New York Times, Friday, June 24, 2005

Author: Eric Berlin
Editor: Will Shortz
Eric Berlin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 31 Missing: {GJWXZ} This is puzzle # 17 for Mr. Berlin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Article of clothing named after a race course : ASCOT
6. Brother of Bart, in 50's-60's TV : BRET
10. Yahoo! alternative : MSN
13. Stir : THECAN
15. Royal in a sari : RANI
16. 1995 name in legal news : ITO
17. Alternative to laces : VELCRO
18. Old sitcom family : RICARDOS
20. They're hung up to dry : SALAMIS
22. Start of a rumor : SOMESAY
23. Go (as) : MASQUERADE
25. Public order : ALE
28. Offsets : COUNTERACTS
31. ___ de soie (silk cloth) : PEAU
33. Kind of engr. : MECH
34. Encrypt? : INTER
35. Body discovered in 1841 : ROSSSEA
37. Advocate of strong governmental control : ETATIST
39. Red or raw lead-in : INTHE
40. Supergirl's real name : KARA
42. 1998 N.L. M.V.P. : SOSA
43. Symbol of freedom in a town square : LIBERTYPOLE
46. ___ Pensacola (mil. center) : NAS
47. Something often twisted apart : OREOCOOKIE
49. Magazine : ARSENAL
51. Fearless one? : FOSDICK
55. Like eight-tracks : OUTDATED
57. Concord : UNISON
58. Introduction to Latin? : NEO
59. Baby : DEAR
60. "Spill it!" : TELLME
61. Directional suffix : ERN
62. Start of a decision-making process : EENY
63. 1940's-50's All-Star who got his nickname from a kind of marble : REESE
1. Tanks, e.g., briefly : ATVS
2. 2000 World Series locale : SHEA
3. See 56-Down : CELL
4. Whence philosopher William : OCCAM
5. Place for a touchdown : TARMAC
6. "Turn up the heat!" : BRR
7. Party hearty : RAISETHEROOF
8. Ovation elicitation : ENCORE
9. Kahlúa's close cousin : TIAMARIA
10. Trunk : MIDSECTION
11. Feature of old Greek architecture : STOA
12. Not merely interested : NOSY
14. Reeking : NOISOME
19. Pharaohs, in the insect world : REDANTS
21. Pure : SQUEAKYCLEAN
24. The Tar Heels: Abbr. : UNC
25. 4, sometimes : APRIL
26. "Jurassic Park III" co-star : LEONI
27. Callahan Tunnel terminus : EASTBOSTON
29. "The Gondoliers" girl : TESSA
30. Muchachas: Abbr. : SRTAS
32. Led : USHERED
36. Woo, in a way : SERENADE
38. Resolve amicably, as an argument : TALKOUT
41. Sgt.'s address : APO
44. 100% : TOATEE
45. Noted studio head : EISNER
48. Ancient Roman magistrate : EDILE
49. Nonpareil : AONE
50. Who's sorry now? : RUER
52. Key : ISLE
53. Dot-___ : COMS
54. Meniscus location : KNEE
56. With 3-Down, battery type : DRY

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