New York Times, Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Author: Barry C. Silk
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry C. Silk
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Gets one's feet wet? : WADES
6. Frizzy do : AFRO
10. Pop group whose music was the basis of a hit 2001 Broadway musical : ABBA
14. Hut material : ADOBE
15. A lot of pizzazz? : ZEES
16. Some socials : TEAS
17. Rid of vermin : DERAT
18. French chalk mineral : TALC
19. Corporal punishment unit : LASH
20. 1999 Russell Crowe movie : MYSTERYALASKA
23. Something to shoot for : PAR
25. N.R.C. forerunner : AEC
26. Scorecard listing : ROSTER
27. Fielder's cry : IGOTIT
29. Potter's need : SOIL
31. "The racer's edge" : STP
32. Parent's handful : PROBLEMCHILD
35. ___ Club (retail chain) : SAMS
36. Cyclotron particle : ION
37. Deplaned, e.g. : ALIT
41. Nickname for the National Security Agency : PUZZLEPALACE
46. The Monkees' "___ Believer" : IMA
49. Scholarship consideration : NEED
50. Popped up : ARISEN
51. "Groovy!" : FAROUT
53. Orch. section : STR
54. QB stats : TDS
55. W.W. II encryption device : ENIGMAMACHINE
59. Fretted fiddle : VIOL
60. Whittle : PARE
61. In a pique : VEXED
64. Last word in an ultimatum : ELSE
65. Getz of jazz : STAN
66. Dispatch boat : AVISO
67. Black Flag alternative : RAID
68. Manhattan, e.g. : ISLE
69. Reveal one's feelings : LETON
1. Tobacco buy : WAD
2. Suffix with cannon : ADE
3. Campus quarters : DORMROOM
4. 24/7 auction site : EBAY
5. Shove off : SETSAIL
6. San Diego State player : AZTEC
7. Goose bumps cause : FEAR
8. Depend (on) : RELY
9. Last king of the united Sweden and Norway : OSCARII
10. Travel aid : ATLAS
11. Coarse sorts : BEASTS
12. Two- or three-pointer : BASKET
13. Black key : ASHARP
21. French noodle? : TETE
22. Lounge : LOLL
23. Domino features : PIPS
24. Red Fort city : AGRA
28. Cookbook amt. : TBSP
29. Dress down : SCOLD
30. "Die Frau ___ Schatten" (Strauss opera) : OHNE
33. Baseball's Johnny, known as the Big Cat : MIZE
34. Mustachioed Surrealist : DALI
38. End of the road, possibly : LASTEXIT
39. Like some coffee : ICED
40. Gymnastics coups : TENS
42. E pluribus ___ : UNUM
43. Fraternity founded in 1847 at New York University : ZETAPSI
44. Walkway : PATH
45. Stork's bundle : ARRIVAL
46. Assuming, hypothetically : IFEVER
47. 1975 "Thrilla" city : MANILA
48. Melodic passages : ARIOSI
52. Looked libidinously : OGLED
53. Public to-do : SCENE
56. Dojo accessories : MATS
57. Asia's ___ Sea : ARAL
58. Campbell of "Three to Tango" : NEVE
62. "___ Beso" : ESO
63. Mafia figure : DON

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