New York Times, Friday, September 22, 2000

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 62, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQUVZ} Grid has super symmetry This is puzzle # 116 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Times up : ATBATS
7. Any little college : SIWASH
13. Awful : THEPITS
15. Grand style : PANACHE
16. 1988 Schwarzenegger film : REDHEAT
17. Pilot light, e.g. : IGNITER
18. Spear carrier? : ARMORER
19. Corner pieces : CASTLES
20. "___ Ordinary Man" ("My Fair Lady" song) : IMAN
21. Vichyssoise ingredients : LEEKS
23. Enthusiasm : FIRE
24. Untagged, in tag : NOTIT
26. River to the English Channel : EXE
27. Jug : POKEY
28. Too shy a lover : SECRETADMIRER
31. Storied weaver : ARACHNE
32. Convoked : CALLEDTOORDER
38. Prophet whose name means "salvation" : HOSEA
39. Country-and-western singer Reeves : DEL
40. Drug made from orchids : SALEP
42. Go without saying : OMIT
43. "As You Like It" exile site : ARDEN
45. Little critter : MITE
46. Pronghorn antelope habitat : PRAIRIE
48. Recycling candidate : SODACAN
50. Spiels : PATTERS
51. Ezra Pound style : IMAGISM
52. All you can eat : EDIBLES
53. Title heroine of a 1925 musical : NANETTE
54. Time out : RECESS
55. White House press secretary who once hosted "Saturday Night Live" : NESSEN
1. Musical transport : ATRAIN
2. Coffee holder : THERMOS
3. Snorer's victim : BEDMATE
4. Voiceless : APHONIC
5. Level : TIER
6. Belletrist Madame de ___ : STAEL
7. "Beowulf" and others : SAGAS
8. Stopping-off sites : INNS
9. Anticipate the arrival of : WAITFOR
10. Ape : ACTLIKE
11. More diaphanous : SHEERER
12. "Hiroshima" writer, 1946 : HERSEY
14. Application info : STREETADDRESS
15. Critiqued : PICKEDHOLESIN
22. Demanded, as a tax : EXACTED
25. Happy-go-lucky utterance : TRALA
27. Popular fishing spots : PIERS
29. Prior to : ERE
30. 6 on a phone dial : MNO
32. Party member's title : COMRADE
33. Eastern : ASIATIC
34. Next-to-last #1 Beatles hit : LETITBE
35. Pursuit in a suit : DAMAGES
36. Digs out : ELICITS
37. Sample after seasoning : RETASTE
38. Kangaroo, e.g. : HOPPER
41. Calligraphers : PENMEN
43. Buenos ___ : AIRES
44. Odysseus, to the Cyclops Polyphemus : NOMAN
47. Kinfolk: Abbr. : RELS
49. Rosencrantz or Guildenstern : DANE

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