New York Times, Friday, April 24, 2009

Author: Barry C. Silk
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry C. Silk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: {X} This is puzzle # 37 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Now out ... or "it" : TAGGED
7. Its flag features an image of a stone-carved bird : ZIMBABWE
15. Weightlifting set : SQUATS
16. Like a relatively minor fire : ONEALARM
17. Like olde shoppes : QUAINT
18. Running : ONTHELAM
19. Kings Peak's range : UINTA
20. Jambalayas : OLIOS
21. Inconclusive result : TIE
22. "Regrettably ..." : ALAS
23. ___-Car : ECONO
24. 1984 perfect game pitcher Mike : WITT
25. Rapper ___-A-Che : RIC
26. Texas county named for a Civil War general, with its seat in Longview : GREGG
27. Millionaire's plaything : YACHT
28. Carrier of very destructive cargo : ENOLAGAY
30. Cooking vessel : WOK
31. One may be held in court : SESSION
32. Pair of elephants? : BIGEARS
36. Aviator's concern: Abbr. : ALT
37. "L.A. Law" Golden Globe winner : SUSANDEY
38. Reducer of pier pressure? : JETTY
41. U.R.L. opener indicating an additional layer of encryption : HTTPS
42. 45, e.g.: Abbr. : RPM
43. Mineralogist's sample set : ORES
44. Toadlike : WARTY
45. Vault : LEAP
46. "Nightly she sings on ___ pomegranate-tree": Juliet : YON
47. Phenomena associated with some dwarfs : NOVAE
48. Way up state? : MANIA
49. Succeed somehow : FINDAWAY
51. Studio occupant, say : TENANT
52. The Anteaters of the Big West Conf. : UCIRVINE
53. What wisdom outweighs, according to Sophocles : WEALTH
54. Not too long ago : LASTYEAR
55. Too punctilious : PRISSY
1. Drafting aids : TSQUARES
2. Hooked, as a nose : AQUILINE
3. Residents of dry, open country in South America : GUANACOS
4. Ways to go : GAITS
5. European smoker : ETNA
6. Reason to do a 2 a.m. shift : DST
7. Alfred Kinsey's field : ZOOLOGY
8. It has top and bottom parts : INNING
9. "Join the club" : METOO
10. Cross words : BAHS
11. Yard sale? : ALE
12. Like Old Prussian : BALTIC
13. Spirit : WRAITH
14. Daniel Decatur ___, minstrel who wrote "Dixie" : EMMETT
20. Big drink : OCEAN
23. Plant problem : ERGOT
24. Reanimate : WAKEN
26. In a 38-Down way : GAILY
27. Gym classes : YOGAS
29. Hurdles for future D.A.'s : LSATS
30. Not solid : WISPY
32. Home of the World Museum of Mining : BUTTE
33. They're located above the kidneys : ADRENALS
34. Does some home maintenance : REPAINTS
35. What some cards express : SYMPATHY
37. Lost soul : STRAYER
38. Transported : JOYFUL
39. It was first publicly performed in Vienna in 1805 : EROICA
40. Racketeer's pastime? : TENNIS
41. Plaza de la Revolución locale : HAVANA
44. "Unbelievable!" : WOWIE
45. ___ City, Hawaii : LANAI
47. Sub group : NAVY
48. Physics Nobelist Simon van der ___ : MEER
50. Richard Gere title role of 2000 : DRT
51. Local govt. unit : TWP

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