New York Times, Saturday, June 28, 2008

Author: Byron Walden
Editor: Will Shortz
Byron Walden
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 50 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Holder of many a sandwich : ZIPLOCBAG
10. They come with strings attached : HARPS
15. Piquant base for a sandwich : ONIONROLL
16. Heart of ancient Athens : AGORA
17. 2005 reality show hosted by Fabio : MRROMANCE
18. They come with strings attached : YOYOS
19. Steam-driven devices that pump water from mines : BEAMENGINES
21. Letter getter: Abbr. : ATH
22. "Lost" actor Somerhalder : IAN
23. Track numbers : ODDS
24. Video from a kidnappee's family, e.g. : PLEA
25. Coming right back at you? : ECHOIC
29. Save : SOCKAWAY
31. Playwright Peter of "Equus" : SHAFFER
33. Cramped quarters : WARRENS
34. "Where's my serpent of old ___?": "Antony and Cleopatra" : NILE
35. "Gilgamesh," e.g. : EPOS
36. Dinette settings : ALCOVES
39. Heart failures? : RENEGES
43. Doesn't need more seasoning : TASTESOK
45. Pelvic bone : SACRUM
46. Eponymous oilman Halliburton : ERLE
47. Not kosher : TREF
49. Janissary commander : AGA
50. Chemical suffix : IDE
51. Item called a geyser in Britain : WATERHEATER
55. Change at the top? : NEWDO
57. Ingredient in a mojito highball : SPEARMINT
58. Gull : TRICK
59. Goes yellow, say : TURNSTAIL
60. Malcolm X eulogist Davis : OSSIE
61. Will work? : OPEDESSAY
1. Corps of corpses : ZOMBIES
2. Gettable : INREACH
3. Ruthless type : PIRANHA
4. 1785 invention of England's Edmund Cartwright : LOOM
5. "All Eyez ___" (1996 Tupac Shakur album) : ONME
6. Start of some blended juice names : CRAN
7. What a beatnik beats : BONGO
8. Auks, puffins and related birds : ALCIDS
9. Owen ___, rebel in Shakespeare's "King Henry IV" : GLENDOWER
10. Makes bales, say : HAYS
11. Long ___ : AGO
12. The "I" of Elizabeth I? : ROYALWE
13. Changeable : PROTEAN
14. Steps lively : SASHAYS
20. Houdini's stock in trade : ESCAPES
24. Unit that's larger than 19 trillion miles : PARSEC
26. Prominent : OFNOTE
27. San Diego-to-Seattle rte. : IFIVE
28. "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" instrument : CELESTA
30. 100 aurar : KRONA
32. Uses in desperation : RESORTSTO
36. Corroded : ATEINTO
37. Storage rooms : LARDERS
38. Anthony Hopkins role in "Shadowlands" : CSLEWIS
40. "Deo ___" : GRATIAS
41. Southern historical novelist Price : EUGENIA
42. With fashion sense : SMARTLY
44. Not lag : KEEPUP
48. Beau-___ (French in-law) : FRERE
51. More than stirred : WOKE
52. Flush, for one : HAND
53. Manx relative : ERSE
54. A bushel and a peck?: Abbr. : AMTS
56. Century starter in the papacy of Gregory I : DCI

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