER
43. Cooking aids : TIMERS
46. Record holder? : LINER
47. Table delivery : TOAST
49. Baloney : JIVE
51. ___ cava : VENA

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