New York Times, Friday, August 24, 2007

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 30 Missing: {FJKQXZ} This is puzzle # 101 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "It's all here" sloganeer, once : CBS
4. Frisky one : COLT
8. Marie Osmond or Loretta Young : UTAHAN
14. "Elijah" or "The Creation" : ORATORIO
16. Key on a cash register : NOSALE
17. Drop a few positions, maybe : AUTOMATE
18. Overprotect : COSSET
19. Maker of Kiwi Teawi : SNAPPLE
20. Mystery author Dexter : COLIN
21. The Pacific Ocean's only island kingdom : TONGA
22. It was good for Sartre : BON
23. One and only : SOLE
26. They're staffed with doctors : UNIVERSITIES
30. Bad time for a tropical vacation : RAINYSEASON
33. Lawyers with many assts. : DAS
34. I.T. firm founded by Ross Perot : EDS
35. Wine used to make zabaglione : MARSALA
36. Soviet ___ : ERA
37. Member of an extended familia : TIO
38. Country that won the most medals at the 1980 Winter Olympics : EASTGERMANY
40. Reluctantly accepting : RECONCILEDTO
42. First name in cosmonautics : YURI
43. Major U.S. Spanish-language daily : HOY
44. Rarely written-out Latin phrase : IDEST
48. "Wozzeck" composer ___ Berg : ALBAN
50. What stare decisis upholds the validity of : CASELAW
52. Red line? : ARTERY
54. Set of guidelines : DOCTRINE
55. Mrs. Tony Blair : CHERIE
56. Put forward : NOMINATE
57. Has trouble sleeping, maybe : TOSSES
58. ___ Ramsay ("The Black Stallion" hero) : ALEC
59. Sorry : SAD
1. Continue effortlessly : COAST
2. Dog in Disney's "Cinderella" : BRUNO
3. "Paradise Lost" character : SATAN
4. Ultraloyal employees : COMPANYMEN
5. Passed on by taletellers : ORAL
6. Not full-bodied : LITE
7. Wingtip tip : TOE
8. Feeling no better : UNCONSOLED
9. "Man is a ___-using animal": Thomas Carlyle : TOOL
10. Pass under the basket, maybe : ASSIST
11. Is clueless : HASNOIDEA
12. Stout alternative : ALE
13. Drift boat attachment : NET
15. Highest-grossing film of 1986 : TOPGUN
20. Bridesmaid's accessory : CORSAGE
22. Very disagreeable : BEASTLY
24. Hear : LEARN
25. Analytic work : ESSAY
27. Soul singer who is also a coronated king of Ghana : ISAACHAYES
28. New rendering : VERSION
29. Near the bottom of the drawers? : INARTISTIC
30. Take one more shot at : RETRY
31. It may be bid : ADIEU
32. One of the "10 Attic orators" : ISOCRATES
39. Tate ___ (London art gallery) : MODERN
41. Team that won the first A.F.L. championship : OILERS
45. 1981 Literature Nobelist Canetti : ELIAS
46. Stocking stuffer : SANTA
47. Fabric with the same name as a Scottish river : TWEED
49. French district that lent its name to a foodstuff : BRIE
50. "Fantastic!" : COOL
51. Ne plus ultra : ACME
52. Work within a company, say : ACT
53. Density symbol, in physics : RHO
54. Material at the basis of "Jurassic Park" : DNA

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