New York Times, Saturday, October 9, 2004

Author: Byron Walden
Editor: Will Shortz
Byron Walden
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 28 Missing: {JQVZ} Spans: 3, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Refusing to give : ADAMANT
8. Part of a place setting : UTENSIL
15. High-crime district : BADAREA
16. Half profile? : KENNEDY
17. John ___, who directed "The Magnificent Seven" : STURGES
18. Role for which George Burns won Best Supporting Actor in "The Sunshine Boys" : ALLEWIS
19. Part for five Beethoven sonatas : CELLO
20. Suffix with colour : ISE
21. With 51-Down, a common tennis score : ONE
22. Part of a proportional representation? : ISTO
23. "___ missing ..." : SOMETHINGS
27. ___ Genevieve, Mo. : STE
28. Year of the first Davis Cup matches : MCM
29. Burns's "O Were My Love ___ Lilac Fair" : YON
30. Resort south of Tampa : SARASOTASPRINGS
37. High school subject : AMERICANHISTORY
38. Fire safety measure : SPRINKLERSYSTEM
39. "___ Deutsch, bitte" (German teacher's request) : AUF
40. After everything : NET
41. Insurrectionist : REB
42. Shifts places? : DRESSRACKS
46. Filmmaker Riefenstahl : LENI
47. Harding's 1920 opponent : COX
48. Suffix with tubul- : OSE
49. Italian lover's coo : TIAMO
50. Open : UNLATCH
53. White option : CHABLIS
55. Small and round : PEALIKE
56. Actress Dombasle of French film : ARIELLE
57. Gender-neutral : SEXLESS
58. "Of course!" : WELLYES
1. Distances from the y-axis on a graph : ABSCISSAS
2. Office gadget : DATESTAMP
3. One leaving the band to pursue other interests? : ADULTERER
4. Thomas in entertainment : MARLO
5. It survived the crashing rocks, in myth : ARGO
6. Previously : NEE
7. Some grad students, for short : TAS
8. Decree : UKASE
9. Old UPI employees : TELETYPISTS
10. Photo reprint option: Abbr. : ENL
11. Bristol-to-Birmingham dir. : NNE
12. Attach, as stripes : SEWON
13. Pointing a finger at : IDING
14. Dissolves, as cells : LYSES
20. Innateness : IMMANENCE
23. Farm workers' protective outerwear : SMOCKFROCKS
24. Of a certain number system : OCTAL
25. Merry-go-round figure, to a child : HORSY
26. Some needlework: Abbr. : INITS
31. 1987 Nobel Peace Prize recipient : ARIAS
32. Drainage site : SINUS
33. Lovable 2001 cartoon hero : SHREK
34. "I wouldn't say so" : NOTREALLY
35. Tom Hanks film, with "The" : GREENMILE
36. Mutual relationships : SYMBIOSES
42. Big top features? : DCUPS
43. Blakley of "Nashville" : RONEE
44. Novartis product : EXLAX
45. Remains : ASHES
46. Write wrongs : LIBEL
49. Detective, at times : TAIL
51. See 21-Across : ALL
52. What 21-Across 51-Down is : TIE
53. Harsh sound : CAW
54. Longtime Hapsburg domain: Abbr. : HRE

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