New York Times, Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Author: Barbara Olson
Editor: Will Shortz
Barbara Olson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32 Missing: {FQWXZ} This is puzzle # 5 for Ms. Olson. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Great Trek participant of the 1830s : BOER
5. Courtroom fig. : ASSTDA
11. Bake sale grp. : PTA
14. Bowed, in music : ARCO
15. "Yippee!" : HOORAH
16. Alley ___ : OOP
17. Newts and such : SALAMANDERS
19. "The Addams Family" cousin : ITT
20. Nocturnal beetle : SCARAB
21. Sugar suffix : OSE
22. ___ equal footing : ONAN
23. Senior Saarinen : ELIEL
24. Take apart : DISMANTLE
26. Setting for a chaise longue : TERRACE
28. In groups : ELITES
29. Deflating sound : SSS
30. When repeated, part of a Beatles refrain : YEAH
33. Services' partner : GOODS
34. Go-between, and a clue to 17-, 24-, 49- and 57-Across : MIDDLEMAN
37. Prized violin, briefly : STRAD
40. Canned fare since 1937 : SPAM
41. Univ. staffers : TAS
44. School papers : THEMES
46. Downsize, maybe : RESCALE
49. Salon job : PERMANENT
52. ___ Potti : PORTA
53. Totally confused : ASEA
54. In the style of : ALA
55. Hit close to home? : BUNTED
56. Kick ___ storm : UPA
57. Locale of Uhuru Peak : KILIMANJARO
59. Israeli airport city : LOD
60. Lover of Cesario, in "Twelfth Night" : OLIVIA
61. Neighbor of Wash. : OREG
62. City grid: Abbr. : STS
63. Take stock of : ASSESS
64. Features of greenhouses : BEDS
1. Stout-legged hounds : BASSETS
2. Sources of wisdom : ORACLES
3. Bakery treats : ECLAIRS
4. Lion, for one : ROARER
5. Ill-fated captain : AHAB
6. Trinity member : SON
7. "Me too" : SODOI
8. Long lock : TRESS
9. Risktaker's challenge : DAREME
10. "I see" sounds : AHS
11. Indicate, in a way : POINTTO
12. Came to : TOTALED
13. Suitability : APTNESS
18. Actress Powers of "Cyrano de Bergerac" : MALA
22. Something to cry over? : ONION
24. Knight's list : DEEDS
25. Bit of plankton : ALGA
27. Dancer Charisse : CYD
31. Eiger, for one : ALP
32. Soul mate? : HEART
34. "___ mia!" : MAMMA
35. It pops into the head : IDEA
36. Tussaud's title: Abbr. : MME
37. Wren's cathedral : STPAULS
38. X marks it : THESPOT
39. Double-checks : REREADS
41. Rarer than rare : TARTARE
42. Took in, perhaps : ALTERED
43. Old salts : SEADOGS
45. Garden pests : SNAILS
47. Worked like Rumpelstiltskin : SPUN
48. Swindler's work : CONJOB
50. ___ Island (museum site) : ELLIS
51. Dewy-eyed : NAIVE
55. Lambs' laments : BAAS
57. R.V. hookup provider : KOA
58. Wrong start? : MIS

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