New York Times, Friday, January 23, 2004

Author: Sherry O. Blackard
Editor: Will Shortz
Sherry O. Blackard
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 28 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 31 for Ms. Blackard. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Old trail terminus : SANTAFE
8. Public hangings : ARTSHOW
15. Pushes : URGESON
16. Race place : DAYTONA
17. Test-of-time passer : CLASSIC
18. Ends, e.g. : LINEMEN
19. "The Piano" co-star : KEITEL
20. Supporter of a drop leaf : GATELEG
21. Keep someone awake, maybe : SNORE
22. Order in the court : WRIT
23. Bit of elementary Latin : AMAT
25. Free : UNTIE
27. About to explode : IRATE
28. Nonconformists : ICONOCLASTS
33. They're related : KIN
34. Kind of affiliation: Abbr. : REL
35. Stars, e.g. : NHLTEAM
36. One raising Cain : EVE
37. Municipal council mem. : ALD
38. Something a company won't reveal : TRADESECRET
40. Beersheba locale : NEGEV
42. It may be between the seats : AISLE
43. Horned rock climber : IBEX
44. Times, e.g. : FONT
46. Some are shaded : LAMPS
50. Be granted : RECEIVE
52. Garam ___ (spice mixture in Indian cuisine) : MASALA
53. Fast, agile runner : GAZELLE
54. Mrs. Grundy : PURITAN
55. Where oils may be produced : ATELIER
56. Over : ATANEND
57. Going on the least : TERSEST
58. Pass up : LETGOBY
1. Draws (on) : SUCKS
2. "One for My Baby" composer : ARLEN
3. Marsh of mystery : NGAIO
4. Beta release, essentially : TESTRUN
5. Product line : ASSEENONTV
6. Abbott, to Costello, e.g. : FOIL
7. Collier's, for one: Abbr. : ENC
8. "Call to Greatness" author Stevenson : ADLAI
9. Day's "The Pajama Game" co-star : RAITT
10. North Sea feeder : TYNE
11. Like an inscribed pillar : STELAR
12. Martha Stewart Living reader : HOMEMAKER
13. It's rarely found in the hospital : ONEGATIVE
14. Like some complexions : WAN
20. A toy it isn't : GREATDANE
22. "I Wanna Be Bad" singer ___ Ford : WILLA
24. Rule to live by : TENET
26. N.E.A. member : TCHR
27. "Something's not right here" : ISMELLARAT
28. Kharg Island resident : IRANI
29. Observe : CELEBRATE
30. Coot : OLDGEEZER
31. ___ coming : SEEIT
32. Old name in news : TASS
39. Knocking off : CEASING
41. Doesn't do just O.K. : EXCELS
44. Folder fodder : FILES
45. Open : OVERT
47. San ___ : MATEO
48. Something to resort to : PLANB
49. Kind of blond : SANDY
51. Medicine Nobelist Metchnikoff : ELIE
52. Remote option : MUTE
53. Rod : GAT
54. Mate : PAL

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