New York Times, Saturday, June 4, 2005

Author: Byron Walden
Editor: Will Shortz
Byron Walden
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 34 Missing: {FJQVYZ} This is puzzle # 23 for Mr. Walden. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Split components : SCOOPS
7. See 7-Down : USSTATE
14. Get ready for the long haul : TANKUP
15. Candlebearer, in Anglican services : TAPERER
16. Occult matters : ARCANA
17. Old French dynasty member : CAPETIAN
18. Letters for Alpha-Bits? : RDA
19. Theater request : SHHHH
21. Fats Waller's "___ Honey Are You?" : WHOSE
22. Broad : DAME
24. Twin cities Ulm and ___-Ulm : NEU
25. Big Cup maker : REESES
26. The ___ watch : ONETO
28. Lead role in "Hawaii Five-O" : MCGARRETT
30. Cartoonist who founded the Museum of Cartoon Art : MORTWALKER
32. Capital on the Colorado : AUSTINTEXAS
36. Wintertime Forest Service employee : SNOWRANGER
39. Item of apparel patented in 1913 : BRASSIERE
44. Bristles : SETAE
45. "The Phantom of the Opera" author : LEROUX
46. Literary inits. : RLS
48. Kitchen meas. : TBSP
49. Strand up north, say : ICEIN
50. Blotto : OILED
52. "What was ___ believe?" : ITO
53. Endangered wetland fowl : MOORHENS
55. Spheres : REALMS
57. Fell sharply? : POLEAXE
58. Refuse to go along with : BALKAT
59. Camp nuisance : SKEETER
60. Some bulbs : ONIONS
1. "American Idol" quest : STARDOM
2. Girolamo ___, Italian mathematician who first published the solution to the general cubic equation : CARDANO
3. Captured, in a way : ONCAMERA
4. River in Irkutsk : OKA
5. "Sanity clause" and others : PUNS
6. 1950's Braves pitching ace : SPAHN
7. The 45th 7-Across : UTAH
8. Gull : SAP
9. One given to diatribes : SPEWER
10. Restraint : TETHER
11. Not recitative : ARIOSE
12. Afternoon service : TEASET
13. Nobel-winning physicist Rutherford : ERNEST
17. Celebrity hinted at by the ends of 30-, 32- and 36-Across : CHUCKNORRIS
20. It marks the end of a shift : HEMLINE
23. "Some friend you are," more classically : ETTU
25. With more to be done? : RARER
27. Stinging remarks? : OWS
29. Kind of card : GETWELL
31. When some watch the local news : ATSIX
33. ___ in xylophone : XAS
34. "Fisherman With ___" (1868 Frédéric Bazille painting) : ANET
35. Central figure at the fictional Ft. Baxter : SGTBILKO
37. Photography pioneer : EASTMAN
38. Puts back on one's blog : REPOSTS
39. Sights at many football games : BLIMPS
40. Get something done? : RECOOK
41. Iris part : AREOLE
42. Evening out? : SOIREE
43. Baby's beach necessity : SUNHAT
47. Croatian leader? : SERBO
50. Lollapalooza : ONER
51. Recipient of many referrals : DEAN
54. River to the English Channel : EXE
56. Quarry quasher of 1970 : ALI

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