New York Times, Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Author: Barry Boone
Editor: Will Shortz
Barry Boone
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JW} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Boone. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Volcano output : ASH
4. Prospects : VISTAS
10. Dash : ELAN
14. Person with a corner ofc., maybe : CEO
15. The Scourge of God : ATTILA
16. Queen in "The Lion King" : NALA
17. "The Godfather" actor : CAAN
18. The 21st Amendment, e.g. : REPEAL
19. Sting : TRAP
20. Knight ___ (former newspaper group) : RIDDER
22. "Falcon Crest" actress : ANAALICIA
24. Awakening : AROUSAL
26. "How ___ Your Mother" : IMET
27. Some cons : SETUPS
29. It might be golden : OLDIE
33. Final words? : OBIT
36. Dockworkers' grp. : ILA
37. Allergy-afflicted dwarf : SNEEZY
38. Car with the numeral 9 in all its model names : SAAB
39. Pro baseball level ... or a hint to 12 answers in this puzzle : DOUBLEA
41. River across the French/German border : SAAR
42. Speed skater Eric who won five gold medals at the 1980 Winter Olympics : HEIDEN
44. Location of the quadriceps : LEG
45. Enterprise captain prior to Kirk : PIKE
46. Dangerous snake : ADDER
47. Raspy : HOARSE
49. Captain of sci-fi : NEMO
51. Newborn : NEONATE
55. Language of Cape Town : AFRIKAANS
59. Antitank artillery operator, e.g. : GUNNER
60. Grill : QUIZ
61. Jungle vines : LIANAS
63. It may be eaten with tikka masala : NAAN
64. Itch : URGE
65. Like Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon : ONLATE
66. Here, in Québec : ICI
67. ___ Turing, a founding father of computer science : ALAN
68. Annual event in Los Angeles : XGAMES
69. Summer, in Québec : ETE
1. Capital of Ghana : ACCRA
2. It's said to be salubrious : SEAAIR
3. 1953 John Wayne film : HONDO
4. City or lake in northern Italy : VARESE
5. Repeated step : ITERATION
6. The Racer's Edge : STP
7. "___ yellow ribbon ..." : TIEA
8. Singer Morissette : ALANIS
9. Low bow : SALAAM
10. Give a right to : ENTITLE
11. ___ de Triomphe : LARC
12. Jai ___ : ALAI
13. Carquest competitor : NAPA
21. Make dirty ... or clean : DUST
23. ___ Lewis with the 2008 #1 hit "Bleeding Love" : LEONA
25. Doozy : LULU
28. Painter Picasso : PABLO
30. He loved Lucy : DESI
31. Walton who wrote "The Compleat Angler" : IZAAK
32. Jane of literature : EYRE
33. Producer of workplace regs. : OSHA
34. Bleated : BAAED
35. Footnote abbr. : IBID
37. Set apart : SEGREGATE
39. Shortstop Jeter : DEREK
40. Put pressure (on) : LEAN
43. Inhabitant : DENIZEN
45. New York's ___ Station : PENN
47. Fine-tuning : HONING
48. Drunkards : SOUSES
50. It has its moments : MAALOX
52. "___ Get Your Gun" : ANNIE
53. Boston Harbor event precipitator : TEAACT
54. ___ Macmillan, classmate of Harry Potter : ERNIE
55. Blue-green : AQUA
56. Roll up, as a flag : FURL
57. Gulf of ___, arm of the Baltic : RIGA
58. Room in una casa : SALA
62. "Born on the Fourth of July" setting, familiarly : NAM

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