New York Times, Monday, November 27, 2006

Author: Marlon R. Howell
Editor: Will Shortz
Marlon R. Howell
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {BQZ} Spans: 2 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Howell. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Family : CLAN
5. Winter neckwear : SCARF
10. Conclusions : ENDS
14. Harvard rival : YALE
15. ___ Slobbovia (remote locale) : LOWER
16. Vista : VIEW
17. Store safely : STOW
18. Cockamamie : INANE
19. Ancient Peruvian : INCA
20. Start of a quote by Bertrand Russell relevant to crossword solvers : THETIMEYOUENJOY
23. Roy Orbison's "___ the Lonely" : ONLY
24. Rots : DECAYS
25. How to divide things to be fair : EVENLY
28. Revolutionary pamphleteer Thomas : PAINE
30. Supersmart grp. : MENSA
31. Atmosphere : AURA
32. Back talk : SASS
36. Ltd. : INC
37. Middle of the quote : WASTING
40. Chairman with a Little Red Book : MAO
41. In ___ of (standing in for) : LIEU
43. Actor Tim of "WKRP in Cincinnati" : REID
44. Adhesive : EPOXY
46. Pie nut : PECAN
48. Quenches : SLAKES
49. Simoleons : MOOLAH
52. Swizzle : STIR
53. Conclusion of the quote : ISNOTWASTEDTIME
59. Mission-to-Mars org. : NASA
60. Cognizant : AWARE
61. One with adoring fans : IDOL
62. Squeezed (out) : EKED
63. Hayseed : YOKEL
64. Capone fighter Eliot ___ : NESS
65. Cry from Charlie Brown : RATS
66. Pivots : SLEWS
67. Way to get out of a field : GATE
1. Anatomical sac : CYST
2. Strip of wood in homebuilding : LATH
3. ___ vera : ALOE
4. Eponymous units of force : NEWTONS
5. By a narrow margin : SLIMLY
6. Brooklyn's ___ Island : CONEY
7. Not at home : AWAY
8. Gambling mecca : RENO
9. Revealing kind of slip : FREUDIAN
10. Demonstrates clearly : EVINCES
11. Old Japanese assassin : NINJA
12. Wooden duck, say : DECOY
13. Persuades : SWAYS
21. Member of an extended family : INLAW
22. Poetic time after dusk : EEN
25. Disney's "___ and the Detectives" : EMIL
26. "___, vidi, vici" (Caesar's boast) : VENI
27. Suffix with differ : ENCE
28. Vladimir of the Kremlin : PUTIN
29. Like most of west Texas : ARID
31. Between ports : ASEA
33. One way to run : AMOK
34. ___-Coburg (part of historic Germany) : SAXE
35. High-protein beans : SOYS
38. Sites for grand entrances : ARCHWAYS
39. Icy cold : GELID
42. Transfers files to a computer, maybe : UPLOADS
45. It's "such sweet sorrow" : PARTING
47. Have supper : EAT
48. Braces (oneself) : STEELS
49. Worker with a light and a pick : MINER
50. Japanese port : OSAKA
51. Beginning : ONSET
52. Spread, as seed : STREW
54. Dicey G.I. status : AWOL
55. Drink with sushi : SAKE
56. Notion : IDEA
57. Maximum : MOST
58. "... or ___!" (threat) : ELSE

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