New York Times, Monday, November 10, 2008

Author: Gail Grabowski
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 10 for Ms. Grabowski. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Like the air around Niagara Falls : MISTY
6. Counterpart of comedy : DRAMA
11. Feed seed : OAT
14. Entertain : AMUSE
15. Smidgens : IOTAS
16. Actress Peeples : NIA
17. Open-textured cotton fabric : CHEESECLOTH
19. AOL or MSN : ISP
20. Stayed out of sight : HID
21. Allergic reaction : SNEEZE
22. Fillet of ___ : SOLE
23. Gift-giver's urging : OPENIT
25. Showed boredom : YAWNED
27. Impressive grouping : ARRAY
30. Possible result of slamming on the brakes : SKID
31. Señor's "Positively!" : SISI
34. Without a guarantee of condition : ASIS
36. Battery terminal : ANODE
39. List-ending abbr. : ETAL
40. "___ or plastic?" : PAPER
42. F.B.I. agent : GMAN
43. Scarfs (down) : WOLFS
45. Folk singer Seeger : PETE
46. E-mail command : SEND
47. Uses a pew : SITS
49. Relief from the sun : SHADE
51. Alpine dwelling : CHALET
53. Discourages : DETERS
57. Marathon, e.g. : RACE
58. Say, as the Pledge of Allegiance : RECITE
62. By way of : VIA
63. Feel feverish : AIL
64. The start of 17-Across or 11- or 33-Down : TACOTOPPING
66. A/C meas. : BTU
67. Make amends : ATONE
68. Clear the blackboard : ERASE
69. Bro or sis : SIB
70. Capital of Oregon : SALEM
71. Descartes and others : RENES
1. Like a he-man : MACHO
2. Beatnik's "Got it" : IMHIP
3. Napped leather : SUEDE
4. Mao ___-tung : TSE
5. Polite affirmation : YESSIR
6. What high rollers roll : DICE
7. Part on stage : ROLE
8. Completely, after "from" : ATOZ
9. Shipboard pals : MATEYS
10. Cigarette's end : ASH
11. Russian church feature : ONIONDOME
12. An usher walks up and down it : AISLE
13. Sealed up, as a package : TAPED
18. Lure into a crime : ENTRAP
22. Backyard apparatus for kids : SWINGSET
24. Manicurist's tool : NAILFILE
26. Letters before an alias : AKA
28. "Rush!" on an order : ASAP
29. "Holy cow!" : YIPES
31. Use needle and thread : SEW
32. "What was ___ do?" : ITO
33. Jazzy Latin dance site : SALSACLUB
35. Third son of Adam and Eve : SETH
37. Actor Aykroyd : DAN
38. Bring to a halt : END
41. Entertain with a tale : READTO
44. Sault ___ Marie : STE
48. Rock layers : STRATA
50. More profound : DEEPER
51. Grouchy sorts : CRABS
52. Port-au-Prince's land : HAITI
54. Perrier rival : EVIAN
55. Get the soap out : RINSE
56. Wise ones : SAGES
59. Environmental sci. : ECOL
60. Dunce cap, geometrically : CONE
61. Talked-about twosome : ITEM
64. Profs.' helpers : TAS
65. Opposite of post- : PRE

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