New York Times, Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Author: David Pringle
Editor: Will Shortz
David Pringle
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXZ} Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Pringle. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Computer key abbr. : ALT
4. Greek salad cheese : FETA
8. Duke or earl : NOBLE
13. Tree hugger? : BARK
15. Model married to David Bowie : IMAN
16. Chasm : ABYSS
17. Advice for saving money : BUYINBULK
19. Be a bad winner : GLOAT
20. Keynote giver, e.g. : ORATOR
21. Deluxe : ELEGANT
23. More toothsome : TASTIER
25. On the A-list : ELITE
26. Put out : ISSUE
28. "Hang on!" : ONESEC
31. "The Zoo Story" playwright : ALBEE
34. North Carolina fort : BRAGG
36. Tokyo, to the shoguns : EDO
37. Santa's sackful : TOYS
38. Mournful song : DIRGE
39. Radar signal : BLIP
40. Stubbed thing : TOE
41. Roused : WOKEN
42. Packing pounds : HEFTY
43. Protester's sign word : UNFAIR
45. Model add-on : DECAL
47. Vision-related : OPTIC
49. Thoroughly enjoyed : SAVORED
53. Denver gridders : BRONCOS
55. Mexican missus : SENORA
56. Place for a bucket of balls : RANGE
57. Like many immigrants : BILINGUAL
59. Orchestra-tuning instruments : OBOES
60. Game delayer : RAIN
61. ___ good example : SETA
62. Coolidge's vice president : DAWES
63. Kind of belt : AMMO
64. "There's ___ in 'team'" : NOI
1. Monastery head : ABBOT
2. One of the Bushes : LAURA
3. "___ I might ?" : TRYAS
4. Threads, to a Brit : FIBRES
5. Big bird : EMU
6. Something to spin : TALE
7. Bracelet site : ANKLE
8. Shrew's activity : NAGGING
9. Not quite spherical : OBLATE
10. Alone : BYONESELF
11. Aspiring atty.'s exam : LSAT
12. Guinness Book suffix : EST
14. Chip holders : KITTIES
18. Brouhaha : NOISE
22. Funeral homage : ELOGE
24. Cube creator : RUBIK
27. Blew it : ERRED
29. Trim to fit, maybe : EDIT
30. Cheat on a test, in a way : COPY
31. Westernmost of the Aleutians : ATTU
32. Wacko : LOON
33. "Later!" : BYEFORNOW
35. De Mille of dance : AGNES
38. Column style : DORIC
39. Fits in : BELONGS
41. Testimony giver : WITNESS
42. Safe place : HAVEN
44. High point for Sputnik : APOGEE
46. Slots locale : CASINO
48. Hooded snake : COBRA
50. City on the Seine : ROUEN
51. Poetry Muse : ERATO
52. ___ Lama : DALAI
53. Rummy treat : BABA
54. Historic silk center : SIAM
56. Engine part : ROD
58. Calculus calculation: Abbr. : LIM

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