New York Times, Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Author: Kristian House
Editor: Will Shortz
Kristian House
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 37 Missing: {X} This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. House. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Farm newborn : CALF
5. Yankees' "$275 million man," informally : AROD
9. Test proctor's command : BEGIN
14. Like dental surgery : ORAL
15. "Good one!" : NICE
16. Blow the socks off : AMAZE
17. ___ mater : ALMA
18. The "Y" in Y.S.L. : YVES
19. Helicopter part : ROTOR
20. Is ranked #1 : TOPSTHELIST
23. Bizarre : ODD
24. Climate-change protocol city : KYOTO
25. Wee bit : TAD
27. Disney dwarf with glasses : DOC
30. Sign on a construction site fence : POSTNOBILLS
35. Lavatory door sign : INUSE
37. Part of a school year: Abbr. : SEM
38. Carrots' plate-mates : PEAS
39. Brief visit along the way : STOPOFF
42. Declines to participate : OPTSOUT
44. ___ Sutra : KAMA
45. Play from which the word "robot" comes : RUR
47. Civic maker : HONDA
48. Dry cleaner's fluid : SPOTREMOVER
52. Suffix with slogan : EER
53. Bummed out : SAD
54. Congested area, sometimes : SINUS
56. Drinking binge : JAG
59. Megabucks : POTSOFMONEY
64. Rig out : EQUIP
66. Fodder holder : SILO
67. Part of an apple or the earth : CORE
68. Socially polished : SUAVE
69. Source of indigo dye : ANIL
70. Solemnly swear : AVOW
71. Whip-cracker : TAMER
72. Outside of a watermelon : RIND
73. Glasgow gal : LASS
1. Ulster, for one : COAT
2. Folkie who sang of Alice : ARLO
3. Magic item of folklore : LAMP
4. Toper's back-pocket item : FLASK
5. "Moving on then ..." : ANYHOO
6. Construction fasteners : RIVETS
7. Forest felines : OCELOTS
8. Arnaz of "I Love Lucy" : DESI
9. Toper's expense : BARTAB
10. Weezer's music genre : EMO
11. Cat in una casa : GATO
12. Shirt brand : IZOD
13. Dweeby sort : NERD
21. Like a universal donor's blood : TYPEO
22. Tread heavily : STOMP
26. Toper, slangily : DIPSO
27. PC storage units : DISKS
28. Coming up : ONTAP
29. Andrew of New York politics : CUOMO
31. Prefix with con or classical : NEO
32. Sierra ___ : LEONE
33. Honor, on a diploma : LAUDE
34. Astronomical red giant : SSTAR
36. Tiffs : SPATS
40. Corleone who broke Michael's heart : FREDO
41. "Fee fi fo ___" : FUM
43. Rhythmic humming sound : THRUM
46. "William Tell" composer : ROSSINI
49. Ice-T or Ice Cube : RAPPER
50. Isaac Stern's instrument : VIOLIN
51. Wrap around : ENFOLD
55. L.A.'s area, for short : SOCAL
56. "Surely you ___" : JEST
57. Light blue : AQUA
58. Island "where America's day begins" : GUAM
60. Pre-1917 autocrat : TSAR
61. Suddenly bright star : NOVA
62. Amor's Greek counterpart : EROS
63. Trees yielding archery bow wood : YEWS
65. "___ Got a Secret" : IVE

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