New York Times, Friday, June 15, 2001

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 32 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 132 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
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1. Hereditary prince : EMIR
5. One of two, e.g. : HALF
9. Pull on : TUGAT
14. Helps for a time : TIDESOVER
16. Places in the heart : ATRIA
17. Start of a famous motto from literature : ALLFORONE
18. Farley Granger's role in "Hans Christian Andersen" : NIELS
19. Tables : LAYSASIDE
20. Tallboy, e.g. : GLASS
21. Indian ___ : RED
22. Japanese sandals : ZORIS
24. Juan Carlos, to his people : ELREY
27. Electronic trial : BETATEST
30. Fictional Edwin : DROOD
31. Sourpuss : GLOOMYGUS
32. Where the NEAR space probe landed : EROS
33. Line up : QUEUE
34. Darkness : MURK
35. Ridicule : POKEFUNAT
37. Is at the end of one's rope? : HANGS
38. Advance portion of a book or magazine : PREPRINT
39. Perfume : CENSE
40. Pan, e.g. : DEITY
41. Florida football team, on a 44-Across : JAX
42. Early automaker Harry C. ___ : STUTZ
44. Record keeper : SCORECARD
50. Dark orange-yellow : TOPAZ
51. 1983 America's Cup winner : AUSTRALIA
52. Good snorkeling site : ATOLL
53. Gives a false alarm : CRIESWOLF
54. Like a game overtime : TENSE
55. The constellation Carina : KEEL
56. Pudding ingredient : SUET
1. Substitute for unmentioned text : ETAL
2. Uris's "___ 18" : MILA
3. One way to stand by : IDLY
4. Judges : REFS
5. Rocker, in kiddie-talk : HORSEY
6. Bypass : AVOID
7. Allow to use : LEND
8. Complete exclusion : FREEZEOUT
9. Seven-piece Chinese puzzle : TANGRAM
10. Flexible baseball player : UTILITYMAN
11. Lubricators : GREASEGUNS
12. "What ___ you?" (doc's query) : AILS
13. Putin quoter : TASS
15. Zoomed : SOARED
23. Some Sooners : OTOE
24. Wrongdoing : ERROR
25. Regarded : LOOKEDUPON
26. Composition of a proverbial soft bed : ROSEPETALS
27. Vocal complaint : BLEAT
28. Computer hazard : SURGE
29. They're intended to instill shame : TSKS
30. "Ed Wood" title role player : DEPP
31. Big bag : GUNNYSACK
33. Bail out : QUIT
36. Form into small, crisp curls : FRIZZLE
37. Good spellers? : HEXERS
39. Trustbuster's concern : CARTEL
41. Actress Bissett : JOSIE
42. Temperature regulator, informally : STAT
43. Convey : TOTE
45. Pickle : CURE
46. Avian sounds : CAWS
47. Jesus, for one : ALOU
48. Get to : RILE
49. Crackers : DAFT

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