New York Times, Saturday, March 15, 2008

Author: David Quarfoot
Editor: Will Shortz
David Quarfoot
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: {FJZ} This is puzzle # 25 for Mr. Quarfoot. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Judy Garland or Liza Minnelli : GAYICON
8. Sushi covering : SEAWEED
15. It began in 1968, for tennis : OPENERA
16. Targetable : INRANGE
17. "Family Ties" family : KEATONS
18. Football coaching figures : XSANDOS
19. Combustion product : ASH
20. Slice, say : SODAPOP
22. An end to peace? : NIK
23. Behind : RUMP
25. Bashkir's close cousin : TATAR
26. Station : POST
27. Weapon for Wonder Woman : TIARA
29. TV shopper's option : QVC
30. Undertake : SETTO
31. Dancer's guider, for short : STNICK
33. Shallow : SKINDEEP
35. Big name in notebooks : MEAD
37. Chips-in-a-can brand from Lay's : STAX
38. Silicon Valley city : LOSALTOS
42. Top of a slope? : SKIHAT
46. Hill of law : ANITA
47. Milieu for Katarina Witt : EIS
49. Old Testament patriarch : ENOCH
50. Romance, e.g. : TALE
51. Female demon : LAMIA
53. People's 1999 Sexiest Man Alive : GERE
54. City ESE of Utrecht : EDE
55. Botched salon job : BADPERM
57. OB, e.g. : DOC
58. Lagged : RANLATE
60. 1970 western named for a fictional Texas city : RIOLOBO
62. Virtuoso : ARTISTE
63. Ethnic conflict : RACEWAR
64. Jacket option : LEATHER
65. Banderas's "The Mambo Kings" co-star, 1992 : ASSANTE
1. Some four-wheelers : GOKARTS
2. Popular costume party costume : APESUIT
3. "Groovy" : YEAHMAN
4. Undesirable result of making a pass?: Abbr. : INT
5. High-ranking suits : CEOS
6. "... then again, maybe I'm wrong" : ORNOT
7. Market for Microsoft : NASDAQ
8. Bodybuilders' prides : SIXPACKS
9. "Scandalized Masks" painter, 1883 : ENSOR
10. "But hark! ___ comes gently to the door": Robert Burns : ARAP
11. Weak : WAN
12. What a superscript in a text might refer one to : ENDNOTE
13. Chanel fragrance for men : EGOISTE
14. Place for a trash can : DESKTOP
21. Some four-wheelers, for short : ATVS
24. Episcopal leader : PRIMATE
26. Warning about people moving from side to side? : PEDXING
28. Speedy express : ACELA
30. Wind : SNAKE
32. Piece of a candy bar? : KAT
34. "___ O.K." : ITS
36. Rodgers and Hammerstein refrain starter : DOEADEER
38. Side : LATERAL
39. One way to do something stupid : ONADARE
40. Bit of cocoa? : SILENTA
41. Fool : SIMP
43. 55-Down with fiddles : HOEDOWN
44. Flipper : ACROBAT
45. 2003 sci-fi disaster film featuring a subterranean team of "terranauts" : THECORE
48. Bimonthly magazine for environmentalists : SIERRA
51. Stimulating order : LATTE
52. Met's lineup? : ARIAS
55. Blowout : BASH
56. Casual footwear, briefly : MOCS
59. Bombed : LIT
61. Setting for an idyll : LEA

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