New York Times, Saturday, November 17, 2007

Author: Brad Wilber
Editor: Will Shortz
Brad Wilber
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 31 Missing: {JQV} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Wilber. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Liniment ingredient : CAMPHOROIL
11. Certain copier : MITA
15. Presidents Adams, Fillmore and Taft : UNITARIANS
16. "... on the head of ___?" : APIN
17. Rap : RATATATTAT
18. "The Man Who Fell to Earth" director : ROEG
19. Make a scene? : ACT
20. Put down some chips? : SNACK
21. Minute buzzer : MIDGE
22. Detail on some tickets : TIER
24. Its banks are lined with nearly 200 palaces : GRANDCANAL
26. Cousin of -trix : ENNE
27. "Giuliani: Nasty Man" author : EDKOCH
28. Booster of a rock band : AMP
29. Tackle box item : FLY
31. Ici ___ (here and there, to Thérèse) : ETLA
32. "In the," in Italy : NEI
33. Nostalgia elicitor : OLDIE
36. Imprecise : LOOSE
38. Alma mater of Albert Sabin and Jonas Salk: Abbr. : NYU
39. You may get into it while shopping : DEBT
43. Rx specification : TER
44. Sinusitis studier's specialty: Abbr. : ENT
45. 100 centimes, in Haiti : GOURDE
47. Like the Chrysler Building : DECO
51. Nightspots where the attraction is simply a gas : OXYGENBARS
53. Characteristic quality : ODOR
54. Direct : REFER
55. Makes a raucous noise : BLATS
57. Project wrap-up? : ILE
58. Rolls roller : TYRE
59. National Historic Landmark in Manhattan : PLAZAHOTEL
61. Quarter division : WEEK
62. Apropos : FELICITOUS
63. Pablo Neruda's "___ to Common Things" : ODES
64. Big name in Dakota history : CRAZYHORSE
1. Parish leader : CURATE
2. Its ads once showed hammers inside the head : ANACIN
3. One of a protective pair : MITTEN
4. Org. addressing class conflict : PTA
5. Occupiers of top spots : HATS
6. Like a bad spray-on tan : ORANGEY
7. Score direction: Abbr. : RITARD
8. Scottish cereal staple : OATCAKE
9. Snarled : INAKNOT
10. "Saving Private Ryan" craft, for short : LST
11. Musical character who sings "My Favorite Things" : MARIA
12. Player in a shirt pocket : IPODNANO
13. Anticlimactic court outcomes : TIEGAMES
14. Lemony meringue concoction : ANGELPIE
21. Celtic Kevin with a retired jersey #32 : MCHALE
23. Bank offering, briefly : REFI
25. Seventh-century year : DCL
30. It can help you keep your balance : LEDGER
33. Not many : ONEORTWO
34. Keen of vision : LYNXEYED
35. Like some airport shopping : DUTYFREE
37. Novus ___ seclorum (Great Seal phrase) : ORDO
40. It goes on and on : EON
41. Drinking fountain : BUBBLER
42. Syllables to skip by : TRALALA
43. Willful state? : TESTACY
46. Character on trial in "A Passage to India" : DRAZIZ
48. People person? : EDITOR
49. Mint-family plant with bright-colored leaves and blue flowers : COLEUS
50. Goon's last words : ORELSE
52. Unlikely prom kings : GEEKS
56. "___ Ching" (classic book of Chinese poetry) : SHIH
59. U.S.M.C. E-2 : PFC
60. Ear: Prefix : OTO

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