New York Times, Saturday, October 6, 2007

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley and David Quarfoot
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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1658/7/199611/2/201411
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David Quarfoot
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416/18/200412/4/20147
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1.61203

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: {GQ} This is puzzle # 120 for Mr. Quigley. This is puzzle # 21 for Mr. Quarfoot. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Blockbuster alternative : NETFLIX
8. Material for drainage lines : PVCPIPE
15. Just as anyone can be : FAIREST
16. What some bombs release : AEROSOL
17. Early filmmaking brothers Auguste and Louis ___ : LUMIERE
18. What a cause might turn into : CRUSADE
19. Noted 1915 West Point grad. : DDE
20. Bond type whose first purchaser was F.D.R. : SERIESE
22. Atkins diet no-no : BUN
23. "No god but God" author ___ Aslan : REZA
25. ___ Malfoy, bully in Harry Potter books : DRACO
26. German city where Napoleon defeated the Prussians : JENA
27. States : AVOWS
29. Org. with a Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs : AMA
30. Pitch problems? : BALKS
31. May day events, perhaps : FINALS
33. Big name in coffee makers : BRAUN
35. Ruffles : TEESOFF
37. "Oh, I give up!" : SCREWIT
41. Rot : HOOEY
43. Minus sign equivalent : ENDASH
44. Fractional currency : SCRIP
47. A sucker, for short : VAC
49. Layered dessert : TORTE
50. Reunion gatherers : CLAN
51. Apollo's birthplace : DELOS
53. Be reminiscent of : ECHO
54. Part of "the many," in Greek : HOI
55. Scull part : OARLOCK
57. Printed : RAN
58. Noted Art Deco building in the Big Apple, with "the" : WALDORF
60. Dinar spender : KUWAITI
62. Some : ACOUPLE
63. 1962 hit with the lyric "Like the samba sound, my heart begins to pound" : ESOBESO
64. Shop tool with pulleys : BANDSAW
65. Has at a spread : DINESON
1. Annual sports event with seven rounds : NFLDRAFT
2. Brandy : EAUDEVIE
3. Mountain, e.g. : TIMEZONE
4. What many workers look forward to: Abbr. : FRI
5. Refuse : LEES
6. "The East ___" (1960s Chinese anthem) : ISRED
7. Nissan model : XTERRA
8. Track warm-up leaders : PACECARS
9. Back of a leaf : VERSO
10. "Red, White & ___" (2005 rock album) : CRUE
11. On the plus side?: Abbr. : POS
12. Deadly 2003 hurricane that hit North Carolina : ISABEL
13. It's far from a metropolis : PODUNK
14. Figure skater Sokolova and others : ELENAS
21. Foot type : IAMB
24. Totally covered by : AWASHIN
26. Miss No-Name : JANEDOE
28. Relative of a cutter : SLOOP
30. Black, say : BURNT
32. Hub NW of LAX : SFO
34. Buddy, in slang : ACE
36. Plant used as an herbal remedy for headaches : FEVERFEW
38. Rallying slogans : WARCRIES
39. "Who'd a thunk it?!" : ISTHATSO
40. Paper that calls itself "America's Finest News Source" : THEONION
42. Dialectal contraction : YALL
44. Brokerage giant : SCHWAB
45. Zoological cavity : CLOACA
46. Criticize harshly and repeatedly : RAILON
48. Like some books : COOKED
51. Friend of Porky : DARLA
52. "Pardon me," in Parma : SCUSI
55. Dropping sound : OOPS
56. Tae ___ do : KWON
59. Bomb not bursting in air? : DUD
61. Bart Simpson's grandpa : ABE

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