New York Times, Thursday, November 29, 2007

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 30 Missing: {FJQVXZ} This is puzzle # 156 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Parts of churches appropriate to this puzzle : AMENCORNERS
9. TV news crew : CAMERAMEN
15. Decks : TOPSIDES
16. Put up : HOUSED
17. Really bizarre : OUTTHERE
18. Loads : ONUSES
19. Angular opening? : TRI
20. Follower of Max or Paul? : INE
21. Ones with cool jobs? : ICEMEN
22. Veronica of "Hill Street Blues" : HAMEL
24. Frenzied : AMOK
26. "Do ___ others ..." : UNTO
28. Petri dish gel : AGAR
29. Touch up, as text : EDIT
30. Italian leaders : DUCES
31. Quick change artist? : TELLER
33. Pal : MATE
35. Sounds of ambivalence : ERS
36. Consequence : ENDRESULT
39. Roast V.I.P.'s : MCS
42. Old Testament book: Abbr. : DEUT
43. Winter Olympics event : SLALOM
47. "Midnight Cowboy" role : RATSO
49. Thumb locale: Abbr. : MICH
51. Rice-A-___ : RONI
52. Computer once with an egg-shaped design : IMAC
53. City south of Delray Beach, for short : BOCA
54. Carpenter's pin : DOWEL
55. It ends with something found four times in this puzzle : PRAYER
57. Sales rep's assignment: Abbr. : RTE
59. Month before juin : MAI
60. Writer Rushdie : SALMAN
61. Graphic in a business report : PIECHART
63. Rare play : TRIPLE
64. Bach's Brandenburgs, e.g. : CONCERTI
65. Factor in a hotel rating : AMENITIES
66. Egyptian royal : TUTANKHAMEN
1. "You sure said it!" : AMENTOTHAT
2. "Be brave!" : COURAGE
3. Best : OPTIMAL
4. Alphabet trio : RST
5. It meant nothing to Nero : NIHIL
6. Fall place : EDEN
7. Like favorite books, often : REREAD
8. Reno-to-L.A. dir. : SSE
9. Wood block for holding an object steady : CHOCK
10. Primo : AONE
11. Roomy dress : MUUMUU
12. Perfume : ESSENCE
13. Type in, as lost data : REENTER
14. Adds to or subtracts from : AMENDS
21. Smidgens : IOTAS
23. First name in mysteries : ERLE
25. Imitative : MIMETIC
27. C.I.A. forerunner : OSS
29. Mahler's "Das Lied von der ___" : ERDE
30. Hollow : DELL
32. Prefix with spore : ENDO
34. Sitting spot : TUSH
37. Buzz : RUMOR
38. Hawaiian root : TARO
39. Dr.'s order : MRI
40. Trattoria order : CAMPARI
41. Twinkly, in a way : STARLIT
44. D, for one : LOWMARK
45. Where "Thy will" will be done, in part : ONEARTH
46. Citizen soldiers : MILITIAMEN
48. Trattoria order : SCAMPI
50. Tony winner for "Sweeney Todd," 1979 : CARIOU
53. Edvard ___, Czech president and patriot : BENES
54. Label of Bing Crosby's "White Christmas" : DECCA
56. Setting for many episodes of TV's "Gilmore Girls" : YALE
58. Roomy dress : TENT
60. Filament holder : STAMEN
61. Polling abbr. : PCT
62. Mother ___ : HEN

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