New York Times, Monday, June 5, 2006

Author: Fred Piscop
Editor: Will Shortz
Fred Piscop
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: {FJQZ} This is puzzle # 105 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Padlocked fasteners : HASPS
6. Diet drink phrase : NOCAL
11. Beaver's work : DAM
14. God to a Muslim : ALLAH
15. Ralph's wife on "The Honeymooners" : ALICE
16. Brazilian hot spot : RIO
17. Levy on consumer goods : NUISANCETAX
19. I love: Lat. : AMO
20. Rock concert blasters : AMPS
21. Web address ender : ORG
22. Shovel user : DIGGER
24. Chopped liver spread : PATE
26. Makes safe : SECURES
27. "Evita" star Patti : LUPONE
30. ___ Quimby (Beverly Cleary heroine) : RAMONA
31. Dizzying designs : OPART
32. Most common throw with two dice : SEVEN
33. "Moo" maker : COW
36. Cut and paste, say : EDIT
37. Starts of 17- and 55-Across, and 11- and 29-Down, impolitely : NAMES
38. Knotty wood : PINE
39. Rockers ___ Jovi : BON
40. Red-tag events : SALES
41. Explorer ___ de León : PONCE
42. Popular candy bar : KITKAT
44. Stuck out : BULGED
45. Source of a licoricelike flavoring : ANISEED
47. Piece of rodeo gear : ROPE
48. Fountain treat : MALTED
49. Have the flu, maybe : AIL
50. Was a fink : SANG
54. Humorist Shriner : WIL
55. Exterminator's work : PESTCONTROL
58. Street crosser: Abbr. : AVE
59. Songstress Gormé : EYDIE
60. Striker's demand : RAISE
61. "So's ___ old man!" : YER
62. Hatchlings' homes : NESTS
63. Cosmetician Elizabeth : ARDEN
1. Mandlikova of tennis : HANA
2. Homecoming attendee, for short : ALUM
3. Woman's undergarment : SLIP
4. Globetrotter's document : PASSPORT
5. Oldies group ___ Na Na : SHA
6. Mother-of-pearl : NACRE
7. Cassini of fashion : OLEG
8. Op. ___ (footnote abbr.) : CIT
9. College professors, e.g. : ACADEMES
10. Dictionary : LEXICON
11. Activity on a strip : DRAGRACING
12. Actress Anouk : AIMEE
13. Othello's people : MOORS
18. Post-it message : NOTE
23. Pistol, e.g. : GUN
25. Aardvark's morsel : ANT
26. Doesn't spend everything : SAVES
27. Leopold's co-defendant in 1920's crime : LOEB
28. High hair style : UPDO
29. Morphine, e.g. : PAINKILLER
30. Convened anew : REMET
32. "Rabbit food" : SALAD
34. Years back : ONCE
35. Lawn intruder : WEED
37. Unaided sight : NAKEDEYE
38. Guiding light : POLESTAR
40. Increase in verticality : STEEPEN
41. Young seal : PUP
43. Believer's suffix : IST
44. Tie with a clasp : BOLO
45. Home products seller : AMWAY
46. Artless : NAIVE
47. Reduces to bits : RICES
49. Going ___ (bickering) : ATIT
51. Dry as dust : ARID
52. Scent detector : NOSE
53. Secluded valley : GLEN
56. 60's protest grp. : SDS
57. Pro-Second Amendment grp. : NRA

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