Emily Cox
Emily Cox
Henry Rathvon
Henry Rathvon

NY Times, Sun, Apr 08, 2007 CRYPTIC CROSSWORD

Author:Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon
Editor:Will Shortz
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: , Blocks: 65, Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Guide the woman in spring (6) : SHERPA
4. Roof application to set in spring (8) : HOUSETOP
10. Say, Harry Potter's pal in spring (9) : PRONOUNCE
11. Discourage Democratic relative (5) : DAUNT
12. "Superman" actor taking part in free verse (5) : REEVE
13. Grabber of winks — or a lynx? (9) : CATNAPPER
14. Wastes what you've got coming (7) : DESERTS
15. Broadcast medium misrepresented diorama (2,5) : AMRADIO
17. Song about villain in an idyllic spot (7) : ARCADIA
20. Soldier talk — it gives you a lot of info (7) : GIGABIT
22. Old Greek restored a lost rite (9) : ARISTOTLE
24. Neckwear for a companion of Burns (5) : ASCOT
26. Private meal not starting (5) : INNER
27. Former medicine for John Jacob in spring (6,3) : CASTOROIL
28. Superficial need changed in spring (4-4) : SKINDEEP
29. Approach of the French in spring (4-2) : LEADUP
1. Great new purse (5) : SUPER
2. Runaway lovers break up or sleep (7) : ELOPERS
3. Started with pi + 1 before 500 (9) : PIONEERED
5. Orioles trainer somewhat fat? — not really (7) : OLESTRA
6. Singer's first thought for 45-r.p.m. feature (4,1) : SIDEA
7. Beat time like Quasimodo? (7) : THUMPED
8. Sadly, our septet loses pep (6,3) : PETERSOUT
9. N.B.A. team said no (6) : KNICKS
14. Shot a jerk's overtheatrical behavior (9) : DRAMATICS
16. Arrange mom part in confusing procedure (9) : RIGMAROLE
18. Greek character opposed to Italian wine (7) : CHIANTI
19. For example, a botched recital (7) : ARTICLE
20. Oil country, from the sound of it (6) : GREASE
21. Obscure and cryptic old cube (7) : BECLOUD
23. Shot, like a car's wheels? (5) : TIRED
25. Oddly lit up item in a bed (5) : TULIP

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 3 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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