New York Times, Saturday, December 20, 2008

Author: Brad Wilber
Editor: Will Shortz
Brad Wilber
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Wilber. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "The Mod Squad" co-star : OMAREPPS
9. Architecture that gets to the point? : AFRAME
15. One of a notorious pair in Genesis : GOMORRAH
16. Arctic : FRIGID
17. When the beat goes on ... and on ... and on? : DRUMSOLO
18. Presidential first name : RONALD
19. Maneuver gently : EASE
20. Brontë classic : AGNESGREY
22. Frequent ad-libber on "The Steve Allen Show" : NYE
23. Least definite : HAZIEST
25. "Man!" : GEEZ
26. 1960s dance showcased on "Laugh-In" : THEFRUG
31. Able to stand the heat? : OVENPROOF
35. Connecticut delegate to the Continental Congress : DEANE
36. Classic name in copiers : MITA
37. Australian export : OPALS
39. "___ Rose" (song from "The Music Man") : LIDA
40. One of two in Canada? : SCHWA
42. Neighbor of the Caucasus : ASIAMINOR
44. Blood : KINSMEN
46. ___ 360 : XBOX
47. Object of many an appraisal : ANTIQUE
49. Onetime bodyguard of Muhammad Ali and Michael Jackson : MRT
52. World capital long beset by civil unrest : MOGADISHU
56. Time after le soleil sets : SOIR
57. Papal capes : ORALES
58. Science concerned with aging : OENOLOGY
61. Quantity of peanut butter : JARFUL
62. Missions : PURPOSES
63. Trying to get home : ONBASE
64. It's put on before pulling away : SEATBELT
1. City near the Wasatch Mountains : OGDEN
2. Reef predator : MORAY
3. Keep from being bored : AMUSE
4. Capitoline Museums locale : ROME
5. Beginnings of hedges? : ERS
6. Backing : PRO
7. Woman's loose-fitting garment with flared legs : PALAZZOPANTS
8. Game played on an 81-square board : SHOGI
9. From square one : AFRESH
10. Like some cakes and hair : FROSTED
11. Token that you're taken : RING
12. It helps a culture advance : AGAR
13. League part : MILE
14. Certain air current : EDDY
21. It has things you want to see : NETFLIXQUEUE
23. Zoot-suited, say : HEP
24. Prefix with car : AERO
25. Vexes, with "at" : GNAWS
27. Aspirin pioneer Hoffmann : FELIX
28. Mac user's motivation : RAIN
29. Reverse : UNDO
30. Reverse, e.g. : GEAR
31. Trans-Siberian Railroad stop : OMSK
32. Part of a Latin trio : VICI
33. People: Prefix : ETHN
34. Grp. formed in Bogotá in 1948 : OAS
38. One-named film star of the 1930s-'60s : SABU
41. Broadway play with the role of Emperor Joseph II : AMADEUS
43. Bart Simpson's prank call victim : MOE
45. Maroon : ENISLE
48. Units of a chain with links? : IHOPS
49. Jock in "Archie" comics : MOOSE
50. Orion's left foot : RIGEL
51. Subject of many a billet-doux : TRYST
52. Lucky mystique : MOJO
53. Birthplace of Yves Saint Laurent : ORAN
54. Threads : GARB
55. Soviet sub class : ALFA
56. One likely to leave things out? : SLOB
59. Org. with the Eddie Eagle safety program : NRA
60. Elect : OPT

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