New York Times, Friday, March 9, 2007

Author: Randolph Ross
Editor: Will Shortz
Randolph Ross
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 31 Missing: {JQV} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 89 for Mr. Ross. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. He appointed the first chairman of the A.E.C. : HST
4. Secretive places : SWISSBANKS
14. Simple choice : AORB
16. What a standard deviation measures : DISPERSION
17. Oscar-nominated actress for "Leaving Las Vegas" : SHUE
18. Like some fears : IRRATIONAL
19. Hint : TINGE
21. City at the confluence of the Lehigh and Delaware rivers : EASTON
22. Team member : YOKEMATE
24. Without a break : ONEACT
28. Christmas at St. Peter's : NATALE
30. First lady before Eleanor : LOU
31. 2000 best seller on social epidemics : THETIPPINGPOINT
37. Climax at Daytona : BELLLAP
38. Title boy in a nursery rhyme : GEORGIE
39. Ability to let a pitch go by : SALESRESISTANCE
41. Historic beginning? : PRE
42. Budget item : RENTAL
43. Doesn't follow the party line : STRAYS
47. Pension supplements : NESTEGGS
51. Make good progress : GETFAR
53. Yellow bloomer : OXLIP
54. Artful gossip : INSINUATOR
58. Crackerjack : AONE
59. Common elevator stop : FIRSTFLOOR
60. Hedge fun? : MAZE
61. Communist collectives : STATEFARMS
62. Bit : TAD
1. Precipitate : HASTY
2. 1987 BP acquisition : SOHIO
3. Jack's place : TRUNK
4. Program introduced by R.W.R. : SDI
5. Person of intelligence? : WIRETAPPER
6. Begin, say : ISRAELI
7. Body shops? : SPAS
8. Row : SETTO
9. Singer/film composer Jon : BRION
10. In harmony : ASONE
11. "Henry & June" role : NIN
12. Big inits. in camping : KOA
13. Broadcast from Rockefeller Ctr. : SNL
15. "Go easy" : BEGENTLE
20. Office communications : EMAILS
23. How some stock is bought : ATPAR
25. Go straight : ALIGN
26. Kind of section : CONIC
27. Person in a class of one : TUTEE
29. Part of a ship : ENGINEROOM
31. Cookbook amts. : TBSPS
32. Compassion : HEART
33. Hall-of-Fame Viking Carl : ELLER
34. Tales of derring-do : GESTS
35. Baseball, in slang : POTATO
36. Dental routine : ORALEXAM
40. Cicero or Publius : SENATOR
44. Feed for a fee, as cattle : AGIST
45. Fictional matchmaker : YENTE
46. Things : STUFF
48. Be a bad winner : GLOAT
49. Where you may have a yen for shopping : GINZA
50. 1994 Sandra Bullock film : SPEED
52. Start of a Christmas chorus : FALA
54. Possibilities : IFS
55. Picked peeve : NIT
56. Mme. of La Mancha : SRA
57. Traffic at Union Sta. : RRS

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