New York Times, Saturday, May 17, 2003

Author: Bob Peoples
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Peoples
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 28 Missing: {QVXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Peoples. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Boxer's vulnerability : GLASSJAW
9. In trouble : BADOFF
15. Waterproof cover : OILCLOTH
16. Key of Brahms's Symphony No. 4 : EMINOR
17. Really let have it : LACEINTO
18. "Creepshow" director : ROMERO
19. Buffs : FIENDS
20. They may be shared in theaters : ARMRESTS
22. It may turn some heads : PSST
23. Big dos : FROS
24. Hike preceder : HUT
25. Fail to keep : ROT
26. Practiced diligently : PLIED
28. Shawnee tribe adoptee : BOONE
30. Slender lead : ONEPOINT
32. One may be tipped : PORTER
33. Room check-out time? : OPENHOUSE
35. They may be tapped : MAPLES
38. Be far better than : OUTCLASS
42. Greece's "Holy Mountain" : ATHOS
43. Thomas of the N.B.A. : ISIAH
44. ___-Mart : WAL
45. Grp. that may stop traffic : DEA
46. Some votes : NOES
47. Locks in a zoo? : MANE
48. Knock alternative : DINGDONG
51. See 46-Down : GUERRE
53. Something to stand for : ANTHEM
54. In trouble : UPACREEK
56. Like some luggage : STOWED
57. Invitation down South : YALLCOME
58. Dude : HOMBRE
59. Represent, in a way : SPEAKFOR
1. One giving driving lessons : GOLFPRO
2. Affair : LIAISON
3. Gluck opera : ALCESTE
4. Lilac, e.g. : SCENT
5. Fell, as interest rates : SLID
6. Singer Anderson and others : JONS
7. Case studier: Abbr. : ATT
8. Repeated line in "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" : WHOARETHOSEGUYS
9. Earthen embankments : BERMS
10. De Falla's "El ___ Brujo" : AMOR
11. Symbol of thinness : DIME
12. Isolated appearance : ONESHOT
13. Mint : FORTUNE
14. Bakery worker, at times : FROSTER
21. Symbol of punishment : ROD
23. Fjord explorer? : FINN
26. Bull producers : POPES
27. Fiction collection : LIES
28. "The Temptation of St. Anthony" painter : BOSCH
29. City founded by Ivan IV : OREL
31. Mallets are used in it : POLO
32. ___ hold on : PUTA
34. Foreign approvals : OUIS
35. Saunter's opposite : MADDASH
36. Partly depleted : ATEINTO
37. Unreal : PHANTOM
39. Onto : AWAREOF
40. 1920 peace conference site : SANREMO
41. More smooth : SLEEKER
43. Kind of generator : ION
46. With 51-Across, a fake handle? : NOMDE
47. Drug giant : MERCK
49. Follower of R.W.R. : GHWB
50. Howl : wolf :: bell : ___ : DEER
51. Noisy outburst : GALE
52. Powell Library locale, for short : UCLA
55. It lacks substance : PAP

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