New York Times, Saturday, July 18, 2009

Author: Joe Krozel
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe Krozel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 58, Blocks: 35 Missing: {JQXZ} Minimum word length: 4 Average word length: 6.55 This is puzzle # 26 for Mr. Krozel. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Rears : DUFFS
6. Jurist who wrote "A Matter of Interpretation," 1997 : SCALIA
12. Like theater seating : INROWS
14. Delivering a tirade : SPOUTING
16. Coming from both sides : STEREO
17. Kind of gland : PROSTATE
18. Writer of "Commentarii de Bello Gallico" : CAESAR
19. Makes privy to : LETSINON
20. Watching Letterman or Conan, say : UPLATE
21. Medical inspiration? : INHALANT
22. Not merely thought : SPOKEN
23. The Bucharest Buffoon of the court : NASTASE
24. Partition : SEVER
25. ___ clue : GETA
26. Grasping things more slowly : DENSER
28. Muhammad's favorite wife : AYESHA
33. Boldness to a fault : GALL
35. Western wear : CHAPS
37. It's machine-readable : BARCODE
41. Breaker of the 400-meter freestyle world record at the 2000 Olympics : THORPE
42. "Dig in!" : HAVEATIT
43. Bandleader with the #1 hit "Blues in the Night" : HERMAN
44. Indications that things have changed? : ERASURES
45. Baseballer Fernando Valenzuela's nickname : ELTORO
46. Like a pleasant aroma : ENTICING
47. Crybaby : MOANER
48. Precede : LEADUPTO
49. It turns over before it runs : ENGINE
50. Job woe : STRESS
51. They branch off : SECTS
1. Get into : DISCUSS
2. Potential : UNTAPPED
3. 1960s catchphrase : FREELOVE
4. Like a foundling : FORSAKEN
5. They're often packed away for the summer : SWEATERS
6. Prophesy : SOOTHSAY
7. Verbally run down : CUSSAT
8. King who infamously demanded half of Rome's Western Empire as a dowry : ATTILA
9. Rain forest flora : LIANAS
10. Cantillate : INTONE
11. One may act for an actor : AGENT
13. Theologian Kierkegaard : SOREN
14. Long, thin strip : SPLINE
15. Before coming out? : PRENATAL
25. Inclination : GRADIENT
27. Star treks? : EGOTRIPS
29. Levels : ECHELONS
30. Supply-and-demand problem : SHORTAGE
31. Consonant : HARMONIC
32. Ostensible : APPARENT
34. "On your feet!" : LETSGO
36. Serape sporters : SENORES
37. Charlie of swing : BARNET
38. Embodiment : AVATAR
39. Stay : RESIDE
40. Party get-together : CAUCUS
41. Writer's development : THEME
42. They're tough to run in : HEELS

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