New York Times, Monday, November 5, 2007

Author: Jeremy Horwitz
Editor: Will Shortz
Jeremy Horwitz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {X} Spans: 2 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Horwitz. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. "Lady Marmalade" singer ___ LaBelle : PATTI
6. Musical phrase : RIFF
10. On the briny : ASEA
14. Birdlike : AVIAN
15. Poet ___ Khayyám : OMAR
16. Butter slices : PATS
17. T. S. Eliot title character who measures out his life with coffee spoons : JALFREDPRUFROCK
20. Not just recent : ALLTIME
21. Muck : GOOP
22. "The Simpsons" bartender : MOE
23. Light throw : TOSS
26. Studio sign : ONAIR
29. Actress MacDowell of "Groundhog Day" : ANDIE
32. Really impressed : AWED
34. Geller with a spoon-bending act : URI
35. Light golden lager : PILSNER
38. ___ Bator, Mongolia : ULAN
39. Editor out to smear Spider-Man : JJONAHJAMESON
42. Parti-colored : PIED
43. Dance class outfit : LEOTARD
44. Quantity: Abbr. : AMT
45. Sheep cries : BAAS
46. Rapids transits : RAFTS
50. A goose egg : ZIPPO
52. Phobia : FEAR
55. Unfortunate sound when you bend over : RIP
56. Hay storage locale : LOFT
58. Saw-toothed : SERRATE
61. Vice president who once famously mashed "potato" : JDANFORTHQUAYLE
65. Come to shore : LAND
66. Baby bassoon? : OBOE
67. War horse : STEED
68. Lyric poems : ODES
69. Puppy bites : NIPS
70. Sexy nightwear : TEDDY
1. ___ party (sleepover) : PAJAMA
2. Frankie of "Beach Blanket Bingo" : AVALON
3. Cultivated the soil : TILLED
4. President who later served as chief justice : TAFT
5. Initials on a cross : INRI
6. Where you might hear "Ride 'em, cowboy!" : RODEO
7. Little devil : IMP
8. Distant : FAR
9. Lively '60s dance : FRUG
10. Kitchen spill catcher : APRON
11. Brazil's largest city : SAOPAULO
12. And so on: Abbr. : ETC
13. "___ and ye shall receive" : ASK
18. CPR pro : EMT
19. Grocery offering : FOOD
24. California city in a 1968 Dionne Warwick hit : SANJOSE
25. Accumulation on the brow : SWEAT
27. Persia, today : IRAN
28. ___ Tin Tin : RIN
30. Its first ad touted "1,000 songs in your pocket" : IPOD
31. German article : EIN
33. Humorist Bombeck : ERMA
36. Singsong syllables : LALA
37. Grain bundle : SHEAF
38. Beef quality graders: Abbr. : USDA
39. Guitarist Hendrix : JIMI
40. 747, e.g. : JETPLANE
41. Be mistaken : ERR
42. La ___, Bolivia : PAZ
45. Hit, as on the noggin : BOFF
47. Worn at the edges : FRAYED
48. Like the Marquis de Sade or the Duke of Earl : TITLED
49. Rapid : SPEEDY
51. Unilever skin cream brand : PONDS
53. Fireplace remnants : ASHES
54. Necessary: Abbr. : REQ
57. Roger Rabbit or Donald Duck : TOON
59. Corrosion sign : RUST
60. Appraise : RATE
61. Female singer's 2001 album that debuted at #1 : JLO
62. "Dear old" guy : DAD
63. Slugger's stat : RBI
64. Blouse or shirt : TOP

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