New York Times, Saturday, May 10, 2003

Author: Bob Klahn
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Klahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 26 Missing: {JVXZ} This is puzzle # 46 for Mr. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Epitaph for a Spy" author : ERICAMBLER
11. Puppeteer Tony : SARG
15. New Year's Day spectacular : ROSEPARADE
16. Foreign head of state : EMIR
17. Daisy lover : ABNERYOKUM
18. Size up : CASE
19. Sink : SET
20. "___ Russia $1200" (Bob Hope book) : IOWE
21. Either jamb of a doorway : ALETTE
23. Natural : BORN
24. Exploit : TRADEON
25. Ballpark figures : USHERS
28. Benedictines, e.g. : LIQUEURS
29. Feminist Wolf : NAOMI
30. Tijuana toast : SALUD
31. The pilots of Penzance: Abbr. : RAF
32. Advocate: Abbr. : ATTY
33. Fireplace : INGLE
34. Harbor hazard : MINE
35. Where Marseille is, en France : SUD
36. Large knives : SNEES
37. Exploit : GESTE
38. Advocate : PROMOTER
40. Bites : NOSHES
41. 1959-60 heavyweight champion Johansson : INGEMAR
42. Mustard plant features : PODS
43. Coat named for a British lord : RAGLAN
44. One way to make a sinner thinner : LISP
45. Good name for a chef : STU
48. "Would ___?" : ILIE
49. Gossamer : DIAPHANOUS
52. Salinger's "___ Stories" : NINE
53. Some marathon champions : ETHIOPIANS
54. Silences : GAGS
55. International Museum of Cartoon Art founder, 1974 : MORTWALKER
1. Period pieces : ERAS
2. Vesture : ROBE
3. That special introduction? : ISNT
4. Mid-grade? : CEE
5. Deductive : APRIORI
6. Council heads, maybe : MAYORS
7. Toast : BROWN
8. Winnipeg or Ontario : LAKE
9. University extension : EDU
10. "All Quiet on the Western Front" author : REMARQUE
11. Withdraw : SECEDE
12. Bush-league : AMATEURISH
13. Pasta place : RISTORANTE
14. Links charges : GREENSFEES
22. Tout : LAUD
23. Start of a 2/14 request : BEMY
24. Places for bills : TILLS
25. Self-satisfied : UNASPIRING
26. Unrestrained revelry : SATURNALIA
27. Showing off : HOTDOGGING
28. Head producer? : LAGER
30. Gibe : SNEER
33. Together : INTANDEM
34. Scrape : MESS
36. "Brave New World" drug : SOMA
37. Drosselmeier's title in "The Nutcracker" : GODPAPA
39. Rows : MELEES
40. Godot, in "Waiting for Godot" : NOSHOW
42. Lark look-alike : PIPIT
44. "If I Only Had the Nerve" singer : LAHR
45. Toper : SOAK
46. Pull a few strings? : TUNE
47. Country founded in 1922: Abbr. : USSR
50. "Watermill" composer Teiji ___ : ITO
51. Bubkes : NIL

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