New York Times, Saturday, June 18, 2005

Author: Sherry O. Blackard
Editor: Will Shortz
Sherry O. Blackard
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 25 Missing: {JQVX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 41 for Ms. Blackard. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Canal adjuncts : TOWPATHS
9. Levelers : SHIMS
14. Where Yankee Doodle stuck a feather : INHISHAT
15. Present request : OPENIT
16. One of many at the U.N. headquarters : FLAGPOLE
17. Floating lure : DRYFLY
18. Less likely to be winded : FITTER
19. The best you can be, Freudian-style : EGOIDEAL
21. Like Atahualpa : INCAN
22. Nasdaq debut : IPO
23. Having 9-Downs, maybe : GARNI
24. Royal Crown product : NEHI
25. Part of an electrolytic exchange : ANION
27. California's Santa ___ Valley : YNEZ
28. Sufferer of a crushing defeat in 1936 : ALFLANDON
31. Nasdaq relative : ASE
32. Distressed ones? : DAMSELS
34. Sat in the hot sun : BROILED
36. Waterfront org. : ILA
37. Medley group : RELAYTEAM
39. Elite alternative : PICA
41. Bob preceder : SIREE
42. ___-Utu (capital of Wallis and Futuna) : MATA
45. Angle irons : LBARS
47. Old Serbian capital : NIS
48. Makes small potatoes of? : RICES
49. Dash indicator : OILGAUGE
51. Calms : HUSHES
52. Half-___ (track specialists) : MILERS
53. She went down in 1898 : THEMAINE
55. Like : AKINTO
56. Some are wind-powered : TURBINES
57. Bobbery : SETTO
58. Emery boards, e.g. : ABRADERS
1. Lunch, in Lancaster : TIFFIN
2. Seeing the sites? : ONLINE
3. Jigger : WHATCHAMACALLIT
4. Queues in salons : PIGTAILS
5. Fall film festival site : ASPEN
6. Iron-gloved one : THOR
7. Sutton of the P.G.A. : HAL
8. Saturate with : STEEPIN
9. Shoot : SPRIG
10. Prime time : HEYDAY
11. Land mine, e.g. : INFERNALMACHINE
12. Alla ___ (dipped in beaten eggs, then in breadcrumbs/Parmesan, and fried in butter) : MILANESE
13. Conformed to a certain art treatment : STYLIZED
15. Prefix with meter : ODO
20. Waves often accompany them : GOODBYES
22. Like many an injured arm : INASLING
25. Frankfurter's "everything" : ALLES
26. One of four direcciones : NORTE
29. Ending with two : FER
30. Arca de ___ (boat in la biblia) : NOE
32. Psychiatrists' hang-ups? : DIPLOMAS
33. 1915 Ring Lardner story : ALIBIIKE
35. 1971 Neil Diamond hit : IAMISAID
38. Puccini's "O mio babbino caro," e.g. : ARIETTA
40. Silver, in heraldry : ARGENT
43. Youth : TEENER
44. Put a duty on : ASSESS
46. Giuseppe ___ a k a Pope Pius X : SARTO
48. So-called "dance of love" : RUMBA
50. "For the Boys" subj. : USO
51. Title of respect abroad : HERR
54. Activity center : HUB

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