New York Times, Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Author: John Farmer
Editor: Will Shortz
John Farmer
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: none – this is a pangram Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Farmer. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. King who united England : EDWARD
7. Game period: Abbr. : QTR
10. Hinged closer : HASP
14. Friend : QUAKER
15. Laramie's state: Abbr. : WYO
16. They lean to the right: Abbr. : ITAL
17. Teleologist's concern : ULTIMATEPURPOSE
20. Word on a Mexican stop sign : ALTO
21. Bugged : WIRETAPPED
22. French flower : LYS
23. 1/100 of a euro : CENT
24. Vainglory : EGO
25. On the side of : FOR
26. Part of the verb "to be," to Popeye : YAM
28. Overlook : SKIP
32. "September 1, 1939" poet : AUDEN
35. Old Asian ruler : KHAN
37. Jaffa's land: Abbr. : ISR
38. Figuring something out : USINGONESNOODLE
42. A hallucinogen : LSD
43. Hanging ___ a thread : ONBY
44. August 15, 1945 : VJDAY
45. Nosedive : DROP
47. Indent setter : TAB
48. Carrier with the in-flight magazine Scanorama : SAS
49. Actress Gardner : AVA
51. Cries during a paso doble : OLES
53. "It's not TV. It's ___" : HBO
56. Make worse : EXACERBATE
60. Clunker of a car : HEAP
61. Part of a city code : ZONINGORDINANCE
63. Bring to naught : RUIN
64. Give the coup de grâce : END
65. Lamebrain, in slang : NIMROD
66. ___ extra cost : ATNO
67. Some ESPN highlights, for short : TDS
68. Oliver Twist and others : GAMINS
1. Like two dimes and four nickels : EQUAL
2. Without much intelligence : DULLY
3. Actress Naomi of "Mulholland Dr." : WATTS
4. Sony co-founder Morita : AKIO
5. Post-retirement activity? : REM
6. Bureau part : DRAWER
7. Places to find the letters circled in the grid : QWERTYKEYBOARDS
8. Use 7-Down : TYPE
9. Worker who makes rounds : ROUTEMAN
10. Zoo heavyweights, informally : HIPPOS
11. On : ATOP
12. MS. enclosure : SASE
13. Argued (for) : PLED
18. 10th anniversary gift : TIN
19. Scandal sheet : RAG
23. Neighbor of Gabon : CONGO
25. Quagmire : FEN
27. Sounds leading up to a sneeze : AHS
29. Pirate captain of legend : KIDD
30. La Española, e.g. : ISLA
31. Hunted animals : PREY
32. "___ Lang Syne" : AULD
33. U.S. ally in W.W. II : USSR
34. One-named singer with the 2001 hit "Thank You" : DIDO
36. Exploding stars : NOVAS
39. Meeting expectations : ONTARGET
40. Cagers' grp. : NBA
41. Breakfast drinks, for short : OJS
46. "Scent of a Woman" Oscar winner : PACINO
48. Going out with : SEEING
50. Title for one on the way to sainthood: Abbr. : VEN
52. British "Inc." : LTD
53. Artist Matisse : HENRI
54. Strips for breakfast : BACON
55. Some opinion pieces : OPEDS
56. Old Testament book : EZRA
57. Eliminate : XOUT
58. Have ___ with : ANIN
59. It both precedes and follows James : BOND
60. Soccer star Mia : HAMM
62. Actress Long : NIA

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