New York Times, Saturday, January 27, 2007

Author: Karen M. Tracey
Editor: Will Shortz
Karen M. Tracey
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 26 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 9 for Ms. Tracey. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Flooring? : AMAZEMENT
10. Main character of TV's "The Pretender" : JAROD
15. Occasion to reserve a table for two? : LATELUNCH
16. Singer/songwriter ___ Mandell : ELENI
17. Greeting spot : FRONTDOOR
18. Ready to be used again : RESET
19. Volcano part : RIM
20. Old cereal brand : OHS
21. "Wow!" : OMIGOSH
23. Boosler of stand-up : ELAYNE
25. "___ for That" (1939 hit song) : IGO
26. Output of Tintoretto, e.g. : ARTE
27. Small force : DYNE
28. Dud of an idea : NONSTARTER
31. Slated : ONTAP
33. Reasons for some delays : LINES
34. Notice : SPY
35. Indicators of comfort and handling : ROADTESTS
38. Hall of introductions : EDD
41. British officer's wear : TUNIC
42. Patriot Putnam : RUFUS
46. Tournedos, e.g. : BEEFSTEAKS
49. Part of a Latin trio : VENI
50. Eric who played Hector in "Troy," 2004 : BANA
51. Temple player : OWL
52. Bank donation? : PLASMA
54. Mischievous : TRICKSY
56. Saturn S.U.V. : VUE
57. Pig stealer, in a nursery rhyme : TOM
58. Literally, "first generation" : ISSEI
59. Key : OPERATIVE
62. Some gowns : DIORS
63. Old World pigeons with markings around the neck : RINGDOVES
64. Contemporary of Arp and Miró : ERNST
65. Prada alternative : KATESPADE
1. Marinara alternative : ALFREDO
2. Andy Warhol subject : MARILYN
3. Superhero of 1960's TV : ATOMANT
4. Kind of state : ZEN
5. N.B.A. star Brand : ELTON
6. American coot : MUDHEN
7. Short-lived TV spinoff of 1980 : ENOS
8. Chevron sporter: Abbr. : NCO
9. Neighborhood in the Bronx : THROGSNECK
10. Actress Ryan of "Star Trek: Voyager" : JERI
11. Sour, fermented liquid : ALEGAR
12. Getaways : RESORTS
13. Ragtime dance : ONESTEP
14. Highly agitated : DITHERY
22. Eye irritants : MOTES
24. Wine info : YEAR
25. O.K., maybe : INITIAL
29. Locale in a classic Frank Sinatra song : OLDNEWYORK
30. Heavenly field?: Abbr. : ASTR
32. Some ironware : POTS
36. Jam ingredients? : AUTOS
37. Capital of Fiji : SUVA
38. Refluent phenomenon : EBBTIDE
39. Formal introduction : DEARSIR
40. Eisenhower's Texas birthplace : DENISON
43. Old Ford model : FESTIVA
44. Dry-eyed : UNMOVED
45. Like some connections : SIAMESE
47. Stunning slaps : FACERS
48. Poinsettia's family : SPURGE
53. Tips : LEADS
55. Word with Star or Sun in product names : KIST
56. Means of escape : VENT
60. Writer ___ Pera : PIA
61. Tee, e.g. : TOP

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