New York Times, Saturday, April 12, 2008

Author: Byron Walden
Editor: Will Shortz
Byron Walden
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 26 Missing: {QVXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 48 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Strip authority : PITBOSS
8. Savanna bounders : IMPALAS
15. Situation early in an inning : ONEAWAY
16. Target of some soccer kicks : FARPOST
17. Lipitor and such : STATINS
18. State University of New York campus site : ONEONTA
19. Like some glasses : THREED
20. 1950s Dodgers pitcher ___ Labine : CLEM
21. With 32-Down, end of an advertising pitch : GET
22. Go-___ (certain motorized scooters) : PEDS
23. Ink holder : PAD
24. French department that's home to the Chartreuse Mountains : ISERE
26. G.I. hangout : USO
27. Subject of a golf lesson : GRIP
29. Pulitzer-winning historian Doris ___ Goodwin : KEARNS
30. Kennedyesque conquests : NEWFRONTIERS
33. Player coached by Hank Stram : KANSASCITYCHIEF
37. Mayor's introduction? : THEHONORABLE
38. Wearer of a wraparound cloth called a lavalava : SAMOAN
41. Like the hoi polloi : NONU
42. With 14-Down, part of a U.S. political map : RED
43. Customary start for Wimbledon singles finals : TWOPM
44. Finish, with "up" : SEW
45. Kegger cry : TOGA
46. Bender : JAG
47. "___ sir ..." : KIND
49. Tub handle? : PARKAY
51. A musician might pick it : UKULELE
53. TNT ingredient? : TOLUENE
54. Bouts of madness : DELIRIA
55. Kindergarten admonition : ACTNICE
56. Sealed : ENSURED
57. Rested : TOOKTEN
1. Like the grunge rock movement : POSTPUNK
2. Where Neptune can be found : INTHESEA
3. Level : TEARDOWN
4. "America the Beautiful" poet Katharine Lee ___ : BATES
5. Boo-boo : OWIE
6. Gear impediment : SAND
7. M.O. : SYS
8. "Too rich for my blood" : IFOLD
9. Place for a comb : MANE
10. Top Médoc classification : PREMIERCRU
11. Certain mail destination: Abbr. : APO
12. More strung out : LONGER
13. Not ahead : ASTERN
14. See 42-Across : STATES
20. Underwritten? : CAPTIONED
23. Recipe amount : PINCH
25. Slovenian-born N.B.A. guard Vujacic : SASHA
27. The Galloping Gourmet : GRAHAMKERR
28. "Watership Down" director Martin : ROSEN
29. Defend with focus, in football : KEYON
31. Setting numbered in multiples of the square root of 2 : FSTOP
32. See 21-Across : ITNOW
34. Admission of clumsiness : IBROKEIT
35. Polish : ELEGANCE
36. Palestinian fighters : FEDAYEEN
38. Hospital patron : STJUDE
39. Stimulate : AWAKEN
40. Big wheels : MOGULS
44. Winner of a record 82 P.G.A. Tour events : SNEAD
45. Ventriloquist's prop : TRUNK
48. Tennis's Nastase : ILIE
49. ___ adagio (score direction) : POCO
50. Word with flute or horn : ALTO
52. "Lucky Number Slevin" actress, 2006 : LIU
53. Reciprocal action : TAT

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