New York Times, Friday, July 18, 2008

Author: Mike Nothnagel
Editor: Will Shortz
Mike Nothnagel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 32 Missing: {QZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 24 for Mr. Nothnagel. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Music lovers flip for it : SIDETWO
8. Turndown? : DOGEAR
14. Way off : EXITRAMP
16. Determined response : ICANSO
17. It helps you sleep at night : CIRCADIANRHYTHM
19. Tie up a line, perhaps : YAK
20. 17-Across disrupter : JETLAG
21. Unoccupied : FREE
22. Rage inducers : FADS
23. Antoinette after whom the Tony Awards are named : PERRY
25. String ___ : BIKINI
28. Goes after : ASSAILS
30. Avouch : AVER
31. Some dolls can do it : NEST
33. Private modes of transportation? : JEEPS
35. Teased : JIVED
37. Enzyme's end : ASE
38. Chorus "instrument" in Verdi's "Il Trovatore" : ANVIL
39. "Pokémon" genre : ANIME
40. Hard to find, in old 13-Down : RARA
42. Like some '39 New York World's Fair buildings : DECO
43. How some roads ascend a mountain : SNAKILY
45. Presidential portrait site? : WALLET
47. T-bar or Z-bar : BRAND
48. Sister of Lazarus, in the Bible : MARY
49. Mideast leaders : AGAS
51. Belief that all things are made of a single substance : MONISM
53. Redwood National Park sight : ELK
56. "Unfortunately ..." : MUCHTOMYCHAGRIN
59. Some charity events : PROAMS
60. Denied : SAIDNOTO
61. Unshaded : SUNLIT
62. Replies to irritably : SNAPSAT
1. Pres. appointee : SECY
2. Showy flower of the iris family : IXIA
3. Benedict of "The A-Team" : DIRK
4. "You get the idea": Abbr. : ETC
5. Emperor before Hadrian : TRAJAN
6. Began energetically : WADEDIN
7. Passes over : OMITS
8. "Just a Closer Walk With Thee" and others : DIRGES
9. Glaswegian "Gee!" : OCH
10. Inclusive, as some resorts : GAYFRIENDLY
11. Like many low-paying jobs : ENTRYLEVEL
12. New York stadium name : ASHE
13. See 40-Across : ROME
15. Familiar : PAL
18. Onetime foe of the recording industry : NAPSTER
22. Person with a burning resentment? : FIREMARSHAL
24. Indian chief : RAJA
25. Popular Mexican tourist destination : BAJA
26. "Molly ___ Can't Say That, Can She?" (1990s best seller) : IVINS
27. "Diner" co-star, 1982 : KEVINBACON
28. Evaluate : ASSAY
29. Jazz (up) : SPICE
32. English jurisdiction : EARLDOM
34. Section of a hockey rink in front of the goal : SLOT
36. Prefix meaning "10": Var. : DEKA
41. Completely overrun by : AWASHIN
44. Closest to the center : INMOST
46. Force commanded by the Duke of Medina Sidonia : ARMADA
48. Biotite and lepidolite : MICAS
49. Boosts, with "up" : AMPS
50. Whiz : GURU
52. Grover Cleveland was once its gov. : NYS
53. Offspring of Chaos, to Hesiod : EROS
54. Rock guitarist Ford : LITA
55. Speed unit : KNOT
57. "I didn't need to know that," informally : TMI
58. Econ. class topic : GNP

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