New York Times, Saturday, September 4, 2004

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 62, Blocks: 28 Missing: {JQVWXZ} Minimum word length: 4 Average word length: 6.35 This is puzzle # 65 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Theologian who wrote "Sic et Non" : ABELARD
8. Telephonic timesaver : REDIAL
14. Had to be paid, say : CAMEDUE
15. Spanish rice ingredient : CAYENNE
16. Fictional character with the female slave Morgiana : ALIBABA
17. Eternal : AGELONG
18. Milky Way feature : CARAMEL
19. "Li'l Abner," once : MUSICAL
20. Parenthetically : INANASIDE
22. Kind of job : LUBE
23. Lord who said "Absolute power corrupts absolutely" : ACTON
24. Social bungler : NERD
26. Newcastle Browns, e.g. : ALES
27. Looked after : SEENTO
29. They work with stars : MARSHALS
31. Ties : LACESUP
33. Try to get : APPLYFOR
37. Make waves? : MARCEL
42. Where the 2000 World Series ended : SHEA
43. It might hang over your head : SMOG
45. Terminate : CEASE
46. Hair line : PART
47. Kitchen pests : BLACKANTS
49. Land on the Red Sea : ERITREA
52. Political functions : RALLIES
53. Least likely to be pinned down : CAGIEST
54. Like objects dipped in liquid nitrogen : BRITTLE
55. Kickers' aids : TOECAPS
56. Lift up : ENNOBLE
57. Brat Pack actress : SHEEDY
58. Doctors have them : DEGREES
1. Yellow-flowered shrubs : ACACIAS
2. What's left : BALANCE
3. Sharjah or Fujairah : EMIRATE
4. New Hampshire town south of Hanover : LEBANON
5. Without wavering : ADAMANTLY
6. Sophisticates' opposites : RUBES
7. Buy and sell : DEALIN
8. Maker of Robusto! sauce : RAGU
9. Regards : EYES
10. Book of Judges villainess : DELILAH
11. They come in shots : INOCULA
12. First name in a Poe poem : ANNABEL
13. Lacking support : LEGLESS
15. Set equipment : CAMERAS
21. Narcotic similar to morphine : DEMEROL
25. Big barrel : DRUM
28. Dim bulbs : OAFS
30. Tiler's job : SPACKLING
32. Works against : COMBATS
33. Looks : ASPECTS
34. Rare museum display : PHARAOH
35. Point in an ellipse : PERIGEE
36. Electrical tower structure : LATTICE
38. One who puts you in your place? : REALTOR
39. "Do I dare believe that?" : CANITBE
40. English actress Winwood : ESTELLE
41. They come to terms for terms : LESSEES
44. Attired : GARBED
48. Feature of some chili : CARNE
50. Prophesy : READ
51. Annual athletic award : ESPY

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