New York Times, Thursday, August 30, 2007

Author: Victor Fleming and Bruce Venzke
Editor: Will Shortz
Victor Fleming
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433/29/20053/13/201521
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1.55023
Bruce Venzke
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188/26/20047/8/201417
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1.61002

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 25 Missing: {GJKQZ} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 12 for Mr. Fleming. This is puzzle # 12 for Mr. Venzke. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Seinfeld's "sworn enemy" : NEWMAN
7. En route : ONTHEWAY
15. Dig up : EXHUME
16. Vicious sorts : PIRANHAS
17. 1961 Connie Francis hit : WHERETHEBOYSARE
19. Up to no good : SINISTER
20. Sterile, in a way : NEUTER
21. Debussy's "Air de ___" : LIA
22. Word before Oscar or Orloff : VEAL
24. Madras title : SRI
25. Intl. agreement since 1993 : NAFTA
27. Class-conscious grps.? : PTAS
29. Prefix with skeleton : ENDO
32. Hold 'em challenge : IRAISE
34. Fourth book of the Book of Mormon : ENOS
36. Gore follower : TEX
37. Eponymous rink jump : SALCHOW
39. Bring up : ELEVATE
41. View from Long Is. : ATL
42. Tennyson woman called "the Fair" : ENID
44. ___ Beach, Fla. : DELRAY
45. ___ Jordan, who wrote "The Crying Game" : NEIL
47. A writer may work on it : SPEC
49. Bolero, e.g. : DANCE
50. Long on screen : NIA
52. First name in architecture : EERO
54. One-third of a Morse "O" : DAH
55. Children's author/photographer Alda : ARLENE
58. "Here, I can help you" : PERMITME
61. End of a line about "friends" : WHONEEDSENEMIES
63. Not be honest about oneself : LIVEALIE
64. Ingredients in many stews : ONIONS
65. Derides : SNEERSAT
66. Become, as mush : TURNTO
1. Google heading : NEWS
2. Thrill : EXHILARATE
3. 1952 Doris Day hit that was an even bigger hit for the Lettermen in 1961 : WHENIFALLINLOVE
4. ___ acid (old name for hydrochloric acid) : MURIATIC
5. Bob ___, young man in Dreiser's "Sister Carrie" : AMES
6. Web-based service : NETTV
7. Be in charge of : OPERATE
8. Pointed extremity : NIB
9. Suffix with beta : TRON
10. First sitting president to visit the West Coast : HAYES
11. Protect : ENSURE
12. "Huh?!" : WHATINTARNATION
13. It rises in the Bernese Alps : AARE
14. Battle of the ___, 1914 : YSER
18. Mr. Wickfield's clerk, in literature : HEEP
23. Narrow way : LANE
25. Passover month : NISAN
26. Gentleman of the court : ASHE
28. "Deal!" : SOLD
30. Troop group : DETACHMENT
31. Kind of daisy : OXEYE
33. Eternities : EONS
35. Starting point : SEED
38. Efface, with "off" : WIPE
40. One of the men waiting in "Waiting for Godot" : VLADIMIR
43. Like some eyes : DEEPSET
46. Mortgagor, e.g. : LIENEE
48. Canadian native : CREE
51. At hand, in poems : ANEAR
53. Optional phrase : ORNOT
55. Belt-hole makers : AWLS
56. Nose: Prefix : RHIN
57. Reef dwellers : EELS
59. Button on an iPod : MENU
60. Sinclair alternative : ESSO
62. Part of una semana : DIA

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