New York Times, Monday, July 23, 2007

Author: Randall J. Hartman
Editor: Will Shortz
Randall J. Hartman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 59 for Mr. Hartman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Toast to one's health : SALUD
6. Whooping ___ : CRANE
11. Belle of the ball : DEB
14. Humiliate : ABASE
15. Ship from the Mideast : OILER
16. Commercial cousin of crazy eights : UNO
17. Traps off the coast of Maine : LOBSTERPOTS
19. Get-up-and-go : PEP
20. Horn sound : TOOT
21. Urns : VASES
22. Nozzle site : HOSE
23. Southerner in the Civil War : REBEL
25. "___ you asked ..." : SINCE
26. Part of a TV catchphrase from Howie Mandel : NODEAL
28. Ball catcher behind a catcher : BACKSTOP
31. Thesis defenses : ORALS
32. Identical to : SAMEAS
33. Twisted, as humor : WRY
34. Source of disruption to satellites : SUNSPOT
36. "My man!" : BRO
39. Disobeys : DEFIES
40. Letter-shaped skyscraper support : IBEAM
42. Sleeveless shirts : TANKTOPS
45. Strained relations? : INLAWS
46. Bakery fixtures : OVENS
47. Goad : EGGON
48. Moist, as morning grass : DEWY
49. Los Angeles's San ___ Bay : PEDRO
52. Mayberry lad : OPIE
55. Santa ___ winds : ANA
56. Gotham tabloid : NEWYORKPOST
58. Yank : TUG
59. Kennel club classification : BREED
60. Guy : FELLA
61. Wide shoe spec : EEE
62. Put a hex on : CURSE
63. Fish basket : CREEL
1. Pepper's partner : SALT
2. "Peek-___" : ABOO
3. Jerry Lewis telethon time : LABORDAY
4. Andrew Carnegie corp. : USSTEEL
5. Investigator: Abbr. : DET
6. Reef material : CORAL
7. Steals, with "off" : RIPS
8. Skin cream ingredient : ALOE
9. New Jersey hoopsters : NETS
10. Places to see M.D.'s in a hurry : ERS
11. Company behind nylon and Teflon : DUPONT
12. Georges who composed "Romanian Rhapsodies" : ENESCO
13. "Little" shepherdess of children's verse : BOPEEP
18. Daredevil Knievel : EVEL
22. Serpentine sound : HISS
24. Droopy-eared hounds : BASSETS
25. Rink activity : SKATING
26. This instant : NOW
27. Bobby ___, the only N.H.L.'er to win the Hart, Norris, Ross and Smythe trophies in the same year : ORR
28. Points on a diamond? : BASES
29. Roadies' loads : AMPS
30. Corporate V.I.P. : CEO
32. Salon sound : SNIP
35. Roswell sighting : UFO
36. Tall, skinny guy : BEANPOLE
37. Like vegetables in salads : RAW
38. Mantra syllables : OMS
39. Designer letters : DKNY
41. Knee-slapping goof : BLOOPER
42. Thus far : TODATE
43. Street : AVENUE
44. Music genre for Enya : NEWAGE
45. Aviation pioneer Sikorsky : IGOR
47. Wash away, as soil : ERODE
49. Andean land : PERU
50. Pitcher : EWER
51. Turns red, perhaps : DYES
53. "Survivor" setting, sometimes : ISLE
54. And others, briefly : ETAL
56. Peacock network : NBC
57. Col. Sanders's chain : KFC

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