New York Times, Friday, October 6, 2006

Author: Nancy Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 29 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 107 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. George Orwell, e.g. : NOMDEPLUME
11. Hotel room amenity : SAFE
15. Cabin locale : OCEANLINER
16. ___ di bravura (piece showing off a singer's vocal agility) : ARIA
17. Oscar night activity, jocularly : STARGAZING
18. Darn : DANG
19. Coil : HANK
20. American Indian organization : NATION
22. Honey, in prescriptions : MEL
23. Duct opening? : OVI
24. First name in country music : KRIS
25. Take marks off : ERASE
27. Red and white, e.g. : WINES
30. Universal Human Rights Mo. : DEC
31. Middle measure : WAIST
32. Settled : SAGGED
34. Will do : SUFFICES
36. Mob money units : GEES
38. Breeze (through) : SAIL
39. King or queen : CHESSMAN
43. "Goodness gracious" : DEARME
47. Modern site of ancient Thebes : LUXOR
48. Drum part : RIM
50. U.S. ___ : STEEL
51. Serotonin, e.g. : AMINE
52. Breezed through : ACED
54. Kind of test : DNA
55. Hardly a good friend : RAT
56. Nash contemporary : DESOTO
58. Awning site : SHOP
59. Skinny : INFO
61. Animals that are nearly invisible to infrared detectors : POLARBEARS
63. Scotland Yard discovery : CLEW
64. Cooler by the shore? : ITALIANICE
65. Tearing things? : EYES
66. Vocal pessimists : CASSANDRAS
1. Restaurateurs' banes : NOSHOWS
2. "Antony and Cleopatra" role : OCTAVIA
3. "___ what?" : MEANING
4. Foreboding : DARK
5. Univ. dept. : ENG
6. Pirate tale feature : PLANK
7. Some shoe material : LIZARD
8. Harmonious wholes : UNITIES
9. Crescent : MENISCUS
10. It follows that : ERGO
11. Sorry : SAD
12. Language of the Talmud : ARAMAIC
13. Smoothness : FINESSE
14. They're small and may be golden : EAGLETS
21. Some eastern Canadians : NEWFIES
26. Denounce : RAILAT
28. Encourages : EGGSON
29. Blows a gasket : SEESRED
33. Party person, informally : DEM
35. Texas hold 'em, e.g. : FAD
37. Spring training site for the Cincinnati Reds : SARASOTA
39. "The Silence of the Lambs" role : CLARICE
40. Within the realm of people's capability : HUMANLY
41. Investment sales charge : EXITFEE
42. Cage in Hollywood : NICOLAS
44. Queen Elizabeth I had this : REDHAIR
45. Holiday spot in el Mediterr√°neo : MENORCA
46. Slips by : ELAPSES
49. Assayer's area of expertise : METALS
53. Andrea ___ : DORIA
57. Huge : EPIC
58. Delight : SEND
60. Pained replies : OWS
62. Outlaw : BAN

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