New York Times, Thursday, June 28, 2007

Author: Joseph Crowley
Editor: Will Shortz
Joseph Crowley
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 37 Missing: {QZ} Spans: 4, (2 double stacks) This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Crowley. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Greta Garbo, by birth : SWEDE
6. Title name after the lyric "What's it all about when you sort it out" : ALFIE
11. Title for a guru : SRI
14. Colorful opening course : MIXEDGREENSALAD
17. Colorful spread : ORANGEMARMALADE
18. Sparkler : GEM
19. "The Dukes of Hazzard" deputy : ENOS
20. Big spender, maybe : YUPPIE
21. Journey : TREK
23. Those, to Teodoro : ESOS
24. Circulating : ASTIR
29. Carnival sights : RIDES
32. Neighbor of Ivory Coast : GHANA
33. "A Mighty Fortress ___ God" (hymn) : ISOUR
34. French intimate : AMI
37. With 39-Across, colorful dessert : RAINBOW
39. See 37-Across : SHERBET
41. Pointed tool : AWL
42. Oscar-nominated Icelandic singer : BJORK
44. Way down : CHUTE
45. Moon of Saturn : DIONE
46. Wood carving : TOTEM
47. Sock style : CREW
50. Bit of Madison Ave. planning : TVAD
53. Beat at a hot dog contest : OUTEAT
56. Gay Nineties and Roaring Twenties : ERAS
58. Foofaraw : ADO
61. Colorful breakfast food : BLUEBERRYMUFFIN
64. Colorful entree : REDBEANSANDRICE
65. Beverage suffix : ADE
66. Place for a swirl : DRAIN
67. www.yahoo.com and others : SITES
1. Possible cause of heavy breathing : SMOG
2. Finish line, maybe : WIRE
3. Means of assessment : EXAM
4. Place to display trophies : DEN
5. Just beat : EDGE
6. Protection provider : ARMOR
7. Not owners : LEASERS
8. ___-de-lance : FER
9. The Beatles' "___ Life" : INMY
10. "___ Wood would saw wood ..." (part of a classic tongue twister) : ESAU
11. "Snap out of it!" actions : SLAPS
12. Part of a beach kit : RADIO
13. What philosophes get : IDEES
15. Lady's partner : GENT
16. Suisse peaks : ALPES
22. Mall station : KIOSK
24. Taj Mahal's home : AGRA
25. "Major Barbara" playwright : SHAW
26. Detective, at times : TAIL
27. Resting place : INN
28. Harry Kemelman sleuth David Small, e.g. : RABBI
30. "Well, obviously!" : DUH
31. Pitch : ERECT
33. Obstreperous child's cry : IWONT
34. Go up against : ABUT
35. Deal (out) : METE
36. Twosome : ITEM
38. Spanish eye : OJO
40. Fraternity character : RHO
43. Game on an 8 x 8 board : REVERSI
45. Nerd : DWEEB
47. U.S. attack helicopter : COBRA
48. Like some notepaper : RULED
49. Chopin piece : ETUDE
51. Indo-___ : ARYAN
52. Curse : DAMN
54. Not up : ABED
55. Wrest : TEAR
57. Beer, slangily : SUDS
58. Throw ___ : AFIT
59. Gambling aids : DICE
60. Kind of place : ONES
62. Biochemistry abbr. : RNA
63. Busy airport time: Abbr. : FRI

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