New York Times, Friday, June 13, 2008

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 34 Missing: {FJQW} Spans: 3, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 112 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Shakespeare's Sir Toby ___ : BELCH
6. Italian architect Rossi : ALDO
10. Hot rod? : SPIT
14. Riotous : INANUPROAR
16. Part of the view in "A Room With a View" : ARNO
17. Organization concerned with good breeding : KENNELCLUB
18. Early career trajectory : RISE
19. First-aid expert, briefly : EMT
20. Vengeful Quaker of literature : AHAB
21. Pal, in Pau : AMI
22. Highest-scoring Scrabble word that doesn't use A, E, I, O or U : SYZYGY
25. Cryogenic refrigerant : ETHANE
28. Objects : AIMS
30. Health facility : SPA
31. Sony BMG record label : RCA
32. They have people eating in a lot : TAILGATEPARTIES
37. 1972 #1 hit for the Staple Singers : ILLTAKEYOUTHERE
38. Sentence fragments often beginning with "wh-" words : RELATIVECLAUSES
39. Nos. pressed after getting through : EXT
40. Neuter pronoun : ONE
41. "A Fine Romance" composer : KERN
42. Dorothy Lamour's trademark garment : SARONG
44. "You should really know better!" : TSKTSK
48. Org. that gives out Jazz Masters Awards : NEA
49. Something to do in a virtual room : CHAT
52. Satyajit Ray's "The ___ Trilogy" : APU
53. Cereal box nos. : RDAS
54. Piñata material : CREPEPAPER
57. Baseball team owner Moreno : ARTE
58. Pitcher? : SALESAGENT
59. Force divided by acceleration : MASS
60. Kids to watch out for : IMPS
61. 1950s sitcom family name : MERTZ
1. Exercise room lineup : BIKES
2. "Politics is the ___ of the imagination": Ian McEwan : ENEMY
3. Walter who created Woody Woodpecker : LANTZ
4. "Reliable Sources" broadcaster : CNN
5. Shade : HUE
6. Roguish : ARCH
7. "Run ___ Run" (1998 thriller) : LOLA
8. Smear (on) : DAUB
9. Divining device, in sci-fi : ORB
10. Opera impresario Caldwell : SARAH
11. Election year events : PRIMARIES
12. Two-faced : INSINCERE
13. Sock part : TOE
15. QB's talent : PLAYMAKING
23. Big Three locale : YALTA
24. Unit of explosive force : GIGATON
25. Dress uniform adornments : EPAULETTES
26. Golden Horde members : TARTARS
27. Moves carefully : EASES
29. First name shared by both founders of Apple : STEVE
30. Son of Sarek : SPOCK
32. Street contacts? : TIRES
33. Ripley who wrote the "Gone With the Wind" sequel "Scarlett" : ALEXANDRA
34. Abuses : ILLTREATS
35. Dollar bill symbol : EYE
36. Dull sound : THUNK
43. Travelers' stopping points : OASES
45. Come to the point? : TAPER
46. Used up : SPENT
47. Literary character whose last words are "The horror! The horror!" : KURTZ
49. Learn a lot, say : CRAM
50. Album after "Beatles VI" : HELP
51. Acts like : APES
53. Run into : RAM
54. Series of violent episodes? : CSI
55. Product sold in spray cans : PAM
56. Period : AGE

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