New York Times, Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Author: Sarah Keller
Editor: Will Shortz
Sarah Keller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 37 for Ms. Keller. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Dogie catcher : LASSO
6. What a tout may tout : ODDS
10. Cheese in a mousetrap, e.g. : BAIT
14. Road runners : AUTOS
15. Uncommon : RARE
16. ___ Domini : ANNO
17. Rage : WRATH
18. Fedora feature : BRIM
19. James of TV's "Las Vegas" : CAAN
20. Racehorse, slangily : NAG
21. Sweater selection? : KNITPICKING
24. Versifier : POET
25. Mal de mer symptom : NAUSEA
26. Shrek's lady, e.g. : OGRESS
29. Exams for would-be attys. : LSATS
31. Feudal tribunal? : KNIGHTCOURT
33. Tennis umpire's call : LET
36. Aids in storming castle gates : RAMS
37. It's put in an env. : LTR
38. Prefix with space : AERO
39. Wonderment : AWE
40. Bow with a price tag? : KNOTFORSALE
44. Secretly run off together : ELOPE
45. Sent to the canvas : DECKED
46. Defeat in a footrace : OUTRUN
49. Brother of Cain and Abel : SETH
50. Was familiar with a summertime allergen? : KNEWMOWNHAY
53. "Many years ___ ?" : AGO
56. It follows a curtain's rise : ACTI
57. Ancient Andean : INCA
58. No longer dirt : PAVED
60. Ball in a sewing room : YARN
61. Beam with a 90 degree bend : LBAR
62. Bacteria in an outbreak : ECOLI
63. Healthful resorts : SPAS
64. Cloth measure : YARD
65. Taste or touch : SENSE
1. Homeowner's pride : LAWN
2. Distinctive atmosphere : AURA
3. Guys-only : STAG
4. Boozer : SOT
5. Wisconsin city on Lake Winnebago : OSHKOSH
6. All the way around : ORBIT
7. Feathered missile : DART
8. What icicles do : DRIP
9. Advanced study group : SEMINAR
10. Jim of "Gilligan's Island" : BACKUS
11. Diarist Nin : ANAIS
12. Cockamamie : INANE
13. Island nation east of Fiji : TONGA
22. Home of straw, maybe : NEST
23. Women's suffrage leader Carrie Chapman ___ : CATT
24. Coatrack parts : PEGS
26. Gumbo vegetable : OKRA
27. Bite like a beaver : GNAW
28. Frost : RIME
29. Singer Lenya : LOTTE
30. Catch waves : SURF
32. Hoofbeat : CLOP
33. Faucet fault : LEAK
34. Writer ___ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
35. Pigeon-___ : TOED
38. Polish-born author Sholem : ASCH
40. Supermodel Heidi : KLUM
41. Greaseless : NONOILY
42. Old-fashioned music halls : ODEA
43. Fixes, as a report : RETYPES
44. Field marshal Rommel and others : ERWINS
46. Gives the go-ahead : OKAYS
47. Open, as a toothpaste tube : UNCAP
48. Prefix with fluoride : TETRA
49. Bit of shattered glass : SHARD
51. Los Angeles Sparks' org. : WNBA
52. Neighbor of Tenn. : NCAR
53. Bell-ringing company : AVON
54. Breast implant materials : GELS
55. Comics dog : ODIE
59. One-spot : ACE

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