New York Times, Saturday, July 16, 2005

Author: Michael Shteyman
Editor: Will Shortz
Michael Shteyman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 31 Missing: {BJWX} Spans: 4, (2 double stacks) This is puzzle # 30 for Mr. Shteyman. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Waiting one's turn : INQUEUE
8. Duty-free? : ONLEAVE
15. "Agreed" : SOUNDSLIKEAPLAN
17. Concession, of a sort : THATSAGOODPOINT
18. It may be written "on" something : ODE
19. Eccentric guys, slangily : GINKS
20. Count, e.g. : PEER
21. "And the ___ brought him bread and flesh in the morning …": I Kings : RAVENS
23. Language study topic : TENSE
24. Filament's organ : STAMEN
26. Prominent name in South Korean history : RHEE
28. Subsequently : LATERON
30. Vote for : YEA
31. Like some scientists : MAD
34. Basic chemistry subject : ACIDITY
35. Distinctive attribute : EARMARK
37. Certain slip-on, briefly : MOC
38. Zulu leader? : ZEE
39. Pinch-hit : STOODIN
40. Word in a record's description : MOST
41. Without slipping : SURELY
42. John whose middle name is Hercules : ELTON
45. Pop alternative : ICETEA
47. Like show horses : SHOD
48. St. Paul, for one : ROMAN
50. Courtroom response : IDO
52. Be wholeheartedly aggressive : TAKENOPRISONERS
56. Actually : ASAMATTEROFFACT
57. Yields, perhaps : SAYSYES
58. Old World bunting esteemed as a delicacy : ORTOLAN
1. Ideal ending : IST
2. Manhattan neighborhood : NOHO
3. Yielding a parabola, in a way : QUADRATIC
4. Without a yoke : UNTEAMED
5. People people?: Abbr. : EDS
6. Dictionary features : USAGENOTES
7. Chicago suburb : ELGIN
8. "All right already!" : OKOK
9. "___ Newt" (Cartoon Network series) : NEDS
10. Circuit : LAP
11. Lofty verse : EPOPEE
12. Not native : ALIEN
13. Rooftop sights : VANES
14. ___ Ríos (Paraná's province) : ENTRE
16. Salt constituents : IONS
22. Communications giant : VERIZON
23. Subject to forceful removal : TEAROUT
24. Lambaste : SLAM
25. Kind of shell : TACO
26. Saloon stock : RYES
27. Advanced missile feature : HEATSENSOR
29. Duma demurral : NYET
31. Finished negotiations : MADEADEAL
32. Botanical coat : ARIL
33. Label in Saks and Bloomies : DKNY
36. What an ad's 800 number might provide : MOREINFO
40. Internet service providers : MODEMS
42. Part of a Spanish 101 conjugation : ESTAS
43. Jokhang Temple locale : LHASA
44. Hungarian wine : TOKAY
45. Hungarian composer Kálmán : IMRE
46. African capital of 11 million : CAIRO
48. School drills, say : ROTE
49. Prefers, with "for" : OPTS
51. Ocean killer : ORCA
53. Not only that but also : NAY
54. Habitually, for short : OFT
55. Timetable locale: Abbr. : STN

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