New York Times, Friday, May 2, 2008

Author: Barry C. Silk
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry C. Silk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 27 Missing: {FJX} This is puzzle # 22 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Contest with many missions : SPACERACE
10. Showing shock : AGASP
15. Cousin of a Rob Roy : MANHATTAN
16. 1972 top 10 hit that's seven minutes long : LAYLA
17. Heads : OVERSEERS
18. Purification process, briefly : DECON
19. Pays : REMITS
20. Charge : TUTELAGE
22. Jagged : EROSE
23. "And their lies caused them ___": Amos 2:4 : TOERR
24. 1960s Elvis-style singer ___ Donner : RAL
25. Beach Boys title girl : RHONDA
27. Kid's query : CANI
28. "See It Now" producer of 1950s TV : CBSNEWS
31. Record listings? : CRIMES
33. Couple seen in a restaurant : SHAKERS
34. Ice relative : SHERBET
35. Some fishermen : EELERS
36. Sonata that might not sound good : USEDCAR
37. Turn over : CEDE
38. Leatherworking dyes : HENNAS
40. Philosopher Mo-___ : TZE
41. Some Bosnians : SERBS
42. Capital just south of the Equator : QUITO
47. Famous finger-pointer's declaration : IWANTYOU
49. Torpedo : GUNMAN
50. "Well, golly" : OHGEE
51. Declare "I will go no further than this" : DRAWALINE
53. ___ Wafers : NILLA
54. Became a participant : ENTEREDIN
55. George ___, longtime Cleveland Orchestra conductor : SZELL
56. Unrevivable : STONEDEAD
1. Gooey goody : SMORE
2. One of a lot of workers? : PAVER
3. Wind: Prefix : ANEMO
4. Rock on a stage : CHRIS
5. Bay Stater or Garden Stater : EASTERNER
6. Some are rural: Abbr. : RTES
7. Took sides? : ATE
8. Egg holders : CARTONS
9. Came after : ENSUED
10. Tree with catkins : ALDER
11. Iona College athlete : GAEL
12. "Sheesh!," south of the border : AYCARAMBA
13. One whose work may be catchy : SLOGANEER
14. "What's My Line?" participant : PANELIST
21. Bronchoscopist's view : TRACHEA
23. Garage jobs : TOWS
26. City where Chocolate Avenue crosses Cocoa Avenue : HERSHEY
27. Magazine figure, for short : CIRC
28. Kraft brand : CHEEZWHIZ
29. Great Seal image : BALDEAGLE
30. "I Wish" rapper ___-Lo : SKEE
32. Kazan Cathedral locale : REDSQUARE
33. Paper parts : SECTIONS
34. I.R.S. data: Abbr. : SSNS
36. Still "well," but not beyond : UNBURNT
39. Undermines : ERODES
41. Diamond datum : STEAL
43. Anarchic : UNLED
44. Ammonia derivative : IMIDE
45. "Lost" actress Raymonde : TANIA
46. Without a break : ONEND
48. 1994 Jodie Foster title role : NELL
49. "Jubilee Trail" novelist Bristow : GWEN
52. ___ Z : ATO

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