New York Times, Saturday, September 8, 2007

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 62, Blocks: 32 Missing: {FJQXY} Spans: 7, (1 triple stack) Minimum word length: 4 This is puzzle # 119 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. African city with famed botanical gardens : ENTEBBE
8. Riddle ender : WHATAMI
15. Yosemite setting : SIERRAS
16. Still oblivious : NOWISER
17. It has a fast, easy gait : TENNESSEEWALKER
19. Things you enjoy doing : ACTIVEINTERESTS
20. Having new tournament rankings : RESEEDED
21. Marxist quality? : ZANINESS
29. Dish with tomato sauce : SPANISHOMELETTE
36. Area of W.W. II fighting : EUROPEANTHEATER
37. Like Dacron : CREASERESISTANT
38. Pros : OLDHANDS
39. Football helmet features : EARHOLES
47. One working for a flat fee? : REALESTATEAGENT
54. Has an accommodating spirit : ISEAGERTOPLEASE
55. Island just north of the Equator : SAOTOME
56. Advances : MOVESUP
57. Activity of an organism in response to light, e.g. : KINESIS
58. Puts away : STASHES
1. Spanish 101 verb : ESTAR
2. Wedding invitee : NIECE
3. Wedding rentals : TENTS
4. ___ Davis, first African-American to win the Heisman Trophy : ERNIE
5. Music symbol : BREVE
6. Set (in) : BASED
7. "Ah, Wilderness!" mother : ESSIE
8. PBS station behind Charlie Rose : WNET
9. British general in the American Revolution : HOWE
10. "I'll raise the preparation of ___": Mark Antony : AWAR
11. Square in a steam room : TILE
12. Bids : ASKS
13. A runner might enter it : MEET
14. Some flawed mdse. : IRRS
18. Spot from which you might see a bomb headed your way : ENDZONESEAT
22. Recipe details: Abbr. : AMTS
23. Cadbury Schweppes brand : NEHI
24. Composition of some French chains : ILES
25. Drink preference : NEAT
26. Editorial cartoonist Hulme : ETTA
27. Antique gun : STEN
28. Harvard Science Center architect José Luis ___ : SERT
29. Dry, in Durango : SECO
30. Reverse movement, of a sort : PURL
31. Cézanne's "Boy in ___ Vest" : ARED
32. Longtime "All Things Considered" host Adams : NOAH
33. Itself, in a Latin legal phrase : IPSA
34. Not secret : SEEN
35. Compact : HARD
40. Things hypothesized by Democritus : ATOMS
41. Move shoots, say : REPOT
42. Flaky Turkish confection : HALVA
43. Some moldings : OGEES
44. Canine line : LEASH
45. Follow : ENSUE
46. Way down : STEPS
47. Popular U.S. board game since 1959 : RISK
48. He played Bob in "La Bamba," 1987 : ESAI
49. It goes on and on and on : AEON
50. Former : LATE
51. They're big in Hollywood : EGOS
52. Rest stop sight : SEMI
53. "___ Hombres" (ZZ Top record) : TRES

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