New York Times, Friday, August 9, 2002

Author: Martin Ashwood-Smith
Editor: Will Shortz
Martin Ashwood-Smith
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 30 Missing: {FJQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 49 for Mr. Ashwood-Smith. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Subject for Aristotle : ETHICS
7. "Idylls of the King" character : GALAHAD
14. Drifted : ROAMED
15. Big shot : SOMEBODY
16. Fiction : NOVELS
17. Recurring Broadway role first played by Maude Adams, 1905 : PETERPAN
18. Model : IDEAL
19. Christmas cries : HOS
20. Key letter : KAPPA
21. Grand style : ELAN
22. Law school class : TORTS
24. New York tickertape honorees, 1962, '69 and '86 : METS
25. Intl. org. begun in 1958 : EEC
26. Sepulcher : ENTOMB
28. April letters : DST
29. Tower : LOOM
31. Hero worship : RESPECT
33. Carouse : SOWONESWILDOATS
38. Ne'er-do-well : WASTREL
39. Air : AURA
40. Lick : WET
43. "A blind mule kicking by guess": Josh Billings : MALICE
44. Skye cap : TAM
45. Mark successor : EURO
47. Set : SITED
48. Relatives of pollacks : CODS
49. Giving great service? : ACING
51. Force, in ancient Rome : VIS
52. Tony winner Uta : HAGEN
53. Didn't start all at once : PHASEDIN
55. Shade of red : CERISE
56. Restaurant activity : ORDERING
57. Illinois River city : PEORIA
58. Savings : NESTEGG
59. Brittle ingredient : ALMOND
1. 2002 British Open champion : ERNIEELS
2. "Later!" : TOODLEOO
3. Flip out : HAVEACOW
4. "Er ... um ..." : IMEAN
5. Alternative to office or home : CELL
6. March grp., once : SDS
7. Cracks up : GOESTOPIECES
8. Number on a check: Abbr. : AMT
9. Welsh symbol : LEEK
10. President Garfield's middle name : ABRAM
11. Exuberant, with "up" : HOPPED
12. Tailors : ADAPTS
13. Potentate : DYNAST
15. Specialized reporting : SPORTSWRITING
19. What an average person tries to earn : HONESTLIVING
22. Santa ___ (Arizona mountains) : TERESAS
23. Got wind of : SMELLED
27. A following? : BCD
30. Hay loft : MOW
32. "___ Louse" (Burns poem) : TOA
34. 60's conflict zone, familiarly : NAM
35. Cousin of a helicopter : AUTOGIRO
36. Exchanges (for) : TRADESIN
37. 1946 British Open champion : SAMSNEAD
40. Category in the game Clue : WEAPON
41. Game with right and left bowers : EUCHRE
42. Threesomes : TRIADS
46. Birth : ONSET
48. Glance : CAROM
50. "Power" star, 1986 : GERE
52. Blackguard : HEEL
54. Get to the bottom of things? : DIG
55. Producer of columns, for short : CPA

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