New York Times, Friday, July 11, 2003

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JWZ} This is puzzle # 50 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Gets rid of, as a hangover : SLEEPSOFF
10. Coup group : CABAL
15. What folks are saying : VOXPOPULI
16. Name referenced in Jefferson Airplane's "White Rabbit" : ALICE
17. Gets worse : ESCALATES
18. Certain sorority member : DELTA
19. Sign of summer : LEO
20. Dead giveaways? : ESTATES
22. Tad : KID
23. Shade : TINT
25. Dejected : MOPEY
26. Golfer Ballesteros : SEVE
27. Abbr. in many court citations : ETSEQ
29. Armless seat : SIDECHAIR
31. Library sign : QUIET
33. Sources : FOUNTS
34. Cactus flower eater : IGUANA
36. Boxing champ whose autobiography was titled "A Man Must Fight" : TUNNEY
37. Some "Star Wars" roles : DROIDS
38. 1998 film based on a Chinese folk tale : MULAN
39. Goes back to zero, say : ROLLSOVER
41. Snug retreats : NESTS
45. "Young Frankenstein" woman : INGA
46. Tropical forest vine : LIANA
48. ___ Maar, Picasso subject : DORA
49. Philips of stand-up fame : EMO
50. London fog : PEASOUP
52. Pen point : NIB
53. Pre-Xerox copy : DITTO
55. Flavor-intensifying compound : GLUTAMATE
57. Square : UNHIP
58. Surgical tool : RETRACTOR
59. Stillness : PEACE
60. Subjects of King Sargon : ASSYRIANS
1. Sylphlike : SVELTE
2. Come unglued : LOSEIT
3. Record holders? : EXCONS
4. Org. launched by Nixon : EPA
5. Kind of position : POLE
6. Contraction : SPASM
7. Sailing : OUTTOSEA
8. Run-down theater : FLEAPIT
9. Two-___ (aggressive) : FISTED
10. Reprobates : CADS
11. Black and tan ingredient : ALE
12. "The Family Circus" cartoonist : BILKEANE
13. Pastime : ACTIVITY
14. Biggest stories : LEADERS
21. Check-out limit? : EYEFUL
24. #1 instrumental hit of 1958 : TEQUILA
26. Untouchable : SHUNNED
28. Squares : QUADS
30. Pulp creation of Robert E. Howard : CONAN
32. Pump liner : INSOLE
34. Mesabi Range excavation : IRONMINE
35. Traditional site of Jesus' crucifixion : GOLGOTHA
36. They're good at hits : TURNOUTS
37. Wizened : DRIEDUP
38. It may be spotted in kindergarten : MEASLES
40. Sildenafil citrate, commonly : VIAGRA
42. Series of movements : SONATA
43. Large spiral shell : TRITON
44. They have duel purposes : SABERS
47. "Mexicali Rose" singer : AUTRY
50. Tiara wearer : POPE
51. Jack of old TV : PAAR
54. Foible : TIC
56. Baby Bell competitor : MCI

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