New York Times, Saturday, July 26, 2008

Author: Barry C. Silk
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry C. Silk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29 Missing: {CFJ} This is puzzle # 27 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Conductor of many TV experiments : MRWIZARD
9. Many people get 100 on it : IQTEST
15. Words of solace : THERENOW
16. Like some palms : SWEATY
17. Hunter of fish : SEAEAGLE
18. Get intense : HEATUP
19. Scottish : Mac :: Arabic : ___ : IBN
20. Where Charles de Gaulle was born : LILLE
22. Goo : SLIME
23. Advent number : NOEL
25. Like some old lamps : OILLIT
27. "Frank TV" airer : TBS
28. Home of minor-league baseball's Aeros : AKRON
30. They don't respond favorably : NOES
31. Obstinate type : MULE
32. Children : ISSUE
33. Snack for a dragonfly : GNAT
34. Miffed, after "in" : APET
35. Many servers : IBMS
37. Bite : NOSH
39. Things associated with pits and spits, briefly : BBQS
42. "Let ___" : ITGO
44. Haven : OASIS
48. Unhappy face : MOUE
49. U.S.-born Jordanian queen : NOOR
50. Direct : BLUNT
51. Small note : ONE
52. Ventura County's most populous city : OXNARD
54. Second biggest city in Russia's Orenburg region : ORSK
55. The Guinness book once dubbed her "television's most frequent clapper" : VANNA
57. Mount Saint ___ (Alaskan/Canadian peak) : ELIAS
59. The Engineers of N.Y.'s Liberty League : RPI
60. Completely : INTOTO
62. "Nothing to get upset about" : IGNOREIT
64. Periodicals with unturnable pages : EZINES
65. 1966 Pulitzer-winning poet Richard : EBERHART
66. Touched the least : SANEST
67. Heartbeat halves : SYSTOLES
1. High point of the O.T. : MTSINAI
2. Cousins of oribis and dik-diks : RHEBOKS
3. Stockbreeding devices : WEANERS
4. Cause of an explosion : IRE
5. Antithesis of apathy : ZEAL
6. Hospital procedure, for short : ANGIO
7. Drifter : ROLLINGSTONE
8. Refuse to let go of : DWELLON
9. Book end? : ISH
10. Big telecom company : QWEST
11. Pond denizen : TEAL
12. Fall for something hook, line and sinker : EATITUP
13. Err : STUMBLE
14. Ready to be put to bed : TYPESET
21. Title woman of song who "lives in a dream" : ELEANORRIGBY
24. New York congresswoman Slaughter : LOUISE
26. What a colon may mean : ISTO
29. Home of Creighton U. : NEB
31. Oahu "thank you" : MAHALO
36. Coquette : MINX
38. Melodramatic outburst : SOB
39. They may have just one or two stars : BMOVIES
40. Ore galore : BONANZA
41. San ___ (Western pen) : QUENTIN
43. Players with saving accounts? : GOALIES
45. Fantastic : SURREAL
46. Motivate : INSPIRE
47. Columbus discovery of 1493 : STKITTS
52. She won the 1970 National Book Award for Fiction : OATES
53. About 5.5 million Europeans : DANES
56. Survey choice, at times : NONE
58. Stripe : SORT
61. Right turn from Nord : OST
63. P : RHO

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