New York Times, Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Author: Ian Livengood
Editor: Will Shortz
Ian Livengood
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Livengood. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Surmise : INFER
6. Say "Oh, that was nothing," say : SCOFF
11. "I ___ you one!" : OWE
14. Awaken : ROUSE
15. "M," "W." or "Z" : MOVIE
16. Small dog, for short : POM
17. Picture in one's head : MENTALIMAGE
19. Barnyard male : TOM
20. Gucci of fashion : ALDO
21. Face-to-face test : ORAL
22. Seven-times-a-week newspaper : DAILY
24. Shaving woes : NICKS
26. New Orleans sandwiches, informally : POBOYS
27. "Do you have any jacks?" response, maybe : GOFISH
30. Bedding material : LINEN
31. Basketballer nicknamed the Big Aristotle : ONEAL
32. Washer cycle : SPIN
34. Nittany Lions' sch. : PSU
37. Regained one's winning status ... or a hint to this puzzle's circled letters : TURNEDTHETABLES
41. "The buck stops here" prez : HST
42. Speech setting : DAIS
43. First, second and reverse : GEARS
44. Suitcase attachment, for short : IDTAG
47. Justice Stephen of the Supreme Court : BREYER
48. $100,000/year, e.g. : SALARY
50. Rice dish : PILAF
52. A-number-one : PRIMO
53. Flintstones' pet : DINO
54. It takes a while to tell : SAGA
58. Carpenter's curved tool : ADZ
59. Seabed : OCEANBOTTOM
62. 32-Down's woodlands mate : DOE
63. Carpenter's smoothing tool : PLANE
64. Al ___ (like some noodles) : DENTE
65. Goof : ERR
66. Madrid man : SENOR
67. Faint with ecstasy : SWOON
1. "Joy of Cooking" author Rombauer : IRMA
2. Holiday number : NOEL
3. Supply with money : FUND
4. Native of the land known by natives as Eesti : ESTONIAN
5. Stephen of "V for Vendetta" : REA
6. Smug look : SMIRK
7. Postaccident conditions : COMAS
8. Indianapolis 500 track, e.g. : OVAL
9. Biblical fruit : FIG
10. Use for sustenance : FEEDON
11. Football ploy : OPTIONPLAY
12. Like a sheep : WOOLY
13. TV awards : EMMYS
18. ___ Lomond : LOCH
23. Grandpa on "The Simpsons" : ABE
25. Emerald ___ : ISLE
26. Pub order : PINT
27. One dressed in black, maybe : GOTH
28. Cross to bear : ONUS
29. Garden enrichment : FERTILIZER
30. Propaganda, often : LIES
32. 62-Across's woodlands mate : STAG
33. Honor society letter : PHI
35. Desertlike : SERE
36. "Back in the ___" : USSR
38. Time of reckoning : DDAY
39. Indian tourist city : AGRA
40. Hearty entree that may be cooked in a Dutch oven : BEEFSTEW
45. Beaver's work : DAM
46. Scout units : TROOPS
47. Gooey mass : BLOB
48. Diamond alternative : SPADE
49. Zeal : ARDOR
50. Elton John's instrument : PIANO
51. Word before self or strength : INNER
53. College V.I.P. : DEAN
55. "___ extra cost!" : ATNO
56. Head for : GOTO
57. "You said it, brother!" : AMEN
60. The Indians or Browns, on a scoreboard : CLE
61. Some E.R. cases : ODS

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