New York Times, Thursday, July 12, 2007

Author: Michael Shteyman
Editor: Will Shortz
Michael Shteyman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 40 Missing: {KQZ} This is puzzle # 43 for Mr. Shteyman. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Part of Poor Richard's Almanack : ADAGE
6. They clear the way : BROOMS
12. Think over, in a way : REPLAN
14. Wearing white after Labor Day, e.g. : FAUXPAS
15. Rest : REPOSE
16. Border in the court? : SIDELINE
17. It might help you take a turn for the better : POWERSTEERING
19. "See ___ care" : IFI
20. Bill and Hillary Clinton, e.g. : DUO
21. Fast pitch : SPIEL
23. Place to get a C.D. : SANDL
26. Gaelic tongue : ERSE
29. Cinnabar, e.g. : ORE
30. Emperor under Pope Innocent III : OTTOIV
32. Early Surrealist : MAXERNST
35. Ten minutes in a laundry, maybe : WASHCYCLE
37. Hangar site : AIRDROME
40. Upper armbones : HUMERI
44. Byron's "___ Walks in Beauty" : SHE
45. Pay (up) : PONY
47. Nutcases : LOCOS
48. Pilgrim to Mecca : HADJI
51. Fundamental of philosophy : TAO
53. First U.S. pres. to travel in a submarine : HST
54. "You'll have to take my word for it" : TRUSTMEONTHIS
59. Informal words of concurrence : MEEITHER
60. Attribution : CREDIT
62. Strife : DISCORD
63. A Lennon sister : DIANNE
64. Song from "The Music Man" with the lyric "What words could be saner or truer or plainer" : ITSYOU
65. Word that can precede the starts of 17-, 35- and 54-Across and 16-Down : BRAIN
1. Band score abbr. : ARR
2. Frying medium : DEEPFAT
3. Designate : APPOINT
4. U.F.O. feature, maybe : GLOW
5. Minimal effort : EASE
6. Commanded : BADE
7. They are sorry : RUERS
8. Yellow spring flower : OXLIP
9. Perspective : OPINION
10. Stable places : MANGERS
11. Abilene-to-San Antonio dir. : SSE
13. Unlikely party animal : NERD
14. Cry of disgust : FIE
16. Low pressure area : STORMCENTER
18. Good name for a trial lawyer? : SUE
19. Abbr. on a film box : ISO
22. Tennis call : LET
24. Columnist Maureen : DOWD
25. Word repeated in a child's taunt : LIAR
27. For example : SAY
28. Kind of rate in a bank: Abbr. : EXCH
31. Letters on a Rémy Martin bottle : VSOP
33. Jewish month : ELUL
34. San ___, Italy : REMO
36. Grp. handling insurance forms : HMO
37. Wood for oars : ASH
38. "Ugh!" : IHATEIT
39. Remedy : REDRESS
41. Egg-laying mammal : ECHIDNA
42. Composer of the opera "Tancredi" : ROSSINI
43. Form of the German "to be" : IST
46. 7'6" N.B.A. star : YAO
49. Titillating : JUICY
50. Kindergarten comeback : ISTOO
52. How most computer software is sold : ONCD
55. No ___ Street : THRU
56. Kind of school : MED
57. Salt Lake City daily, briefly, with "the" : TRIB
58. Learn (of) : HEAR
59. Year of an Amerigo Vespucci voyage : MDI
61. Highest tile value in Scrabble : TEN

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