New York Times, Friday, August 22, 2003

Author: Sherry O. Blackard
Editor: Will Shortz
Sherry O. Blackard
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 26 Missing: {JKQXY} This is puzzle # 25 for Ms. Blackard. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Vets : OLDPROS
8. Suits : PLEASES
15. Like some apartments : FORRENT
16. Recommended safety limit : REDLINE
17. Crumbly : FRIABLE
18. Swelling reducers : ICEBAGS
19. Amender : REVISOR
20. Free : MANUMIT
21. Items on a 46-Down, perhaps : ALES
22. Big name in outdoor grills : WEBER
24. Word interpreted by Daniel : MENE
25. Getty Center architect Richard : MEIER
27. Blazer, e.g. : SUV
28. Transplanted, as a plant : RESET
29. "Unsung, the noblest deed will die" poet : PINDAR
31. Buffoonery : ZANINESS
33. Knocks the socks off : DAZZLES
35. Not regular : SPORADIC
39. Swabber : WETMOP
44. Grable's "The Dolly Sisters" co-star : HAVER
45. Where to find porters : PUB
47. Writer Alexander : SHANA
48. "And Morning ___ with haste her lids": Emerson : OPES
49. Like some number systems : OCTAL
51. Bavarian river : EGER
52. Sink : TORPEDO
54. Go back : REGRESS
56. Controlled : POLICED
57. Osgood Hall Law School locale : TORONTO
58. By and large : ASARULE
59. Thus spake Zarathustra : AVESTAN
60. Lifts, in a way : REPEALS
61. What Alfred E. Neuman has : BIGEARS
1. Many an exit : OFFRAMP
2. Rock singer? : LORELEI
3. Like some restaurants : DRIVEIN
4. Beat the drum for : PRAISED
5. Side in gray : REBS
6. Set to keep warm, perhaps : ONLOW
7. Metric measures : STERES
8. Earliest : PRIMEVAL
9. Old Renault : LECAR
10. Origin of man : EDEN
11. Nutritive matter around a seed's embryo : ALBUMEN
12. Closely connected : SIAMESE
13. Fan sites : ENGINES
14. Some stanzas : SESTETS
23. Barbershop request : BUZZCUT
26. Shower shower? : RADAR
28. Slopes : RISES
30. Cooler than cool : RAD
32. Ad catchword : NEW
34. Numbers of places : ZIPCODES
35. Recovered from a bad stroke? : SHOTPAR
36. New arrival on a reservation : PAPOOSE
37. Have in common with : OVERLAP
38. Don't hold your breath : RESPIRE
40. 1979 film loosely based on Janis Joplin's life : THEROSE
41. Shade close to plum : MAGENTA
42. Very poor, in a way : ONESTAR
43. Service aces? : PARSONS
46. A round may be added to it : BARTAB
49. Newbery-winning writer Scott : ODELL
50. John X's successor : LEOVI
53. Land in S.A. : ECUA
55. Norman with a club : GREG

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