New York Times, Saturday, May 29, 2004

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 26 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 62 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Good clean fun? : BUBBLEBATH
11. Bolted : SHUT
15. Typical Scarlatti work : OPERASERIA
16. Bar ___ : NONE
17. Public relations people : ADVANCEMEN
18. Leading ammunition maker : OLIN
19. Film featuring Slinky Dog and Hamm the Pig : TOYSTORY
20. Waste time : DAWDLE
22. One of a matched pair, maybe : HERS
23. Henpecks : CARPSAT
24. Mount ___, highest peak in the Rockies : ELBERT
27. Most sexually alluring : FOXIEST
28. Pick up from school : LEARN
29. Was older than : FOREDATED
31. Regrettable : SAD
32. Tosses it in : FOLDS
33. Pulse quickener, say : IRE
34. They snip and clip : EDGETOOLS
37. TV show created by Steven Bochco : LALAW
39. Fine : PENALTY
40. In an ugly way : FOULLY
41. Able to bear : FERTILE
42. Pink-slip : BOOT
43. Castel Sant'___ (Roman museum) : ANGELO
44. Ajar : HALFOPEN
48. Old nick : SCAR
49. Carnival game played with a mallet : WHACKAMOLE
51. Proctor's call : TIME
52. Drinks made with mixers : MILKSHAKES
53. Husky burden : SLED
54. They're full of life : ECOSYSTEMS
1. Salt holder : BOAT
2. Beehive, e.g. : UPDO
3. Multitude : BEVY
4. More impudent : BRASHER
5. Light case : LANTERN
6. Ford model introduced in 1981 : ESCORT
7. What "Britney Spears" means in rhyming slang : BEERS
8. It may go into action : ARMY
9. Even finish : TIE
10. Stone Age relics : HANDAXES
11. Stir-fry tidbit : SNOWPEA
12. Freezes : HOLDSSTILL
13. Done on one side : UNILATERAL
14. Precept : TENET
21. Bone-dry : ARID
23. Some trousers : CORDS
24. "Anything ___" (Woody Allen film) : ELSE
25. Number 2, e.g. : LEADPENCIL
26. Cheating-woman-with-an-angry-husband con : BADGERGAME
27. Unwise undertaking : FOLLY
29. Historical author seen on PBS's "The Civil War" : FOOTE
30. ___-eyed (naive) : DEWY
32. Restaurant hostess's command : FOLLOWME
35. Typed in : ENTERED
36. Final portion : TAIL
37. Scrubbers : LOOFAHS
38. Retro restaurant : AUTOMAT
40. Like Ma and Pa Kettle : FOLKSY
41. Some religious observances : FASTS
42. Bets on : BACKS
44. Good sign? : HALO
45. Stick : POKE
46. Low-grade?: Abbr. : ELEM
47. 1987 Costner role : NESS
50. Coca-Cola drink brand : HIC

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