New York Times, Thursday, October 4, 2007

Author: Sheldon Benardo
Editor: Will Shortz
Sheldon Benardo
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Benardo. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Twinge : PANG
5. W.W. II blast makers : ABOMBS
11. Realm of Proteus, in Greek myth : SEA
14. ___ patriae : AMOR
15. Pack again, as hay : REBALE
16. ___ Rose : AXL
17. Leading Russian in the 32-Down : YURIGAGARIN
19. One to one, e.g. : TIE
20. Regard : ESTEEM
21. Attitudes : MINDSETS
23. Pilgrim in Chaucer's "The Canterbury Tales" : REEVE
24. Florida island resort : SANIBEL
25. Once, once : ERST
27. Prayer word : ALLAH
30. Paul McCartney played it for the Beatles : BASS
33. NASA launch vehicle : ARES
36. Record producer Davis : CLIVE
37. Connection for an electric guitar : AMP
38. Newsmaker of October 4, 1957 : SPUTNIK
40. Result of a road emergency : TOW
41. Be hot under the collar : ROAST
43. New Mexico county or its seat : TAOS
44. Basted : SEWN
45. Orders : DICTA
46. Korea's Syngman : RHEE
48. "20 Hrs., 40 Min." author, 1928 : EARHART
52. Catch on the range : LASSO
56. Detroit suburb named for the plants the area was once overgrown with : FERNDALE
58. Blocked, as a harbor, with "up" : SILTED
59. Victorian ___ : ERA
60. Leading American in the 32-Down : ALANSHEPARD
62. Twitch : TIC
63. Personally handle : TENDTO
64. Egg on : URGE
65. Bridge topper? : ACE
66. Finishes : ENDSUP
67. Earl, for one : PEER
1. One with checks and balances? : PAYER
2. Beguile : AMUSE
3. Durango direction : NORTE
4. Distresses : GRIEVES
5. Composer Khachaturian : ARAM
6. Have a hand out, say : BEG
7. Future senator who delivered the 2004 Democratic convention keynote address : OBAMA
8. California county : MARIN
9. Shrovetide dish : BLINI
10. Remit : SENDBACK
11. 38-Across, e.g. : SATELLITE
12. "No ___" : EXIT
13. Stein fillers : ALES
18. "The Waltons" actor : GEER
22. Dump, e.g. : SELL
24. Show pride, in a way : STRUT
26. Bonehead : SAP
28. Profess : AVOW
29. Chopped : HEWN
30. Odist, e.g. : BARD
31. Parisian possessive : AMOI
32. Event started by 38-Across : SPACERACE
34. ___ Pi (dessert lover's fraternity?) : ETA
35. Stallion's sound : SNORT
38. Enterprise log entry : STARDATE
39. Suffix with sheep or goat : ISH
42. 1972 Wimbledon winner Smith : STAN
44. Arctic newborn : SEALPUP
47. First name at the 1986 Nobel Prize ceremony : ELIE
49. Van ___ : HALEN
50. "___ flowing with milk and honey" (Canaan, in the Bible) : ALAND
51. Tears : RENDS
53. Intimidate, in a way, with "down" : STARE
54. Suit material : SERGE
55. Comparatively unconventional : ODDER
56. Kind of cheese : FETA
57. Newsman Sevareid : ERIC
58. Butcher's, baker's or candlestick maker's : SHOP
61. Disco guy on "The Simpsons" : STU

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