New York Times, Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 152 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. ___ Willard, heavyweight champ dethroned by Jack Dempsey : JESS
5. Got together : METUP
10. Pot-au-feu : STEW
14. "Lord, it is good for ___ be here" (words of Peter to Jesus) : USTO
15. Wipe out : ERASE
16. Two-handed sandwich : HERO
17. Check writer's record : STUB
18. More genuine : TRUER
19. Sufficient, once : ENOW
20. Establishment with spicy sauces : THAIRESTAURANT
23. Brazilian-born bandleader Mendes : SERGIO
24. Cousin of reggae : SKA
25. Yang's counterpart : YIN
27. Table scrap : ORT
28. Harvest : CROP
31. Romanian composer Georges : ENESCO
33. Eaves dropping? : ICICLE
35. Prey for a hognose snake : TOAD
36. Martial art : TAICHICHUAN
39. Sistine Chapel figure : ADAM
41. Right triangle ratio : SECANT
42. Country cuisine : FIXINS
45. Mid sixth-century year : DLVI
46. Rapper Lil' ___ : KIM
49. Yank's foe : REB
50. Poodle's cry : YIP
52. Colorless gas : ETHANE
54. Finish the job : TIEUPLOOSEENDS
58. Sundance Kid's lady : ETTA
59. One of the Marx brothers : HARPO
60. Goddess depicted with a cow's horns : ISIS
61. Wares encountered by Simple Simon : PIES
62. Wee hour : ONEAM
63. Risk : DARE
64. Vaulted area : APSE
65. "Ally McBeal" role : NELLE
66. "Much" preceder : INAS
1. Like this : JUSTSO
2. Handel oratorio about a biblical woman : ESTHER
3. House of Charles I and II : STUART
4. Pulitzer-winning Ferber title : SOBIG
5. Sudden, swift and brilliant : METEORIC
6. Drops the ball : ERRS
7. Like a trampoline's surface : TAUT
8. "___ directed" : USEAS
9. Powdered wig : PERUKE
10. Ballpark near La Guardia : SHEA
11. "Locksley Hall" poet : TENNYSON
12. "Delta of Venus" genre : EROTICA
13. "Holy Toledo!" : WOW
21. Perfumer Nina : RICCI
22. Wasn't colorfast : RAN
26. Silent go-ahead : NOD
29. Phil who sang "Jim Dean of Indiana" : OCHS
30. Employed busily : PLIED
32. Virginie, e.g. : ETAT
33. Neil Diamond's "___ Said" : IAMI
34. Book after Proverbs: Abbr. : ECCL
36. They're felt in mid-April : TAXBITES
37. "Try it!" : HAVESOME
38. Marry : UNITE
39. It's south of Eur. : AFR
40. "Cut down on between-meal snacks," e.g. : DIETTIP
43. Greenwich Village sch. : NYU
44. Draw (off) : SIPHON
46. Bob Dole, e.g. : KANSAN
47. One of the Gandhis : INDIRA
48. Camp meals : MESSES
51. Smoother : PLANE
53. Swiss miss : HEIDI
55. Allay : EASE
56. City south of Moscow : OREL
57. It's worn by some Libras : OPAL
58. Air-testing org. : EPA

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