New York Times, Thursday, October 12, 2006

Author: Dave Tuller
Editor: Will Shortz
Dave Tuller
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQVZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Tuller. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Coach Bill who won three Super Bowls : WALSH
6. Expert : ADEPT
11. Purchaser of the Victor Talking Machine Co., 1929 : RCA
14. Subject of Filippino Lippi's "Allegory of Music" : ERATO
15. Winter coat feature : LINER
16. Shapiro of NPR : ARI
17. "Murder in the Cathedral" playwright : ELIOT
18. Interval between stimulation and response : LATENTPERIOD
20. "Stay out!" : DONOTENTER
22. Gist : ESSENCE
23. Wine-making city of California : LODI
24. Sets (on) : SICS
25. Savings account : NESTEGG
28. George who co-founded the N.F.L. : HALAS
32. Cured salmon : LOX
33. Madame ___, 1950's-60's Vietnamese figure : NHU
34. Ingredient in ceramics : SILICA
35. Saw about caution : ONCEBITTENTWICESHY
39. "Hold on …" : ONESEC
40. Abbr. on some sheet music : ARR
41. ___ Moulins, Québec : LES
42. Lively dance in duple meter : POLKA
43. Sissies : GIRLIES
46. Medical suffix : ITIS
49. ___ Ski Valley : TAOS
50. Study of the evolution of the universe : COSMISM
53. Sophomore : TENTHGRADE
57. Einstein's workplace, once : PATENTOFFICE
59. Like biremes : OARED
60. From ___ Z : ATO
61. Certain sorority women : IOTAS
62. Parry : FENCE
63. Ukr., once, e.g. : SSR
64. Proceeded through a traffic jam, e.g. : CREPT
65. Astound : FLOOR
1. Thistle, e.g. : WEED
2. Janis's partner in the comics : ARLO
3. Been in bed : LAIN
4. Milkmaids' aids : STOOLS
5. Cape Province native of old : HOTTENTOT
6. Fine : ALLRIGHT
7. Calendario unit : DIA
8. International arrangements : ENTENTES
9. Michael Jackson once pitched it : PEPSI
10. Quite stylish, in a European way : TRESCHIC
11. Pour : RAIN
12. Nile critter : CROC
13. Staffer : AIDE
19. One might buy a bargain for this : RESALE
21. Perfect : EDENIC
25. Italian grandfather : NONNO
26. Shine : EXCEL
27. German greeting : GUTENTAG
29. Stocking material : LISLE
30. Certain medical symptoms : ACHES
31. Reveals : SAYS
32. Bow part : LOOP
34. Old deprecatory term of address : SIRRAH
36. Wearer of kamik boots : ESKIMO
37. Serene : BEATIFIC
38. Part of a driver's license procedure : WRITTENTEST
44. Discontinue a connection : LOGOFF
45. David, "the sweet psalmist of ___" : ISRAEL
47. Supports : ISFOR
48. Strike : SMITE
50. Ones working with books : CPAS
51. Wild ___ : OATS
52. Loud speaker : STENTOR
54. River of Tuscany : ARNO
55. Like N.Y.C.'s Rockefeller Center : DECO
56. Linda of "Jekyll & Hyde" : EDER
58. Topper : CAP

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