New York Times, Saturday, October 20, 2007

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 64, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JKQZ} This is puzzle # 103 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Small suit : SPEEDO
7. Cheese with a greenish tint : SAPSAGO
14. "The Outsiders" author : HINTON
15. Band seen at parties : STREAMER
16. Available if needed : ONCALL
17. Aircraft for the Red Baron : TRIPLANE
18. Without reservation : WHOLLY
19. "The Blessed Damozel" poet : ROSSETTI
20. "Mr. ___," 1983 comedy : MOM
21. Military classification : ACTIVE
23. Result of a day at the beach? : PEEL
24. "Infidel" author Ayaan Hirsi ___ : ALI
25. ___ Island : RHODE
26. Object of Oliver Twist's request for "more" : GRUEL
27. Semimonthly ocean occurrence : NEAPTIDE
29. Somewhat : FAIRLY
30. "___ and Janis" (comic strip) : ARLO
31. Linguist Okrand who created the Klingon language : MARC
32. It's "heavier freight for the shipper than it is for the consignee": Augustus Thomas : HATRED
35. Poem whose first, third and seventh lines are identical : RONDELET
39. Ready to explode : IRATE
40. Garçon's counterpart : FILLE
41. Application file extension : EXE
42. Big seller of smoothies : TCBY
43. Economist who wrote "The Theory of the Leisure Class" : VEBLEN
44. ___-Hulk (Marvel Comics character) : SHE
45. Goshen raceway's length : HALFMILE
47. It's cleared for a debriefing : THROAT
49. In a despicable way : ODIOUSLY
50. Play a flute : TOOTLE
51. Details : MINUTIAE
52. Book before Job : ESTHER
53. Future hunters : EAGLETS
54. Does a landscaper's job : RESODS
1. Troupe leader : SHOWMAN
2. Camera obscura feature : PINHOLE
3. Laudations : ENCOMIA
4. Bibliographical abbr. : ETAL
5. National chain of everything-costs-the-same stores : DOLLARTREE
6. Eloise of Kay Thompson books, e.g. : ONLYCHILD
7. Made an effort : STROVE
8. Become evident : ARISE
9. Enlivens, with "up" : PEPS
10. Figure seen in a store window : SALEPRICE
11. Pan American Games participant : AMATEUR
12. Refined : GENTEEL
13. Author of the 2006 best seller "Culture Warrior" : OREILLY
15. Big step : STRIDE
22. Disturbance : TODO
26. Typically green tube : GARDENHOSE
28. Gaffe at a social gathering, in modern lingo : PARTYFOUL
29. Often-unanswered missive : FANLETTER
31. Tough's partner : MOLL
32. Seemed particularly relevant : HITHOME
33. Pan's realm : ARCADIA
34. Putting aside temporarily : TABLING
35. Hearty entree : RIBEYE
36. Country of two million surrounded by a single other country : LESOTHO
37. Let the air out, say : EXHALED
38. Betrays unsteadiness : TEETERS
40. Guys : FELLAS
43. See : VISIT
46. Universal remote button : MUTE
48. Breaks down : ROTS

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