New York Times, Friday, July 11, 2008

Author: Barry C. Silk
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry C. Silk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 25 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. It can be used to get your balance : ATMCARD
8. It's flaky and nutty : BAKLAVA
15. Fine trappings : REGALIA
16. Modem, e.g. : ENCODER
17. Activity in which stakes may be laid : CAMPING
18. Suspect eliminator, often : DNATEST
19. Hatch ___ : APLOT
20. Big name in Web-based correspondence : GMAIL
22. Old televangelism letters : PTL
23. Ice : DOIN
24. Appropriate : SEIZE
25. Play to ___ : ATIE
26. Early Japanese P.M. Hirobumi ___ : ITO
27. Old sitcom couple's surname : MERTZ
28. Reads online : EMAGS
29. Comparable to a pin? : ASNEAT
31. Buoys : ELEVATES
33. Ranked : AROW
35. Square : EVEN
36. So-called "Texas White House," once : LBJRANCH
40. Natives of Umm Qasr : IRAQIS
44. Minor's opposite : ADULT
45. Back ___ : FORTY
47. Stay-at-home worker? : UMP
48. Beep, say : PAGE
49. Date preceder : CIRCA
50. Gifford's replacement as Philbin's co-host : RIPA
51. Barrister's deg. : LLB
52. Cloudiness : BLEAR
53. Charming person? : HEXER
54. Very hot : ATABOIL
56. Ascii alternative : UNICODE
58. Argue : CONTEND
59. Degree divisions : MINUTES
60. Holds out : ENDURES
61. Doctor's order : BEDREST
1. Peaceful place : ARCADIA
2. Ones left holding the bag? : TEAPOTS
3. Hollywood icon since 1924 : MGMLION
4. Stuffed and roasted entree : CAPON
5. Put down : ALIT
6. Abbr. after Sen. Richard Lugar's name : RIN
7. It has a sticking point : DAGGER
8. Impress, and then some : BEDAZZLE
9. Tony winner between "A Chorus Line" and "Ain't Misbehavin'" : ANNIE
10. Heat meas. : KCAL
11. Studio site : LOT
12. Having a knack for : ADEPTAT
13. Shadow : VESTIGE
14. Natural : ARTLESS
21. Tiny bit : MITE
24. Not likely to be dissuaded from : SETON
25. Microwave option : AMANA
27. Safin who won the 2005 Australian Open : MARAT
28. Word on a prescription label : EVERY
30. ___ Wheeler, 1964-70 chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff : EARLE
32. Whence the song "The Lady's Got Potential" : EVITA
34. He said "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally" : WCFIELDS
36. "Mécanique Céleste" astronomer : LAPLACE
37. Barnes & Noble acquired it in 1987 : BDALTON
38. It might include a washboard : JUGBAND
39. Ring after exchanging rings? : HORA
41. Extravagant romantic : QUIXOTE
42. Bars : IMPEDES
43. Least copious : SPAREST
46. Fritz the Cat's creator : RCRUMB
49. Singer profiled in "Sweet Dreams," 1985 : CLINE
50. Come and go : RECUR
52. Great Trek figure : BOER
53. Kind of leg : HIND
55. Heat meas. : BTU
57. When German pigs fly? : NIE

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