New York Times, Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Author: Ray Fontenot
Editor: Will Shortz
Ray Fontenot
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Fontenot. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "Jabberwocky" start : TWAS
5. Female W.W. II-era enlistees : WAACS
10. Sorento and Sedona : KIAS
14. Brewery fixture : OAST
15. Is sporting : HASON
16. Just sitting : IDLE
17. Zuider Zee sight : DIKE
18. Midway alternative : OHARE
19. Legal basis of a repo : LIEN
20. Bone-related : OSTEAL
22. What you might do while driving to an unfamiliar place : GETLOST
24. Rich dessert : TORTE
25. Jumbo and colossal : SIZES
26. Words of woe : OHME
28. F equivalent : ESHARP
32. Ancient theaters : ODEA
36. Vintner's prefix : OENO
38. "I ___ Parade" : LOVEA
39. What you might do next? : FINDAGASSTATION
42. Water nymph : NAIAD
43. Garland's "cowardly" co-star : LAHR
44. Manuscript encl. : SASE
45. Seasoned vet : OLDPRO
47. Southwest art center : TAOS
49. Hardly garrulous : TERSE
51. Ph.D. hurdles : ORALS
55. What you might do next? : BUYAMAP
58. Local lingo : PATOIS
60. Melville mariner : AHAB
61. Leader of the Mel-Tones : TORME
64. Sierra Club concern: Abbr. : ECOL
65. Game turn, maybe : ROLL
66. Quilt stuffing : EIDER
67. Gull-like predator : SKUA
68. South Korea's first president : RHEE
69. Some side dishes : SLAWS
70. Communicate with modern-style : TEXT
1. List heading : TODO
2. Tailor's measurement : WAIST
3. Request one's presence at : ASKTO
4. Be in control : STEER
5. All out : WHOLEHOG
6. Sighed word : AAH
7. Fat-pig filler? : ASA
8. Welsh breed : CORGI
9. Cause for a blessing? : SNEEZE
10. Volleyball spikes, say : KILLSHOTS
11. Peculiar: Prefix : IDIO
12. Publican's stock : ALES
13. Made rhapsodic : SENT
21. ___ Z : ATO
23. ___ coil (1891 invention) : TESLA
25. Able to feel : SENSATE
27. Prix fixe offering : MEAL
29. Adidas alternative : AVIA
30. Model T contemporaries : REOS
31. Frame filler : PANE
32. ___ consequence : OFNO
33. Old-fashioned phone feature : DIAL
34. Sooner city : ENID
35. Not fixed : ADAPTABLE
37. Arm of the Dept. of Labor : OSHA
40. Relevant, in law : ADREM
41. Smokeys : TROOPERS
46. Emulates Daniel Webster : ORATES
48. Málaga Mrs. : SRA
50. Be too good to : SPOIL
52. Bikini event, once : ATEST
53. John who wrote "Wherever Law ends, Tyranny begins" : LOCKE
54. Victors at Little Bighorn : SIOUX
55. Roseanne, again : BARR
56. "Here comes trouble!" : UHOH
57. Where the Clintons met : YALE
59. Blind part : SLAT
62. Nutritional abbr. : RDA
63. Catty remark? : MEW

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