New York Times, Friday, October 14, 2005

Author: Michael Shteyman
Editor: Will Shortz
Michael Shteyman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32 Missing: {BJQXZ} Spans: 6 This is puzzle # 34 for Mr. Shteyman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Historic trials : ATESTS
7. High-tech heart, for short : CPU
10. Somewhere over the rainbow : AFAR
14. One affected by a strike : TENPIN
15. Like some devils? : HANDSOME
17. Question upon hearing an accent : WHEREAREYOUFROM
19. Host : ARMY
20. Surface : PAVE
21. Buck passer? : DOE
22. Particle stream : RAY
23. Possible penicillin target : STREP
25. Capital of Cambodia : RIEL
28. It's not out of the ordinary : NORM
31. Put ___ (shove off) : TOSEA
33. Factor in some acad. probations : GPA
34. Starchy : FORMAL
36. Dramatic opening : SCENEI
38. Buck passer? : AUTOMATEDTELLER
41. Kutcher who hosted TV's "Punk'd" : ASHTON
42. Horse-drawn vehicle : TROIKA
43. It may go for mi. and mi. : RTE
44. Sentencing request : MERCY
46. A load : TONS
48. Point in the right direction? : EAST
50. Pageant put-on : TIARA
52. Starter's aid : GUN
54. "Black" day in the stock market crash, 10/29/1929: Abbr. : TUE
56. "Don't be so shy!" : CMON
57. Ring sport : SUMO
58. "Same thing, really" : THATSWHATIMEANT
62. Aged : GOTOLDER
63. Onetime Missouri natives : OSAGES
64. Corporeal canal : ITER
65. Sign of a crowd : SRO
66. With 9-Down, tops : NUMERO
1. Not just bickering : ATWAR
2. Mehrabad International Airport site : TEHRAN
3. Intelligence concern : ENEMYOFTHESTATE
4. Not at all lethargic : SPRY
5. Windsor, for one : TIE
6. Comes (to) : SNAPS
7. Rally Sport, e.g. : CHEVROLETCAMARO
8. Wage earners : PAYEES
9. See 66-Across : UNO
10. Concerning : ASFOR
11. Curriculum requirement, often : FOREIGNLANGUAGE
12. Te ___ : AMO
13. Kind of sleep : REM
16. Fizzle : DUD
18. Knocking noise : RATTAT
24. Topping for fish or meat : PESTO
26. Thrusted thing : EPEE
27. Nest : LAIR
29. Etymologist's concern : ROOT
30. Classic comedy film about gender-role reversal : MRMOM
32. Succeed in a big way : ACEIT
35. "Déjeuner sur l'herbe" artist : MANET
37. Nevada's second-largest county : ELKO
38. Thun's river : AARE
39. Court org. since 1881 : USTA
40. Wood problem : DRYROT
45. Comparatively creamy : RICHER
47. Gordon ___ a k a Sting : SUMNER
49. Coach : TUTOR
51. It's negative : ANION
53. With 59-Down, unimpressive : NOTSO
55. Some aliens take it: Abbr. : ESL
57. Vulnerable gap : SEAM
58. ___ Friday's : TGI
59. See 53-Down : HOT
60. Writing: Abbr. : WDS
61. East Lansing sch. : MSU

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