New York Times, Wednesday, January 7, 2009

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

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Garden bloom, informally : GLAD
5. Removes, in a way : DOFFS
10. "Down with," at the Bastille : ABAS
14. White coat : RIME
15. Husband of Bathsheba : URIAH
16. Pioneer Boone, familiarly : DANL
17. Genesis victim : ABEL
18. Host city of golf's Memorial Tournament : DUBLINOHIO
20. Stumped solver's desire : HINTS
22. Headline in a circular : SALE
23. Apt. ad abbr. : RMS
24. Write, as a P.S. : ADD
25. Component of bronze : TIN
28. Scand. land : NOR
29. Sound from a masseur's client : AAH
30. Hometown to college football's Vandals : MOSCOWIDAHO
33. Project conclusion? : ILE
34. O'Connor's successor on the Supreme Court : ALITO
35. Geraint's lady : ENID
36. Where rock's R.E.M. was formed : ATHENSGEORGIA
41. Think ahead : PLAN
42. Clearance rack abbr. : IRREG
43. ___-rock (music genre) : ALT
44. Paul Revere founded a brass and copper works here : ROMENEWYORK
50. Raise a stink? : ROT
51. St. Louis-to-Indianapolis dir. : ENE
52. Language suffix : ESE
53. Rough position? : LIE
54. It has two values in blackjack : ACE
55. Blow off some hot air : VENT
57. Do a soccer mom's chore : DRIVE
59. Birthplace of Vice President Hannibal Hamlin : PARISMAINE
63. Place to use Easy-Off : OVEN
64. Summers on the Seine : ETES
65. Back 40 units : ACRES
66. Boggy stuff : MIRE
67. Turner and Williams : TEDS
68. Food and water, for two : NEEDS
69. Host who said "I kid you not" : PAAR
1. Made of whole-wheat flour : GRAHAM
2. Sexual instinct : LIBIDO
3. Compensation for loss : AMENDS
4. Shoulder muscle, briefly : DELT
5. Turkey : DUD
6. Tulsa sch. : ORU
7. Bits of baloney : FIBS
8. Lola of "Golden Boy" : FALANA
9. 1862 battle site : SHILOH
10. Hoo-ha : ADO
11. Native of one of the Gulf States : BAHRAINI
12. Lion's kingdom : ANIMALIA
13. Pie-eyed : SLOSHED
19. "Quo Vadis" role : NERO
21. Fancy wrap : STOLE
26. "Heads ___, tails ..." : IWIN
27. Things to pick : NITS
31. "High Hopes" lyricist : CAHN
32. Herd orphan : DOGIE
35. Like a flan : EGGY
36. Set aside : ALLOCATE
37. In shreds : TATTERED
38. Fish-eating raptor : ERNE
39. Assayers' samples : ORES
40. Exchange new vows : REWED
41. Protective wall : PARAPET
44. Tach figure, informally : REVS
45. Words before band or army : ONEMAN
46. Growl at, say : MENACE
47. "Twelfth Night" countess : OLIVIA
48. Muralist Diego : RIVERA
49. More astute : KEENER
56. Pit stop change : TIRE
58. 49-0 game, e.g. : ROMP
60. Magazine output: Abbr. : ISS
61. Homer's neighbor : NED
62. Start of summer? : ESS

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