New York Times, Friday, September 14, 2007

Author: John Farmer
Editor: Will Shortz
John Farmer
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 29 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Farmer. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. What you might do at the beach : GOFORADIP
10. Lethargy : SOPOR
15. Early inhabitant : ABORIGINE
16. Light smoke : CLARO
17. Choked up : VERKLEMPT
18. This is a test : ASSAY
19. Shaw who led the Gramercy Five : ARTIE
20. Muscleman with a 1980s cartoon series : MRT
21. Old-time actress Crabtree : LOTTA
22. Subject of interest in the question "Who are you wearing?" : GOWN
23. Modern-day monarch, for short : QEII
24. Register : ENROL
25. Brian known for 33-Across music : ENO
26. John who succeeded Pierre Trudeau as Canadian P.M. : TURNER
28. Uris hero : ARI
29. Comment after getting something : AHA
30. Waves with long wavelengths? : TSUNAMIS
33. See 25-Across : AMBIENT
37. "Ash Wednesday" writer : TSELIOT
38. Starry-eyed : QUIXOTIC
40. Movie villain voiced by Douglas Rain : HAL
41. Miss ___ : USA
42. Spell checker? : AMULET
44. Indian viceroy's authority : RAJ
47. Damascus V.I.P. : ASSAD
50. Eventful times : ERAS
51. "Take ___ the River" (Talking Heads hit) : METO
52. Geometric prefix : TETRA
53. Kip spender : LAO
54. Spanish kitties : GATOS
55. Jerk : IDIOT
56. Doesn't support a conspiracy theory? : ACTSALONE
58. Deleted part : CURSE
59. Oslo Accords concern : GAZASTRIP
60. Gear : SPEED
61. Frank Zappa or Dizzy Gillespie feature : SOULPATCH
1. Forced feeding, as with a tube : GAVAGE
2. Moon of Uranus named for a Shakespearean character : OBERON
3. Like a romantic dinner : FORTWO
4. Big name in pest control : ORKIN
5. Get to : RILE
6. Jazz ___ : AGE
7. Certain switch : DIMMER
8. Available : INPRINT
9. Small in the biggest way? : PETTIEST
10. 100 to 1, e.g. : SCALE
11. Actress Nancy of "Sunset Boulevard" : OLSON
12. Sandwich filler : PASTRAMI
13. Church piece : ORATORIO
14. Old Tory : ROYALIST
23. Fundamental energy units : QUANTA
26. "Vincent & ___" (1990 Robert Altman film) : THEO
27. Dailies, in the movie biz : RUSHES
29. ___-en-Provence, France : AIX
31. Groomed : NEAT
32. Word before and after "in" : ALL
33. Swimming, surfboarding, etc. : AQUATICS
34. Uncombed : MUSSEDUP
35. Whitewall, maybe : BIASTIRE
36. Delays : TIMELAGS
39. Largest of the ABC islands : CURACAO
43. "The Tao that can be told is not the eternal Tao" philosopher : LAOTZU
44. "Touché!" elicitor : RETORT
45. Not accented : ATONIC
46. Important figure in the Gospels : JOSEPH
48. Faulkner's "___ for Emily" : AROSE
49. Out : DATED
51. 1945 conference site for Roosevelt and Churchill : MALTA
54. One might fight to the last one : GASP
57. Sonny's partner in "Dog Day Afternoon" : SAL

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