New York Times, Monday, November 19, 2012

Author: Paul Guttormsson
Editor: Will Shortz
Paul Guttormsson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {FJQVWX} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Guttormsson. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2012, The New York TimesNo. 23,022
Across Down
1. Now: Sp. : AHORA
6. CD-___ : ROM
9. Catholic service : MASS
13. Plácido Domingo, for one : TENOR
14. Suffix with Benedict : INE
15. Turn back to zero : RESET
16. "My little ___" (W. C. Fields phrase) : CHICKADEE
18. Perfectly pitched, musically : ONKEY
19. "This is bad!" : OHOH
20. Boston N.B.A. team : CELTICS
22. Roman philosopher who originated the phrase "What fools these mortals be" : SENECA
24. Broncobuster : BUCKAROO
28. "Your" of yesteryear : THY
29. Serious drug cases, for short : ODS
31. Actress Zadora : PIA
32. Animal high on the evolutionary ladder : APE
33. Toyota make : SCION
35. Dangerous dog : BITER
37. Lazy : LACKADAISICAL
41. St. ___, Caribbean isle : LUCIA
42. With anger : HOTLY
43. Long in the tooth : OLD
44. Bon ___ (witticism) : MOT
47. Cyberaddress : URL
48. Mil. address : APO
51. New York City suburb near Yonkers : TUCKAHOE
54. Batted body part : EYELID
56. Strong-smelling cleaner : AMMONIA
58. French miss: Abbr. : MLLE
59. ___ scheme : PONZI
62. "I ♥ ___" (2004 film) : HUCKABEES
64. Sierra Nevada resort : TAHOE
65. Spanish doubloon material : ORO
66. Bricks that click : LEGOS
67. Janis's spouse, in the comics : ARLO
68. V : five :: X : ___ : TEN
69. TD Garden, for the 20-Across, e.g. : ARENA
1. For the price of production : ATCOST
2. Cynical laugh : HEHHEH
3. Like bialys and lyonnaise sauce : ONIONY
4. Pharmaceutical giant that makes Tamiflu : ROCHE
5. Noah's vessel : ARK
6. Merry-go-round, e.g. : RIDE
7. 16 oz. : ONELB
8. Get together (with) : MEETUP
9. Intelligence group? : MENSA
10. Query : ASK
11. "Get it?" : SEE
12. Hog's home : STY
15. Early Elvis Presley style : ROCKABILLY
17. First national park east of the Mississippi : ACADIA
21. Here, to Héloïse : ICI
23. Nutso : COCKAMAMIE
25. Pro ___ (proportionately) : RATA
26. G.M. German car : OPEL
27. Above, to Francis Scott Key : OER
30. Turf : SOD
33. Physics, for one: Abbr. : SCI
34. "I don't think so" : NAH
36. Like some stares ... or stairs in the winter : ICY
37. Doozy : LULU
38. "For Those About to Rock We Salute You" band : ACDC
39. Promise in a poker pot : IOU
40. Winning or losing series : STREAK
41. Auction unit : LOT
45. Electrical unit : OHM
46. 1980 Kool & the Gang hit : TOOHOT
48. Make a claim : ALLEGE
49. Add excessive criticism : PILEON
50. Texas or Ukraine city : ODESSA
52. Instrument for the musically inept, maybe : KAZOO
53. Harden (to) : ENURE
55. Dying fireplace bit : EMBER
57. Gateway Arch, for St. Louis, e.g. : ICON
59. School fund-raising grp. : PTA
60. Boat propeller : OAR
61. Blackhawks' org. : NHL
63. Pie ___ mode : ALA

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