New York Times, Friday, August 25, 2000

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: {JXZ} This is puzzle # 58 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Place for tired Turkish travelers : IMARET
7. Liberal, in politics : THELWORD
15. 41-Across request : NOMAYO
16. Doctor, at times : REFERRER
17. American Shaker leader : ANNLEE
18. No place for a rig : ALLEYWAY
19. Seascape sights : SAILS
20. Weasel : SNEAK
21. Prefix with cycle : EPI
22. City on the Hudson : TROY
23. Lacks : HASNT
24. Kind of engr. : ELEC
25. It may be hard to follow : ACT
26. Zoe's role in "Master Class" : MARIA
27. São Paulo has one : TILDE
28. "There's no turning back now" : THISISIT
30. Summer stretch: Abbr. : AUG
31. Dates : ESCORTS
32. Secretly : ONTHEQT
36. Like a bairn : WEE
37. Bullheaded one? : MINOTAUR
38. Crab apple and others : POMES
41. Where to work on the side : DINER
42. One on le trône : ROI
43. Sch. with tuition : ACAD
44. Work stations : DESKS
45. Abbr. on an invoice : ATTN
46. Abbr. in a price : CTS
47. "___ again!" : GUESS
48. Swamp sound : CROAK
49. Gurkha conquest of 1768 : KATMANDU
51. One of the friends on "Friends" : PHOEBE
52. Quarterbacks : OVERSEES
53. Igneous rock : BASALT
54. View from Aberdeen : NORTHSEA
55. Units of volume : STERES
1. Perturbed : INASTATE
2. Ruling class : MONARCHS
3. Kind of sac : AMNIOTIC
4. Good news for an investor : RALLY
5. They may be blue in the face : EYES
6. Place for a ring, perhaps : TOE
7. Passage : TRANSIT
8. Queen City of the Rockies : HELENA
9. Beethoven's "Eroica" is in it : EFLAT
10. Bulbous vegetable : LEEK
11. Like some observations : WRY
12. "Coming Up for Air" novelist : ORWELL
13. Did a farm job : REAPED
14. It sublimes at -109.26°F : DRYICE
20. Agra attire : SARIS
23. Speeders make it : HASTE
24. Figure skating? : EIGHT
26. Entangles : MIRES
27. Coach : TUTOR
29. Did a farm job : SOWED
30. Baxter and others : ANNES
32. They're heard in a pen : OINKS
33. Beam's path : EARTOEAR
34. Like Yogi Berra : QUOTABLE
35. Party favors : TRINKETS
37. Title first awarded in 1952 : MISSUSA
38. Gain, as weight : PACKON
39. 6 x 9-inch book size : OCTAVO
40. Boxer's trainer, e.g. : MASTER
41. Political analyst Myers : DEEDEE
44. Buggy places? : DUNES
45. Came up : AROSE
47. More than scrape : GASH
48. On-line activity : CHAT
50. "Rocky III" actor : MRT
51. Where to find Charlie Rose : PBS

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