New York Times, Saturday, May 14, 2005

Author: Bob Peoples
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Peoples
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 30 Missing: {QVXZ} This is puzzle # 31 for Mr. Peoples. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Cattle feed : ALFALFA
8. Part of a spacewalker's gear : JETPACK
15. Ecofriendly way to work : CARPOOL
16. Relatively polished : URBANER
17. Examine : EYEBALL
18. Garfield's favorite food : LASAGNA
19. ___ O'Hara, Bill Bixby's role on "My Favorite Martian" : TIM
20. Not the brightest bulb on the Christmas tree : DIMWIT
22. Nellie ___, first female state governor : ROSS
23. Volume 1 of an encyclopedia, maybe : ATOB
25. "Magnum P.I." setting : OAHU
26. Score : RUN
27. Beauty product : TONER
29. Muzzle : NOSE
31. Container weight : TARE
32. Catch : ENTRAP
34. Real stunner : AIRTASER
36. Marching order : EYESRIGHT
38. German ship lost in the Battle of the River Plate, 1939 : GRAFSPEE
41. Fine upholsteries : SATINS
45. Host : RAFT
46. "I won't ___ word" : SAYA
48. Breakfast takeout : DONUT
49. World org. since the 1940's : IMF
50. Popular caramel candy : ROLO
52. Villain : OGRE
53. Jim ___, onetime N.F.L. Coach of the Year : MORA
55. Charles River sights : SCULLS
57. Course: Abbr. : RTE
58. "Antigone" dramatist : ANOUILH
60. Epitome of thickness : PEASOUP
62. Military hqtrs. group : CENTCOM
63. Anticipated Christian event, with "the" : RAPTURE
64. Connoisseur : ESTHETE
65. Conjecturally : ONPAPER
1. Overlay : ACETATE
2. Flatter : LAYITON
3. First G.O.P. presidential candidate : FREMONT
4. Broadcast inits. : APB
5. Basketful, say : LOAD
6. Book part : FOLIO
7. Absolutely studly : ALLMAN
8. Papal patron of Michelangelo and Raphael : JULIUSII
9. "In principio ___ Verbum et …" : ERAT
10. Broadcast inits. : TBS
11. Punnily titled 1952 quiz show "Up to ___" : PAAR
12. Some cats : ANGORAS
13. Tongue-lashing : CENSURE
14. Abstract Expressionist Lee : KRASNER
21. Question after nonrecognition : WHOAREYOU
24. Cut off from, with "of" : BEREFT
28. Beams : RAYS
30. Tiny metric units : ERGS
31. Kind of artist : TATTOO
33. Picks (up) : PEPS
35. Jazz musician Jones : THAD
37. "Dunno" : SEARCHME
38. Possible reaction to bad news : GRIMACE
39. "Bop 'Til You Drop" band, with "the" : RAMONES
40. Put down : AFFRONT
42. Clique : INGROUP
43. Take care of : NURTURE
44. Not so reasonable : STEEPER
47. Special team member : ALLPRO
51. City on the Allegheny : OLEAN
54. Bibliographical info: Abbr. : AUTH
55. Opening : SLOT
56. N.F.L. defensive tackle Warren : SAPP
59. Barkeep's supply : ICE
61. Radio broadcaster: Abbr. : STA

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