New York Times, Friday, May 21, 2004

Author: Eric Berlin
Editor: Will Shortz
Eric Berlin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 31 Missing: {JQXYZ} This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Berlin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Title character in an Aesop fable : ANDROCLES
10. Palace, in Hindi : MAHAL
15. Modern mall feature : FOODCOURT
16. Ancient mall : AGORA
17. Person of some account : TREASURER
18. Domestic comedy of 1983 : MRMOM
19. "The X-Files" topics, for short : ETS
20. Discontinued coin : PESETA
22. Record label inits. : EMI
23. Maintains, as a violin : ROSINS
26. Coupling : TIE
27. Bruno, e.g. : SAN
28. Conned : SNOWED
29. Letters at Camp Lejeune : USMC
31. Fundraising grp. : PTA
32. Exceedingly, with "so" : EVER
34. "King Kong" attire : APESUIT
36. Boxing outcome? : STORAGE
39. Never : NOTONCE
40. Wife of Theseus : PHAEDRA
41. 1856 Stowe novel : DRED
42. Cry sometimes made with hands on one's head : EEK
43. River known anciently as Obringa : AARE
45. On the right and left : AROUND
49. Alternative to Pl. or Ct. : CIR
50. The 21st, e.g.: Abbr. : CEN
51. Actress Kazan : LAINIE
52. First name in tyranny : IDI
53. Monthly : MENSAL
55. Capitol V.I.P. : SEN
56. Backed : AIDED
58. Befuddle : DISORIENT
61. Seating sections : LOGES
62. Baroque : ELABORATE
63. Inscribed stone : STELE
64. New in the area, maybe : RESETTLED
1. Dessert, in Dover : AFTERS
2. Trixie of 1950's TV : NORTON
3. Possible rebuttal in a childish argument : DOESSO
4. Food stat. : RDA
5. It turns out lts. : OCS
6. Fancy finishes : COUPSDEGRACE
7. Loss leader, e.g. : LURE
8. 1974 hit subtitled "Touch the Wind" : ERESTU
9. Singer with the 1980 #1 album "Guilty" : STREISAND
10. "Oh, ___!" : MAMA
11. Cabinet dept. : AGR
12. Folksy : HOMESPUN
13. Like roses : AROMATIC
14. Protect, in a way : LAMINATE
21. Part of the brain associated with memory : TEMPORALLOBE
24. "If ___ you ..." : IWERE
25. Place name that in Spanish means "covered in snow" : NEVADA
30. It's usually abbreviated "c." : CETERA
33. See 48-Down : REARENDER
35. "Same here!" : SODOI
36. They might be written on a blackboard : SPECIALS
37. Classic 1868 novel set in St. Petersburg : THEIDIOT
38. City west of Knoxville : OAKRIDGE
44. Store on a farm : ENSILE
46. Open : UNSEAL
47. Nothing, in Napoli : NIENTE
48. Like a car, after a 33-Down : DENTED
53. Stock: Abbr. : MDSE
54. Botanist Gray and others : ASAS
57. Unagi, at a sushi bar : EEL
59. Go bad : ROT
60. N.Y.C. subway : IRT

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