New York Times, Thursday, October 19, 2006

Author: Raymond C. Young
Editor: Will Shortz
Raymond C. Young
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 35 Missing: {FQ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Young. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Maple syrup need : SUGAR
6. A dwarf : DOPEY
11. Singer Jackson    : JOE
14. "___ Scusami" (1960's song) : AMORE
15. Ready for later : ONICE
16. Natl. Humor Month : APR
17. Painter Veronese : PAOLO
18. Kitchen whirrer : CANOPENER
20. Brown building? : DORM
22. With 61-Down, a common e-mail address ending : DOT
23. Prefix with -graphy : XERO
24. Not many        : TWO
26. Not fine : GRAINY
28. Library catalog abbr. : ETAL
29. Fitting in the hands : HOLDABLE
31. Short sleepers? : PJS
33. Apply to the skin, say : RUBIN
34. "… ___ wed" : ITHEE
36. Good tennis score : ACE
39. Leaving via ladder, perhaps : ELOPING
41. In pieces : ASUNDER
43. Part of a possessive supermarket brand name : EDY
44. ___ paradox : ZENOS
46. Sofa : DIVAN
47. Use a Singer : SEW
48. Freshwater catch : LAKEBASS
50. Sprite flavor : LIME
53. Dancer Castle and others : IRENES
55. Trawl : NET
56. Singer born Eithne Ní Bhraonáin : ENYA
57. Yellow ___ : SEA
58. Give ___ on the back : APAT
60. Tropical monkeys : MARMOSETS
63. Goes hither and yon : ROAMS
66. Newman's ___ : OWN
67. Tricks : RUSES
68. Something valuable held in reserve : INGOT
69. Pro-school grp. : NEA
70. Ninnies : GEESE
71. Size two, say : TEENY
1. Maple syrup need : SAP
2. Co-star of John and Samuel in "Pulp Fiction" : UMA
3. Part of a Southern network : GOODOLBOY
4. A Guthrie : ARLO
5. Prepare to emerge from bankruptcy : REORGANIZE
6. A dwarf : DOC
7. Cutting down : ONADIET
8. Ascribe to : PINON
9. Subspecies especially adapted to their environments : ECOTYPES
10. "Sure thing" : YEP
11. Singer Jackson    : JANET
12. Activity for some season ticket holders    : OPERA
13. Children's author ___ Le Cain : ERROL
19. Custody sharers, maybe : EXES
21. Nickname of the household head on TV's "Hazel" : MRB
24. Not many : THREE
25. Intend to : WOULD
27. Cast one's lot (with) : ALIGN
30. Dunk : DIP
32. Witticism : JEUDESPRIT
35. ___ eye for (discerns) : HASAN
36. Good tennis score : ADVANTAGE
37. Intermit : CEASE
38. "Mary Worth" cartoonist Ken : ERNST
40. First-time stock : NEWISSUE
42. Pen part : NIB
45. Some salts : OLEATES
47. Use a Singer : SEAM
49. Mauna ___ : KEA
50. Sprite flavor : LEMON
51. Amazed : INAWE
52. Loy of "The Thin Man" : MYRNA
54. The Little Colonel : REESE
59. Tops : AONE
61. See 22-Across : ORG
62. Dir. down Baja California : SSE
64. ___ cheri : MON
65. Swine cooler? : STY

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