New York Times, Friday, March 23, 2007

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 26 Missing: {JKQXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 243 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Moguls on a ski run : BUMPS
6. Gimcrack : WHIMWHAM
14. And others, in the Forum : ETALII
16. Snacked : HADABITE
17. When duelists duel, sometimes : ATNOON
18. Points on bell curves : AVERAGES
19. Family name preceder : NEE
20. Vikings, e.g. : NFCTEAM
22. "Gotcha!" : HAH
23. Stoker of literature : BRAM
25. Buildings on the English countryside : OASTS
26. ___-humanité : LESE
27. "Star Wars" character, informally : ARTOO
29. Kind of power : NTH
30. Begat : SIRED
31. Really succeeds : GOESTOTHETOP
34. Spans : STRETCHESACROSS
38. Be fed up to here (with) : LOSEPATIENCE
39. Some religious artwork : IDOLS
42. Squall : CRY
43. Like some straws : OATEN
44. ___ Galerie (Manhattan art museum) : NEUE
45. Christmas entree : GOOSE
47. Means (of) : DINT
48. Chronometric std. : GMT
49. Hoydens : TOMBOYS
51. Architect born in Guangzhou : PEI
52. Sweet wine : MUSCATEL
54. Pitcher Don of the 1950's-60's Cubs : ELSTON
56. Parenthetical information : AREACODE
57. Whet again : REHONE
58. "Acoustic guitar" or "push lawn mower," e.g. : RETRONYM
59. Revolver : WHEEL
1. Some retro chairs : BEANBAGS
2. Hogwash plus : UTTERROT
3. Femme fatale : MANEATER
4. Org. for Mahmoud Abbas : PLO
5. Priory of ___, group in "The Da Vinci Code" : SION
6. "So?!" : WHATSTHEPROBLEM
7. Be in charge : HAVETHESAYSO
8. Head lights? : IDEAS
9. Teacher, in dialect : MARM
10. Ring org. : WBA
11. Kind of education : HIGHER
12. Military command : ATEASE
13. Interconnected : MESHED
15. Dope : INFO
21. "Enough joking around!" : CANTHECOMEDY
24. Light, white wine : MOSELLE
26. Not hear a single word? : LIPREAD
28. Four Holy Roman emperors : OTTOS
30. Course in the behavioral science dept. : SOCIO
32. Military training acad. : OCS
33. Parlor piece, for short? : TAT
35. Stealthily, maybe : ONTIPTOE
36. Broadway opening : SCENEONE
37. Lookout : SENTINEL
39. Relative of Sven, possibly : INGMAR
40. Reserved : DEMURE
41. Kickoff : OUTSET
45. Were friendly : GOTON
46. Appraiser : EYER
49. Food with cheese topping : TACO
50. Ton : SLEW
53. It must be tired to work : CAR
55. "That's enough!" : SHH

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