New York Times, Saturday, April 24, 2004

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JKQ} Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry This is puzzle # 60 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Clumsy lug : APE
4. Bondsman : SERF
8. An urn, after an accident : SHARDS
14. Ammo named after its English inventor : SHRAPNEL
16. Enter with care : EASEIN
17. Place to keep leaves : TEACADDY
18. Dutch brewery : AMSTEL
19. Retract : UNSAY
20. Makes a racket : CLAMORS
22. Web-___ : TOED
23. Sierra Nevada's location : SPAIN
25. Spring : COIL
27. Organizer of senior field trips : ELDERHOSTEL
30. Zap : FRY
31. Grace period? : MEALTIME
32. Holm who played Bilbo Baggins : IAN
33. Question concerning an early arrival : ALREADY
36. Raincoat coating : GORETEX
38. Speed : HIE
39. California food fishes : POMPANOS
41. "___ Blue?" : AMI
42. 1979 Broadway hit set during the Industrial Revolution : SWEENEYTODD
46. Pioneering automaker : BENZ
48. Little problems : BRATS
49. Composer Siegmeister : ELIE
50. Preeminent, slangily : THEMOST
52. Yields : CEDES
53. Overlong : PROLIX
54. Lawbreaker with two partners : BIGAMIST
57. It's south of the Yucatán : BELIZE
58. Plantation figure : OVERSEER
59. Moor growths : SEDGES
60. Locker sites : GYMS
61. Sharp : SLY
1. Not easily misled : ASTUTE
2. "Hospital smell" chemical : PHENOL
3. Cleared : ERASED
4. Alter : SPAY
5. Top or bottom : END
6. Médoc, for one : RED
7. Angle : FLYCAST
8. Tentacled marine animals : SEAANEMONES
9. Hanseatic League city : HAMM
10. Atty. in the firm : ASSOC
11. Add new parts to, say : RETROFIT
12. Well-known hymn : DIESIRAE
13. Chase vehicle?: Abbr. : SNL
15. Scholar : ACADEME
21. One in a suit : LITIGANT
23. Doesn't really hit : SHADOWBOXES
24. Teflon and Plexiglas : POLYMERS
26. Sharp-sighted animal : LYNX
28. Brings in : REAPS
29. Satchel Paige's real first name : LEROY
33. "A grand, ungodly, godlike man" in fiction : AHAB
34. Citrus source : LIMETREE
35. Judge of film : REINHOLD
37. Holds high : ESTEEMS
40. Organic fuel source : PEATBOG
43. Radio genre : OLDIES
44. Big vehicle's need : DIESEL
45. 1930's western hero : DESTRY
47. Woody Allen film set in the 1920's : ZELIG
51. Baseballer known as the Big Cat : MIZE
52. A shopping mall has lots of these : CARS
53. Onetime "Stay curious" sloganeer : PBS
55. Creeper : IVY
56. Little masterwork : GEM

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