New York Times, Saturday, January 13, 2007

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 25 Missing: {JKQVXZ} This is puzzle # 92 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Blind, in a way : TEARGAS
8. Spain's San Isidro and others : FIESTAS
15. Children's author who was a regular contributor to Punch : AAMILNE
16. Nation of 181 square miles : ANDORRA
17. Introduce : PREFACE
18. "Just So Stories" author's first name : RUDYARD
19. When there's no other option : IFNECESSARY
21. Recommendations : DOS
22. Hospital dogsbody : NURSESAIDE
23. Brickmaking company : LEGO
24. Adirondack chair part : SLAT
25. "Jabberwocky" opener : TWAS
26. 1956 cult film from overseas : RODAN
27. Frost lines : POEM
28. Burdensome : TIRING
29. It lays its eggs in others' nests : COWBIRD
33. Ticks : MOMENTS
34. Spanish rice ingredient : ONIONS
35. They make tracks : PAWS
36. Device that contains an electromagnet : RELAY
37. Seriously break the trust of, slangily : BURN
38. Chlorophyll-containing microorganism : ALGA
42. Landscaping supplies : SODS
43. Some Tate Modern pieces : MINIMALART
45. ___ 500, annual list of the fastest-growing private companies : INC
46. One that picks up the kids? : BABYMONITOR
47. Kerosene : COALOIL
49. Itch cause : BUGBITE
50. French rococo artist Watteau : ANTOINE
51. Court stat : ASSISTS
52. Some chocolate : NESTLES
53. Free throw, e.g. : SETSHOT
1. Putts that might be conceded : TAPINS
2. Talking-to : EARFUL
3. God worshiped in ancient Thebes : AMENRA
4. Most widespread : RIFEST
5. Frosted : GLACE
6. People in trees : ANCESTORS
7. Had a tough time deciding : SEESAWED
8. Capacitance units : FARADS
9. Condition : INURE
10. The Christian Science Monitor founder : EDDY
11. Brown condiment : SOY
12. Got credit for : TRADEDIN
13. High-and-mighty : ARROGANT
14. Elton John hit that begins "Guess there are times when we all need to share a little pain" : SADSONGS
20. Country name retired in 1949 : SIAM
23. Folk wisdom : LORE
26. Brinks : RIMS
27. Like some air fresheners : PINY
28. Aesop character with a country cousin : TOWNMOUSE
29. Napoleon, e.g. : CORSICAN
30. Exclusive meeting : ONEONONE
31. Kansas State athletes : WILDCATS
32. Squeezers : BOAS
33. National instruments of Guatemala : MARIMBAS
35. Insignificant : PUNY
37. Cross references? : BIBLES
38. Detectives check them : ALIBIS
39. Not quite on time : LATISH
40. Blue ___ : GROTTO
41. Still : ATREST
43. Home of the Calendar Islands, once thought to total 365 in number : MAINE
44. Teen affliction : ANGST
46. Be angry : BOIL
48. Gob : LOT

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