New York Times, Saturday, September 1, 2007

Author: Karen M. Tracey
Editor: Will Shortz
Karen M. Tracey
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 28 Missing: {W} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 14 for Ms. Tracey. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Backup : PLANB
6. Squirts : TOTS
10. Size in a lingerie shop : CCUP
14. Music maker "played" by the wind : EOLIANHARP
16. Basse-Normandie department : ORNE
17. Stereotypical nerd : POINDEXTER
18. 2004-06 poet laureate Kooser and others : TEDS
19. Boards : ENTERS
20. Fluffy, perhaps : HOUSEPET
22. Tears : RACES
24. Trainee : CADET
25. Zodiac symbol : RAM
28. ___ Britannica : PAX
29. Navajo handicrafts : SERAPES
31. Car rental company founder Warren : AVIS
33. Country with coups d'état in 2000 and 2006 : FIJI
35. Airline purchased by T.W.A. in 1986 : OZARK
36. Cellist who debuted at London's Wigmore Hall at age 16 : JACQUELINEDUPRE
39. Invite to one's penthouse suite : ASKUP
40. Robed dignitary : EMIR
41. Fen bender : REED
42. Availed : STEADED
44. It lands at Landvetter : SAS
46. Holders of shoulders: Abbr. : RDS
47. Ancient Greek sculptor famous for his athletes in bronze : MYRON
48. Inclusive pronoun : HESHE
50. Cautious people stay on it : SAFESIDE
52. Shakespearean scholar Edmond : MALONE
56. Problem ending : ATIC
57. Expensive choice for a commuter : GASGUZZLER
59. Big name in contact lens cleaners : RENU
60. "Madame Butterfly," updated : MISSSAIGON
61. Peer on a stage : GYNT
62. Being tossed, maybe : ASEA
63. Statistical calculations : MEANS
1. Tio ___ (sherry brand) : PEPE
2. Crazy : LOON
3. Set down : ALIT
4. Bronc rival : NINER
5. Wrongful slammer sentence, say : BADRAP
6. Appreciation abbreviation : THX
7. Curses : OATHS
8. Palm smartphone : TREO
9. Smart : SPRUCE
10. Fashionable resort area : COTEDAZUR
11. Piñata decoration : CREPEPAPER
12. Not put off : UNDETERRED
13. Raid victim : PEST
15. Instant success? : NESCAFE
21. Indian lute : SAROD
23. Like Shakespeare's Prospero, e.g. : EXILED
25. Javanese chiefs : RAJAS
26. Salt halter : AVASTMATEY
27. It'll knock you out after you knock it back : MICKEYFINN
29. 1996 Golden Globe winner for "Truman" : SINISE
30. Variety listings : SKEDS
32. Like some diamonds : SQUARECUT
34. Lord of fiction : JIM
37. Beehives, e.g. : UPDOS
38. He wrote "In the country of the blind the one-eyed man is king" : ERASMUS
43. Knot : ENIGMA
45. Gomer Pyle expletive : SHAZAM
48. Where the Fulda flows : HESSE
49. Cartoonist Segar : ELZIE
50. Pioneering puppeteer : SARG
51. Place of honor : DAIS
53. Grammy-winning merengue singer Tañón : OLGA
54. Rialto sign : NEON
55. Coastal avifauna : ERNS
58. Fed. property overseer : GSA

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