New York Times, Saturday, June 5, 2010

Author: Samuel A. Donaldson
Editor: Will Shortz
Samuel A. Donaldson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Donaldson. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Triumphant shout : JACKPOT
8. What some teens do on Saturday night : BABYSIT
15. Galina __, old Russian ballerina whose Moscow apartment is now a museum : ULANOVA
16. While restrained, as a dog : ONLEASH
17. Very tough thing to lick : NEMESIS
18. Impetuous sort : HOTSPUR
19. Thing with a bell guard : EPEE
20. Occupants of 33-Across : STEEDS
22. Boston skyscraper nickname, with "the" : PRU
23. Triumphant shout : AHA
24. "The Gypsy ___" ("Anything Goes" song) : INME
25. Reveal, to Shakespeare : SHEW
26. Org. concerned with court proceedings? : USTA
28. Dix follower : ONZE
29. Virgo's brightest star : SPICA
30. Triumphant shout : BINGO
32. Triumphant shout : HURRAY
33. Track adjuncts : STABLES
36. Of modern humans : SAPIENS
37. Triumphant shout : EUREKA
38. Triumphant shout : SWEET
39. Some small clubs : TREYS
40. Sweeping : EPIC
41. Large number : SCAD
45. Biographers' collections : ANAS
46. Faulkner's "Requiem for ___" : ANUN
47. Triumphant shout : OLE
48. Type on the left side?: Abbr. : DEM
49. Extreme : FRINGE
51. Shield border : ORLE
52. Players don't rush through them : ADAGIOS
54. Askew : SLANTED
56. Newsworthy : TOPICAL
57. Overwhelm, as with requests : BESIEGE
58. Take in : ENSNARE
59. Triumphant shout : YAHTZEE
1. Capital near Excursion Inlet : JUNEAU
2. Hebrew leaders? : ALEPHS
3. Charged : CAMEAT
4. Human equivalent of a horse's stifle : KNEE
5. Getters of letters: Abbr. : POS
6. Sheep's genus : OVIS
7. Occasions to compare noses : TASTINGS
8. Part of the République tchèque : BOHEME
9. Thermionic tube part : ANODE
10. Their outsides are usually toasted : BLTS
11. Triumphant shout : YES
12. Blue shade : SAPPHIRE
13. "You betcha!" : ISURECAN
14. Unlikely places for stop signs : THRUWAYS
21. ___ Angiolini (women's shoe brand) : ENZO
25. Sail extenders : SPRITS
27. St. Mary's and others : ABBEYS
28. 29-Down's number, maybe : ONEA
29. Apartment V.I.P. : SUPE
31. Breeds : ILKS
32. Feminine "this," to Brutus : HAEC
33. Did some planning : SETADATE
34. Lit : TURNEDON
35. Sightseeing aids : AREAMAPS
36. Visits along the way : SWINGSBY
38. Like yarn : SPUN
40. Maroon : ENISLE
42. "Lost" character Ana Lucia ___ : CORTEZ
43. Hold : ALLEGE
44. Myers who wrote "Why Women Should Rule the World" : DEEDEE
46. Clamorous : AROAR
49. Medicare funder, briefly : FICA
50. Magna Graecia colony : ELEA
51. Not procrastinating : ONIT
53. Triumphant shout : GIN
55. It buried Herculaneum : ASH

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