New York Times, Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Author: Edward Safran
Editor: Will Shortz
Edward Safran
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Safran. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Some electrical plugs : MALES
6. Kid-___ (film genre) : VID
9. Neither-here-nor-there state : LIMBO
14. Volunteer's words : IWILL
15. Enzyme suffix : ASE
16. Bygone : OLDEN
17. Typical date activity : MOVIE
18. ___ few rounds : GOA
19. Joie de ___ : VIVRE
20. See 10-Down : IKE
21. Sean Connery: "The Man Who ___" (1975) : WOULDBEKING
24. Turn over : CEDE
26. It flows with the wind : LEETIDE
27. President Sadat : ANWAR
29. Ticket datum : ROW
30. Hardly ruddy : WAN
33. Rubber hamburger, e.g. : DOGTOY
35. Like a moonscape : DESOLATE
37. Hokkaido seaport : OTARU
38. Golfer's concern : LIE
39. Climber of Mount Sinai : MOSES
40. Hid from view : SHIELDED
42. Attends homecoming, say : REUNES
43. Velvet finish? : EEN
44. Put on : DON
45. "Zip your lip!" : CANIT
46. Log holder : ANDIRON
48. How-to unit : STEP
51. David Bowie: "The Man Who ___" (1976) : FELLTOEARTH
55. Shakespearean prince : HAL
56. Get out of : AVOID
57. "___ funny!" : NOT
58. The end : OMEGA
60. Maui veranda : LANAI
61. Words on a card : CUE
62. Signal to pull over : SIREN
63. Biscotti flavoring : ANISE
64. Ernie on the links : ELS
65. Bring to bear : EXERT
1. Chimp, at times : MIMIC
2. Came to : AWOKE
3. Boris Karloff: "The Man Who ___" (1936) : LIVEDAGAIN
4. Gridder Manning : ELI
5. Knocked off : SLEW
6. Not so clear : VAGUER
7. Sicilia e Sardegna : ISOLE
8. Like paper vis-à-vis electronic : DEADTREE
9. Burt Reynolds: "The Man Who ___" (1983) : LOVEDWOMEN
10. With 20-Across, '50s slogan : ILIKE
11. Year of Columbus's death : MDVI
12. It's on the Aare : BERN
13. NASA force unit, briefly : ONEG
22. Oil of ___ : OLAY
23. Book jacket blurbs : BIOS
25. ___ nous : ENTRE
28. Lloyd Nolan: "The Man Who ___" (1942) : WOULDNTDIE
30. Billy Bob Thornton: "The Man Who ___" (2001) : WASNTTHERE
31. Suit to ___ : ATEE
32. Top Untouchable : NESS
33. Two caplets, e.g. : DOSE
34. "Top ___ mornin'!" : OTHE
35. Executed : DID
36. Vuitton of fashion : LOUIS
38. Defendant's hope, at sentencing : LENIENCE
41. Thickhead : DODO
42. Go ballistic : RANT
45. Conqueror of Mexico : CORTES
46. Wanted poster info : ALIAS
47. Holocaust hero Wallenberg : RAOUL
49. Raring to go : EAGER
50. Carnival shill, e.g. : PLANT
51. F.D.R. dog : FALA
52. Sen. Bayh : EVAN
53. Anderson of "Stroker Ace" : LONI
54. Cheat, slangily : HOSE
59. Be sociable : MIX

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