New York Times, Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Author: Bonnie L. Gentry and Victor Fleming
Editor: Will Shortz
Bonnie L. Gentry
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510/27/20059/25/20134
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1.53110
Victor Fleming
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433/29/20053/13/201521
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73106656
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1.55023

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 39 Missing: {FZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Ms. Gentry. This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Fleming. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. With 1-Down, 1982 Richard Pryor/Jackie Gleason film : THE
4. Half court game? : JAI
7. Part of an auto accident : IMPACT
13. Crude structure? : OILWELL
15. Tourist's aid : AREAMAP
16. "Understood!" : YESISEE
17. Like a band of Amazons : MANLESS
18. Iran-Contra grp. : NSC
19. Draftsman's tool (and a hint to this puzzle's theme) : TSQUARE
20. Satchel in the Hall of Fame : PAIGE
23. Little squirt : TOT
24. Poli ___ : SCI
25. Aunt of Prince Harry : ANNE
26. Dogma : TENET
28. Conclusion, in Germany : ENDE
31. Levy on a 33-Across : LANDTAX
33. Place to build : LOT
35. 63-Across, in Málaga : DIA
36. Like vinegar : ACETIC
37. Cookout sites : PATIOS
39. Foundation exec. : DIR
40. Frank McCourt memoir : TIS
42. A few : NOTMANY
43. Suffix with exist : ENCE
45. Means of fortunetelling : TAROT
47. ___ account (never) : ONNO
48. "___ got it!" : IVE
50. King in a celebrated 1970s U.S. tour : TUT
51. Clampett player : EBSEN
52. Attend to the final detail : CROSSAT
54. Crimson foe : ELI
55. Commits to, as an interest rate : LOCKSIN
56. Ferris in film : BUELLER
60. Intent, as a listener : ALLEARS
61. Field of unknowns? : ALGEBRA
62. Hand-color, in a way : TIEDYE
63. Rotation period : DAY
64. Muesli morsel : OAT
1. See 1-Across : TOY
2. Shake a leg : HIE
3. Old N.Y.C. lines : ELS
4. Title guy in a 1980 Carly Simon hit : JESSE
5. A Waugh : ALEC
6. Any part of Polynésie : ILE
7. Where Mosul is : IRAQ
8. Waiter's armload : MENUS
9. Guard's workplace : PALACE
10. Iroquois and others : AMERINDIANS
11. Grammar concern : CASE
12. Plays a campus prank on, informally : TPS
14. Gridiron formation : WINGEDT
15. Dutch beer brand : AMSTEL
19. Big load : TON
20. 1974 Medicine Nobelist George ___ : PALADE
21. Bayer alternative : ANACIN
22. Influential group : INNERCIRCLE
23. Singing Ritter : TEX
26. Implied : TACIT
27. Go ___ (deteriorate) : TOPOT
29. Quints' name : DIONNE
30. Hardly strict with : EASYON
32. Relative of a chickadee : TIT
34. Fashion a doily : TAT
38. Big name in cellular service : TMOBILE
41. "___ Cheerleaders" (1977 film) : SATANS
42. "I'm kidding!" : NOT
44. Brought forth : EVOKED
46. Endless 9-to-5 job, e.g. : RUT
49. Op-ed, typically : ESSAY
51. Poem of lament : ELEGY
52. E. ___ : COLI
53. What to call a king : SIRE
54. Faulkner's ___ Varner : EULA
55. Iron pumper's muscle : LAT
56. No longer edible : BAD
57. Wall St. action : LBO
58. Diamond stat : ERA
59. Disloyal sort : RAT

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