New York Times, Friday, September 30, 2005

Author: Nancy Kavanaugh
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Kavanaugh
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: none – this is a pangram Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 22 for Ms. Kavanaugh. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Risky person to neck with : DRACULA
8. Place for an embedded journalist : WARZONE
15. Entices : ROPESIN
16. The Angelic Doctor : AQUINAS
17. Shamed : ABASHED
18. Manuscript headings : RUBRICS
19. Like some dresses and drinks : BELTED
20. ___ dare : ONA
21. Pith : CORE
22. New N.F.L. team of 1950 : BROWNS
24. Scale composition : TONES
25. Prefix with cab : PEDI
28. Salmon ___ : ROE
29. Script writer : PEN
30. Pinwheel turner : STREAMOFAIR
33. Shogun's capital : EDO
36. Reputation ruiner : SCANDALOUSRUMOR
38. Friend's possessive : THY
39. Lack of starch : INFORMALITY
40. Dram : JOT
41. Eastern way : TAO
42. Attraction at Chicago's Field Museum : TREX
43. Advice for the easily distracted : FOCUS
46. Like some excuses : FEEBLE
48. It's known for its bell ringers : AVON
49. Common bar order, briefly : BUD
50. More supernatural : EERIER
54. Like veal calves : MILKFED
56. Roald Dahl title character : MATILDA
57. Broke in, e.g. : ENTERED
58. Parrotlike behavior : ECHOING
59. Seer's "revelation" : DESTINY
60. Considering that : WHEREAS
1. Cheerless : DRAB
2. Cover-up : ROBE
3. "C'mon, be ___" : APAL
4. "That's fine," in France : CESTBIEN
5. Work with a flashlight : USHER
6. Be quiescent : LIEDORMANT
7. "Do go on …" : AND
8. Tips off : WARNS
9. Liquid, to a pharmacist : AQUA
10. Polish : RUB
11. Matura diamond, actually : ZIRCON
12. Source of some tears : ONION
13. Certain shell liner : NACRE
14. Leaders of San Salvador : ESSES
20. Like many ice-skating spins : ONEFOOTED
23. "Orlando" novelist : WOOLF
24. Land : TERRA
25. Head-turner : PSST
26. Impress clearly : ETCH
27. Heavy hauler : DRAY
29. Town south of San Luis Obispo : PISMOBEACH
31. Parting word : ADIOS
32. Emanations, old-style : AURAE
33. Kaffiyehed commander : EMIR
34. Spoil, with "on" : DOTE
35. African grazer : ORYX
37. Beyond what is openly said : ULTERIOR
40. Outing : JUNKET
43. Big-name : FAMED
44. Like Little Bo-Peep's charges : OVINE
45. Would-be studs : COLTS
46. Stuffy sort, in slang : FUDDY
47. River in Hades : LETHE
49. Lived : BEEN
51. "Would ___?" : ILIE
52. Best seen on-screen : EDNA
53. No fancy threads : RAGS
55. It may be casual: Abbr. : FRI
56. Small gull : MEW

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