New York Times, Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Author: John Farmer
Editor: Will Shortz
John Farmer
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {KQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Farmer. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Vacation rental : CAR
4. ___ Lama : DALAI
9. Paintball sound : SPLAT
14. Boo follower : HOO
15. "You know ... it's ... um ... like this ..." : IMEAN
16. Watchmaker since 1848 : OMEGA
17. Extension : ARM
18. Blindly : SIGHTUNSEEN
20. Possible cause of a swelling : STING
22. Filmmaker Gus Van ___ : SANT
23. Have as a focus of one's studies : MAJORIN
26. Place for steamers : CLAMBAR
31. Feeling : SENSATE
32. Weekly founded by Walter Annenberg : TVGUIDE
33. Cool guys : CATS
35. "Would ___ to You?" (1985 Eurythmics hit) : ILIE
36. Club choice : WHOLEWHEATBREAD
43. Neighbor on the 1980s sitcom "Mama's Family" : IOLA
44. Footprint or loose thread, perhaps : CLUE
45. People of Burundi : THEHUTU
49. All accounted for : INTOTAL
54. Customized : TOORDER
55. Import with a "cavallino rampante" logo : FERRARI
56. "Phooey!" : DRAT
58. Sen. Hatch : ORRIN
59. Expose, with "on" : SHINEALIGHT
65. Totaled : RAN
66. Intrigue : AMOUR
67. From Cork, e.g. : IRISH
68. Pittsburgh-to-Boston dir. : ENE
69. Wry faces : POUTS
70. Boston five : CELTS
71. What each set of circled letters spells : DAY
1. Challenges for daredevil motorcyclists : CHASMS
2. Blood lines : AORTAE
3. Actress Rebecca of "Ugly Betty" : ROMIJN
4. Ignominy : DISGRACE
5. Friend of François : AMI
6. Part of a relay : LEG
7. Relief reactions : AAHS
8. Unbroken : INTACT
9. "In America" novelist Susan : SONTAG
10. Blair, Brown and others, in brief : PMS
11. Winner at the Second Battle of Bull Run : LEE
12. Bronze ___ : AGE
13. Bronze : TAN
19. Runnin' Rebels of the N.C.A.A. : UNLV
21. Squares and cubes, e.g.: Abbr. : NOS
24. "___ a Putty Tat" (Friz Freleng short) : ITAW
25. One of the Low Countries: Abbr. : NETH
27. Naturalist who appears on the California quarter : MUIR
28. Vitriol : BILE
29. 1998 Sarah McLachlan hit : ADIA
30. Bit for a basket weaver : REED
34. Half a mo : SEC
36. Skater Katarina : WITT
37. Jolly laugh : HOHO
38. Sub in a tub : OLEO
39. Bert who sang "If I Only Had the Nerve" : LAHR
40. A first for Arabia? : ALIF
41. Some people have trouble carrying one : TUNE
42. Gets engaged to, old-style : BETROTHS
46. Milk dispensers : UDDERS
47. Trillion: Prefix : TERA
48. Language family that includes Finnish and Hungarian : URALIC
50. Hockey's Bobby : ORR
51. Blackened : TARRED
52. Sister of Albus Dumbledore, in the Harry Potter books : ARIANA
53. Actress Laura : LINNEY
57. Part of a makeshift swing : TIRE
59. Softhead : SAP
60. Med. insurance choice : HMO
61. Slip in a pot : IOU
62. Loon : NUT
63. Baseball's Hodges : GIL
64. 1940s presidential inits. : HST

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