New York Times, Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Author: Julian Lim
Editor: Will Shortz
Julian Lim
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JKQVX} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Lim. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Add a new article to, maybe : AMEND
6. Sweat units : BEADS
11. Prime meridian std. : GST
14. Zellweger of "Leatherheads" : RENEE
15. Not yet reached : UNMET
16. Evergreen tree : YEW
17. Race energetically past? : FLYSPRYLYBY
19. What an athlete may turn : PRO
20. It sometimes depicts a dragon or tiger : TATTOO
21. Rides : TEASES
23. Keys on the side of a keyboard : SHIFTS
26. Last word of a January 1 song : SYNE
27. Mozart's "___ Fan Tutte" : COSI
30. Yellow one : FRAIDYCAT
33. Todd who directed "I'm Not There," 2007 : HAYNES
36. More bohemian : ARTIER
37. East ender? : ERN
38. Like King Solomon ... or an oral hint to 17- and 62-Across and 11- and 29-Down : ALLWISE
40. "___, verily" : YEA
43. Nonchalant : CASUAL
45. Adjusts to one's situation : ADAPTS
47. Games involving picks : LOTTERIES
50. Sch. groups : PTAS
51. River to the Mediterranean : EBRO
52. Dust collector : DRYMOP
55. Stonewall, say : STYMIE
58. Popular sandwich bag : ZIPLOC
61. Smoke detector batteries, often : AAS
62. Native African's musical beat? : PYGMYRHYTHM
66. "I said ... out!" : GIT
67. Banana-loving zoo critter : ORANG
68. "With this ring ___ wed" : ITHEE
69. What every inning has three of? : ENS
70. Native of India in the British army : SEPOY
71. They might get shingles : ROOFS
1. Thin bark? : ARF
2. Soften : MELT
3. Grammy winner for "Amarantine" : ENYA
4. Occupies, as bushes or trees : NESTSIN
5. Sonar's measurement : DEPTH
6. Bribe : BUYOFF
7. Photo blowup: Abbr. : ENL
8. Singer Winehouse : AMY
9. Red ink : DEBT
10. Eyelid annoyance : STYE
11. Where an old wanderer is interred? : GYPSYCRYPT
12. Sister of Venus : SERENA
13. Like some short tennis matches : TWOSET
18. Louis XIV, e.g. : ROI
22. "... so long ___ both shall live?" : ASYE
24. Fishing boat : TRAWLER
25. Garment in Gujarat : SARI
27. 2008 title role for Benicio Del Toro : CHE
28. Trireme propeller : OAR
29. What Romeo and Juliet had to do? : SYNCTRYSTS
31. "___ date!" : ITSA
32. Went kaput : DIED
34. Luxury : EASE
35. Arc on a music score : SLUR
39. Made, as a wager : LAID
41. Sorority letter : ETA
42. Blockhead : ASS
44. Tiny bit : ATOM
46. Try for a job at : APPLYTO
47. "Gil Blas" novelist : LESAGE
48. Secure : OBTAIN
49. Alignment of celestial bodies : SYZYGY
53. Former space station : MIR
54. Biblical land with "ivory and apes and peacocks" : OPHIR
56. Debuts on Wall St. : IPOS
57. Rochester's love : EYRE
59. Roman emperor after Galba : OTHO
60. Contestant on a Bravo reality show : CHEF
63. Breach : GAP
64. 6 on a phone : MNO
65. Enero, por ejemplo : MES

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