New York Times, Friday, October 16, 2009

Author: Karen M. Tracey
Editor: Will Shortz
Karen M. Tracey
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 28 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 28 for Ms. Tracey. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. It's often said with the eyes closed : AMEN
5. Stunned : AGASP
10. Floppy headgear : TAMS
14. Writer of the history "Ab Urbe Condita" : LIVY
15. "Beloved" heroine : SETHE
16. Chick chaser? : ADEE
17. London broil, often : FLANKSTEAK
19. Cleave : REND
20. Part of Christmas : SILENTT
21. Longtime name in photography : MINOLTA
23. "Where people go to dance the night away," in song : TUXEDOJUNCTION
25. Bucolic call : BAA
26. Limnological study : LAKE
27. Coastal island colonists : EIDERS
28. Up to : UNTIL
30. Lusatian ___ (German/Polish border river) : NEISSE
32. 1930s bomber : BTEN
33. Brush : COPSE
34. Some displays, briefly : CRTS
38. What you probably have a head for : SHOWER
40. Summer Olympics event : SKEET
41. Like some checkups : ANNUAL
44. 1980s Argentine president ___ Alfonsín : RAUL
46. It has four bases : DNA
47. Châteaubriand accompaniment, often : BEARNAISESAUCE
50. Kids in funny shorts : OURGANG
51. Recipients of dollars for quarters? : LESSORS
53. Reader's digest founder of 1984 : UTNE
54. Cut off : DISINHERIT
56. Vote in der Bundesrat : NEIN
57. Modern way to request participation : EVITE
58. Male protagonist in William Inge's "Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff" : RAFE
59. "Nuts!" : DRAT
60. Start over, in a way : RESET
61. Multitude : SLEW
1. Film composer Clausen and others : ALFS
2. Unlike doves : MILITANT
3. Gauge : EVALUATE
4. 1997 Bell Atlantic acquisition : NYNEX
5. Court figure: Abbr. : ASSTDA
6. More than merely meet : GETTOKNOW
7. Partook of : ATE
8. Popular aquatic performer : SHAMU
9. Toy developed in China : PEKINESE
10. Set for a reading : TAROTDECK
11. Emperor's relative : ADELIE
12. Guide : MENTOR
13. Typical taxis : SEDANS
18. Sound ominously : KNELL
22. Spinoff of CBS's "JAG" : NCIS
24. "Golly!" : JEEPERS
25. Sonny : BUB
29. Young Turk, e.g. : INSURGENT
31. Old covenant keeper : ISRAELITE
33. Draining aid : COLANDER
35. Its skeleton may be used to make jewelry : REDCORAL
36. Largest of the Canary Islands : TENERIFE
37. Platform place: Abbr. : STA
39. Easternmost town on Maui, on one end of 52 miles of twisty highway : HANA
40. Fractional bit? : SLASH
41. Be everywhere, so to speak : ABOUND
42. Fix : NEUTER
43. Setting for C. S. Lewis's "The Last Battle" : NARNIA
45. Early online discussion setting : USENET
48. "You win" : IGIVE
49. Detox population : USERS
52. Fuss : STEW
55. Familial title : SIS

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