New York Times, Monday, May 28, 2007

Author: John Underwood
Editor: Will Shortz
John Underwood
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JZ} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Underwood. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Penny-pinch : SKIMP
6. Woes : ILLS
10. Oats, to Trigger : FEED
14. "Deck the Halls," e.g. : CAROL
15. Belle's gent : BEAU
16. Auto shaft : AXLE
17. Sex appeal : ANIMALMAGNETISM
20. ___ judicata : RES
21. Vintner's container : CASK
22. Some coffee orders : LATTES
23. Amateur radioer : HAM
24. Initiation, e.g. : RITE
25. Where to grow carrots and spinach : VEGETABLEGARDEN
33. Lycée, par exemple : ECOLE
34. Two cubed : EIGHT
35. Tool that's swung : AXE
36. It's typical : NORM
37. Anchor hoister : DAVIT
38. Scratch on a gem, e.g. : FLAW
39. Bullring cheer : OLE
40. "Don't let these guys escape!" : GETEM
41. Flinch or blink, say : REACT
42. Places to find some gems : MINERALDEPOSITS
45. "___ in China" : MADE
46. D-Day craft: Abbr. : LST
47. Briny : SALINE
50. With 52-Across, Thomas Gainsborough portrait, with "The" : BLUE
52. See 50-Across : BOY
55. Game suggested by the first words of 17-, 25- and 42-Across : TWENTYQUESTIONS
58. Super-duper : AONE
59. Continental coin : EURO
60. Go over, as lines : TRACE
61. Latch (onto) : GLOM
62. Aries or Libra : SIGN
63. Flower with rays : ASTER
1. Memento of a knife fight : SCAR
2. "Citizen ___" : KANE
3. Rainbow goddess : IRIS
4. Soccer ___ : MOM
5. Appease : PLACATE
6. Some early PCs : IBMS
7. Unauthorized disclosure : LEAK
8. Not keep up : LAG
9. Source of vitamin D : SUNLIGHT
10. Not so slim : FATTER
11. Sartre's "No ___" : EXIT
12. If not : ELSE
13. Clinton followers, for short : DEMS
18. See 30-Down : LAMA
19. Really bug : EATAT
23. Place for a captain : HELM
24. Government in power : REGIME
25. What a fang ejects : VENOM
26. Worrisome food contamination : ECOLI
27. Charles who wrote "Winning Bridge Made Easy" : GOREN
28. John, Paul, George or Ringo : BEATLE
29. Resided : LIVED
30. With 18-Down, Tibetan V.I.P. : DALAI
31. Meticulous : EXACT
32. Brilliantly colored salamanders : NEWTS
37. Sharpshooters : DEADEYES
38. Suffix with gab or song : FEST
40. Research money : GRANT
41. ___ Stone (hieroglyphic key) : ROSETTA
43. Rapper a k a Slim Shady : EMINEM
44. + : PLUS
47. Men-only : STAG
48. Way off base? : AWOL
49. Jay who does "Jaywalking" : LENO
50. One-horse town : BURG
51. Ponce de ___ : LEON
52. Ferry or dinghy : BOAT
53. Back then : ONCE
54. Nieuwpoort's river : YSER
56. On the ___ vive : QUI
57. Form 1040 org. : IRS

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