New York Times, Saturday, September 6, 2008

Author: Barry C. Silk
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry C. Silk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: none – this is a pangram Scrabble average: 1.93 This is puzzle # 29 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Westinghouse/Intel award winner, e.g. : WHIZKID
8. Stateliness : MAJESTY
15. Place for a skating edge : HOMEICE
16. Fox's cousin : ARAPAHO
17. Librarian, at times : INDEXER
18. They come out in the spring : GEMINIS
19. "Notorious" company : RKO
20. Where inside info is revealed? : XRAYLAB
22. Where Japanese trade shares: Abbr. : TSE
23. "The King and I" film director : LANG
25. Sluggard : SNAIL
26. One of the Coreys on "The Two Coreys" : HAIM
27. Far from soft : STERN
29. Princeton Review subj. : GRE
30. Seeming : QUASI
31. Marveled aloud : OOHED
33. "Phooey!" : DARNIT
34. Sounded like a bufflehead : QUACKED
37. Discounted : CUTRATE
38. Show to the public : UNVEIL
39. Name in cosmetics since 1931 : ALMAY
40. Luxury Hyundai sedan : AZERA
41. Egg head? : OVI
42. Plays a trump card : RUFFS
46. Insubstantial : AIRY
47. Their feet don't walk : POEMS
49. It turns up in a field : PLOW
50. Records that may be broken : LPS
51. Improvisatory composition : TOCCATA
53. Suffix in linguistics : EME
54. Seeing the sun rise, say : UPEARLY
56. Ran off, in a way : XEROXED
58. Home to Hitsville U.S.A. : DETROIT
59. Satan, with "the" : EVILONE
60. Ancient Negev dweller : EDOMITE
61. Comeuppance : DESERTS
1. Reels : WHIRLS
2. Alert while driving : HONKAT
3. "No more for me" : IMDONE
4. One of a jazz duo? : ZEE
5. Aptly named Philadelphia indoor soccer team : KIXX
6. Some players in penalty boxes : ICERS
7. Sick : DERANGED
8. Losing pitcher in the 1956 World Series perfect game : MAGLIE
9. "___ Nice Clambake" ("Carousel" tune) : AREAL
10. Threshold adjoiner : JAMB
11. Prefix with cycle : EPI
12. Orange County seat : SANTAANA
13. "Here we go!" : THISISIT
14. Half Dome's home : YOSEMITE
21. Prison part : YARD
24. Checkers' place : GROCERY
26. Shout to a 25-Across : HURRYUP
28. Cell choice : NOKIA
30. Land on a peninsula : QATAR
32. Daughter of Loki : HEL
33. "___ spiro, spero" (motto of South Carolina) : DUM
34. It's a downer : QUAALUDE
35. Open, as a jacket : UNZIPPED
36. Not at all excited by : AVERSETO
37. Reached the peak : CLIMAXED
39. ___ raison (sensible: Fr.) : AVEC
41. An egg develops from it : OOCYTE
43. Biceps, e.g. : FLEXOR
44. Stir up : FOMENT
45. Dwellers on Lake Vänern : SWEDES
47. Like many parties: Abbr. : POLIT
48. Jobs in technology? : STEVE
51. Counselor on "Star Trek: T.N.G." : TROI
52. Onassis and others : ARIS
55. Trunk attachment : ARM
57. Root word? : OLE

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