New York Times, Thursday, October 25, 2007

Author: Susan Harrington Smith
Editor: Will Shortz
Susan Harrington Smith
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34 Missing: {FZ} This is puzzle # 10 for Ms. Smith. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. "Thou art not lovelier than ___, — no" (Millay sonnet start) : LILACS
7. Make even : TIE
10. Neighbor of Afghanistan: Abbr. : PAK
13. Cadillac model : DEVILLE
14. ___ jam : INA
15. Word with pick or pack : ICE
16. With 55-Across, description of 23-, 36- and 44-Across : ITALIAN
17. Wither : ATROPHY
19. Atlanta's ___ Center : CNN
20. College square : QUAD
22. Playwright Edward and others : ALBEES
23. Beginning of some folk wisdom : TOTRUSTISGOOD
26. Clod buster : HOE
27. Pacific islands in W.W. II fighting, with "the" : GILBERTS
30. Hugh ___, successor to Louis V as king of France : CAPET
33. Kind of cup : DIXIE
34. Les poissons swim in it : EAU
35. Charter : HIRE
36. Folk wisdom, part 2 : NOTTO
37. Doggone : DARN
38. Nabokov novel : ADA
39. Biblical prophet thrown overboard by his shipmates : JONAH
40. Formal dress shoes : PUMPS
41. Sane : RATIONAL
43. Norwegian coin : ORE
44. End of the folk wisdom : TRUSTISBETTER
49. Obliquely : ASLANT
51. Bishoprics : SEES
52. Old Eur. domain : HRE
53. Cutout to fill in : STENCIL
55. See 16-Across : PROVERB
57. Additionally : TOO
58. Green: Prefix : ECO
59. Corrida combatants : TOREROS
60. Have : OWN
61. Shade of blue : SKY
62. Makeshift hatrack : ANTLER
1. "... ___ man put asunder" (wedding words) : LETNO
2. "___ to be alone" (words attributed to Greta Garbo) : IVANT
3. Wee, quickly : LIL
4. Exact proper divisor, in math : ALIQUOT
5. Part of a contract : CLAUSE
6. French legislature : SENAT
7. Spanish aunt : TIA
8. Incised printing method : INTAGLIO
9. Pendant place : EARLOBE
10. Bit of wishful thinking : PIPEDREAM
11. Yearn : ACHE
12. Phi Beta Kappa mementos : KEYS
13. Webster's, e.g.: Abbr. : DICT
18. Melancholy woodwind : OBOE
21. Medicinal cardiac stimulant : DIGITALIS
24. Syngman ___, first president of South Korea : RHEE
25. The last Pope Paul, e.g. : SIXTH
28. Infield cover : TARP
29. Heavenly orbs : SUNS
30. Scorch : CHAR
31. She dies with Radames : AIDA
32. Talk, talk, talk : PRATTLEON
33. Robert of "The 39 Steps" : DONAT
36. Teflon, e.g. : NONSTICK
37. Any Sonny and Cher song : DUET
39. Bumps on a ride : JOUNCES
40. Do some advance organizing : PRESORT
42. Ayatollah's home : IRAN
43. Titania's husband : OBERON
45. Dividing membranes : SEPTA
46. When doubled, comforting words : THERE
47. Cause for an erasure : ERROR
48. Fighters for Jeff Davis : REBS
49. Regarding : ASTO
50. Pack : STOW
54. Powell's co-star in "The Thin Man" : LOY
56. Speed: Abbr. : VEL

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