New York Times, Saturday, January 15, 2005

Author: Ed Early
Editor: Will Shortz
Ed Early
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 64, Blocks: 34 Missing: {BJQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 39 for Mr. Early. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Flu symptom : AGUE
5. Spirited : GOGO
9. Things let out : ROOMS
14. 1990 N.C.A.A. hoops champs : UNLV
15. Steamed : IRED
16. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame designer : IMPEI
17. Family term of endearment : NANA
18. ___ fruit : UGLI
19. One noted for long drives : SNEAD
20. Make understandable : TRANSLATE
22. Burton's 1977 miniseries role : KINTE
23. Catch 50 winks? : SLEEPIN
24. Join : WED
25. Western national forest : SHASTA
28. Promise : SWEAR
30. Out of whack : OFFCENTER
33. Cole Porter's "___ Men" : IHATE
34. They're behind some actions : ULTERIORMOTIVES
36. "Shampoo" screenwriter Robert : TOWNE
37. Advocates : PROMOTERS
38. Bats : SWATS
39. Pastoral : SERENE
40. No one in particular : ANY
41. Folded like a fan : PLICATE
45. Edna St. Vincent Millay's "Love ___ All" : ISNOT
48. Team leaders : MULETEERS
50. "Why Can't the English?" composer : LOEWE
51. All the things you are: Abbr. : ANAT
52. What's taken in : DIET
53. First name in architecture : ELIEL
54. Something sunk : PUTT
55. Primo : AONE
56. "The Bait" poet : DONNE
57. Fictional pirate : SMEE
58. Unfashioned : RUDE
1. Some kin : AUNTS
2. Twist : GNARL
3. Skeleton parts : ULNAE
4. Fleeting : EVANESCENT
5. Time's 2001 Person of the Year : GIULIANI
6. They're often pulled out in church : ORGANSTOPS
7. Do-re-mi : GELT
8. Comic strip canine : ODIE
9. Uncertainty : RISK
10. Book in the Book of Mormon : OMNI
11. Scrim feature : OPENWEAVE
12. Human, by nature : MEATEATER
13. Place plant nutrients near the roots of a growing crop : SIDEDRESS
21. Purviews : SPHERES
26. Land, in another land : TERRE
27. Protection from enemy fire : ARMORPLATE
28. "Go fly a kite!" : SITONIT
29. Choice for durable wooden fencing : WHITECEDAR
30. Beat at sea : OUTSAILED
31. Performed helplessly? : FLOWNSOLO
32. Home of the Univ. of St. Francis : FTWAYNEIN
35. Brasserie dish : OMELETTE
42. Facetious group? : AEIOU
43. Economists' concern : TREND
44. Forename in fragrances : ESTEE
46. Glendower who revolted against Henry IV : OWEN
47. Marketing leader? : TELE
48. They have scales : MAPS
49. Ancient one : UNUM

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