New York Times, Saturday, May 19, 2007

Author: Byron Walden
Editor: Will Shortz
Byron Walden
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 28 Missing: {XZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 41 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Person who says one thing and means another : SYMBOLIST
10. Crime lab items : SWABS
15. With 16-Across, title time in a 1961 #1 hit by Gary U.S. Bonds : QUARTERTO
16. See 15-Across : THREE
17. Language of 47-Down : UKRAINIAN
18. "Homey!" : MYMAN
19. Contingencies : IFS
20. Public station : CASTE
21. Not leave as is : AMEND
22. Sitcom set in Houston : REBA
24. Percolate : SEEP
25. Tears : RENDS
26. Simeon the Great and his successors : TSARS
28. Foul smoke : STOGY
30. 16-Across, in another way : III
31. Run : STRING
33. Terse identification : HER
34. Rank informality? : CAPN
35. Like the Supremes and the Go-Go's : ALLFEMALE
38. Acoustic instruments : JUGS
41. Band name heard in Morse code on its single "Secret Messages" : ELO
42. Tabooed : FORBAD
46. Grp. founded in part by the Y.M.C.A. : USO
47. Time for a fresh start? : ONEBC
49. Like Eddie Murphy's Norbit : NERDY
50. Parceled : METED
52. Christian pop singer Tornquist : EVIE
54. Brief salutation : SIRS
55. Lighter : BARGE
56. Devotee : FIEND
58. Wee dram : NIP
59. Doesn't deviate from : OBEYS
60. Noted Joffrey Ballet dancer of the 1980s : RONREAGAN
62. Strikes abruptly : CLAPS
63. Flat, for example : OUTOFTUNE
64. Mississippi's ___ State University : DELTA
65. Woman who flexes her muscles : MSOLYMPIA
1. WD-40 applications : SQUIRTS
2. It's one funny thing after another : YUKFEST
3. Classic chocolate treat : MARSBAR
4. Foundation supporter : BRA
5. Narc tail? : OTIC
6. Olin and Horne : LENAS
7. Bearded perennials : IRISES
8. Say something to which people reply "Duh!" : STATETHEOBVIOUS
9. Debussy's "La Mer," e.g. : TONEPOEM
10. Assumption subject : STMARY
11. Question from the picked-upon : WHYME
12. Place to spend drams : ARMENIA
13. Spicy serving in a bowl : BEANDIP
14. Plays, as a sub : SENDSIN
23. Soprano's repertoire : ARIAS
27. Mr. Bill's outlet, once: Abbr. : SNL
29. Golden Slam winner of 1988 : GRAF
32. Rustic-sounding man's name : GLEN
34. Biggest part of a certain belt : CERES
36. Escape : FLEEFROM
37. McCallister of "The Story of Seabiscuit," 1949 : LON
38. Institutional investment : JUMBOCD
39. Fit : USEABLE
40. Lost the frivolity : GOTREAL
43. Rear : BRINGUP
44. Eighth-century pope in office for 23 years : ADRIANI
45. Breathing trouble : DYSPNEA
47. Birthplace of Yakov Smirnoff : ODESSA
48. Hundred, in Honduras : CIENTO
51. The Bible's Mizraim, today : EGYPT
53. Register : ENROL
57. Beard : DEFY
61. Place to get five Jacksons, say : ATM

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