New York Times, Friday, October 26, 2007

Author: David Quarfoot
Editor: Will Shortz
David Quarfoot
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 22 for Mr. Quarfoot. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. News Corporation-owned Web site that's one of the 10 most visited sites in the world : MYSPACE
8. Dirt on a person : GOSSIP
14. Yellow fliers with large eyespots : IOMOTHS
15. "Cab," e.g. : REDWINE
16. Abscond : SKIPOUT
17. What the key of D minor has : ONEFLAT
18. Sponge : SOT
19. Driving distance is a concern in it : PGATOUR
21. Dermal opening? : EPI
22. Miss Gulch biter : TOTO
24. Height and such : STATS
25. Pet : SNIT
26. Hostile : ENEMY
28. In advance of : ERE
29. Get a handle on? : TITLE
30. They're played at the track : PONIES
32. Buries : TROUNCES
34. Brass : GALL
36. Walled city of the Mideast : SANA
37. "Let me live my own life!" : IMNOTYOU
41. Gives a little, say : TITHES
45. Wedding concern : DRESS
46. Taper : VCR
48. Was sluggish? : CREPT
49. Old Testament book: Abbr. : ESTH
50. Reporting to : BELOW
52. Vapid : ARID
53. 1980s sitcom title role : ALF
54. Flips : HASACOW
56. Hiver's opposite : ETE
57. Not-so-good feeling : MALAISE
59. Former field food : KRATION
61. Terminal timesaver : ETICKET
62. Its value is in creasing : ORIGAMI
63. Sprint acquisition of 2005 : NEXTEL
64. Crossword source since 1942: Abbr. : NYTIMES
1. Slip : MISSTEP
2. Poem reader at the 2006 Olympics opening ceremony : YOKOONO
3. Gaga : SMITTEN
4. With 20-Down, waffle alternative : POP
5. Capping : ATOP
6. Finishes quickly, in a way : CHUGS
7. Groundskeeper's charge : ESTATE
8. Family group : GENUS
9. ___-Neisse Line : ODER
10. Abbr. in personal ads : SWF
11. Center of Connecticut : SILENTC
12. All thrown together, say : INAPILE
13. Little women : PETITES
15. Cheering section : ROOTERS
20. See 4-Down : TART
23. "Heavens!" : OMIGOSH
25. 1963 Academy Awards host : SINATRA
27. He wrote "It's certain that fine women eat / A crazy salad with their meat" : YEATS
29. Alb coverer : TUNIC
31. Sharp : SLY
33. Meal source : OAT
35. Lopsided court result : LOVESET
37. Ones paid to conceive? : IDEAMEN
38. Cartoon boss working at a quarry : MRSLATE
39. Modern rental option : NETFLIX
40. Sch. whose colors are "true blue" and gold : UCLA
42. Cry upon arriving : HEREIAM
43. Beau ideal : EPITOME
44. Burial place of many French kings : STDENIS
47. "Way to go, dude!" : ROCKON
50. Bernoulli family birthplace : BASEL
51. Trouble : WORRY
54. Raise : HIKE
55. Not yet 58-Down : WAIT
58. See 55-Down : ACT
60. ___ Friday's : TGI

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