New York Times, Saturday, August 27, 2005

Author: Byron Walden
Editor: Will Shortz
Byron Walden
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 24 Missing: {FQVXYZ} Spans: 6, (2 triple stacks) This is puzzle # 25 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Hopping good times : POTATOSACKRACES
16. Has no pressing obligations : ISATONESLEISURE
17. Placement pros : CONTROLPITCHERS
18. Former Solicitor General Ted : OLSON
19. Nudges : POKESAT
20. O.T. book : NEH
21. Didn't cover for : TOLDON
25. Dig, for example : SITE
26. Modern rock genre : EMO
27. Restaurant seen in "Manhattan" : ELAINES
29. D.C. ballplayer : NAT
30. Get pickled : TIEONEON
32. Union ___: Abbr. : STA
34. "A pity" : SOSAD
35. Latin conjunction : SED
37. Honeydew producer : APHIS
41. Pulverizes, quickly : KOS
43. Base figure : SERGEANT
45. Chassis : BOD
48. "Way to go!" : NICEJOB
50. Washington's ___ Constitution Hall : DAR
51. Apple product : IPOD
53. Woolly : LANATE
54. Enzyme ending : ASE
55. Mapped sequences : GENOMES
57. Nips : EDGES
59. Some nonproliferation treaty provisions : SNAPINSPECTIONS
63. "Listen!" : ATTENTIONPLEASE
64. Some picnic box contents : MOISTTOWELETTES
1. Modern ad-hoc collections of computing devices : PICONETS
2. Source for the tune of "It's Now or Never" : OSOLEMIO
3. Footwear in a 1959 Dodie Stevens hit : TANSHOES
4. One-quintillionth: Prefix : ATTO
5. Bad injury for a runner : TORNTENDON
6. Musician whose unusual first name means "ocean child" : ONO
7. Pommes frites topper : SEL
8. Deadly biter : ASP
9. Detachable, in a way : CLIPON
10. Fructose and others : KETONES
11. Gov. Perry of Texas : RICK
12. Santa spotters? : ASHES
13. Signals to start : CUESIN
14. Ods and endds : ERRATA
15. One of three in Byron's "She Walks in Beauty" : SESTET
22. Word of encouragement : OLE
23. Communist land : LAOS
24. Author of "Winter's Tales," 1942 : DINESEN
28. Bug in a famous Dürer watercolor : STAGBEETLE
31. Jerusalem ___ : OAK
33. Make like : APE
36. Already, in Arles : DEJA
38. Tried : HADAGOAT
39. Considered one way : INASENSE
40. Promotes : STRESSES
42. Castle feature : SILENTT
44. Eyewash : ROT
45. Tara's foreman, in "Gone With the Wind" : BIGSAM
46. Not dismissive of : OPENTO
47. Italian astronomer Giovanni Battista ___, after whom a comet is named : DONATI
49. Object of Othello's jealousy : CASSIO
52. Saps : DOPES
56. Philadelphia landmark since 1792 : MINT
58. Locusts and wild honey, to John the Baptist : DIET
60. Yellow ribbon honoree: Abbr. : POW
61. Wind dir. : ENE
62. Radar, e.g.: Abbr. : CPL

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