New York Times, Saturday, January 26, 2008

Author: Karen M. Tracey
Editor: Will Shortz
Karen M. Tracey
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 29 Missing: none – this is a pangram Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry This is puzzle # 15 for Ms. Tracey. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Cash cache, often : COOKIEJAR
10. No surprise outcomes : NORMS
15. Happy : OPPORTUNE
16. Liner threat, once : UBOAT
17. Well again : RECOVERED
18. Spanish table wine : RIOJA
19. "Isaac's Storm" author Larson : ERIK
20. Player of the Queen Mother in "The Queen," 2006 : SYMS
21. Determined to execute : SETON
22. Wanton type : SATYR
24. Please, to Pachelbel : BITTE
26. Shout across the Seine? : CRI
27. Green vehicle : ECOCAR
29. They don't stay hot for very long : FADS
30. It's prohibited by the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 : JUNKFAX
34. Vitamin A : RETINOL
36. Toughens : ENURES
37. Kind of party : PAJAMA
38. General equivalent : ADMIRAL
40. "New York City Rhythm" singer : MANILOW
41. Bills : NEBS
42. "Turandot" composer Ferruccio ___ : BUSONI
44. Sr.'s test : GRE
45. Dad's rival : BARQS
46. Iranian filmmaker Kiarostami : ABBAS
51. Weasley family's owl, in Harry Potter books : ERROL
53. Breaking sticks : CUES
55. Minnelli of Broadway : LIZA
56. Biblical woman who renamed herself Mara : NAOMI
57. What kids might roll down : HILLSIDES
59. Old lab items akin to Bunsen burners : ETNAS
60. Darkroom equipment : ENLARGERS
61. Cold weather : TEENS
62. Blues guitarist Vaughan : STEVIERAY
1. They're seedy : CORES
2. Glass work : OPERA
3. Ibid. relative : OPCIT
4. Crackpot : KOOKY
5. Hip-hop producer Gotti : IRV
6. "Vous ___ ici" : ETES
7. Peer group setting? : JURYBOX
8. Peaked : ANEMIC
9. Dwarf, maybe : REDSTAR
10. Ill-prepared worker? : NURSE
11. Drama honor : OBIE
12. Potential canine saver : ROOTCANAL
13. Personal manager : MAJORDOMO
14. Playwright/painter Wyspianski : STANISLAW
23. Direct : REFER
25. Mine shaft tool : TREPAN
28. Honeydew alternative : CASABA
29. The Yasawa Islands are part of it : FIJI
30. "The Thief's Journal" author : JEANGENET
31. Review unfairly, maybe : UNDERRATE
32. Tops : NUMBERONE
33. Cheryl's "Charlie's Angels" role : KRIS
35. ___ Raymonde, player of Alex Rousseau on "Lost" : TANIA
39. Reels : LURCHES
40. Light white wine : MOSELLE
43. Look askance : SQUINT
45. Rapture : BLISS
47. Six-time Grammy winner Mary J. ___ : BLIGE
48. Patient one : BIDER
49. Hyundai sedan : AZERA
50. Fresh : SASSY
52. It has an exclave on the Strait of Hormuz : OMAN
54. Pomeranian or Dalmatian : SLAV
58. Asian honorific : SRI

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