New York Times, Monday, May 7, 2007

Author: Janet Bender
Editor: Will Shortz
Janet R. Bender
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 25 for Ms. Bender. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Base on balls : WALK
5. Lowly chess piece : PAWN
9. Afro-Brazilian dance : SAMBA
14. Nastase of tennis : ILIE
15. Feel sore : ACHE
16. "___ Gold" (1997 film) : ULEES
17. See 18-Across : RACE
18. Grand ___ (annual French auto 17-Across) : PRIX
19. "Carmen" composer : BIZET
20. "The Breakfast Club" actor : EMILIOESTEVEZ
23. Preceder of com or org : DOT
24. Desperately needing a map : LOST
25. Dangerous person : MENACE
28. Donkey : ASS
29. Officer's honorific : SIR
30. '60s war site : NAM
31. More work than required : EXTRAEFFORT
36. Lyricist Gershwin : IRA
37. "Um, excuse me" : AHEM
38. "Foucault's Pendulum" author : ECO
39. The "A" in ABM : ANTI
40. "My mama done ___ me" : TOL
41. It may come as a shock to a diver : ELECTRICEEL
45. Put to a purpose : USE
46. Accomplished : DID
47. French vacation time : ETE
48. Argentine grassland : PAMPAS
50. Be wide-open : GAPE
52. Salary : PAY
55. Domain ruled from Constantinople : EASTERNEMPIRE
58. Actor John of "The Addams Family" : ASTIN
60. ___ California : BAJA
61. Pastel shade : AQUA
62. Michaels of "S.N.L." : LORNE
63. Brilliant display : RIOT
64. Bath fixtures : TUBS
65. Philadelphia N.H.L.er : FLYER
66. Burden of proof : ONUS
67. Radiator output : HEAT
1. Sent by telegraph : WIRED
2. 1836 battle site : ALAMO
3. Permissible : LICIT
4. Part of a hull : KEEL
5. Native American baby : PAPOOSE
6. Farm units : ACRES
7. Early form of bridge : WHIST
8. Cry at a motor vehicle bureau : NEXT
9. Undermine : SUBVERT
10. Green card holder : ALIEN
11. Floor between first and second : MEZZANINE
12. Spell-off : BEE
13. Winter hrs. in Bermuda : AST
21. Ingrid's role in "Casablanca" : ILSA
22. Ruler of Qatar : EMIR
26. ___ blanche : CARTE
27. Communication that may have an attachment : EMAIL
28. Sleeve filler : ARM
29. Chimney sweep's target : SOOT
31. Devour hungrily : EATUP
32. South African native : XHOSA
33. Rocket data : TELEMETRY
34. Nourish : FEED
35. TV watchdog: Abbr. : FCC
39. Good card to have "in the hole" : ACE
41. Lou Grant portrayer : EDASNER
42. Santa checks his twice, in song : LIST
43. Second airings : REPEATS
44. Topic of gossip : ITEM
49. Thomas who wrote "Common Sense" : PAINE
50. Corn or oat : GRAIN
51. Pear variety : ANJOU
52. Tickle, as one's interest : PIQUE
53. Dutch-speaking Caribbean island : ARUBA
54. It makes dough rise : YEAST
56. Spanish river to the Mediterranean : EBRO
57. Trail : PATH
58. TV extraterrestrial : ALF
59. Note between fa and la : SOL

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