New York Times, Friday, March 2, 2007

Author: Eric Berlin
Editor: Will Shortz
Eric Berlin
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 33 Missing: {JQW} This is puzzle # 28 for Mr. Berlin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Waylay : ACCOST
7. Object of ailurophobia : CAT
10. Penny : pound :: ___ : krone : ORE
13. Bug's midsection : SHORTU
14. "Hollywood Homicide" actress, 2003 : OLIN
15. Box to check on a form : SEX
16. TV show that earned Jane Wyman a Golden Globe : FALCONCREST
18. Protestant denom. : BAP
19. Handy thing to know?: Abbr. : ASL
20. Like some church matters : LAICAL
21. List heading : TODO
22. Try : STAB
24. Band components : SNAREDRUMS
26. Polo of "Meet the Fockers" : TERI
27. Archaeological handle : ANSA
28. Out of this world : EERIE
29. The Oscars, e.g. : GALA
31. What two zeroes after a dot may mean : NOCENTS
33. 1978-80 F.B.I. sting that forced a U.S. senator to resign : ABSCAM
35. Big bills : CNOTES
36. Green shade : AVOCADO
37. First name in architecture : EERO
38. One not pure of heart : HATER
39. Boss for agents Youngfellow and Rossi : NESS
41. Object of a scout's search : PASS
45. Alcohol-laced cookie : BRANDYSNAP
47. Blue prints? : SMUT
48. Play bit : LINE
49. "Willow Song" opera : OTELLO
51. Cost : ARE
52. Here, over there : ICI
53. Common and cheap : ADIMEADOZEN
55. French pronoun : SES
56. Certain asst. : SECY
57. Snap out of it : COMETO
58. Bygone flier : SST
59. Animal with a white rump : ELK
60. Destroys : ERASES
1. Equally quick : ASFAST
2. Pure : CHASTE
3. Arrest : COLLAR
4. Dungeons & Dragons beast : ORC
5. Adaptable aircraft : STOL
6. Sandwich filler : TUNASALAD
7. End-of-season event : CLEARANCESALE
8. It divides people : AISLE
9. "We know drama" sloganeer : TNT
10. Rocker with the 1981 triple-platinum album "Diary of a Madman" : OSBOURNE
11. Signs back in : READMITS
12. Some "60 Minutes" pieces : EXPOSES
14. Ocean threats : ORCAS
17. Dessert garnish : CINNAMONSTICK
21. Dangers for paragliders : TREETOPS
23. Hoo-ha : BIGSCENE
25. Ornamentation : DECOR
30. "What ___!" : ACARD
32. It's to the left of a dot : ONESPLACE
33. Misers' feelings : AVARICES
34. Plant supervisor? : BOTANIST
36. Words of contentment : AHBLISS
40. Other side : ENEMY
42. Floors : AMAZES
43. France's F.B.I., formerly : SURETE
44. Some assistants : STENOS
46. Tyrolean refrain : YODEL
50. Must, say : ODOR
53. Peer Gynt's mother : ASE
54. Medical suffix : OMA

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