New York Times, Saturday, October 1, 2011

Author: David Quarfoot
Editor: Will Shortz
David Quarfoot
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 27 Missing: {FHQW} This is puzzle # 33 for Mr. Quarfoot. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Subject of search engine optimization : PAGERANK
9. Changing place : CABANA
15. It may involve the colon : EMOTICON
16. Investment option, informally : TNOTES
17. Right part of a map : REDSTATE
18. Portmanteau wear : SKORTS
19. Arsenal decommissioned in 2005 : MXS
20. "The Play About the Baby" playwright : ALBEE
22. Ease : ABATE
23. Volunteer's offer : ICAN
25. City of the Altiplano : LAPAZ
27. Abandon : JILT
28. Certain adjustments : TARES
30. Flying Dutchman captain of film : DAVYJONES
32. Fictional character whose first name is Kentaro : MRMOTO
34. One vertex of the Summer Triangle : DENEB
35. Big name in confectioneries : EDY
36. "Delightful!" : YUM
38. E-5: Abbr. : SGT
39. My country's follower? : TIS
42. Ignition trouble : ARSON
44. Library spot : ALCOVE
46. Way to see the big picture? : JUMBOTRON
50. Kind of card : INDEX
51. French singles : UNES
52. Foil alternative : SARAN
54. Spiced quaffs : NOGS
55. North Atlantic catch : SCROD
57. ___-Obama Proliferation and Threat Reduction Initiative (2007 law) : LUGAR
59. Footnote abbr. : LOC
60. Rung : TOLLED
62. Time for Conan, informally : LATENITE
64. He played Mandela on TV's "Mandela" : GLOVER
65. Joins, redundantly : ENTERSIN
66. Movie genre named for a food staple : OATERS
67. Starbucks offering : SOYLATTE
1. "Step aside, I'll help" : PERMITME
2. Bit of green in a wallet : AMEXCARD
3. Side in an epic battle : GODSARMY
4. Letters for college-bound students : ETS
5. Annual romance writer's award : RITA
6. Place ___ : ACALL
7. "I'm impressed!" : NOTBAD
8. Bit of in-line skating gear : KNEEPAD
9. Price abbr. : CTS
10. Canadian singer with three #1 Billboard hits : ANKA
11. Growing concern for a surgeon, informally? : BOOBJOB
12. Transportation to Sugar Hill, in a 1941 song : ATRAIN
13. Get to : NETTLE
14. They're positive : ASSETS
21. Collection sites, of a sort : EAVES
24. Romantic introduction? : NEO
26. Company behind the popular social network games FarmVille and CityVille : ZYNGA
29. Commercial prefix since the 1950s : STYRO
31. "Romeo Must Die" actor, 2000 : JETLI
33. Bounces : OUSTS
37. Good : MORAL
39. Where some write checks : TODOLIST
40. "Bingo!" : IVEGOTIT
41. Censor's target : SEXSCENE
42. Free : ABSOLVE
43. Anarchy : NORULES
45. Atlanta's ___ Center : CNN
46. Angry lover's dismissal : JUSTGO
47. Beverage nickname, with "the" : UNCOLA
48. Product of Bordeaux : MERLOT
49. Olympics site that introduced snowboarding : NAGANO
53. Smart : NATTY
56. Bucks and bucks : DEER
58. Casting need : REEL
61. Hospital grp. : DRS
63. Kind of card : NRA

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