New York Times, Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Author: Richard Silvestri
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Silvestri
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQWZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 138 for Mr. Silvestri. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Rock's Green Day, for one : TRIO
5. Worker during a walkout : SCAB
9. First-stringers : ATEAM
14. Hebrides island : IONA
15. Manger visitors : MAGI
16. Pulitzer Prize category : DRAMA
17. Closet pest : MOTH
18. Concerning : INRE
19. Long-billed wader : HERON
20. Coin thrown for good luck? : FOUNTAINPENNY
23. Work started by London's Philological Soc. : OED
24. Geeky guy : NERD
25. Grand Canyon beast : BURRO
29. All lit up : AFIRE
31. Letterman letters : CBS
34. Kurds and Nepalis : ASIANS
36. My ___, Vietnam : LAI
37. Stones from the sky : HAIL
38. Result of sitting on a court bench too long? : BASKETBALLFANNY
41. "The Morning Watch" author : AGEE
42. River to the Rhine : AAR
43. Feed for livestock : SILAGE
44. Neurotic TV dog : REN
45. Lusted after, visually : OGLED
47. Palette choice : COLOR
48. Scott Turow work set at Harvard : ONEL
49. Sound of amazement : OOH
51. Bugged Bugs? : HOTCROSSBUNNY
57. Edible shells : PASTA
58. Neighbor of an Arkie : OKIE
59. Projecting edge : EAVE
61. Waters seen on Broadway : ETHEL
62. Creatures of habit? : NUNS
63. Pinnacle : APEX
64. Shade of gray : PEARL
65. Learned : SAGE
66. Battery component : TEST
1. The youngest Cratchit : TIM
2. It may be raised : ROOF
3. Having as a hobby : INTO
4. Waikiki locale : OAHU
5. Deal a mighty blow : SMITE
6. Dudley Do-Right's home : CANADA
7. Cultural beginning? : AGRI
8. Like House elections : BIENNIAL
9. Stick : ADHERE
10. What a line on a chart may show : TREND
11. Be worthy of : EARN
12. Taiwan Strait city : AMOY
13. Answer to the riddle of the Sphinx : MAN
21. Before Oedipus, who could answer the riddle of the Sphinx : NOONE
22. Risks : PERILS
25. Storybook elephant : BABAR
26. Subject of Fowler's handbook : USAGE
27. Up : RISEN
28. Make copiously, with "in" : RAKE
30. "Accident ahead" indicator : FLARE
31. Alimentary ___ : CANAL
32. "You got it!" : BINGO
33. Less straightforward : SLYER
35. One putting on a show : STAGER
37. Holy ring : HALO
39. Puffs out : BALLOONS
40. Woman's shoulder wrap : FICHU
45. Standing by : ONCALL
46. Plying with pills : DOSING
48. Cousin of a mink : OTTER
50. Much too big for one's britches? : OBESE
51. "Haughty Juno's unrelenting ___": Dryden : HATE
52. Labor Dept. arm : OSHA
53. Arctic bird : SKUA
54. Well-executed : NEAT
55. Mane site : NAPE
56. The "Y" of Y.S.L. : YVES
57. Zing : PEP
60. Bus. phone line : EXT

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