New York Times, Thursday, February 1, 2007

Author: Michael S. Maurer
Editor: Will Shortz
Michael S. Maurer
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {BJQZ} This is puzzle # 21 for Mr. Maurer. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Baron von Richthofen, e.g. : WARACE
7. *See 4-Down : TOGETHER
15. Endangered cat : OCELOT
16. Corresponding directly : ONETOONE
17. Drink once pitched by Nancy Sinatra : RCCOLA
18. *See 1-Down : VACATION
19. Most sharp : KEENEST
21. Sta. purchase : TKT
22. Romeo's last words : IDIE
23. Mid-American Conference team : OHIO
25. Largest of seven : ASIA
29. State on P.S.T. : NEV
30. Setting for a photographer : FSTOP
32. *With 55-Across, quote from an auto-body shop : EXACT
33. College sr.'s test : GRE
34. Solar disk : ATEN
35. Cause of a chill : FRIGHT
36. What the answers to this puzzle's starred clues all are : OXYMORONS
38. In : ENTREE
41. Pulitzer-winning science author Dubos : RENE
42. Cable film channel inits. : TCM
45. *With 44-Down, not turning up as expected in a search : FOUND
46. Abuts : MEETS
47. Louis, e.g. : ROI
48. ___ mora (without delay, in Latin) : SINE
49. Eye parts : RODS
50. Lowers, in a way : DIMS
51. Musical notes : MIS
52. Some magic acts : ESCAPES
55. *See 32-Across : ESTIMATE
60. Lyrical musical passages : ARIOSI
61. Ends a separation : REUNITES
62. Arrive, as fog : ROLLIN
63. *See 50-Down : SPECIALS
64. Investigative work : SPYING
1. *With 18-Across, busy person's getaway : WORKING
2. Agreeable sort : ACCEDER
3. Choice after a football coin toss : RECEIVE
4. *With 7-Across, like a couple romancing : ALONE
5. Michael of "The Mod Squad" : COLE
6. Greek vowels : ETAS
7. "Mazel ___!" : TOV
8. How a bettor may act : ONATIP
9. Lizard with clingy toe pads : GECKO
10. Conseil d'___ : ETAT
11. Toddler : TOT
12. ___ polloi : HOI
13. "Another Green World" musician : ENO
14. Stimpy's TV pal : REN
20. Ojibwa handicraft : TOTEM
24. Prestigious : HONORED
25. Alliance : AXIS
26. Start to fall : SAG
27. German pronoun : ICH
28. Call letters? : ATT
30. Sent in a hurry : FAXED
31. Case for an ophthalmologist : STYE
32. Sea birds : ERNES
35. Productive source : FONT
36. River in the D-Day invasion : ORNE
37. Candy man : REESE
38. Bad grades : EFS
39. "? ___ in 'team'" : NOI
40. Large cask : TUN
42. Lebanese port : TRIPOLI
43. Enters : COMESIN
44. *See 45-Across : MISSING
46. Star of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" : MOSTEL
49. Lasso : RIATA
50. *With 63-Across, a diner list : DAILY
51. Year of the Utah Winter Olympics : MMII
53. Modern epidemic : SARS
54. Equestrian equipment : CROP
55. Hesitations : ERS
56. Start to fall: Abbr. : SEP
57. Calendar abbr. : TUE
58. Time ___ : INC
59. Slalom part : ESS

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