New York Times, Wednesday, February 7, 2007

Author: David Kwong
Editor: Will Shortz
David Kwong
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Kwong. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pentathlon need : EPEE
5. Seasonal air : CAROL
10. New England team, to fans : PATS
14. Mystery author Paretsky : SARA
15. Amtrak speedster : ACELA
16. Speckled steed : ROAN
17. Top line : QWERTYUIOP
19. Eclectic mix : OLIO
20. Sam and Tom, e.g. : UNCLES
21. Yield to gravity : DROOP
23. Fruity-smelling compound : ESTER
24. Center line : ASDFGHJKL
28. Planter's place : SILL
30. Follows closely : HEELS
31. Cacophonies : DINS
34. Operatic slave : AIDA
37. Addled : ATSEA
38. Genetic letters : RNA
39. Bottom line : ZXCVBNM
41. Small songbird : TIT
42. Viewpoint : ANGLE
44. Biblical fall site : EDEN
45. Workers' ID's : SSNS
46. Timbuktu's river : NIGER
47. New Ager John : TESH
49. See 62-Across : KEYBOARDS
53. It may start as a grain of sand : PEARL
57. "Steady ___ goes" : ASSHE
58. "Oklahoma!" vehicle : SURREY
59. Artist Miró : JOAN
62. With 49-Across, where 17-, 24- and 39-Across are seen : TYPEWRITER
64. It flows through Florence : ARNO
65. Dean Martin song subject : AMORE
66. Manicurist's tool : FILE
67. Small songbird : WREN
68. Bow over? : RETIE
69. Come clean, with "up" : FESS
1. Suffix with Kafka : ESQUE
2. One row on a chessboard : PAWNS
3. How we stand : ERECT
4. Like harp seals : EARLESS
5. Low islands : CAYS
6. Prefix with pressure : ACU
7. Actress Tara and others : REIDS
8. Psalm starter : OLORD
9. ___ luxury : LAPOF
10. Isaiah or Elijah : PROPHET
11. Popular I.S.P. : AOL
12. Mai ___ : TAI
13. ___-Globe : SNO
18. Actress Polo : TERI
22. Old Irish alphabet : OGHAM
24. Mad Hatter's guest : ALICE
25. Isn't serious : JESTS
26. Last name in fashion : KLEIN
27. Exams for aspiring D.A.'s : LSATS
29. Far from firm : LAX
31. Guzzled : DRANK
32. Belly button type : INNIE
33. Shrewish : NAGGY
35. Netflix mailing : DVD
36. Is an accomplice to : ABETS
39. W.W. II Japanese fighter planes : ZEROS
40. New Orleans-to-Detroit dir. : NNE
43. Locale for Hezbollah : LEBANON
45. Nottingham villain : SHERIFF
48. Urge (on) : SPUR
50. "I'm gonna make you ___" : ASTAR
51. It's hard to do with "orange" : RHYME
52. Redcap's workplace : DEPOT
54. An ex of Ava : ARTIE
55. Line holders : REELS
56. Ancient strings : LYRES
58. ___' Pea : SWEE
59. Shoot the breeze : JAW
60. Bruins legend : ORR
61. Hydrocarbon suffix : ANE
63. "___ tu che macchiavi quell'anima" : ERI

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