New York Times, Friday, May 30, 2003

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 32 Missing: {FJX} This is puzzle # 48 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "The Fall" guy? : CAMUS
6. It's smaller than English : PICA
10. Temple of the Sun worshiper : INCA
14. ___ barrel : OVERA
15. Load : ONUS
16. Wired package : BALE
17. Actress Ina : BALIN
18. Medieval armor-busting weapon : WARHAMMER
20. Printing capital : BLOCKLETTER
22. 60's pop star Little ___ : EVA
23. Holy Roman emperor : LOTHAIR
24. Verb type: Abbr. : INT
25. Harden : SET
26. Suffix with despond : ENT
27. One with a round head : PAWN
29. Roar : BLARE
31. Italian painter Reni : GUIDO
33. Falsified : COOKED
34. It has drops and bolts : THUNDERSHOWER
37. Young pigs : SHOATS
38. Investment : STAKE
39. Helping theorem : LEMMA
40. Organ part : STOP
41. Taste : SIP
44. Simple ticket order : ONE
45. Meat in French cuisine : COQ
47. "Bathers" painter : CEZANNE
50. Equinox mo. : SEP
51. It's in your hand : KNUCKLEBONE
53. What each word in 18-, 20-, 34- and 51-Across could be considered : HEADSTART
55. Not at all quiet : VOCAL
56. Sharpness : EDGE
57. Filled treat : OREO
58. Like most planetary orbits : OVATE
59. Vat preparations : DYES
60. Striking end : PEEN
61. Famous : NOTED
1. Save one's sole? : COBBLE
2. Toyota model : AVALON
3. Giant among Giants : MELOTT
4. "Spenser: For Hire" star : URICH
5. Kraft Foods brand : SANKA
6. Sport drink put out by Coca-Cola : POWERADE
7. ___ the kill : INAT
8. Jane of "Coneheads" : CURTIN
9. Pallid : ASHEN
10. Dell competitor : IBM
11. One handled the same way? : NAMESAKE
12. Less dense : CLEVERER
13. Turned, as topsoil : AERATED
19. Coffee table tome, perhaps : ARTBOOK
21. Greasy organic compounds : LIPIDS
28. Most appalling : WORST
30. Brat Pack member : LOWE
31. Locale of some U.S. naval forces : GUAM
32. Takes down, as a poster : UNTACKS
33. Service area, say : CHAPEL
34. Alms recipients : THENEEDY
35. Modern place of entry : HOMEPAGE
36. California gold rush town : STOCKTON
37. Pie-eyed : SLOSHED
40. Plaza : SQUARE
41. Vehicle with caterpillar treads : SNOCAT
42. Not learned : INNATE
43. Like apples in pies : PEELED
46. Leading the pack : ONTOP
48. "Werewolves of London" singer, 1978 : ZEVON
49. From the beginning: Lat. : ABOVO
52. Canadian Indian : CREE
54. ___ Peres (St. Louis suburb) : DES

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