New York Times, Saturday, May 5, 2007

Author: David Quarfoot
Editor: Will Shortz
David Quarfoot
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: {GQWZ} This is puzzle # 18 for Mr. Quarfoot. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. With 8-Across, comic named one of Time's "100 most influential people" in 2006 : STEPHEN
8. See 1-Across : COLBERT
15. Versatile weapon : POLEAXE
16. Shrinking body : ARALSEA
17. Do over : ITERATE
18. Entertainer whose last name is the past tense of a synonym of his first name : RIPTORN
19. Chiang ___-shek : KAI
20. Slice, e.g. : SODAPOP
22. Unit in acoustics : BEL
23. Saskatchewan station name : ESSO
25. Pretend : LETON
26. Central: Prefix : MEDI
27. Sporty car features : TTOPS
29. Scatting syllable : DOO
30. One with concrete ideas? : MASON
31. False front : VENEER
33. Victorian type : BLUENOSE
35. Quite bright : NEON
37. Their scores may accompany transcripts : SATS
38. X Games racers : BMXBIKES
42. French fashion : LAMODE
46. Prepare to shoot : AIMAT
47. Balance provider, briefly : ATM
49. They're between shoulders : LANES
50. Sitcom cross-dresser portrayer : FARR
51. Nannies' nightmares : BRATS
53. He bought Vogue in 1909 : NAST
54. New Deal org. : FHA
55. It's usually lost before reaching school age : BABYFAT
57. Nova Scotia's Bras ___ Lake : DOR
58. 1909 Matisse painting : LADANSE
60. Hoot : ULULATE
62. Ajman, for one : EMIRATE
63. Henry Wade's opponent in a famous court case : JANEROE
64. Less clear : SMOKIER
65. "We made the right choice" : ITSBEST
1. "The first network for men" sloganeer, once : SPIKETV
2. As you like it : TOTASTE
3. "Kyrie ___" (Mass petition) : ELEISON
4. Through : PER
5. Berkeley's ___ School of Business : HAAS
6. Acclaim : EXTOL
7. Vital : NEEDED
8. Systems of rotating wheels? : CARPOOLS
9. "Caddyshack" studio : ORION
10. Arctic native : LAPP
11. Short order : BLT
12. 1962 pop hit with a foreign title : ESOBESO
13. Decoration behind an altar : REREDOS
14. Nudist's lack : TANLINE
21. Travel route with no points in-between : ATOB
24. Feature of some political parties? : OPENBAR
26. Virile type : MANSMAN
28. Einstein essay "The World As I ___" : SEEIT
30. Stuff in a mint : METAL
32. Longtime U.S. ally : ROK
34. Inits. at J.F.K. : UAL
36. Prohibition-era offering : NEARBEER
38. Stumps : BAFFLES
39. 2002 FIFA World Player of the Year : MIAHAMM
40. "Oprah & Friends" airer : XMRADIO
41. Deferral : STAY
43. Impetuously, perhaps : ONADARE
44. Adventurer and Airstream : DESOTOS
45. Boss's address? : ESTREET
48. View from Lake Kawaguchi : MTFUJI
51. Thrash : BASTE
52. Dinner course in Dresden : SALAT
55. Sons of, in Hebrew : BNAI
56. Port vessels : TUNS
59. Refuge : ARK
61. Medit. land : LEB

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