New York Times, Saturday, March 3, 2007

Author: Karen M. Tracey
Editor: Will Shortz
Karen M. Tracey
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 27 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 10 for Ms. Tracey. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Rapper with an MTV show ? whose name sounds like a word meaning "show" : XZIBIT
7. Total : DEMOLISH
15. Defiant dare : MAKEME
16. Weigh : EVALUATE
17. What some bars provide : ENERGY
18. Any of the teens, say : CARDINAL
19. Ducky : NEATO
20. Madrilenian madams : DONAS
21. Maker of many sprays : FTD
22. Woodbine or twinberry : HONEYSUCKLE
25. Special favor providers : INS
28. With 8-Down, "Happy Trails" songwriter : DALE
29. Steps on a scale : DOREMI
31. Jolly exclamation : HOHO
33. Manuel de Falla opera "La ___ Breve" : VIDA
35. Cow's first stomach : RUMEN
36. Items in many a still life : ORANGES
38. Cuff link companions : TIEPINS
40. "Since Marie Has Left ___" (Sinatra song) : PAREE
41. They make charts : HITS
43. Start to date? : ANTE
44. Poultry preparation tool : SHEARS
46. Fabric features : NAPS
48. Setting at 0 degrees long. : GST
49. Singer who wrote the poetry collection "The Lords and the New Creatures" : JIMMORRISON
52. Terminal abbr. : POS
53. Electrolysis particle : ANION
54. Pioneer in the development of nuclear power : FERMI
58. Baja California port : ENSENADA
60. "Oryx and Crake" novelist, 2003 : ATWOOD
61. One once again : REUNITED
62. Modernize, as a factory : RETOOL
63. What a lot may have a lot of : USEDCARS
64. Intricate : KNOTTY
1. Marvel Comics comic : XMEN
2. "The Phantom" star Billy : ZANE
3. Big name in furniture : IKEA
4. Slip : BERTH
5. "Nothing for me, thanks" : IMGOOD
6. Writer Josephine : TEY
7. Lured : DECOYED
8. See 28-Across : EVANS
9. Freeboot : MARAUD
10. Something that has long needed settling : OLDSCORE
11. Him, in Le Havre : LUI
12. "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" author : IANFLEMING
13. Showers of purchases : STATEMENTS
14. Not allowed to go : HELD
20. Finger-lickin' good : DELISH
23. Place for a flock : NAVE
24. He had a 1941 hit with "Drum Boogie" : KRUPA
25. They offer hot links : IHOPS
26. Her "Don't Know Why" was 2002's Record of the Year : NORAHJONES
27. Initial public offering, e.g. : SHAREISSUE
30. Atlas feature : INSET
32. Two bells, in the Navy : ONEAM
34. Make : ATTAIN
37. Like the Danish language : GERMANIC
39. Some surfers' choices, briefly : ISPS
42. Forays : INROADS
45. Liszt wrote only one : SONATA
47. Cushion : SOFTEN
50. Amendment : RIDER
51. Hardly an old pro at : NEWTO
52. Its flag has a vicuña on it : PERU
55. Etymologist's concern : ROOT
56. Kind of point : MOOT
57. One way to sit : IDLY
59. Last : END
60. Sanctuary : ARK

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