New York Times, Friday, July 25, 2008

Author: John Farmer
Editor: Will Shortz
John Farmer
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 66, Blocks: 28 Missing: {QVX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Farmer. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Spell : TRANCE
7. Crams : JAMPACKS
15. Continue the journey : RIDEON
16. In Dutch : UPACREEK
17. Least hospitable : ICIEST
18. How some are offended : MORTALLY
19. Cobbler, at times : MENDER
20. Practice : PLY
21. ___-majesté : LESE
22. Turkey's dewlap : WATTLE
23. Tribulations : ILLS
25. Baseball's Belinsky and Jackson : BOS
26. Prickly area of a prickly pear : AREOLE
27. Sue Grafton's "N" : NOOSE
29. "Should ___ shouldn't ..." : IOR
30. Visitors : SOJOURNERS
35. Cousin of a woodcock : SNIPE
38. Britton who wrote "The President's Daughter," 1927 : NAN
39. Fifth-century pope, the first to receive the title "the Great" : STLEO
40. Ones with read faces? : TIMEPIECES
43. Mac : BUB
44. Got by : DIDOK
45. Rebelled : UPROSE
48. "Calvin and Hobbes" bully : MOE
51. Part of the N.C.A.A.'s purview: Abbr. : CONF
52. Look daggers : GLOWER
53. Start of a "Name That Tune" bid : ICAN
55. Text te-hee : LOL
56. "Your children are not your children" poet : GIBRAN
57. Bank of America Stadium team : CAROLINA
59. Attire : ENROBE
60. Inclusive words, fittingly? : ALLSIZES
61. They may be lined up at the bar : STOOLS
62. Weed : HASHEESH
63. Herbs of the mint family : THYMES
1. Goal of middle management? : TRIMWAIST
2. Quaker Oats product : RICEARONI
3. Acting : ADINTERIM
4. Must : NEEDTO
5. TV announcer who played himself in "Bananas" : COSELL
6. Some specials : ENTREES
7. Rolling Stones hit just before "Honky Tonk Women" : JUMPINJACKFLASH
8. Ill-fated NASA effort : APOLLOONE
9. Jazz pianist/composer Williams : MARYLOU
10. Tax fig. : PCT
11. Landlocked ___ Sea : ARAL
12. One with a high Q score : CELEB
13. Five-time Horse of the Year, 1960-64 : KELSO
14. Celtic canines : SKYES
24. Former union members: Abbr. : SSRS
28. Apnea specialist, for short : ENT
31. Some court contests : ONEONONES
32. Shortage in a rush-hour subway : ELBOWROOM
33. Not intended for just a single application: Var. : REUSEABLE
34. Dry state : SOBERNESS
36. Walker, quickly : PED
37. Grand : EPIC
41. Put on a pedestal : IDOLIZE
42. Intimate : SUGGEST
46. Base of support : PLINTH
47. Legendary MacGregor : ROBROY
48. Child prodigy of "Heroes" : MICAH
49. Florida's ___ National Forest : OCALA
50. Lords of London : EARLS
54. Have a little something : NOSH
58. Invention that's not thought highly of : LIE

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