New York Times, Monday, February 14, 2005

Author: Janet R. Bender
Editor: Will Shortz
Janet R. Bender
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: none – this is a pangram Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 22 for Ms. Bender. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Lavish entertainment : FETE
5. At a distance : AFAR
9. Russian country house : DACHA
14. Realtor's unit : ACRE
15. Exploration org. : NASA
16. Actor Hawke : ETHAN
17. Title for Jesus : THEGOODSHEPHERD
20. Chi-town team : SOX
21. Slimmer's regimen : DIET
22. Contents of Bartlett's : QUOTES
23. Peddle : VEND
24. Mows : CUTS
25. Lightest-colored : PALEST
28. Pre-dye hair shade, often : GRAY
29. Revolutionary Guevara : CHE
32. Champion tennis servers : ACERS
33. Russia's ___ Mountains : URAL
34. "Slow down!" : WHOA
35. 1976 Walter Matthau/Tatum O'Neal movie : THEBADNEWSBEARS
38. Private investigators, for short : TECS
39. Iranian money : RIAL
40. Africa's Sierra ___ : LEONE
41. Suffix with book or freak : ISH
42. Baseball glove : MITT
43. Expired : LAPSED
44. Smooth, as a drive : PAVE
45. One of the three H's in a summer weather forecast : HAZY
46. Gas rating number : OCTANE
49. Coarse fiber : JUTE
50. "Ugh!" : ICK
53. 1958 best seller by William J. Lederer and Eugene Burdick : THEUGLYAMERICAN
56. Concise : TERSE
57. Shakespeare's stream : AVON
58. Major-___ (bigwig) : DOMO
59. Name on a deed : OWNER
60. Store : MART
61. One more time : ANEW
1. Chief parts of adipose tissue : FATS
2. Sound in a long hallway : ECHO
3. Big-mouthed carnivorous dinosaur, for short : TREX
4. Hosp. brain readout : EEG
5. Make sacred : ANOINT
6. No longer bright : FADED
7. Aide: Abbr. : ASST
8. The old college cheer : RAH
9. Second-in-command : DEPUTY
10. One of the Three Musketeers : ATHOS
11. Atkins of country music : CHET
12. Big-eared hopper : HARE
13. "No ifs, ___ or buts" : ANDS
18. Texas oil city : ODESSA
19. Is, in math : EQUALS
23. Predicate parts : VERBS
24. Words moving along the bottom of a TV screen : CRAWL
25. Singer Page : PATTI
26. Suffers after overexercise : ACHES
27. Bloodsucker : LEECH
28. Terrific : GREAT
29. Total confusion : CHAOS
30. Singer Lena or Marilyn : HORNE
31. Relaxed : EASED
33. Come together : UNITE
34. Tearful : WEEPY
36. Twaddle : DRIVEL
37. Sports jacket : BLAZER
42. Christmas display sight : MANGER
43. Underlying : LATENT
44. Temporary halt : PAUSE
45. Comedy : HUMOR
46. Director Preminger : OTTO
47. Prepare to swallow : CHEW
48. Beach bird : TERN
49. Coffee, slangily : JAVA
50. Universally known figure : ICON
51. Arrived : CAME
52. "Well, what do you ___?!" : KNOW
54. Thanksgiving side dish : YAM
55. Boise's home: Abbr. : IDA

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