New York Times, Thursday, August 9, 2001

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: {BJQX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 22 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Church name opener : OUR
4. Vacation plan, maybe : TOUR
8. Door fixture : HASP
12. Application : USE
13. Famous squire of Spanish lit : PANZA
14. Farm letters? : EIEIO
16. High ground : THEPROMISEDLAND
19. Emblem of the House of Lancaster : REDROSE
20. Made a fool of : HAD
21. Gave, as lines : FED
22. One of the Durants : ARIEL
23. High ground : PARADISE
25. High ground : CITYOFGOD
28. Love inspirer : EROS
29. Typography units : ENS
30. Amble or shamble : GAIT
31. Harped (on) : DWELT
32. Middle ground : PURGATORY
35. 1966 Michael Caine role : ALFIE
38. Big do : GALA
39. Walther ___ (007's gun) : PPK
42. Former capital of Nicaragua : LEON
43. Low ground : PERDITION
45. Low ground : TARTARUS
48. Immediate occasion : NONCE
49. Bearer of the Commandments : ARK
50. Discontinuity : GAP
51. Athelstane's romantic rival : IVANHOE
53. Low ground : INFERNALREGIONS
56. Compact stuff : ROUGE
57. Fluff up, as hair : TEASE
58. Bud of Bud : LOU
59. Arctic sight : FLOE
60. It's right on the map : EAST
61. Talent that defies sci. : ESP
1. Get there before : OUTRACE
2. Mark the beginning of : USHERIN
3. Adapts for a new audience : REEDITS
4. Where Kit Carson is buried : TAOS
5. "Lean ___" : ONME
6. Automatic : UZI
7. Mrs. Huxtable's portrayer : RASHAD
8. Tinseltown gossip Hopper : HEDDA
9. Trouble : AIL
10. Marine bioluminescence : SEAFIRE
11. Clorox Company product : PINESOL
13. Speech that opens a play : PROLOGUE
15. Least explicable : ODDEST
17. Hunted : PREY
18. Corn serving : EAR
23. Creamy soups : POTAGES
24. ___-eyed (naive) : DEWY
26. Substantially : FAR
27. Small carriage : GIG
31. It's poor on the moor : DRAINAGE
32. Pub order : PINT
33. Creosote source : TAR
34. Word before school or master : OLD
35. Brightest star in the Aquila constellation : ALTAIR
36. Find out about : LEARNOF
37. Big bite of spaghetti : FORKFUL
39. Tiny aperture : PINHOLE
40. Pennsylvania resort area : POCONOS
41. British dance party : KNEESUP
43. Enter a nonfeeding state : PUPATE
44. Actress Collette of "The Sixth Sense" : TONI
46. Jibe : AGREE
47. Bolted : RAN
51. Long-term finan. plans : IRAS
52. Buttoned item : VEST
54. ___ ideal : EGO
55. Grassy tract : LEA

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