New York Times, Friday, June 30, 2006

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 30 Missing: none – this is a pangram Spans: 3, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 235 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Rotters : BADEGGS
8. Fabled fliers : CARPETS
15. Royal aide in charge of horses : EQUERRY
16. Pillar of a community : OBELISK
17. Drainageways : GULLIES
18. Polish national anthem, e.g. : MAZURKA
19. Bully's retort : SAYSME
20. TV address for kids, briefly : SESAMEST
21. Get tangled up : ENMESH
23. Baja's opposite : ALTA
27. When repeated, a vitamin B deficiency : BERI
28. Sap : PATSY
33. Requiring no care : MAINTENANCEFREE
36. It's not necessarily gold : ALLTHATGLITTERS
37. Figure used by marketing planners : NATIONALAVERAGE
38. Military plane acronym : AWACS
39. Virna ___ of "La Reine Margot" : LISI
40. Some sports drinks : ADES
41. Blemish : BLOTCH
43. In addition to : ASWELLAS
48. Prepare pupils for examination : DILATE
53. Buttress : SHOREUP
54. Trial location : JURYBOX
55. Turkish bath wear : TERRIES
56. Womb-related : UTERINE
57. "Probably ..." : ODDSARE
58. Goes in circles : GYRATES
1. Seeks change, maybe : BEGS
2. Pool shade : AQUA
3. As required : DULY
4. Seals' meals : EELS
5. Sandblaster's target : GRIME
6. Stew ingredient : GREENBEAN
7. Network: Abbr. : SYS
8. Brings up the rear : COMESINLAST
9. Embarrass : ABASH
10. Iran's ___ Shah Pahlavi : REZA
11. Coveted : PLUM
12. Revolutionary Michael Collins's country : EIRE
13. Tut's kin? : TSKS
14. Card game in which jacks are highest trumps : SKAT
20. Harems : SERAGLIOS
22. Senior moment, e.g. : MENTALLAPSE
23. Big name on the range? : AMANA
24. NBC Thursday night staple, 1986-94 : LALAW
25. ___-Whirl (midway ride) : TILTA
26. "To put an ___ disposition on": Hamlet : ANTIC
28. St. ___ Beach, Fla. : PETE
29. Broadcast workers' union : AFTRA
30. Opposite of baldness : TREAD
31. Conductor Koussevitzky : SERGE
32. Those in favor : YESES
34. Companion of Geo. or Wm. : THOS
35. Voting, it's said : CIVICDUTY
41. More down : BLUER
42. Whom a headhunter calls : HIRER
43. About : ASTO
44. Peel off : SHED
45. News : WORD
46. Screws up : ERRS
47. Princess in a spaceship : LEIA
49. Neighbor of Cygnus : LYRA
50. Not much : ABIT
51. Voice mail cue : TONE
52. Two in sixty-six? : EXES
54. Wine container : JUG

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