New York Times, Friday, May 21, 2010

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 27 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 130 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Roll call calls : LASTNAMES
10. Sedan chair accessories : POLES
15. Alert : ONTHEBALL
16. Before: Fr. : AVANT
17. Made ends meet somehow : SCRAPEDBY
18. Product once advertised as having Solium : RINSO
19. Magazine founded by abolitionists in 1865 : THENATION
20. Use as an ingredient : ADDIN
21. Beach bag item : TOWEL
22. Got award after award : SWEPT
24. "A very high price to pay for maturity," per Tom Stoppard : AGE
25. Colorful ring : IRIS
26. Order indiscriminately : BOSSAROUND
28. Playing pieces : MEN
29. Bass part : FIN
30. Easy to catch, say : SLOW
31. Robert L. Fish Memorial Award and others : EDGARS
33. Adult humans have 12 of these : MOLARS
37. What a building inspector inspects : SITE
39. Speak on the record? : RAP
40. Nice touch : PAT
41. Belmont and Preakness, for two : STAKERACES
45. Animal on Mauritius's coat of arms : DODO
46. Simple card game : WAR
47. Hair hider : DORAG
48. Marshal Tito's first name : JOSIP
49. Stagger : AMAZE
51. Band name that has an umlaut over the "n" : SPINALTAP
53. Descendants of Japheth : MAGOG
54. Swinging place? : HOMEPLATE
55. Projection : PRONG
56. Cramped vehicle : ONESEATER
57. Jerks : YANKS
58. Garment with no waistline : TENTDRESS
1. Something to make up for : LOSTTIME
2. Not going anywhere : ANCHORED
3. Tossing about : STREWING
4. Old English aristocrats : THANES
5. So-called "Land of the Gods" : NEPAL
6. Give shelter, perhaps : ABET
7. Mermaid's name in "Splash" : MADISON
8. Some pipe fittings : ELBOWS
9. Cunning : SLYNESS
10. ___ unit (military squad with a jumpmaster) : PARATROOP
11. Poet exiled by Augustus : OVID
12. Victorian vehicle : LANDAU
13. Banner : ENSIGN
14. Blitzed : STONED
23. Las ___ (capital of Gran Canaria) : PALMAS
26. Publike eatery : BISTRO
27. Hundred Acre Wood resident : OWL
29. What a cook makes when told to "flop two" : FRIEDEGGS
32. Advice for clearing up confusion : ASK
34. One who loses faith : APOSTATE
35. Projects : RADIATES
36. Plugs : STOPPERS
38. Secrets are usually not revealed in this : EARSHOT
39. Training recommendation : REGIMEN
41. Camp ___ ("Beetle Bailey" setting) : SWAMPY
42. Soap opera actress Braun : TAMARA
43. Kingdom that once included Sicily and Sardinia : ARAGON
44. Chicago Outfit bigwig : CAPONE
45. George, so to speak : DOLLAR
48. Poked fun : JAPED
50. Hit the hay hard, with "out" : ZONK
52. Sticks in a bowl? : NEST

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