New York Times, Friday, May 9, 2008

Author: Jim Page
Editor: Will Shortz
Jim Page
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 30 Missing: {FQWZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 99 for Mr. Page. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Terrifying tales : HAIRRAISERS
12. Org. that called '60s strikes : SDS
15. One might have a stunt double : ACTIONMOVIE
16. Egyptian ___ (cat breed) : MAU
17. Bit of ballistic evidence : SHELLCASING
18. Market figure, briefly : ARB
19. Weber per square meter : TESLA
20. Certain fund-raiser : GALA
21. Organization originally called the Jolly Corks : ELKS
22. Philanthropic focus : NEEDS
24. Buddy-buddy : PALSY
25. Where many lives are expended : ARCADE
29. Bat shapers : LATHES
30. Computer connection : PORT
31. Some cameras : LEICAS
35. The 10 in 10/20: Abbr. : OCT
36. The lower 70s, say : ROOMTEMPERATURE
39. Ricky Nelson's "___ Late" : ITS
40. Builder of a hanging nest : ORIOLE
41. Home of Utah Valley State College : OREM
42. Kir ingredient : CASSIS
44. Some believers : DEISTS
46. Projecting bit of architecture : ORIEL
47. Jib used to give a boat more speed : GENOA
50. Coloring : TONE
51. Designer Kenneth : COLE
52. Rush : SPATE
57. "Oklahoma!" bad guy : JUD
58. It often includes surround sound : HOMETHEATER
60. Suffix of some cyclic compounds : ANE
61. One who may do a wire transfer : ELECTRICIAN
62. A multiple of CLI : MDX
63. Chips and such : PARTYSNACKS
1. Shakespeare's own? : HAST
2. Feel eager : ACHE
3. Plural suffix with urban : ITES
4. Moon marking : RILL
5. "Doonesbury" journalist Hedley : ROLAND
6. Not at all recent: Abbr. : ANC
7. Something to project : IMAGE
8. "Such a tragedy" : SOSAD
9. Poisons : EVILS
10. Actress Morelli of "The Leopard," 1963 : RINA
11. Div. : SEG
12. Predawn period : SMALLHOURS
13. Potential reputation ruiner : DARKSECRET
14. Secondary arrangements : SUBSYSTEMS
21. Fill up on : EAT
23. Trappers with pots : EELERS
24. Simon & Garfunkel's "El Condor ___" : PASA
25. Yellowish-orange spread : APRICOTJAM
26. Rummage : ROOTAROUND
27. It tells you where else to look : CROSSINDEX
28. One passing notes? : ATM
29. 1960s TV western : LAREDO
32. British record giant : EMI
33. You might take stock in it: Abbr. : IPO
34. Certain character sketch : CEL
37. It's not light work : TOIL
38. French pronoun : TOI
43. Word in a 27-Down : SEE
45. Park with great care, e.g. : EASEIN
47. TV marine : GOMER
48. Provide a seat for : ELECT
49. Like lace : NETTY
51. Mixer option : COLA
53. Cousin of a guinea pig : PACA
54. Axiom ender : ATIC
55. Alternative to cedar : TEAK
56. Flying piscivores : ERNS
58. Not squaresville : HEP
59. Crowd-thrilling hits: Abbr. : HRS

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