New York Times, Thursday, June 29, 2006

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {KWY} This is puzzle # 108 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. B-ball legend with a career 30,026 points : DRJ
4. Angry with : CROSSAT
11. Fortune : HAP
14. Evian, e.g. : EAU
15. Sierra Nevada, e.g. : PALEALE
16. A diva might have a big one : EGO
17. Smoking or drinking in a small town? : VILLAGEVICE
19. Smartness : LIP
20. Mind set? : IDEAS
21. Freckle, e.g. : DOT
22. U.S.M.A. grads : LTS
23. Natl. Piano Mo. : SEPT
24. What well-pitched baseballs do? : MISSTHEBAT
28. Playboy types, briefly : EDS
29. Start making all one's shots, say : GETHOT
30. Sorority girl : ZETA
31. "___ luck!" : LOTSA
32. Traffic court judge, at times : FINER
33. Items sold at Baskin-Robbins? : FREEZINGPINTS
37. "Smart" guys : ALECS
38. To love, in Italy : AMARE
39. "___ sia" (Italian "amen") : COSI
40. Related on the father's side : AGNATE
42. Letters to a mathematician : QED
45. Chalice in a chapel? : CUPDEGRACE
47. Yellowfin, e.g. : TUNA
48. "___ tu" (aria) : ERI
49. "Let's not forget ?" : TOO
50. Ones most wanted : ALIST
51. Something to be picked : NIT
52. Mysterious phenomena ? or a clue to solving 17-, 24-, 33- and 45-Across : CROPCIRCLES
56. Literary inits. : TSE
57. Danish cheese : HAVARTI
58. Kind of cross : TAU
59. Test taker's admonitions : SHS
60. Not really interested in anybody : ASEXUAL
61. Penn, e.g., in N.Y.C. : STN
1. Work out : DEVISE
2. Like refrigerators, often : RAIDED
3. Kentucky Derby refreshments : JULEPS
4. 1040 experts, for short : CPAS
5. Item in a mechanic's hip pocket : RAG
6. Word of encouragement : OLE
7. Unspecified no. : SEV
8. Gave one's approval : SAIDSO
9. Transcendentalist Bronson ___ : ALCOTT
10. Sprocket parts : TEETH
11. Completely committed : HELLBENT
12. Stirs : AGITATES
13. Spin magazine profilee : POPSTAR
18. G.P.S. fig. : LAT
24. City on the Moselle : METZ
25. Odd-sounding albeit grammatical answer to "Who's there?" : ITSI
26. Next-to-last performers at the first Woodstock : SHANANA
27. Slate.com, e.g. : EZINE
29. Converts (to) : GOES
31. Massenet opera : LECID
32. Boot or can : FIRE
33. "Ta-da!," e.g. : FLOURISH
34. Breaks : RESPITES
35. Auto financing co. : GMAC
36. Spread out at a party? : PATE
37. Foreigners' giveaways : ACCENTS
40. Ancient markets : AGORAS
41. Place for a needle : GROOVE
42. Bees' output : QUILTS
43. Put on a throne : ENSEAT
44. Car introduced in the U.S. in 1960 : DATSUN
46. ___ Sketch (toy) : ETCHA
47. What Dr. Mom administers : TLC
50. Seed covering : ARIL
53. Latin Mass subject : PAX
54. High-quality French vineyard : CRU
55. Give ___ go : ITA

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