New York Times, Saturday, August 21, 2004

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 25 Missing: {FJQXZ} This is puzzle # 64 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Old-time poacher deterrents : MANTRAPS
9. Doesn't do enough : SKIMPS
15. "That was the last straw!" : IVEHADIT
16. Ready to be engaged : ONHIRE
17. Heat shield location : NOSECONE
18. Disturbed the peace : RIOTED
19. Overdrawn : INTHERED
20. Wife to José : ESPOSA
21. It's sold in sticks : OLEO
22. Jets player whose jersey #12 was retired : NAMATH
24. Rest : SIT
25. "Drat!" : NERTS
27. Sailor's punishment : LASH
28. Funny ___ (2003 Derby winner) : CIDE
29. Addressed flippantly : SASSED
31. Hang-ups : NEUROSES
33. Some people can wiggle them : EARS
35. Another name for Cupid : AMOR
36. Singer with the 1994 #1 hit "Stay" : LISALOEB
40. Where people get loaded on trains : BARCAR
44. Building block : UNIT
45. The Sudanese Republic, today : MALI
47. He said "The only alternative to coexistence is co-destruction" : NEHRU
48. Sportscaster Allen : MEL
49. Duds : LEMONS
51. Takes a powder : LAMS
52. Female patron saint of Ireland : BRIGID
54. Dismissive remark : WHOCARES
56. Alchemic knowledge : ARCANA
57. One of Rome's seven hills : PALATINE
58. Examine : GOOVER
59. What Vito Corleone's company imported : OLIVEOIL
60. Hard to please : ORNERY
61. Stand in the great hall? : PEDESTAL
1. Big wheel's entourage : MINIONS
2. L. M. Montgomery book "Anne of ___" : AVONLEA
3. Empty ___ : NESTERS
4. A bad situation, slangily : THEHOTSEAT
5. People : RACE
6. Trim : ADORN
7. ___ gland (melatonin secreter) : PINEAL
8. Longtime beau of Oprah : STEDMAN
9. Big digit? : SORETHUMB
10. Turnover : KNISH
11. Restaurant chain, for short : IHOP
12. Process by which one cell becomes two : MITOSIS
13. Officiate : PRESIDE
14. Knocks out : SEDATES
23. Perplexed : ASEA
26. Part of a dollar bill : SEAL
28. Spots connections between : CORRELATES
30. Caravan carrier : DROMEDARY
32. Gray-spotted horse : ROAN
34. Clothing line? : SEAM
36. Lower back pain : LUMBAGO
37. Mistaken : INERROR
38. Element used to make semiconductors : SILICON
39. Two-layered candy : BLOWPOP
41. Certain two-wheeler : CHARIOT
42. Neighbor of Georgia : ARMENIA
43. ___ Long, Louisiana senator, 1948-87 : RUSSELL
46. Gulp : INHALE
49. Makeup item : LINER
50. 100% : SOLID
53. Yielded : GAVE
55. Yield : CAVE

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