New York Times, Friday, July 1, 2005

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 62, Blocks: 37 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 96 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Not fill something all the way, say : SKIMP
6. Grabbed, as an opportunity : LEAPTAT
13. Grilling spot : PATIO
14. Pioneers : SETTLERS
15. Stuck, after "in" : ABIND
16. It begins "On my honor ?" : SCOUTOATH
17. They're covered with sheets when in use : MUSICSTANDS
19. "___ sport!" : BEA
20. The King's daughter : LISAMARIE
21. Kick, so to speak : CARP
22. Had half a role in producing : SIRED
23. "Calvin and Hobbes" girl : SUSIE
24. Called : TITLED
26. Clobbered : SMOKED
27. Ones with crossed arms, traditionally : GENIES
28. Brings down : SHAMES
29. Its capital is Dresden : SAXONY
30. Everything : THELOT
31. Bell sound : CLANG
32. Thin as ___ : ARAIL
33. Jumper : HARE
34. Deep Throat's identity : WMARKFELT
38. "Disgusting!" : ICK
39. Ignores : LEAVESALONE
41. One with a night job : STARGAZER
43. "Caligula" playwright : CAMUS
44. Kind of show : MINSTREL
45. Divisions politiques : ETATS
46. Raked over the coals : SCATHED
47. Pick up : SENSE
1. Contents of a modern flood : SPAM
2. Onetime capital of the Mogul Empire : KABUL
3. Formal declaration : ITISI
4. Gizmos used in 5-Down : MINIS
5. Modern media form : PODCASTING
6. Author Andreyev, called "The Edgar Allan Poe of Russian Literature" : LEONID
7. Noted exercise? : ETUDE
8. Firm parts: Abbr. : ATTS
9. U.N. observer grp. : PLO
10. Picnic container in Britain : TEABASKET
11. Pikes : ARTERIES
12. Like the bone in a loin steak : TSHAPED
14. Yellow : SCARED
16. What knockouts get : STARES
18. "I'm just kidding!" indicator : SMILEY
21. Clinton cabinet member : CUOMO
23. British band with the 1967 hit "Itchycoo Park" : SMALLFACES
24. Southern border city : TEXARKANA
25. All-___ : INONE
26. Powerful, alluring men : SHEIKS
27. Immense : GALACTIC
28. Divider? : SHARER
29. Breaks : SCHISMS
30. Sunday newspaper section : TRAVEL
32. Slack-jawed, maybe : AMAZED
34. "___ all frail": Angelo in "Measure for Measure" : WEARE
35. Lift up : ELATE
36. Employee of the fictional Wagner Company for 34 years : LOMAN
37. Some bolt holders : TNUTS
39. Geom. measure : LGTH
40. Start of North Carolina's motto : ESSE
42. Alphabetic trio : RST

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