New York Times, Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Author: Peter A. Collins
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter A. Collins
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Collins. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Enemy of a mongoose : COBRA
6. Cushion material : FOAM
10. Happy hour shout : TGIF
14. Patriots' Day time : APRIL
15. Janis's comics husband : ARLO
16. Intro studio class : ARTI
17. Stopped by : PAIDAVISIT
19. Low in fat : LEAN
20. Freddy Krueger's street : ELM
21. Federal Reserve chief Bernanke : BEN
22. When mastodons disappeared : ICEAGE
24. Market-savvy sort : SMARTINVESTOR
28. Grammy winner Winehouse : AMY
29. Rides : TEASES
30. Kelly of "One Tree Hill" : MOIRA
33. Some H.S. exams : PSATS
34. Musical gift : EAR
37. Mule team? : ARMY
38. Shannon Airport's county : CLARE
39. Wild and crazy : ZANY
40. Write : PEN
41. Most Yemenis : ARABS
42. Dorian Gray's creator : WILDE
43. Flattened at the poles : OBLATE
45. The Bengals, on scoreboards : CIN
46. Hypnotizes : PUTSINATRANCE
50. Snacks for ladybugs : APHIDS
51. Director Lee : ANG
52. "M*A*S*H" figs. : DRS
55. Sore, with "off" : TEED
56. Group with members hidden in 17-, 24- and 46-Across : THERATPACK
60. Memo starter : INRE
61. Bygone Dodge : OMNI
62. "___ come to that" : ITMAY
63. Vending machine input : ONES
64. High time? : NOON
65. So yesterday : PASSE
1. Corrida wear : CAPE
2. Good name for a gemologist? : OPAL
3. Fezzes' lack : BRIMS
4. Clear (of) : RID
5. Auburn's home : ALABAMA
6. Plotz : FAINT
7. They may be near I.C.U.'s : ORS
8. Thrilla in Manila participant : ALI
9. Light a fire under : MOTIVATE
10. "Honor Thy Father" author : TALESE
11. Something the U.S. government keeps an eye on : GREATSEAL
12. "Give ___!" ("Try!") : ITAGO
13. More pure : FINER
18. VHF part : VERY
23. Lead-in to pipe or pit : CESS
25. Miraculous Medal figure : MARY
26. "You're on!" : ITSABET
27. Zeroes in on : NEARS
30. Tourist's aid : MAP
31. It may be picked : ORE
32. Call to someone answering a phone, maybe : IMNOTHERE
33. Oro y ___ (motto of Montana) : PLATA
35. "Your point being ...?" : AND
36. Deli option : RYE
38. Lamont ___, a k a The Shadow : CRANSTON
39. ___ oxide (sunscreen compound) : ZINC
41. "Put ___ on it!" : ALID
42. Dressy shoe : WINGTIP
44. Backs of hit singles : BSIDES
45. Biblical wedding site : CANA
46. Chaise spot : PATIO
47. An Ivy, briefly : UPENN
48. ___ to go : RARIN
49. Dutch treats : EDAMS
53. Some HDTVs : RCAS
54. Hebrides isle : SKYE
57. M.D. group : HMO
58. Brian of Roxy Music : ENO
59. Bake sale org. : PTA

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