New York Times, Saturday, May 8, 2004

Author: Bob Peoples
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Peoples
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 26 Missing: {JKQVYZ} This is puzzle # 24 for Mr. Peoples. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Fair : TRADESHOW
10. Paul Gallico title character : ARRIS
15. Peace Memorial Museum locale : HIROSHIMA
16. Extinct Algonquian : MIAMI
17. A trust may reduce it : ESTATETAX
18. Dismay : APPAL
19. “Hair” tune : BEIN
20. Circulation aid : AIRPASSAGE
22. Grand Prix feature : ESS
23. Richard Gere title role of 2000 : DRT
24. It turns out lts. : OCS
25. “Children of the Albatross” author : NIN
26. Stagnation : STASIS
28. Abbr. before a number : TEL
29. It looks bad on the surface : DUST
30. Not flabby : TONED
31. Stand : PUTUPWITH
33. Old-fashioned alternative : CUBALIBRE
35. “Remain calm” : DONTPANIC
38. Rationed : METED
42. Victim of Polyphemus, in myth : ACIS
43. Name on an oval : STP
44. Fillet : DEBONE
45. 30-day span: Abbr. : SEP
46. Trash : DIS
47. Rapper MC ___ : REN
48. Port Huron Statement org. : SDS
49. Run into : HAPPENUPON
52. A/C measure : BTUS
53. Situation in which only 56-Across is occupied : ONEON
54. Hardly relaxed : ILLATEASE
56. See 53-Across : FIRST
57. Hard thing to fill : TALLORDER
58. Takes nothing in : FASTS
59. Discount clothing store chain : STEINMART
1. Tops : THEBEST
2. Meets : RISESTO
3. Crafty one? : ARTISAN
4. Druggist for whom some commercial pills are named : DOAN
5. It’s not exact: Abbr. : EST
6. Cuts : SHEARS
7. Number-starting prompt : HITIT
8. Taliban mullah : OMAR
9. Gush, in a way : WAXPOETIC
10. Opposite of deplete : AMASS
11. They may be put in stitches : RIPS
12. Noted Chilean island : RAPANUI
13. Ezra Pound, e.g. : IMAGIST
14. Honorable start? : SILENTH
21. “Not with ___ the heart is broken”: Emily Dickinson : ACLUB
23. Styled : DIDUP
27. They branch off : SECTS
28. ___ tree : TULIP
29. Loser : DWEEB
31. Some office attire : PANTSUITS
32. Guys in promotion : PRMEN
34. Geological depression : BASIN
35. Leave quickly : DASHOFF
36. Totalitarian state in “1984” : OCEANIA
37. Some playful pooches : NIPPERS
39. Taqueria offering : TOSTADA
40. Software developer’s concern : ENDUSER
41. What a loser may skip : DESSERT
44. Alaska’s ___ National Park : DENALI
46. Auto damage : DENTS
47. “Good Times” star, on 70’s TV : ROLLE
50. Place on duty : POST
51. Surveyor’s work : PLAT
52. Landscaping screen : BERM
55. Host : TON

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