New York Times, Thursday, November 24, 2005

Author: Michael Shteyman
Editor: Will Shortz
Michael Shteyman
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {KQW} Spans: 2 Featured Will Shortz favorite This is puzzle # 35 for Mr. Shteyman. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "Just ___" : ASEC
5. Kodak rival : AGFA
9. Put away : ONICE
14. Vaquero's view : MESA
15. Show off, like Mr. America : FLEX
16. Product first used commercially in toothbrush bristles : NYLON
17. ___ Sea, outlet for the Amu Darya : ARAL
18. Honest : REAL
19. Polish : EMEND
20. See circles : JAILSENTENCE
23. Road hazard in Frankfurt : EIS
24. Doesn't bother : LETSBE
28. See circles : FOURTHDIMENSION
34. One of the sons on "My Three Sons" : ERNIE
35. Friedrich ___, first president of the German Republic : EBERT
36. Univ. applicants, typically : SRS
37. Kitchen canful : LARD
38. U.S. military planes : FTENS
39. Substitute position : LIEU
40. "Lord, is ___?" : ITI
41. Subjects of research, e.g. : AREAS
42. Sun block : VISOR
43. See circles : POPULARMAGAZINE
46. Title words repeated in a 1974 song after "Como una promesa …" : ERESTU
47. Monte Leone, for one : ALP
48. See circles : TESTERSSHOUT
55. "When it comes to …" : ASFOR
58. Leave : EXIT
59. Prefix with knock or lock : ANTI
60. "The Price Is Right" announcement : VALUE
61. Indian melodic pattern : RAGA
62. Poker declaration : IMIN
63. Last-minute birthday recognition : ECARD
64. Big name in theaters? : IMAX
65. Lean : RELY
1. Key of Beethoven's Symphony No. 7: Abbr. : AMAJ
2. Hospital fluids : SERA
3. Actor Morales : ESAI
4. Modern means of character recognition? : CALLERID
5. From the top : AFRESH
6. Dale : GLEN
7. Guinness entry : FEAT
8. Toll unit : AXLE
9. Minimal postage hike : ONECENT
10. M.L.B. team with a bridge in its logo : NYMETS
11. Land in un fleuve : ILE
12. Swindle : CON
13. Dissolve : END
21. Part of the cyberworld : SITE
22. 10-Down, e.g. : NLERS
25. Affirmative in the lyrics of "Penny Serenade" : SISISI
26. Concerned : BOREON
27. Check again : ENSURE
28. One of five Spanish kings : FELIPE
29. Sen. Robert Byrd, for one : ORATOR
30. Green : UNRIPE
31. Stop, perhaps : DETER
32. Steel bar : IBEAM
33. Mind-set? : MENSA
38. Housewives, abroad : FRAUS
39. Female rocker with the 2003 hit "Why Can't I?" : LIZPHAIR
41. Spayed : ALTERED
42. Actor Kilmer and others : VALS
44. What a B'way show might have : USTOUR
45. Big source of state revenue : GASTAX
49. Actress Austin : TERI
50. Final, say : EXAM
51. Gulf of ___, arm of the Baltic : RIGA
52. "Lean ___" : ONME
53. Certain Monopoly sq. : UTIL
54. Peewee : TINY
55. Many a Monopoly sq. : AVE
56. Cyst : SAC
57. Its state flower is the orange blossom: Abbr. : FLA

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