New York Times, Friday, November 20, 2009

Author: Alan Olschwang
Editor: Will Shortz
Alan Olschwang
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Olschwang. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Tae Bo alternative : JAZZERCISE
11. English pop duo ___ & Dave : CHAS
15. It's not bad for a duffer : ONEOVERPAR
16. Extend one's service life : REUP
17. Cape Cod components : GABLEROOFS
18. Conclusion lead-in : ERGO
19. Fresh : ANEW
20. Just makes : EKESOUT
22. Only private non-American to address a joint session of Congress (1989) : WALESA
25. Sharpness gauge : IQTEST
26. Season opener, say : EPISODE
28. Lions might score one : GNU
29. Foul territory? : STY
30. Baath party place : IRAQ
31. Squirrel : STOREUP
34. Net Nanny no-no : SMUT
36. Breaking capacity, briefly : SRO
37. Zealots' group, maybe : SECT
40. Dons effortlessly, as footwear : EASESON
43. Big mouth : TRAP
45. Chiwere speaker : OTO
48. Not elective: Abbr. : REQ
49. Ochlocracy : MOBRULE
51. Baggie biggie : ZIPLOC
53. TV neighbor of Ralph and Alice : TRIXIE
54. Indicates that one is in : ANTESUP
56. Ready to be played : CUED
57. Flower genus that's also a woman's name : ROSA
58. Ones who might get service calls? : RESERVISTS
63. Barbra's "A Star Is Born" co-star : KRIS
64. Be forced to backpedal : EATONESHAT
65. Full of rapture : SENT
66. Pair for a suit : DRESSSHOES
1. Nudge : JOG
2. Baptist leader? : ANA
3. "The Waltons" grandpa : ZEB
4. À la the founder of literary naturalism : ZOLAESQUE
5. Still : EVENSO
6. Proofs, say : REREADS
7. Vaunt : CROW
8. Bit of business news, for short : IPO
9. First call? : SAFE
10. 1990s White House chief of staff Bowles : ERSKINE
11. Umbrella bird's "umbrella" : CREST
12. Some are decorated : HEROES
13. Grand : AUGUST
14. Erratic : SPOTTY
21. 1977 Richard Burton film : EQUUS
22. Early Chinese dynasty : WEI
23. Loan figs. : APRS
24. Irish statesman Cosgrave : LIAM
27. Bibliographical abbr. : ETSEQ
28. Worker in a stable environment? : GROOM
32. Where some parts are repaired, briefly : ORS
33. Germs grow in it : PETRIDISH
35. Starch sources : TAROS
38. Central point : CRUX
39. Anklebones : TALI
41. Locked in : SECURED
42. Rush hour restriction : NOTURNS
44. Top finisher? : PEE
45. Buffalo National River locale : OZARKS
46. Cassiterite, e.g. : TINORE
47. Doesn't decline : OPTSIN
50. Double whole notes : BREVES
52. Minimal : LEAST
55. Kind of brandy : PEAR
56. Firm wheels, for short : CEOS
59. Suzanne, e.g.: Abbr. : STE
60. "The Tudors" airer, in brief : SHO
61. Inits. of a noted "Wizard" : TAE
62. G.P.S. data : STS

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