New York Times, Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Author: Alex Boisvert
Editor: Will Shortz
Alex Boisvert
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Rows: 15, Columns: 16, Words: 81, Blocks: 44 Missing: {FQZ} This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Boisvert. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Brown, Penn or Harvard : IVY
4. Locale of Guantánamo Bay : CUBA
8. Go without food : STARVE
14. "The Good Shepherd" org. : CIA
15. Omani or Yemeni : ARAB
16. Use a fan on : AIRCOOL
17. It twists underwater : EEL
18. He played Jin-Soo Kwon on "Lost" : DANIELDAEKIM
20. "Through the Looking-Glass" character : TWEEDLEDEE
22. Move, in real-estate ads : RELO
23. Swings that result in strikes : MISSES
24. "King" serpents : COBRAS
26. Doorbell sound : CHIME
29. Site of Haleakala National Park : MAUI
30. Pinkish : ROSY
31. Some collectible toys : DIECASTCARS
38. Everything : ALL
39. "That is to say ..." : IMEANT
40. ___ Speedwagon : REO
41. 1941 Frank Capra film : MEETJOHNDOE
44. Animal that can stand upright : BEAR
45. One who saves the day : HERO
46. Lose it : GOAPE
47. Puts back to zero, say : RESETS
50. Displays appetite, in a way : DROOLS
54. Wheels' connector : AXLE
55. Cornerstone of the American legal system : DUEPROCESS
59. Some hippie wear : TIEDYESHIRTS
62. Had a bite : ATE
63. Writer of sad poems : ELEGIST
64. Slangy turndowns : NAHS
65. Instrument for Clarence Clemons : SAX
66. Show contrition : REPENT
67. "Hey, sailor!" : AHOY
68. Give a go : TRY
1. "Cop Killer" singer who went on to play a cop on TV : ICET
2. Outlook : VIEW
3. Alma mater for Bill and Hillary Clinton : YALE
4. Golfer's assistant : CADDIE
5. They divide Europe and Asia : URALS
6. Bugaboos : BANES
7. Endure : ABIDE
8. Caesar of comedy : SID
9. ___-la-la : TRA
10. Biting : ACERBIC
11. Al of "Today" : ROKER
12. "There you have it!" : VOILA
13. St. ___ fire : ELMOS
16. Drink sometimes indicated in comics by "XXX" : ALE
19. Some tech grads : EES
21. TV award : EMMY
24. Social class : CASTE
25. Unsafe? : OUT
26. Stay up all night before a test, say : CRAM
27. Darned thing : HOLE
28. ___ of Man : ISLE
29. José's hand : MANO
31. Some expensive dresses : DIORS
32. Modest "Methinks," online : IMHO
33. Poetic time after dusk : EEN
34. Heel : CAD
35. 1/2 base x height, for a triangle : AREA
36. Gather in the field : REAP
37. Peeved : SORE
42. U2 guitarist : THEEDGE
43. 767, e.g. : JET
44. Pear type : BOSC
46. Photo finish? : GLOSSY
47. Olympics judge, e.g. : RATER
48. Punishment for Napoleon : EXILE
49. Catch 40 winks : SLEEP
50. "Well, obviously!" : DUH
51. Madrid's ___ Sofia Museum : REINA
52. Noted talk show retiree of 2011 : OPRAH
53. Straight: Prefix : ORTHO
55. Mar.-to-Nov. hours : DST
56. Sunup direction : EAST
57. Play the lead role : STAR
58. Alluring : SEXY
60. Yang's counterpart : YIN
61. Superlative suffix : EST

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