New York Times, Friday, August 25, 2006

Author: David Levinson Wilk
Editor: Will Shortz
David Levinson Wilk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JKQWZ} Spans: 9, (1 triple stack) This is puzzle # 9 for Mr. Wilk. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Apes : LUGS
5. Money in a Swiss bank : FRANC
10. Athlete feted with a New York City ticker-tape parade in 1998 : SOSA
14. Home of the philosopher Parmenides : ELEA
15. Be straight : LEVEL
16. Subj. of a makeup exam? : ANAT
17. Cover sheet abbr. : ATTN
18. Architect Jones : INIGO
19. Store that offers Moo Malts : TCBY
20. Single mujer: Abbr. : SRTA
21. They may get engaged : GEARS
22. Innovative chair designer Aarnio : EERO
23. Grammy-winning violinist Hilary : HAHN
24. "Iceland" star, 1942 : HENIE
25. Place : LIEU
26. Pennsylvanie, e.g. : ETAT
28. Some hits: Abbr. : DBLS
30. Seat of El Paso County : COLORADOSPRINGS
37. They help in making some calls : ATANDTOPERATORS
38. Norman Rockwell painted her eating a sandwich : ROSIETHERIVETER
39. General character : TONE
40. Way : MODE
41. Knock off : HALT
43. Tripartite treaty : NAFTA
47. Sun worshiper : INCA
50. Requiem title word : IRAE
51. Not as exciting : DRIER
52. Sometime today, say : SOON
53. Anjou pair : DEUX
54. First name in 1950's politics : ADLAI
55. Up, in a way : HUNG
56. Teri Garr's "Young Frankenstein" role : INGA
57. Best Actor nominee for "Affliction," 1998 : NOLTE
58. Coven : witches :: clutch : ___ : EGGS
59. Slangy rejections : NAHS
60. Bun component : TRESS
61. Ready to be junked : SHOT
1. Chow line? : LEASH
2. Super- relative : ULTRA
3. Ultimately triumph : GETTHELASTLAUGH
4. Starting point of the Chisholm Trail : SANANTONIOTEXAS
5. Follower of the captain's orders : FLIGHTATTENDANT
6. Soprano Fleming : RENEE
7. Like some zoo collections : AVIAN
8. Film vamp linked to Valentino : NEGRI
9. They have party restrictions : CLOSEDPRIMARIES
10. Roof sights : SATELLITEDISHES
11. Jacqueline Susann best seller : ONCEISNOTENOUGH
12. New York skater : SABRE
13. "Look ___!" : ATYOU
27. Where Orlando finds Rosalind, in Shakespeare : ARDEN
29. Encore elicitor : BRAVO
30. One that performs best when tired? : CAR
31. Iowa relative : OTO
32. Cartoon cry : DOH
33. Revealed, in verse : OPE
34. Sun. worshiper's focus : SER
35. Educ. test : GRE
36. Old Black Sea borderer: Abbr. : SSR
41. Used for cover : HIDIN
42. Point of contention : ARENA
44. Fire : ARDOR
45. Dijon daughter : FILLE
46. Milk dispensers : TEATS
48. Pointe-Noire's home : CONGO
49. Calm's opposite : ANGST

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