New York Times, Saturday, February 9, 2008

Author: Shannon Burns
Editor: Will Shortz
Shannon Burns
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 28 Missing: {VX} This is puzzle # 10 for Ms. Burns. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. It can really bite : SARCASM
8. Warrant : EMPOWER
15. See 33-Down : AQUARIA
16. Late afternoon, typically : TEATIME
17. Nothingness : NULLITY
18. Temporary : INTERIM
19. Former major-league pitcher ___ Seo : JAE
20. Home of Clarke College : DUBUQUE
22. Plymouth-to-London dir. : ENE
23. 1847 tale of the South Seas : OMOO
25. One of the losers in the War of the Pacific : PERU
26. Asian bowlful : RAMEN
28. Hot spots : SAUNAS
30. Night table : BEDSTAND
32. Key word : ENTER
33. Glut : SATE
34. Home of Waterloo: Abbr. : ONT
35. Growing problem? : GIGANTISM
38. Pick-up and drop-off point: Abbr. : STA
40. French mathematician Cartan : ELIE
41. Grain sorghum with stout, leafy stalks : KAFIR
45. Mush : SCHMALTZ
47. It covers six time zones : CANADA
48. Asked too much? : PRIED
49. Sport : WEAR
51. It's pulled by una locomotora : TREN
52. Plasma component : ION
53. Foundation with ties : ROADBED
56. Dummy : SAP
57. It doesn't help much when it's cold : COMFORT
59. Where Mt. Suribachi is : IWOJIMA
61. Middle third of a famous motto : EGALITE
62. Puts down : DERIDES
63. Cicero, e.g. : SENATOR
64. Factor : ELEMENT
1. Latin American capital : SANJOSE
2. Founding member of the Justice League : AQUAMAN
3. Prevent : RULEOUT
4. Title robot in an Isaac Asimov short story : CAL
5. Lacking interest : ARID
6. Basic exercise routine : SITUPS
7. Fence-sitter's answer : MAYBE
8. Post codes? : ETIQUETTE
9. Dish describer : MENU
10. Some prayers : PATERS
11. Taxonomic suffix : OTE
12. Electrician : WIREMAN
13. Standing out : EMINENT
14. Set right again : REMEND
21. Built up : URBANIZED
24. ___ wonder (athlete known for a single great play) : ONEGAME
27. Hanna-Barbera character : ATOMANT
29. Agent Gold on HBO's "Entourage" : ARI
31. Capo ___ capi (Bologna boss) : DEI
33. With 15-Across, sites for some corals : SALTWATER
36. Come together : GEL
37. Kingston pop : SKA
38. Pinchpenny : SCROOGE
39. Classic 1934 novel set in Prohibition-era New York City, with "The" : THINMAN
42. The moon has one : FARSIDE
43. Madison Avenue types : IDEAMEN
44. Zipped by : RANPAST
45. Zip providers : SPICES
46. Clever : ADROIT
47. Yarn variety : CREWEL
50. Bear : ABIDE
54. "... outrageous fortune, ___ ...": Shak. : ORTO
55. "Paradise Lost" illustrator : DORE
58. State with the lowest high point (345 feet): Abbr. : FLA
60. "The Gift of the Magi" hero : JIM

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