New York Times, Saturday, July 24, 2004

Author: Dana Motley
Editor: Will Shortz
Dana Motley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 33 Missing: {JKQWY} This is puzzle # 22 for Ms. Motley. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Polo alternative : BRUT
5. Food item whose name means "slice" : FETA
9. The "C" of C. S. Lewis : CLIVE
14. Composition of some ladders : ROPE
15. Gray ode subject : ETON
16. Soda pop purchase : LITER
17. Abbr. that may precede a colon : ATTN
18. Fast talker : AUCTIONEER
20. Like some architectural designs : GEODESIC
22. Checks : STEMS
23. Leading the queue : NEXT
24. Honolulu's ___ Tower : ALOHA
26. Pulls the plug on : ABORTS
28. Liberal : TOLERANT
32. Executive attachment : PAGER
33. Quaint taletellers : BARDS
34. ___ mater : PIA
35. Divvy up : PRORATE
37. Old faces in workplaces, perhaps : REHIRES
39. Where to go in Gloucester : LOO
40. Schubert's "___ sentimentale" : VALSE
42. In a safe place : ONICE
43. Lamp locale : ENDTABLE
45. Pick-me-up : BRACER
46. Time's partner : AGAIN
47. End of Missouri's motto : ESTO
48. "The View" co-host : BEHAR
50. Lonely : DESERTED
54. Mom or dad : PALINDROME
56. ___ jure (legal phrase) : IPSO
57. Sipowicz player on "N.Y.P.D. Blue" : FRANZ
58. "What ___?" : OFIT
59. Commend, as for outstanding service : CITE
60. Rosalind's cousin in "As You Like It" : CELIA
61. Terrarium youngsters : EFTS
62. Are, in Arles : ETES
1. Gasconade : BRAG
2. Learning may be done by it : ROTE
3. Like a troublemaker : UPTONOGOOD
4. Not so tough : TENDERER
5. Spreads : FEASTS
6. It has its notions : ETUI
7. Fantasia's cousin : TOCCATA
8. Dove's helper, in an Aesop tale : ANT
9. Person likely to have a big closet : CLOTHESHORSE
10. Unlike a plane : LINEAR
11. Point : ITEM
12. Flashed signs : VEES
13. Need to be set straight : ERR
19. Legendary Irish princess : ISOLDE
21. Really big show : EXTRAVAGANZA
25. "Mad Love" star, 1935 : LORRE
26. Red ___ : APPLE
27. Red ___ : BARON
29. Laetrile source : APRICOTPIT
30. Flower girl, sometimes : NIECE
31. Stunner : TASER
33. Ruby's defender : BELLI
36. Armor coverer : TABARD
38. Sooner than soon : INATRICE
41. Dispatch : SENDOFF
44. Falafel sauce : TAHINI
45. Plagues : BESETS
48. Empty : BARE
49. Notably secure carrier : ELAL
51. Put out : EMIT
52. Town in the Euganean Hills : ESTE
53. Pulls off : DOES
54. One overseen by a sgt. : PFC
55. Name associated with anonymity : ROE

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