New York Times, Saturday, February 10, 2007

Author: Bob Peoples
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Peoples
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JQVZ} This is puzzle # 38 for Mr. Peoples. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Top in a certain contest : WETTSHIRT
10. 1988 Olympics superheavyweight gold medalist : LEWIS
15. Reply on a ship : AYEAYESIR
16. Transcontinental railroad city : OMAHA
17. Tanzanian tourist destination : SERENGETI
18. It has a cap in the kitchen : MOREL
19. Hesitate in speaking : HEM
20. One of two N.T. books : COR
21. Coastal feature : RIA
23. Tell : RAT
24. ___ Bank (U.S. loan guarantor) : EXIM
26. Wire: Abbr. : TELEG
28. Wrong : TORT
29. Expired : RANOUT
31. "I think," succinctly : IMO
32. Georgetown athlete : HOYA
33. Soil : SMIRCH
34. Artist on the cover of a 1969 Life magazine : PETERMAX
36. "___ Her Go" (Frankie Laine hit) : ILET
38. W.W. II city on the Vire : STLO
39. Brest friends? : BONSAMIS
43. TV producer Don : HEWITT
47. Prefix with -stat : RHEO
48. Puck : IMP
49. Key of Brahms's Fourth : EMINOR
50. C.D., e.g.: Abbr. : ACCT
51. "Peter ___ Greatest Hits" (1974 release) : NEROS
53. Tot minder : NANA
54. Afg. neighbor : PAK
55. Catch in a pot : EEL
56. While, briefly : THO
58. It may be AM or FM: Abbr. : STN
59. Crony of Tony on "The Sopranos" : ARTIE
61. One of the five major circles of latitude : ANTARCTIC
64. Up to : DOING
65. Become disconnected : GOOFFLINE
66. Coasts, say : SLEDS
67. Hot-blooded ones : SPITFIRES
1. They have loads of work to do : WASHERS
2. Task to focus on : EYEEXAM
3. Extreme ends : TERMINI
4. Inventor's inits. : TAE
5. See 27-Down : SYNC
6. With 22-Down, disgruntled remark about a failed partnership? : HEGOTTHEMINE
7. Alpine feeder : ISERE
8. Score abbr. : RIT
9. Ancient vessels : TRIREMES
10. Glen Gray's "Casa ___ Stomp" : LOMA
11. Rock genre : EMO
12. Center for strategic planning : WARROOM
13. "Right on, brother!" : IHEARYA
14. Oppressive measure that helped spark the French Revolution : SALTTAX
22. See 6-Down : IGOTTHESHAFT
25. French Impressionist Berthe : MORISOT
27. With 5-Down, match, in a way : LIP
28. Add : THROWIN
30. Ralph Bunche's alma mater : UCLA
35. Basic: Abbr. : ELEM
37. Delays : TIMELAGS
39. Ones doing push-ups? : BRAPADS
40. 1959 Neil Sedaka hit : OHCAROL
41. Windsor, e.g. : NECKTIE
42. A season: Abbr. : SPR
44. Bothered : INASTIR
45. Annuity scheme : TONTINE
46. Spells : TRANCES
52. 10th-century emperor known as "the Great" : OTTOI
55. Hosp. procedures : EEGS
57. "Trionfo di Afrodite" composer : ORFF
60. Poll abbr. : IND
62. Alphabet trio : NOP
63. Height in feet of the Statue of Liberty, expressed in Roman numerals : CLI

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