New York Times, Friday, June 4, 2004

Author: Sherry O. Blackard
Editor: Will Shortz
Sherry O. Blackard
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 24 Missing: {JQVXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 33 for Ms. Blackard. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "Blitzkrieg Bop" group, with "the" : RAMONES
8. Carrier's carrier : MAILBAG
15. Chapter : EPISODE
16. Old-time actress Taylor : ESTELLE
17. Be docile : DONTROCKTHEBOAT
19. Hit too high, say, with "out" : FLIED
20. Diamond status : ONEON
21. Logos and such: Abbr. : TMS
22. Bats : LOCO
23. Hägar the Horrible's dog : SNERT
24. Wool gatherer? : LOOM
25. Mehmet ___, builder of Istanbul's Blue Mosque : AGA
26. Tests the waters, in a way : WADES
27. Dutch treat : GOUDA
28. They've been known to cause a stink : GYMSHOES
30. Praised loudly : TOUTED
31. Super bosses? : LANDLORDS
33. Drink since 1961 : SPRITE
36. Wall Street workers : ANALYSTS
40. Rodgers and Hart's "___ Love" : THATS
41. How golf's Gary Player was named? : APTLY
42. Make tracks : HIE
43. Knock-down-drag-outs : ROWS
44. Letter opener? : ALPHA
45. Northumberland river : TYNE
46. N.Y.C. subway : IND
47. German boulevard : ALLEE
48. It's rolled in a bar : SUSHI
49. "Calm down!" : KEEPYOURSHIRTON
52. Sent with a click : EMAILED
53. St. Louis's ___ Airport : LAMBERT
54. Legal paper : RELEASE
55. Definitive answer : YESORNO
1. Danger sign : REDFLAG
2. Quarrel stopper, maybe : APOLOGY
3. TV news tool : MINICAM
4. Prefix with plastic : OSTEO
5. L'Étoile du ___, Minnesota's motto : NORD
6. ___ Period, depicted in "The Last Samurai" : EDO
7. Like some motions : SECONDED
8. They may be running along a street : METERS
9. Comparatively warm : ASHOT
10. L.A.-to-Jacksonville route : ITEN
11. Syr. neighbor : LEB
12. Obscure : BLOTOUT
13. See 50-Down : ALAMODE
14. Blows one's stack : GETSMAD
18. Good one : KNEESLAPPER
23. Lyon's river : SAONE
24. Punk : LOUSY
26. Lynyrd Skynyrd's "___ Your Name" : WHATS
27. Pietistic : GODLY
29. Snakes' eyes : SLITS
30. Skipping notes : TRALA
32. Behind one's back : ONTHESLY
33. This won't work : STRIKER
34. "Call!" : PHONEME
35. Instance of unfairness : RAWDEAL
37. Pettifogger : SHYSTER
38. Small potatoes player : TINHORN
39. X-ray, for example : SEEINTO
41. Refer : ALLUDE
44. Fugard's "A Lesson From ___" : ALOES
45. Supercharger : TURBO
47. "The Shelters of Stone" heroine : AYLA
48. Saxophonist Zoot : SIMS
50. With 13-Down, a diner order : PIE
51. "O Tibbie, I ___ seen the day": Burns : HAE

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