New York Times, Monday, January 25, 2010

Author: Holden Baker
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVXZ} Spans: 1 Featured Will Shortz favorite This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Baker. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Placed on a wall, as a picture : HUNG
5. "It is ___ told by an idiot ...": Macbeth : ATALE
10. Went in haste : HIED
14. Butterlike spread : OLEO
15. [See grid] : BOGEY
16. High-protein food often found in vegetarian cuisine : TOFU
17. Lollapalooza : ONER
18. Make up for, as sins : ATONE
19. Duos : TWOS
20. The "P" in P.T.A. : PARENT
22. Wrigley Field or Camden Yards : BALLPARK
24. Facts and figures : DATA
26. Envision : SEE
27. "The racer's edge" : STP
30. Boulder's home: Abbr. : COLO
32. Took for a trial run : TESTED
37. In the poorest of taste, as a novel : TRASHIEST
40. Nozzle connector : HOSE
41. Exactly what's expected : PARFORTHECOURSE
44. Sir ___ Guinness : ALEC
45. Device that measures gas properties : AEROMETER
46. Ankle-related : TARSAL
49. Classical opera redone by Elton John : AIDA
50. 180 degrees from NNW : SSE
51. ___ cit. (in the place cited) : LOC
53. "Deadly" septet : SINS
55. Geometric curve : PARABOLA
60. Cinco de Mayo party : FIESTA
64. "Washingtons" : ONES
65. "Thank you, Henri" : MERCI
67. Tex's sidekick : PARD
68. Luau instruments, for short : UKES
69. [See grid] : EAGLE
70. Having length and width only, briefly : TWOD
71. Vessel in "Cast Away" : RAFT
72. Creation that's almost human : DROID
73. Concorde fleet : SSTS
1. Hula ___ : HOOP
2. Radius's neighbor : ULNA
3. ___-do-well : NEER
4. Like an unfortunate torero : GORED
5. Slaughterhouse : ABATTOIR
6. Onesie wearer : TOT
7. Lots : AGOB
8. Singer Horne and actress Olin : LENAS
9. Shoelace hole : EYELET
10. Internet address opener : HTTP
11. Early state in presidential campaigns : IOWA
12. Get an ___ effort : EFOR
13. Dawn's opposite : DUSK
21. Cheese-covered chip : NACHO
23. Stan of Marvel Comics : LEE
25. Prince Valiant's wife : ALETA
27. March 17 honoree, for short : STPAT
28. Syllables in a gay refrain : TRALA
29. Gadget for someone on K.P. duty : PARER
31. Milo of "Ulysses" : OSHEA
33. Elisabeth of "Leaving Las Vegas" : SHUE
34. Legal wrongs : TORTS
35. Mountain road features : ESSES
36. Plow manufacturer : DEERE
38. Certain NCOs : SFCS
39. Actresses Garr and Hatcher : TERIS
42. Systematized, as laws : CODIFIED
43. Resident on the tip of the Arabian Peninsula : OMANI
47. Tirana's land: Abbr. : ALB
48. Appeared on the horizon : LOOMED
52. Easy to understand : CLEAR
54. Back-to-school mos. : SEPTS
55. Preside over the tea ceremony : POUR
56. Paul who wrote "My Way" : ANKA
57. Snorkeling site : REEF
58. Kind of prof. or D.A. : ASST
59. Ship in search of the Golden Fleece : ARGO
61. Old sayings : SAWS
62. Harness race gait : TROT
63. Comments further : ADDS
66. 151, in old Rome : CLI

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