New York Times, Friday, May 14, 2010

Author: Barry C. Silk
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry C. Silk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 64, Blocks: 28 Missing: {JQWXZ} This is puzzle # 46 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Its workers aren't behind closed doors : CUBEFARM
9. Thunderstruck : AGHAST
15. Length of many stands? : ONENIGHT
16. Title boy in an old sitcom : BEAVER
17. Places for some flicks : ASHTRAYS
18. Wear for some contests : BIKINI
19. Liberal types : SHARERS
20. Overly optimistic : ROSEATE
21. Feldshuh of "Yentl" : TOVAH
22. Brought forth : FATHERED
23. Gone : DEPARTED
26. Acid head? : AMINO
27. Singing group : STOOLIES
29. It was worth three livres : ECU
30. Machine part : COG
33. Means of catching up with the rest of the class : TUTOR
34. It occupies 25 pages in the Oxford English Dictionary : SET
35. "Knock on ___ Door" (Bogart film) : ANY
36. Caesar : DICTATOR
39. Mountainside debris : SCREE
41. Lies low : HIDESOUT
44. Common hotel bathroom feature : HEATLAMP
46. Fuel-efficient transportation : MOPED
48. Cry when rubbing it in : SOTHERE
49. Hippodrome competitor : TROTTER
51. Play an ace? : AVIATE
52. It's not the road less traveled : MAINLINE
53. Currency that replaced pounds in 1964 : LEONES
54. Learning environments : ACADEMES
55. ___ Evans, a k a Chubby Checker : ERNEST
56. Places to store barrels? : HOLSTERS
1. Washing-up place : COAST
2. Like wild horses : UNSHOD
3. Nanny's cry : BEHAVE
4. Catches : ENTRAPS
5. Often red item of apparel : FIREHAT
6. Clarifying agent in brewing : AGAR
7. "Wide Sargasso Sea" novelist, 1966 : RHYS
8. Range parts: Abbr. : MTS
9. One giving prior consent? : ABBOT
10. Mama-san's charges : GEISHAS
11. Olajuwon of the N.B.A. : HAKEEM
12. Zoo sections : AVIARIES
13. Follower of one's convictions : SENTENCE
14. Experimented with : TRIEDOUT
20. Good spot for a jingle : RADIOAD
22. Kind of marker : FELTTIP
24. Indian bread : ROTI
25. 1969 hit for the Doors : TOUCHME
28. "Feather Gown" sculptor : ERTE
30. Something you don't get credit for : CASHSALE
31. Cursory cleaning, say : ONCEOVER
32. Belly dancer's move : GYRATION
36. Kills : DELETES
37. Family often seen on "The Andy Williams Show" : OSMONDS
38. Underground branch : ROOTLET
40. Crude component : ETHANE
42. Hours of operation? : UPTIME
43. Bubblegummer : TEENER
45. Take ___ (break) : AREST
47. Word with shoe or shop : DRESS
49. Its shell may be soft : TACO
50. Yemeni capital : RIAL
52. Start of a Chinese game : MAH

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