New York Times, Saturday, January 22, 2005

Author: Byron Walden
Editor: Will Shortz
Byron Walden
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 29 Missing: {BQZ} This is puzzle # 18 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Hit hard : SMACKEDUP
10. Strength : SINEW
15. Native of a European capital : MADRILENO
16. Not keep one's feelings pent up : EMOTE
17. No small favor : ALOTTOASK
18. "Enough!" : CANIT
19. Antarctica's ___ Ice Shelf : LARSEN
20. Sign of hostility : HISS
22. Doc ___, Spider-Man foe : OCK
23. Large amount of fudge? : LIE
24. "The Last Days of Pompeii" heroine : IONE
25. Kind of torch : TIKI
26. W.W. II org. : OSS
27. Pigeonlike birds : SANDGROUSES
30. Travels freely around the world : JETSETS
32. Sole options : FILLETS
33. Governmental suffix : CRAT
34. "Breaking ___ Hard to Do" : UPIS
35. Unveiling phrase : ETVOILA
38. People who call themselves the Diné : NAVAJOS
42. It provides a light finish : CHIFFONCAKE
44. Employer of Walter Cronkite and David Brinkley, once : UPI
45. Book part : LEAF
46. Record keeper's concern : STAT
47. Range part: Abbr. : MTN
48. Like Schubert's Mass No. 2 : ING
49. Org. for the Denver Gold and Chicago Blitz : USFL
50. Set pieces? : MOSAIC
53. Advocate of "justicialismo" : PERON
55. Z stands for it in electronics : IMPEDANCE
57. Mystic : SWAMI
58. Primitive capacitor : LEYDENJAR
59. Terraplane's predecessor, in old autodom : ESSEX
60. Weapon that Reagan called the "Peacekeeper" : MXMISSILE
1. Starting breakfast drink : SMALLOJ
2. Funk : MALAISE
3. Love, as "thou" might do in a hymn : ADOREST
4. Some touch screens, briefly : CRTS
5. End of many a string : KITE
6. The Phoenix of the Southern Conference : ELON
7. Grp. that has agony over ecstasy? : DEA
8. Like mustangs, for example : UNSHOD
9. Ribbing : POKINGFUNAT
10. Small ticks? : SECS
11. "Hallelujah, ___ Bum" (Al Jolson film) : IMA
12. Ideal for engines and audio equipment : NONOISE
13. Contemporary travel convenience : ETICKET
14. Sign of warm affection : WETKISS
21. Two-time L.P.G.A. champ born in Korea : SERIPAK
24. Land development? : INSTANTFILM
25. Home of the Jaycees' national headquarters : TULSA
27. See 52-Down : SERIF
28. Flummoxed : ATALOSS
29. Tartar sauce ingredient : OLIVE
31. Knock, with "at" : SCOFF
35. Cover-up at the highest levels? : ECLIPSE
36. Prime time follower : THENEWS
37. Pep pills? : VIAGRAS
39. 1995 Robin Williams film : JUMANJI
40. Kind of glass : OPTICAL
41. Not forced : SINCERE
43. Baja cuisine : CALMEX
49. System for servers : UNIX
50. Start to care? : MEDI
51. Some tributes : ODES
52. With 27-Down, like some letters : SANS
54. Lament of Lady Capulet : OME
56. English novelist Barbara : PYM

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