New York Times, Thursday, March 29, 2007

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38 Missing: {BQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 122 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Game with an annual world championship, first held in Tokyo in 1977 : OTHELLO
8. City on the Colorado : YUMA
12. Not exclude : LEAVEIN
13. Errol Flynn portrayer in "The Aviator" : JUDELAW
16. Mouseketeers name : ANNETTE
17. "The Good Girl" star, 2002 : ANISTON
18. U.S. attorneys, e.g. : FEDS
19. Emperor nicknamed "Little Greek" : HADRIAN
21. "Is ___, Lord?" : ITI
22. Sub station? : DELI
23. Big bills : CNOTES
27. Word with war or far : CRY
29. In the ___ luxury : LAPOF
31. Concert booster : AMP
32. Open courts : ATRIA
34. Great-grandson of Marc Antony : NERO
35. Trombonist Winding : KAI
36. Big city mayor-turned-U.S. senator : DIANNEFEINSTEIN
40. Little one : ELF
41. Harry ___, Gene Hackman role in "The Conversation" : CAUL
42. They may be trimmed : SAILS
43. Mass. summer hrs. : EDT
44. Set ___ : ATRAP
46. Office phone no. : EXT
47. Smooth over : RESAND
49. Curious : NOSY
51. Granola ingredient : OAT
54. Most derogatory : SNIDEST
56. Dance with rhythmic drumming : HULA
57. Signify : PURPORT
60. "God bless us every one!" speaker : TINYTIM
62. Typography settings : INDENTS
63. See 57-Down : INAPOKE
64. Stuff : GEAR
65. Change for a sawbuck : TENONES
1. Norwegian king of A.D. 1000 : OLAFI
2. Conviction : TENET
3. Baskets, e.g. : HANDICRAFTS
4. Real estate ad abbr. : EVES
5. Diminutive suffix : LET
6. Like a ballerina : LITHE
7. Common soccer score : ONEALL
8. Kind of question : YESNO
9. Final: Abbr. : ULT
10. Andy Warhol subject : MAO
11. Bristle : AWN
13. Shake : JAR
14. Mythical symbol of purity : UNICORN
15. "Gorillas in the Mist" researcher : DIANFOSSEY
20. "My Dog Skip" actress : DIANELANE
22. Walter Matthau's love interest in "Out to Sea" : DYANCANNON
24. Feel better by being mean to : TAKEITOUTON
25. Modern phone capability : EMAIL
26. Music radio station data : SPINS
28. ___ Tin Tin : RIN
30. Contemporary of Gehry and Meier : PEI
32. Swift as ___ : ADEER
33. Part of São Paulo : TILDE
37. Be humbled : EATDIRT
38. Pelt : FUR
39. Kind of shelter : TAX
45. 3M trademark : POSTIT
48. In accordance with : ASPER
50. "Fear Street" series author : STINE
52. How some people think : ALIKE
53. Breaks, in a way : TAMES
55. Juicer's problem : DTS
56. Injection : HYPO
57. With 63-Across, unseen purchase : PIG
58. Article in Arles : UNE
59. Dietitian's advice: Abbr. : RDA
61. Photographer Goldin : NAN

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