New York Times, Thursday, October 30, 2008

Author: Chuck Hamilton
Editor: Will Shortz
Chuck Hamilton
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQWXYZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Hamilton. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Fruit variety with a sweet-spiced flavor : BOSC
5. Parents : FOLKS
10. Patron saint of sailors : ELMO
14. ___ Arena (Kings' home) : ARCO
15. Godspeed : ADIEU
16. Geological range : AEON
17. Uruguay and Paraguay : RIOS
18. Yosemite rock features : DOMES
19. Money bigwigs, for short : CFOS
20. So-called "fox fires" : NORTHERNLIGHTS
23. Three-time P.G.A. Championship winner : SNEAD
24. Intl. org. dismantled in 1977 : SEATO
25. Penicillin target : STREP
29. Infuriated : LIVID
32. Outdoor cooking spot : PIT
35. Recording device : VIDEOCAMERA
38. Having shipped out : ASEA
40. Élan : GUSTO
41. "In principio ___ Verbum" : ERAT
42. Certain lawsuit : CLASSACTION
45. Tampa-to-Fort Myers dir. : SSE
46. Mother ___ : EARTH
47. Kitchen gadget brand : OSTER
49. Who's creator : SEUSS
52. List in an insurance report, maybe : DENTS
56. What the ends of 20-, 35- and 42-Across are, collectively : DIRECTORSSHOUT
60. ___ Sailer, three-time 1956 skiing gold medalist : TONI
61. "See, how she leans her cheek upon her hand!" speaker : ROMEO
62. B.C. neighbor : ALTA
63. Big area of philanthropy, with "the" : ARTS
64. "Mi chiamano Mimi" and others : ARIAS
65. Resting place : BIER
66. Reassuring words after an accident : IMOK
67. Big city newspaper desk : METRO
68. Car radio mode : SEEK
1. Stock holders : BARNS
2. Night sky feature : ORION
3. Get the point? : SCORE
4. Longtime NBC Olympics host : COSTAS
5. Wane : FADE
6. Repute : ODOR
7. Represent by drawing : LIMN
8. Falls (over) : KEELS
9. "Wake Up Little ___" : SUSIE
10. On every single occasion : EACHTIME
11. Take-home? : LEFTOVERS
12. Calls to farmers : MOOS
13. Carry-___ : ONS
21. Modern show shower : HDTV
22. Certain ballroom event : GALA
26. European capital : RIGA
27. Cabinet dept. : EDUC
28. Penne topper : PESTO
30. S&L offerings : IRAS
31. November 4, e.g. : DATE
32. A sergeant might ask soldiers to pick it up : PACE
33. Española, for one : ISLA
34. Lambastes : TEARSINTO
36. Johnny with the 1958 hit "Willie and the Hand Jive" : OTIS
37. Codger : COOT
39. Record follower, at times : ASTERISK
43. "Leaving Las Vegas" actress : SHUE
44. ___ Point Lighthouse, Massachusetts landmark since 1838 : NEDS
48. Detox centers : REHABS
50. "Hit the road!" : SCRAM
51. Stock holder : STORE
53. "I mean it!" : NOLIE
54. Socratic student : TUTEE
55. Desolate : STARK
56. R.A.'s place : DORM
57. Rule out : OMIT
58. Parent : REAR
59. Blah : SOSO
60. James Clavell's "___-Pan" : TAI

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