New York Times, Friday, January 19, 2007

Author: Karen M. Tracey
Editor: Will Shortz
Karen M. Tracey
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 25 Missing: {GQZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 8 for Ms. Tracey. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Plot device in some science fiction : TIMEWARP
9. Expedient : TACTIC
15. Saint born in Newark, N.J. : EVAMARIE
16. Modern site of an ancient Egyptian capital : AMARNA
17. Fictional character who says "I have measured out my life with coffee spoons" : JALFREDPRUFROCK
19. ___ Nuevo : ANO
20. Cardio choice : TAEBO
21. ___ Lacs, Minn. : MILLE
22. Discoveries in Al Hirschfeld drawings : NINAS
24. Off the market : SOLD
26. Whammy : BLOW
27. Rack holder : OVEN
28. Merry : JOYOUS
30. Spawn : OVA
31. It's a free country : THEUS
33. Descend, in mountaineering : RAPPEL
35. Movie buff: Var. : CINEAST
38. 1993 Peace co-Nobelist : DEKLERK
39. Night sticks? : ROOSTS
40. Western party : POSSE
41. Computer key : ALT
42. Homer's home : HELLAS
44. One of the Bush brothers : NEIL
48. Word with legal or lower : CASE
50. Home of the Hmong : LAOS
51. Part of a French toast : SANTE
52. Pan : KNOCK
54. Thomas of the N.B.A. : ISIAH
56. Flagstaff-to-Tucson dir. : SSE
57. Early Jesuit : STFRANCISXAVIER
60. Moving vehicles : UHAULS
61. Wagner opera setting : VALHALLA
62. One side in the Battle of Thermopylae : PERSIA
63. Drill command : EYESLEFT
1. Music style that often includes an accordion : TEJANO
2. "Terrible" czar : IVANIV
3. Longtime TV role for Danson : MALONE
4. Generator output: Abbr. : EMF
5. Partner of all : WARTS
6. Specialty : AREA
7. Weathers : RIDESOUT
8. National car care chain : PEPBOYS
9. ___ particle : TAU
10. Switch letters : AMFM
11. Trinidadian, e.g. : CARIB
12. The Barsetshire novels novelist : TROLLOPE
13. Doing very well moneywise : INCLOVER
14. Sure thing : CAKEWALK
18. Popular caramel candy : ROLO
23. Dealers' requests : ANTES
25. Browbeating : DURESS
28. George of old vaudeville : JESSEL
29. "Mame" director of stage and screen : SAKS
32. Biblical verb : HATH
34. Joint assemblies : PLENA
35. Busts a gut : CRACKSUP
36. First opera to premiere at London's Savoy Theatre, 1882 : IOLANTHE
37. Rather close : NOTSOFAR
38. Parent's stern order : DOASISAY
40. Like some consonant stops : PLOSIVE
43. Flock member : LAIC
45. Store, in a way : ENSILE
46. Word of emphasis : ITSELF
47. Eye libidinously : LEERAT
49. Some lampshade shades : ECRUS
51. Abbas I, II and III : SHAHS
53. Wife of Shiva, in Hinduism : KALI
55. Toll unit : AXLE
58. "The Puzzle Palace" org. : NSA
59. One of the Ewings on "Dallas" : VAL

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