New York Times, Saturday, November 15, 2008

Author: Karen M. Tracey
Editor: Will Shortz
Karen M. Tracey
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 28 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 22 for Ms. Tracey. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Debris around the world? : SPACEJUNK
10. Runs through : STABS
15. Immunologist's concern : TOLERANCE
16. Shape on a potter's wheel : THROW
17. Getting there : ONONESWAY
18. 100 öre : KRONA
19. Heavily monitored areas: Abbr. : ICUS
20. Great Plains dweller : PRAIRIEDOG
22. Medical emblems : CADUCEI
24. Court couple? : NETS
25. Breeds : SORTS
27. Aegis bearer : ATHENA
31. Sorrows experienced in life : VALEOFTEARS
35. Bread, at times : SOP
36. Flier at the Forum : AVIS
37. Hip-hop's Roc-a-___ Records : FELLA
38. Game dealt by Doc Holliday : FARO
39. Detector of les odeurs : NEZ
40. He said "Everything in life is luck" : DONALDTRUMP
42. Clearing aid : ERASER
44. Grown-up garçon : HOMME
45. Hindu scripture : VEDA
47. Saw the light : WISEDUP
51. Option for a long train trip : SLEEPERCAR
55. Blight : BANE
56. They're taken in for treatment : PILLS
57. Romulus and Remus's legendary birthplace : ALBALONGA
59. Family name in 16th- and 17th-century music : AMATI
60. Leveler : BULLDOZER
61. Timepiece that's often knocked off : ROLEX
62. Reacts to a strong sock : SEESSTARS
1. Bullet-biting type : STOIC
2. Standing Bear's tribe : PONCA
3. Not tacit : ALOUD
4. Big counting jobs : CENSUSES
5. Fore : ERE
6. "The Eyre Affair" novelist, 2001 : JASPERFFORDE
7. Tacit : UNWRITTEN
8. Hall of Champions org. : NCAA
9. Record, as data : KEYIN
10. Basseterre locale : STKITTS
11. What combines do : THRESH
12. Youngest player to join the 500-homer club : AROD
13. Good for Caesar? : BONO
14. Party giveaways, in slang : SWAG
21. They're over captains : REARADMIRALS
23. Sweet-talk? : COO
26. Psalms interjection : SELAH
28. Venison preparer in the Bible : ESAU
29. Rule : NORM
30. Singly : APOP
31. It turns on a turbine : VANE
32. Confirm : AVER
33. Dudley's "Arthur" co-star : LIZA
34. O.K. : ALLOWABLE
38. Maraud : FREEBOOT
40. Can : DEEPSIX
41. Corp. identifiers : TMS
43. Not at all chubby : SVELTE
46. People in burnooses : ARABS
48. Spacey's co-star in the 1999 revival of "The Iceman Cometh" : DANZA
49. Noted TV neatnik : UNGER
50. Bottom-heavy edibles : PEARS
51. Airplane wing supporter : SPAR
52. Brass wheels? : LIMO
53. Alternative to Arkia or Israir : ELAL
54. Investigation aid : CLUE
58. Denom. established in 1830 : LDS

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