New York Times, Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Author: Fred Piscop
Editor: Will Shortz
Fred Piscop
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 114 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Electrical bridges : ARCS
5. Disney output, once : CELS
9. Winter warmer : SCARF
14. Polo on TV : TERI
15. Place to pay a toll, perhaps : EXIT
16. Jude Law title role : ALFIE
17. "___ unrelated note ..." : ONAN
18. Buggy place? : DUNE
19. 4 x 100 meters need : BATON
20. Genghis Khan's non-pedigree domain? : MONGRELEMPIRE
23. George ___, longest-reigning English king : III
24. Round fig. : EST
25. Narrowest winning margin in baseball : ONERUN
28. Rush hour pace : CRAWL
30. Word after pen or gal : PAL
32. Newcastle's river : TYNE
33. Be indisposed : AIL
35. In the thick of : AMID
37. So last year : OUT
38. Non-pedigree essential courses? : CURCURRICULUM
42. Monopolist's portion : ALL
43. Margin marking : STET
44. Author of "The Island of the Day Before" : ECO
45. "___ Houston" of 1980s TV : MATT
47. Far from welcoming : ICY
48. You can open with them : KNOBS
52. Repugnant : ODIOUS
54. Letters on tires : PSI
56. Talladega unit : LAP
57. Casey's non-pedigree team? : MUTTVILLENINE
61. Put on the books : ENACT
63. Trial balloon, e.g. : IDEA
64. Dr. Pavlov : IVAN
65. Bat maker's tool : LATHE
66. Pundit Colmes : ALAN
67. Be disposed (to) : TEND
68. Burgers on the hoof : STEER
69. For fear that : LEST
70. Bullpen stats : ERAS
1. Like superprecise clocks : ATOMIC
2. "The Bathers" painter : RENOIR
3. Head cases? : CRANIA
4. Be a fink : SING
5. Hands over : CEDES
6. Jump for joy : EXULT
7. Singles bar delivery : LINE
8. Pipe part : STEM
9. Salk contemporary : SABIN
10. Bordeaux wine : CLARET
11. Words from Alphonse or Gaston : AFTERYOU
12. Ipanema locale : RIO
13. Place for reeds : FEN
21. Items in some illicit trade : RELICS
22. Miranda rights readers : POLICE
26. "One" on a coin : UNUM
27. Court divider : NET
29. Cabinet department until 1947 : WAR
30. Kegger, e.g. : PARTY
31. "___ losing it?" : AMI
34. Elizabethan ballad player, maybe : LUTIST
36. Ernie the Muppet's rubber toy : DUCKIE
38. Decked out : CLAD
39. Frisbee game involving body contact : ULTIMATE
40. Nonacademic school activities, informally : REC
41. Chaney of "The Wolf Man" : LON
42. Latin 101 word : AMO
46. "You got me!" : TOUCHE
49. Twist of fiction : OLIVER
50. Potassium source : BANANA
51. Goes on a spree : SPENDS
53. Out-and-out : UTTER
54. Results of some bargains : PLEAS
55. Apply spin to : SLANT
58. Baby bottle? : VIAL
59. On one's duff : IDLE
60. Time on a marquee : NITE
61. Ways around Chi-town : ELS
62. N.L.'er since 2005 : NAT

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