New York Times, Monday, September 3, 2007

Author: Sarah Keller
Editor: Will Shortz
Sarah Keller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 40 for Ms. Keller. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
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1. Exercises sometimes done cross-legged : YOGA
5. Basement's opposite : ATTIC
10. Place for a ship to come in : DOCK
14. Rightmost bridge position : EAST
15. Grand Canyon transport : BURRO
16. Western native : OTOE
17. Base for turkey stuffing, often : STALEBREAD
19. Wagering parlors, for short : OTBS
20. Madison Square Garden is one : ARENA
21. On ___ (when challenged) : ADARE
22. J. R. of "Dallas" : EWING
25. Leave furtively : STEALAWAY
28. Taoism founder : LAOTSE
30. New Balance competitor : ADIDAS
31. Opposed to : ANTI
32. They're seen at marble tournaments : AGATES
35. What the easiest path offers : LEASTRESISTANCE
41. Waiting to be mailed : UNSENT
42. "O.G. Original Gangster" rapper : ICET
43. Items in a "bank" : PHONES
46. Off-course : ERRANT
48. Long-lasting housetop : SLATEROOF
51. Thrill : ELATE
52. Appointed : NAMED
53. Native of Tehran : IRANI
55. "___ cost you!" : ITLL
56. Sob stories : TALESOFWOE
61. Orange throwaway : PEEL
62. Miserable weather : SLEET
63. Cash drawer : TILL
64. This, to Tomás : ESTO
65. Pal : KIDDO
66. Cherry throwaway : STEM
1. "Sure thing!" : YES
2. Morsel for Dobbin : OAT
3. Overseer of govt. office bldgs. : GSA
4. Legendary sunken island : ATLANTIS
5. French cleric : ABBE
6. Blinkers signal them : TURNS
7. "My ___" (dinner host's offer) : TREAT
8. Levin who wrote "Rosemary's Baby" : IRA
9. Fish-and-chips fish : COD
10. Thingamajig : DOODAD
11. Canada's capital : OTTAWA
12. Snake charmers' snakes : COBRAS
13. "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" author Ken : KESEY
18. Work units : ERGS
21. Preferred invitees : ALIST
22. Carrier to Tel Aviv : ELAL
23. Decrease gradually : WANE
24. Greek "I" : IOTA
26. Have a home-cooked meal, say : EATIN
27. "___ Fideles" : ADESTE
29. Salary recipient : EARNER
33. Painting surface : GESSO
34. Enzyme ending : ASE
36. Like a good-sounding piano : TUNED
37. Emergency military transports : AIRLIFTS
38. Annual hoops championship organizer, for short : NCAA
39. Penny : CENT
40. Suffix with marion : ETTE
43. Stack in a kitchen cabinet : PLATES
44. "To be or not to be" speaker : HAMLET
45. Verdi opera : OTELLO
47. City near Lake Tahoe : RENO
48. Relative of the sandpiper : SNIPE
49. Lubricated : OILED
50. Emancipated : FREED
54. Regarding : ASTO
56. "Naughty, naughty!" : TSK
57. "Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee" boxer : ALI
58. ___ and wisdom : WIT
59. Bullring shout : OLE
60. Shade tree : ELM

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