New York Times, Monday, May 21, 2007

Author: Allan E. Parrish
Editor: Will Shortz
Allan E. Parrish
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 15 for Mr. Parrish. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Late bridge columnist Truscott : ALAN
5. Cry made with a flourish : TADA
9. ___ Park, Colo. : ESTES
14. Of sound mind : SANE
15. Cheers for toreros : OLES
16. Seismic occurrence : QUAKE
17. Supreme Court justice known for a literalist interpretation of the Bill of Rights : HUGOBLACK
19. Earthy pigment : UMBER
20. Flub : ERR
21. Employee cards with photos, e.g. : IDS
22. Squad with red, white and blue uniforms : TEAMUSA
24. Deny : NAYSAY
26. Three-card ___ : MONTE
27. Public square : PLAZA
29. Infer (from) : DERIVE
33. Analyze, as ore : ASSAY
36. Perry Mason's creator ___ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
38. Eurasian duck : SMEW
39. Cut, as a lawn : MOWN
40. Los Angeles N.B.A.er : LAKER
41. Yellowfin, e.g. : TUNA
42. Jai ___ : ALAI
43. "Break ___!" ("Good luck!") : ALEG
44. Violin bow application : ROSIN
45. Thrill-seeker's watercraft : JETSKI
47. Subject : TOPIC
49. Tom who played Forrest Gump : HANKS
51. Former mayor who wrote "Mayor" : EDKOCH
55. Emancipate : SETFREE
58. Show the effect of weight : SAG
59. Syllable repeated after "hot" : CHA
60. Napoleon on St. Helena, e.g. : EXILE
61. Pie filling : MINCEMEAT
64. Fracas : MELEE
65. Winnie-the-___ : POOH
66. Auto racer Yarborough : CALE
67. Religion of the Koran : ISLAM
68. Popular frozen dessert chain : TCBY
69. Signs, as a contract : INKS
1. Pale-faced : ASHEN
2. First lady after Hillary : LAURA
3. Red-faced, maybe : ANGRY
4. Prefix with conservative : NEO
5. "What'd I say?!" : TOLDYA
6. "___, poor Yorick! I knew him, Horatio" : ALAS
7. Follower of Nov. : DEC
8. Provide an invitation for : ASKTO
9. Consider identical : EQUATE
10. Some theater productions : SUMMERSTOCK
11. Perfume brand : TABU
12. Barely makes, with "out" : EKES
13. Antitoxins : SERA
18. Onion-flavored roll : BIALY
23. Follower of rear or week : ENDER
25. 1966 Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass hit : SPANISHFLEA
26. What the last words of 17- and 61-Across and 10- and 25-Down are kinds of : MARKETS
28. Ardor : ZEAL
30. Don formerly of morning radio : IMUS
31. "___, vidi, vici" : VENI
32. Actor McGregor : EWAN
33. Key related to F# minor: Abbr. : AMAJ
34. Only : SOLE
35. Go for, as a fly : SWAT
37. Toy block brand : LEGO
40. Frankie who sang "Mule Train" : LAINE
44. Chain of hills : RIDGE
46. Hoops great Abdul-Jabbar : KAREEM
48. A-O.K. : PEACHY
50. Well-groomed : KEMPT
52. Surfing spot : OCEAN
53. Writer on a slate : CHALK
54. Loathes : HATES
55. Vehicle that can jackknife : SEMI
56. Alimony receivers, e.g. : EXES
57. Cash register : TILL
58. Look-down-one's-nose type : SNOB
62. Quadrennial games grp. : IOC
63. Sprint rival : MCI

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