New York Times, Saturday, February 17, 2007

Author: Robert H. Wolfe
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert H. Wolfe
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 62, Blocks: 37 Missing: {JKQXYZ} This is puzzle # 73 for Mr. Wolfe. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Facility with many schools : FISHFARM
9. One using the metric system? : BARD
13. Way over the line : INTOODEEP
15. Less likely to reconcile : SORER
16. Further stirring : REAROUSAL
17. Very small serving : TASTE
18. Jude, e.g. : EPISTLE
19. Toys, for tots : AMUSERS
21. Mine shaft borer : TREPAN
22. Put a ceiling on : CAP
23. Telemarketing need: Abbr. : NOS
24. Eponymous Scottish inventor : WATT
25. High-rise, e.g. : EDIFICE
27. Habitations : ABODES
29. Don Juan : SEDUCER
30. Saturnine : GLUM
31. Some sprouts : LADS
32. Ski resort sights : AFRAMES
36. Soft, transversely ribbed fabric : FAILLE
39. Unfeminine : MANNISH
40. ___ of Court : INNS
41. Where tests are often given: Abbr. : ERS
42. Angus rejection : NAE
43. Medical school course : ETHICS
46. Supplement : CODICIL
48. Daring adventurer : SWASHER
50. See 20-Down : AMOVE
51. Advanced point : LATESTAGE
53. Defeater of Holyfield and Tyson : LEWIS
54. Decorate : SMARTENUP
55. Eremitic : LONE
56. Sullies : ASPERSES
1. Captain's command : FIRE
2. Feckless : INEPT
3. Landing place : STAIR
4. Miss in a derby? : HORSEWOMAN
5. Step on it : FOOTPAD
6. Not merely like : ADULATE
7. Chafes (at) : RESENTS
8. Pronoun for Pliny : MEA
9. Givers of unfriendly hugs : BOAS
10. Like some poisoning : ARSENICAL
11. Go back : RETROCEDE
12. Valets, at times : DRESSERS
14. Director's cry : PLACES
15. Clueless : STUPID
20. With 50-Across, acted : MADE
26. Sharer of both parents : FULLSISTER
27. Spider producer : ALFAROMEO
28. Torches : BURNSDOWN
30. Hunter's lure : GAMECALL
33. Lessens the force of : MINCES
34. Tony's player on "NYPD Blue" : ESAI
35. Pasta variety : SHELLS
36. Galician galas : FIESTAS
37. It's across the Albert Canal from Liège : ANTWERP
38. How decisions shouldn't be made : INHASTE
44. "Charlie ___ Secret" (1935 film) : CHANS
45. "On a similar note," e.g. : SEGUE
47. Jazz singer Anderson : IVIE
49. Ones with talent? : REPS
52. "I ___ shepherd of those sheep": Millay : AMA

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