New York Times, Saturday, September 11, 2004

Author: Byron Walden
Editor: Will Shortz
Byron Walden
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 30 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Ill-fated emperor of 1502-20 : MONTEZUMA
10. Marine tank : SCUBA
15. "I'm waiting" : ANYDAYNOW
16. Instrument Paul McCartney played on Ringo Starr's "You're Sixteen" : KAZOO
17. Getting down : CONSUMING
18. Permanently : ININK
19. The last thing a Yale cheerleader wants : ANE
20. Scruffy : UNKEMPT
22. Southeast-most county of Ireland, or its seat : WEXFORD
25. Tycoons' holdings : EMPIRES
29. Backslider? : LUGER
31. California city NW of Bakersfield : DELANO
32. Kiwis : APTERYXES
36. English county from which the Pilgrims set sail in 1620 : DEVON
37. Take up, perhaps : REHEM
38. Spaniard's "that" : ESO
39. First secretary of H.E.W., 1953, ___ Culp Hobby : OVETA
40. Santa ___ : ANITA
41. Messiah : DELIVERER
43. Buffalo's AAA baseball team : BISONS
45. Face saver : TONER
46. Cold start : SNIFFLE
48. Astronomical distances : PARSECS
52. Blank page : FLYLEAF
54. Filch : COP
55. Holy Roman emperor crowned 962 : OTTOI
58. Clayey rock once common in building : MARLSTONE
61. Attach, in a way : SEWON
62. Passing legislation? : ESTATELAW
63. Mexican War general known as Old Fuss and Feathers : SCOTT
64. Checks : RESTRAINS
1. Large bird with a loud scream : MACAW
2. See 57-Down : ONONE
3. Half of a 1997 telecom merger : NYNEX
4. Successful field results, for short : TDS
5. Lac contents : EAU
6. The chemistry of fermentation : ZYMURGY
7. Hard to research : UNINDEXED
8. Figure in Umberto Eco's "The Name of the Rose" : MONK
9. "Shucks!" : AWGEE
10. Not chosen : SKIPPEDOVER
11. Structural supports : CANTILEVERS
12. Certain gun : UZI
13. French compliment : BON
14. Fine, slangily : AOK
21. Roman square? : MMD
23. Swift : FLEETOFFOOT
24. 1966 James Bond spoof : OURMANFLINT
26. Obvious lunatic : RAVER
27. Short message via AOL, say : ENOTE
28. Bat signals? : SONAR
30. Button for pins : RESET
32. Luxor locals : ARABS
33. Confine : PENIN
34. 2003 Nick Lachey hit "___ Swear" : THISI
35. Arias : SOLOPARTS
42. Like Elgar's Symphony No. 1 : INAFLAT
44. Sneaking : SLY
47. Baseball Hall-of-Famer Flick : ELMER
49. Gastrointestinal danger : ECOLI
50. Big name in late-night TV : CONAN
51. Throws off : SPEWS
53. Let up : EASE
55. Old spy grp. : OSS
56. Shamus : TEC
57. With 2-Down, certain mismatch : TWO
59. Orch. part : STR
60. Some like it hot : TEA

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