New York Times, Saturday, May 30, 2009

Author: Matt Ginsberg
Editor: Will Shortz
Matt Ginsberg
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 35 Missing: {Q} Scrabble average: 2.36 This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Ginsberg. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Response to "Is anyone else here?" : JUSTME
7. Travel mag listing : BANDB
12. Just over a minority : ONEHALF
14. Sports star who wrote the 2008 best seller "A Champion's Mind" : SAMPRAS
16. "Water that moves you" sloganeer : JACUZZI
17. Spanish pork sausage : CHORIZO
18. Nighttime noisemaker : OWL
19. Shimon's predecessor : YITZHAK
21. Sucker, quickly : VAC
22. "Mother Goose in Prose" author, 1897 : BAUM
24. Cause of some food recalls : ECOLI
25. Busiest : PEAK
26. Spirit : ARDOR
28. Sob syllable : HOO
29. All ___ (card game) : FOURS
30. Complete, as a task : SEEOUT
32. Is hardly extravagant : SCRIMPS
34. Summon a servant, maybe : CLAP
36. Polynesian libation : KAVA
37. Round : SPHERIC
40. Gate-breaching bomb : PETARD
44. Sour fruit : SLOES
45. Planet visited by Spaceman Spiff in "Calvin and Hobbes" : ZOG
47. It's often unfounded : RUMOR
48. Chain of treeless rolling hills : WOLD
49. County in Missouri or county seat in Arkansas : OZARK
51. "___ Said" (1961 hit) : MAMA
52. Floor : AWE
53. April Fools' Day activity : HOAXING
55. Turn sharply : ZAG
56. Drink with lemon juice : GINFIZZ
58. Appropriation : SEIZING
60. Brat Pack member : ESTEVEZ
61. Ancient Roman writer of comedies : TERENCE
62. Initiated unpleasantly : HAZED
63. Hemmed and hawed : DODGED
1. Southwestern shrubs yielding a cosmetic oil : JOJOBAS
2. Not with it : UNAWARE
3. Screen : SECLUDE
4. Day "Cheers" was on: Abbr. : THU
5. Tangled and interwoven : MAZY
6. Cartoonist Segar : ELZIE
7. Believer advocating universal brotherhood : BAHAI
8. Uncontrollably : AMOK
9. D.C.-based news org. : NPR
10. Convenient kind of window : DRIVEUP
11. Some charity events : BAZAARS
13. Clyde ___, "Beau Brummell" playwright, 1890 : FITCH
14. Junk : SCHLOCK
15. Belts : SOCKS
20. Sites of some exhibits : ZOOS
23. Sponged : MOOCHED
25. Fragrant hair dressing : POMATUM
27. Is way cool : RULES
29. Fin : FIVER
31. Cap'n, say : TAR
33. Criticize : RAP
35. Flair : PIZZAZZ
37. Larghetto : SLOWISH
38. Staple of northern Italy : POLENTA
39. Urge : COAX
41. Not just great : AMAZING
42. Court : ROMANCE
43. Never seemed to end : DRAGGED
44. Metalworking tool : SWAGE
46. Mill fill : GRIST
49. Fell through the cracks? : OOZED
50. Hit below the belt : KNEED
53. Queen's quarters : HIVE
54. Big name in cycling helmets : GIRO
57. Casablanca wear : FEZ
59. Lack of organisation? : ZED

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