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New York Times, Thursday, July 31, 2008

Author:
Allan E. Parrish
Editor:
Will Shortz
Koko who communicates through American Sign Language, e.g.
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 20 for Mr. Parrish.
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B
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M
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© 2008, The New York Times7/31/08 ( No. 21,450 )
Across
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Temple activity : WORSHIP
8
Tex-Mex treats : TAMALES
15
Wedding gown material : BROCADE
16
Distinguished : EMINENT
17
Dean Martin, for one : CROONER
18
Bach work : CANTATA
19
1979 Bee Gees chart-topper : TOOMUCHHEAVEN
21
Civvies : MUFTI
23
___ change : OIL
24
QB's stat. : INT
25
Great Plains tribe : OTO
26
County of St. Andrews, Scotland : FIFE
28
Part of a seal : MOTTO
30
Professor Lupin in Harry Potter books, e.g. : WEREWOLF
33
Creator of the Bennet family : AUSTEN
34
Band with the 1970 hit "Get Ready" : RAREEARTH
36
One of the four evangelists, briefly : STMARK
39
Many Latin compositions : EPITAPHS
43
Come up : ARISE
44
Shot (off) : SPED
45
Yes, in Yokohama : HAI
46
Let go : CAN
47
Author of a once-popular book of quotations : MAO
48
Devil : SCAMP
50
1979 AC/DC seven-time platinum album : HIGHWAYTOHELL
55
Blow up : ENLARGE
56
Emit : RADIATE
59
Smaller than small : TEENIER
60
Where the buoys are? : CHANNEL
61
Puts under : SEDATES
62
Takes over : ANNEXES
Down
1
Fighters' org. : WBC
2
1967 N.H.L. rookie of the year : ORR
3
Support, at a game : ROOTFOR
4
Tear out : SCOOT
5
Radio ___ (onetime propaganda source) : HANOI
6
Footnote word : IDEM
7
Locale for Che Guevara in "The Motorcycle Diaries" : PERU
8
Computer whiz : TECHIE
9
Menotti title character : AMAHL
10
Harbor danger : MINE
11
Architectural pier : ANTA
12
Michael ___, Bush secretary of health and human services : LEAVITT
13
Accord : ENTENTE
14
Suffragist Elizabeth Cady ___ : STANTON
20
One that's "perky" in the morning : COFFEEPOT
21
Shorten, in a way : MOW
22
Multipurpose truck : UTE
26
Chess tactic that involves attacking two pieces at once : FORK
27
Spot in la mer : ILE
28
Half-and-half, maybe : MUTT
29
Department of Labor agcy. : OSHA
31
Post-Civil War Reconstruction and others : ERAS
32
Pottery : WARE
33
Unimaginative : ARID
35
Koko who communicates through American Sign Language, e.g. : APE
36
Lingerie drawer items : SACHETS
37
Drill instructor's charge : TRAINEE
38
Got around at a get-together : MINGLED
40
Military wing : PHALANX
41
Eggs Benedict ingredient : HAM
42
Hardly a chug : SIP
44
Football Hall-of-Famer Gale : SAYERS
47
Patrick ___, 1996 Tony recipient for "Marat/Sade" : MAGEE
48
Q45 or Grand Marquis : SEDAN
49
"Walkin' After Midnight" hitmaker, 1957 : CLINE
51
Mandlikova of tennis fame : HANA
52
Judicial directive : WRIT
53
Killer whale : ORCA
54
Violin virtuoso Hilary : HAHN
57
Gadget for 58-Down : TEE
58
Golfer dubbed "the Big Easy" : ELS

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle.

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