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New York Times, Friday, September 7, 2007

Author:
Barry C. Silk
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Barry C. Silk

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 26 Missing: none – this is a pangram. This is puzzle # 15 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 2007, The New York TimesNo. 0907 ( 21,122 )
Across
1
Visits : STOPSIN
8
French sentry's cry : QUIVIVE
15
Enter quickly : HOPINTO
16
Ethically indifferent : UNMORAL
17
"Again ..." : IREPEAT
18
With intensity : ACUTELY
19
Four quarters, in France : ANNEE
20
Atlas sect. : AFR
22
Yugoslavian-born court star : SELES
23
Chuck : TOSS
24
Purely physical : BRUTE
26
Show some spunk : DARE
27
Court : SUE
28
Curl tightly : FRIZZLE
30
When Hölle freezes over? : NIE
31
Pro sports team that moved from New Orleans in 1979 : UTAHJAZZ
33
Shakes : ELUDES
35
Fat cat : MONEYBAGS
37
Make tracks : RECORD
40
Concavo-convex lens : MENISCUS
44
UV index monitor : EPA
45
If it's regular, each of its angles is 144 degrees : DECAGON
47
"Notorious" film studio : RKO
48
Memphis's locale : NILE
50
Grandparent, frequently : DOTER
51
One raised on a farm : BARN
52
Some jackets : ETONS
54
Philip of "Kung Fu" : AHN
55
Schwarzenegger title role : CONAN
56
Outerwear fabric : GORETEX
58
Ding Dong alternative : TWINKIE
60
Umm al-Quwain, for one : EMIRATE
61
Pro Football Hall-of-Famer-turned-congressman Steve : LARGENT
62
Lured : DECOYED
63
Hides from the enemy, say : ENCODES
Down
1
Type of massage : SHIATSU
2
Not removed delicately : TORNOUT
3
Porthole view : OPENSEA
4
The singing voice, informally : PIPES
5
Old sticker : SNEE
6
Overseas "-ess" : ITA
7
Authenticate, in a way : NOTARIZE
8
Tiger's-eye, essentially : QUARTZ
9
Short family member? : UNC
10
"___ in the Morning" : IMUS
11
Helped someone get a seat : VOTED
12
Mayo's place : IRELAND
13
1974 Best Actress nominee Perrine : VALERIE
14
Champs ___ : ELYSEES
21
Approach to arithmetic that emphasizes underlying ideas rather than exact calculations : FUZZYMATH
24
Not generic : BRANDED
25
Daughter of Ferdinand III : ELEANOR
28
Greenland's Scoresby Sound is the world's longest : FJORD
29
Classic American watchmaker : ELGIN
32
Insurance letters : HMO
34
Abbr. before many state names : USS
36
"Go easy, please" : BEGENTLE
37
Had a problem with one's suits? : RENEGED
38
Model : EPITOME
39
Kind of intake : CALORIC
41
Got started, with "up" : CRANKED
42
Locale of the Carpathian Mountains, in part : UKRAINE
43
"The New Colossus" and the like : SONNETS
46
Blarneyed : COAXED
49
When most Capricornios are born : ENERO
51
One beaten by a beatnik : BONGO
53
Not split : STAY
55
No. of People? : CIRC
57
A season abroad : ETE
59
Showing fatigue : WAN

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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