New York Times, Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Author: Roger Wolff
Editor: Will Shortz
Roger Wolff
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32 Missing: {JQVXZ} Spans: 3 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Wolff. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Listen!" : HARK
5. Covered with water : AWASH
10. Underwater growth : KELP
14. On deep water : ASEA
15. Plan that stinks : ROTTENIDEA
17. Doe, in song : DEERAFEMALEDEER
19. Art supporters? : EASELS
20. Three-time U.S. Open champ : LENDL
21. Pittsburgh product : STEEL
22. Pickle juice : BRINE
24. Tiny : WEE
27. Teeny-tiny distance : MICRON
29. Greenish-blue : TEAL
30. Computer program, for short : APP
33. General Motors subsidiary : SAAB
34. Light : IGNITE
36. Ray, in song : DROPOFGOLDENSUN
39. One of the Quad Cities, in Illinois : MOLINE
40. Stage assistant : CUER
41. Resort : SPA
42. "What's ___ for me?" : INIT
43. Money, slangily : DOREMI
45. Private eye, slangily : TEC
46. Nonsense : TRIPE
48. Charged particle : ANION
52. Spirit of a culture : ETHOS
54. Boxing combo : ONETWO
55. Me, in song : NAMEICALLMYSELF
59. Modern computer feature : FLATSCREEN
60. "Peter Pan" pirate : SMEE
61. Queue : LINE
62. Muscat-eer? : OMANI
63. Spanish direction : ESTE
1. Pluto's alias : HADES
2. "Have ___" (host's words) : ASEAT
3. Oscar-winning Witherspoon : REESE
4. N.B.A. first name that's Arabic for "noble" or "exalted" : KAREEM
5. Barks : ARFS
6. Misery : WOE
7. Bill provider, for short : ATM
8. Red star? : STALIN
9. Trojan captive : HELEN
10. William the pirate : KIDD
11. Alpine flower : EDELWEISS
12. Entertainer Pinky or Peggy : LEE
13. Average : PAR
16. Hawaiian goose : NENE
18. "___ Road," 1994 hit by the Gin Blossoms : ALLISON
22. Talk big : BRAG
23. 1987 sci-fi film set in near-future Detroit : ROBOCOP
25. Eagerly devour : EATUP
26. Actress Verdugo : ELENA
28. Rick's ___ Américain, "Casablanca" setting : CAFE
29. Old cable inits. : TNN
30. Let in : ADMIT
31. Lying facedown : PRONE
32. One dressed in blue : POLICEMAN
34. ___ fixe : IDEE
35. 1990 reunification site : GERMANY
37. Cockfight area : PIT
38. Bait : LURE
43. Drop one's weapon : DISARM
44. Real : INESSE
46. "Don't breathe a word of ___" : THIS
47. Golfer Mediate : ROCCO
49. Parts of a list : ITEMS
50. Little hooter : OWLET
51. Lacking a charge : NOFEE
53. French noodle? : TETE
54. Prefix with potent : OMNI
55. Gridiron org. : NFL
56. "The Greatest" : ALI
57. Meadow : LEA
58. Author Deighton : LEN

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