New York Times, Friday, August 15, 2008

Author: Barry C. Silk
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry C. Silk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: none – this is a pangram Spans: 5, (2 double stacks) This is puzzle # 28 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Chutzpah : BRASS
6. Block boundaries: Abbr. : STS
9. Self-defense, e.g. : PLEA
13. Detector of some potentially dangerous waves : EARTHQUAKEALARM
17. Question of concern after someone has had a bad experience : AREYOUDOINGOKAY
18. Mauna ___ : KEA
19. Row in a garden : PEAS
20. Corps groups : CADETS
21. "Children of Men" star Clive : OWEN
22. Bosox nickname : YAZ
23. Toyota sedan : AVALON
26. Words before an attempt : HEREGOES
31. Tide, at times : RISER
32. Arizona's ___ Peak National Observatory : KITT
33. Juvenile development : ACNE
34. Rapidly increasing pace : EXPONENTIALRATE
37. Younger brother of George W. and Jeb : NEIL
38. Lids around lochs : TAMS
39. Alvin of the American Dance Theater : AILEY
40. Over : ONCEMORE
42. Michael who played Cochise on TV : ANSARA
43. Young or wee follower : UNS
44. 1923 A.L. M.V.P. : RUTH
45. Japanese pilgrimage destination : MTFUJI
49. Put out : SORE
50. Far Eastern affirmative : HAI
53. Where moles might be found : CIAHEADQUARTERS
56. Creator of big suits? : ATTORNEYGENERAL
57. Have a little something : NOSH
58. A famous one begins "How sleep the brave ..." : ODE
59. Very dark : SABLE
1. Rail part : BEAK
2. Like a perfect game : RARE
3. See 8-Down : AREA
4. Big mess : STY
5. Like clichés : SHOPWORN
6. Arab League member : SUDAN
7. Town near the D. H. Lawrence Ranch : TAOS
8. With 3-Down, slopes : SKI
9. Don't tread lightly : PLOD
10. It has a large bed : LAKE
11. "Sicut ___ in principio" (doxology phrase) : ERAT
12. Sondheim's "Multitudes of ___" : AMYS
14. Powerful piece : QUEEN
15. Wikipedia alternative : ENCARTA
16. Like curious onlookers : AGAZE
21. Enthusiastic cry of support : OLEOLE
22. Mysterious sightings : YETIS
23. "Thy servants ___ spies": Genesis 42:11 : ARENO
24. Soap staple : VIXEN
25. Food glaze : ASPIC
26. You don't say it when you stand : HITME
27. Loud : GARISH
28. City just NE of Citrus County : OCALA
29. Word said upon arrival : ENTER
30. Words said upon departure : SEEYA
32. Lumber features : KNARS
35. Ian Fleming or James Bond : ETONIAN
36. Power outage backups : LANTERNS
41. Woman of La Mancha : MUJER
42. Distinctive qualities : AURAE
44. Compact material : ROUGE
45. Big name in footwear : MCAN
46. He broke with Stalin in 1948 : TITO
47. Domino, e.g. : FATS
48. "This doesn't look good" : UHOH
49. Wallpaper meas. : SQYD
50. Kind of garden : HERB
51. Asia's ___ Sea : ARAL
52. Dot in a 10-Down : ISLE
54. "___ vindice" (Confederacy motto) : DEO
55. Society affair : TEA

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