New York Times, Friday, July 9, 2004

Author: David Liben-Nowell
Editor: Will Shortz
David Liben-Nowell
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {BJKXZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Liben-Nowell. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Popular Bravo series, informally : QUEEREYE
9. Quaint hairstyle : MARCEL
15. Outraged : UPINARMS
16. Insight : APERCU
17. "Servant of the Bones" writer : ANNERICE
18. "This I gotta hear" : DOTELL
19. It's flaky : MICA
20. Like a certain complex : OEDIPAL
21. Per ___ : CAPITA
24. March sound : HUP
25. Weeklong holiday : TET
26. "The Wizard of Oz" co-star : HALEY
27. Of the bicuspid valve : MITRAL
29. Annual contributions may be made to them : IRAS
30. One of 51 in Atlantic City : MISSOREGON
34. First name in horror : LON
35. Dries up : RUNSOUT
36. Maupassant's "___ Vie" : UNE
37. Where a specialist has expertise : INTHEFIELD
39. Develop : GROW
40. Develop : UNFOLD
41. Develop : MOUNT
42. Way off : FAR
44. Like Brahms's Symphony No. 3 : INF
45. Workers' incentives : RAISES
46. Things included in a count : POLLENS
48. Bristol locale: Abbr. : TENN
49. Join forces? : ENLIST
50. It may raise the roof : WINDGUST
54. Hebrew title of respect for God : ADONAI
55. Rosary bead representation : AVEMARIA
56. Zapper : RAYGUN
57. Serves : DOESTIME
1. In the capacity of : QUA
2. Broadcaster since Jan. 1995 : UPN
3. Article of Cologne : EIN
4. They may be sworn : ENEMIES
5. Hole-in-one, e.g. : RARITY
6. Pine Valley soap siren : ERICA
7. Place to work out : YMCA
8. A storm heading: Abbr. : ESE
9. Caused to swell up : MADEPROUD
10. Snake or eel, e.g. : APOD
11. Assign an alias : RETITLE
12. Delicate breakfast item : CREPE
13. Bravura : ECLAT
14. Break : LULL
20. Performed better than, in a way : OUTSOLD
21. Kind of powder : CHILI
22. R.B.I. recordholder : AARON
23. Annual, e.g. : PLANT
24. Dialectal pronoun : HISSELF
27. Bidding doers : MINIONS
28. Oils and such : ART
30. Baking holder : MUFFINTIN
31. Masters : GURUS
32. ___ side (askew) : ONONE
33. Axolotl look-alikes : NEWTS
35. Bug-eyed cartoon character : REN
38. Irish game resembling field hockey : HURLING
39. Charging : GOINGAT
41. They come from Mars : MANDMS
42. "9 to 5" co-star : FONDA
43. Fusion : ALLOY
45. Title girl in a Left Banke hit : RENEE
46. Kind of nectar : PEAR
47. Levi's uncle : ESAU
48. VCR alternative : TIVO
50. Monetary unit? : WAD
51. The Rams of the Atlantic 10: Abbr. : URI
52. Yes, in São Paulo : SIM
53. Martial arts word meaning "trample" in Korean : TAE

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