New York Times, Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Author: Chuck Deodene
Editor: Will Shortz
Chuck Deodene
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 35 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 35 for Mr. Deodene. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Mountains : PEAKS
6. "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?" has five of these : IAMBS
11. "Spare" thing at a barbecue : RIB
14. Eskimo : INUIT
15. Instrument played with a bow : VIOLA
16. Gate guess: Abbr. : ETA
17. Solid with four triangular faces : TETRAHEDRON
19. Scoundrel : CUR
20. Lone Star Stater's northern neighbor : OKIE
21. Unnamed person : SOMEONE
23. Part of a word: Abbr. : SYL
25. Chief of staff in the Obama White House : RAHMEMANUEL
28. Alternative to an iron, in golf : WOOD
30. Sword fight, e.g. : DUEL
31. Midway between sober and drunk : TIPSY
32. "Dies ___" (hymn) : IRAE
33. Seat where people may sing 32-Across : PEW
34. Knee's place : LEG
35. Start of the Bible : GENESIS
37. Post-W.W. II demographic, informally : BOOMERS
41. Bit of wordplay : PUN
42. Boar's mate : SOW
43. x, y and z, in math : AXES
44. Commercial writers : ADMEN
47. 1958 sci-fi classic, with "The" : BLOB
48. Population fig., e.g. : STAT
49. High muck-a-muck : GRANDPOOBAH
52. Lifesaving team, for short : EMS
53. Most difficult : HARDEST
54. Loretta who sang "Don't Come Home A' Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)" : LYNN
56. Cobbler's tool : AWL
57. Shouter of this puzzle's circled sounds : CHEERLEADER
62. "Didn't I tell you?" : SEE
63. John Lennon's "Instant ___!" : KARMA
64. Explosive : NITRO
65. Word repeated after "If at first you don't succeed" : TRY
66. Bird of prey's dip : SWOOP
67. Previously, in poetry : AFORE
1. Quarry : PIT
2. Suffix with propyl : ENE
3. Help in buying a car : AUTOLOAN
4. Captain for Spock and McCoy : KIRK
5. Series of steps between floors : STAIR
6. "___ been there" : IVE
7. Reinforcements : AID
8. Tiny bit to eat : MORSEL
9. Flower : BLOOM
10. Redwood City's county : SANMATEO
11. Win back, as losses : RECOUP
12. Online music mart : ITUNES
13. By a hair : BARELY
18. First thing usually hit by a bowling ball : HEADPIN
22. Riddles : ENIGMAS
23. Big swallow : SWIG
24. Days of ___ : YORE
26. Colors : HUES
27. Kitten's plaint : MEW
29. Part of a pool for diving : DEEPEND
34. Like an offer that's under actual value : LOWBALL
36. Places for tanning : SUNDECKS
37. Idiot : BOOB
38. Reach as far as : EXTENDTO
39. 500 sheets : REAM
40. Old trans-Atlantic speedsters : SSTS
42. Driver's caution to reduce speed : SLO
44. Shocked : AGHAST
45. Bureau part : DRAWER
46. Jacob whose ghost appears to Scrooge : MARLEY
47. Fernando ___, painter of plump figures : BOTERO
50. "Nonsense!" : PSHAW
51. Carrion consumer : HYENA
55. Innocent : NAIF
58. Popular music style : EMO
59. Popular music style : RAP
60. Go wrong : ERR
61. ___ v. Wade : ROE

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