New York Times, Friday, July 13, 2007

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 245 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "On the other hand ..." : BUTTHEN
8. Quaint cry from a caught crook, with "The" : JIGISUP
15. Between here and there : ENROUTE
16. Hot : ONAROLL
17. Go for, as a ball : SWINGAT
18. Film director's discovery : INGENUE
19. Powwow place : TEPEE
20. Wrong : SIN
22. Town outside Harrisburg : ENOLA
23. Topless? : BALD
24. "Le Bon Bock" artist : MANET
26. Times on the History Channel? : ERAS
27. Cusp : EVE
28. Sony debut of 1979 : WALKMAN
30. Swallowed the bait? : ATE
31. Spandex and Lurex : TEXTILES
33. Hurt : PAINED
35. Works with : USES
36. "What's the ___?" : DIFF
37. Seashell hues : BEIGES
40. 1940s fashion : ZOOTSUIT
44. Smart figures? : IQS
45. 1938 Daphne du Maurier novel : REBECCA
47. Layer : PLY
48. Neighbor of Mex. : GUAT
50. Ohio city whose name means "hospitality" in Greek : XENIA
51. Dog : FLOP
52. High country : TIBET
54. Popular ISP : AOL
55. Slog : SLAVE
56. Wrong : INERROR
58. Natural gas components : ETHANES
60. "___ Place" : MELROSE
61. Be at rest : LIEIDLE
62. One who tries : ESSAYER
63. Bawls out : YELLSAT
1. Favorite : BESTBET
2. Backtrack on, as a rug : UNWEAVE
3. Certain multiscreen cinema : TRIPLEX
4. Quieted (down) : TONED
5. Overwhelming : HUGE
6. Viscosity symbol, in physics : ETA
7. Figure on which royalties are based : NETSALES
8. What to do if you can't beat the suckers : JOINEM
9. Night spot : INN
10. Thomas ___, last royal governor of Massachusetts : GAGE
11. 1919 Broadway musical that set a record for most performances up to that time : IRENE
12. Southwest Arizona's ___ Desert : SONORAN
13. Howl : ULULATE
14. Content : PLEASED
21. Puts one's John Hancock on : INKS
24. What X + Y signifies : MALESEX
25. Cassava product : TAPIOCA
28. Having learned a lesson : WISER
29. Mex. is in it : NAFTA
32. Port pusher : TUG
34. Hypotheticals : IFS
36. How most farm animals behave : DOCILELY
37. Very much : BIGTIME
38. Zebras, e.g. : EQUINES
39. "___ Daughter," 2003 Judi Hendricks novel : ISABELS
40. Greek philosopher who founded Stoicism : ZENO
41. High-elevation areas : UPLANDS
42. 1983 Randy Newman song : ILOVELA
43. Ready to be proofed : TYPESET
46. Carrier : BEARER
49. Earth, in sci-fi : TERRA
51. Grain threshing tool : FLAIL
53. Legendary siege site : TROY
55. Author Silverstein : SHEL
57. Saccharide suffix : OSE
59. 7-up, e.g. : TIE

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