New York Times, Friday, March 18, 2005

Author: Ed Early
Editor: Will Shortz
Ed Early
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33 Missing: {QVWXZ} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 42 for Mr. Early. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Squeals : BLABS
6. One of the Ewings on "Dallas" : PAM
9. Father of well-known twins : ISAAC
14. Gold-related : AURIC
15. He racked up 645 assists : ORR
16. Liquor alternative, in verse : CANDY
17. Like an unlucky thief : CAUGHTREDHANDED
20. When doubled, a literary lecher : HUMBERT
21. Beethoven's one : EINS
22. Many correspondents, nowadays : EMAILERS
24. Lions play in it: Abbr. : NFC
27. Like the thief at 17-Across : SENTENCEDTOJAIL
31. Piece activists?: Abbr. : NRA
32. Revolts : RIOTS
33. "Picnic" playwright : INGE
34. Songlike : ARIOSO
36. Hall-of-Fame golfer Tommy ___, called the "Silver Scot" : ARMOUR
38. Hugh Downs was his announcer : PAAR
39. Some knit goods : LISLE
42. Dot follower : ORG
43. Like the thief at 17- and 27-Across : UNDERLOCKANDKEY
47. Tally: Abbr. : PTS
48. Not enter hurriedly : EASEINTO
49. Cause of some shaking : AGUE
50. Short land route between two lakes : PORTAGE
54. Classic moral : CRIMEDOESNOTPAY
58. "The Wild Duck" playwright : IBSEN
59. Inner city, e.g. : URB
60. Loyal subject : LIEGE
61. Megacorporation : GIANT
62. Longest river of Scotland : TAY
63. German shoe material : LEDER
1. Mass producer : BACH
2. Occasion to cook in an imu : LUAU
3. Kind of lily : ARUM
4. High roller's venture : BIGBET
5. They have plots : SCHEMERS
6. Attachment in classical architecture : PORTICO
7. Form of "to be" : ARE
8. 2002 title role for Adam Sandler : MRDEEDS
9. Rejoinder to a doubter : ICANSO
10. Without : SANS
11. Additionally : AND
12. "Fables in Slang" author : ADE
13. Children's book illustrator Moore : CYD
18. Romantic plotter in "The Taming of the Shrew" : TRANIO
19. "Honey in the Horn" jazzman : HIRT
23. Court call : LET
24. Title subject of a classic 1922 documentary : NANOOK
25. 1, for one : FIGURE
26. Cloth : CLERGY
27. Purchase quickly : SNAPUP
28. Seeking adventure : ERRANT
29. Juvenile dragonflies : NAIADS
30. Name in the original "Star Trek" : JIM
35. Graphite, e.g. : ORE
36. Its motto is "To help them, you have to help yourself first" : ALANON
37. Landlord's record : RENTROLL
39. Get the short end of the stick : LOSEOUT
40. Driving danger : ICE
41. Passes jauntily : SKIPSBY
44. University officer : REGENT
45. Sing a paean to : LAUD
46. Golfer Pepper : DOTTIE
49. Service approval : AMEN
51. Did like : APED
52. Plum variety : GAGE
53. One giving the once-over : EYER
54. Smoke : CIG
55. An Indian might get one: Abbr. : RBI
56. "Love ___ Ball" (1963 comedy) : ISA
57. Chronology component : ERA

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