New York Times, Friday, March 30, 2007

Author: David Quarfoot
Editor: Will Shortz
David Quarfoot
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 33 Missing: {FGJQ} This is puzzle # 15 for Mr. Quarfoot. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. With 60-Across, much-heard sound bite of 1988 : READMYLIPS
11. "The Human Stain" novelist : ROTH
15. Singer of the Top 10 hit "Walk on Water" : EDDIEMONEY
16. Emperor for only three months : OTHO
17. Unpleasant cause of being woken up : SMOKEALARM
18. Start of a break-in? : AHEM
19. Part of a party line : TENET
20. Pale purple shade : IRIS
21. Slight : MERE
22. Obsolete : DEAD
23. Draw alternative : STUD
24. One of Canada's two main polit. parties : LIB
25. Do-do link : ASI
26. "Miracle on 34th Street" director : SEATON
28. Range of some robe wearers : ALTO
29. "We definitely should" : YESLETS
31. Service cover-up? : TEACOZY
33. Top prize at las Olimpiadas : ORO
34. Drainpipe discovery : RAT
35. Circuit City alternative : BESTBUY
39. Flouts : DERIDES
43. Scuffling : ATIT
44. Exercise : TONEUP
46. Org. established by Nixon : EPA
47. Hill, in Hebrew : TEL
48. Some dolls : KENS
49. Cover : VEIL
50. Language closely related to Montagnais : CREE
52. With no imperfections : TOAT
53. Pop label : PEPSI
54. 1999 Jodie Foster title role : ANNA
55. Cardinal, e.g. : HOLYPERSON
57. Fermentation locations : VATS
58. Being supportive : ONONESSIDE
59. Actress Sommer : ELKE
60. See 1-Across : NONEWTAXES
1. Athlete's downtime : RESTDAY
2. "With Reagan" memoir writer : EDMEESE
3. 1821 elegy to commemorate Keats : ADONAIS
4. Like some banks : DIKED
5. An athlete might swim in it : MEET
6. First name in exotica music : YMA
7. Teases : LOLITAS
8. Bored with life, say : INARUT
9. Olivine variety : PERIDOT
10. Jazz singer Sylvia : SYMS
11. Range : ROAM
12. It was first performed at Whitehall Palace in 1604 : OTHELLO
13. Posh place to stay in Piccadilly, familiarly : THERITZ
14. Hood moniker : HOMEBOY
23. Start : SETOUT
26. Dweller on the Morava River : SERB
27. Greek sea god : NEREUS
28. Broadway opening : ACTI
30. Dole's successor in the Senate : LOTT
32. Grp. founded by a former high-school principal in 1958 : AARP
35. Robin's place : BATCAVE
36. Never cut off : ETERNAL
37. Knuckle head? : SILENTK
38. "Starpeace" performer : YOKOONO
39. Brand available in "fire" and "ice" : DENTYNE
40. Pitch : DEEPSIX
41. Serial number? : EPISODE
42. Hospital supply : SALINES
45. Miller's "S.N.L." "Weekend Update" successor : NEALON
49. Part of v.v. : VERSA
51. Opposite of aggravate : EASE
52. Fund-raising suffix : THON
53. Slug, say : PEST
56. Place of worship : PEW

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