New York Times, Friday, November 7, 2008

Author: Kevin G. Der
Editor: Will Shortz
Kevin G. Der
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 26 Missing: {FJQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Der. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Big name in bikes : KAWASAKI
9. Happen (upon) : ALIGHT
15. Medal of Honor recipient, say : BRAVEMAN
16. Doctrine developer of 1823 : MONROE
17. Hotel waiters? : TAXICABS
18. Be a catalyst for : INCITE
19. Accessories whose colors may indicate rank : OBIS
20. Flavoring in a Tom and Jerry : NUTMEG
22. Put down on the street : DIS
23. Part of a philosophical dichotomy : YIN
24. Port on Osaka Bay : SAKAI
25. Temper, informally : IRISH
27. "Contact" author, 1985 : SAGAN
29. Research venue: Abbr. : INST
31. About : ORSO
32. ___ Cabos, Mexico : LOS
34. Sits beside a fireplace, perhaps : THAWSOUT
36. Self-contained music equipment : KARAOKEMACHINES
40. Half a pair for pairs : ICESKATE
41. Burns into film : KEN
42. Clammy : DANK
43. Former news gatherer : TASS
45. Space traveler of 1957 : LAIKA
49. Grass unit : SPEAR
51. "Wicked Game" singer, 1991 : ISAAK
53. Pilothouse dir. : NNW
54. Cry from a litter : MEW
55. Untimely comment? : IMLATE
57. Anatomical part named after the Latin for "grape" : UVEA
58. Go by : ELAPSE
60. It's heard at a slumber party : GIRLTALK
62. In it together : ALLIED
63. "Spamalot" lyricist : ERICIDLE
64. Depilatory equipment : LASERS
65. Like some watermelons : SEEDLESS
1. Retail chain popular with kids : KBTOYS
2. Coffee source : ARABIA
3. Not yet full : WAXING
4. Warren of the car rental business : AVIS
5. Mo : SEC
6. Dryer maker : AMANA
7. Drama in which male actors play both male and female parts : KABUKI
8. E-mail alternatives : INSTANTMESSAGES
9. Chérie : AMIE
10. Piece of pi? : LONGI
11. Yellow pages abbr. : INC
12. Where guards are stationed : GRIDIRON
13. Highly sought shares : HOTISSUE
14. Drives : TEESHOTS
21. Bear cub mascot of the 1980 Moscow Olympics : MISHA
24. Thumbing-the-nose gesture : SNOOK
26. Almaviva serenades her in "The Barber of Seville" : ROSINA
28. Its motto is "North to the future" : ALASKA
30. Strategy : TACK
33. Activity in which people are not playing with a full deck : SKAT
35. Snail variety : WHELK
36. Smaller fare, usually : KIDSMEAL
37. Like many doo-wop groups: Var. : ACAPELLA
38. Big part of magazine income : RENEWALS
39. What PayPal facilitates : ETAIL
44. "The Colbert Report" and such : SATIRE
46. Irrupt : INVADE
47. Sounds ominously : KNELLS
48. See 50-Down : AWAKES
50. One who 48-Down : RISER
52. Thing to soar to and from : AERIE
56. Some are covered by insurance, informally : MEDS
57. Monopoly buy: Abbr. : UTIL
59. Kind of filling : PIE
61. Laptop feature, for short : LCD

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