New York Times, Wednesday, November 8, 2006

Author: Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Lee Glickstein
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Nancy Salomon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JKQXZ} This is puzzle # 21 for Mr. Glickstein. This is puzzle # 168 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Army cops, for short : MPS
4. "On the Record" host Van Susteren : GRETA
9. Ruth's mother-in-law : NAOMI
14. ___ straw : OAT
15. Get connected to the Web : LOGON
16. Kind of planner : URBAN
17. "I'll be right there!" : ONESECOND
19. Origins : SEEDS
20. First name in bicycling : LANCE
21. Bard's "before" : ERE
23. Nimitz, for one: Abbr. : ADM
24. Lover boy? : AMOR
25. Unsatisfying boxing result : NODECISION
29. Loses it : HASACOW
31. Took the cake : WON
32. Dallas-to-Memphis dir. : ENE
33. Was a busybody : PRIED
35. Sectioned, as windows : PANED
37. Upbeat, outgoing sort : MRPERSONALITY
41. "Later" : SEEYA
42. Thick smoke? : CIGAR
43. Vegas opening? : LAS
44. Graffiti artist's "signature" : TAG
47. Surrender, as arms : LAYDOWN
51. Square-dealing : ONTHELEVEL
54. Puccini piece : ARIA
55. Minute : WEE
56. Carrier to Karachi : PIA
57. Titles are often written in them, briefly : ITALS
58. Prolific writer's output : REAMS
60. Hair challenge ? or a hint to the last words of 17-, 25-, 37- and 51-Across : SPLITENDS
63. Borden bovine : ELSIE
64. Parka parts : HOODS
65. "Imagine that!" : GEE
66. Ray ___, 1980's-90's Boston mayor : FLYNN
67. ___-craftsy : ARTSY
68. Miss a beat, perhaps : ERR
1. Cabbage : MOOLAH
2. Hat made of jipijapa : PANAMA
3. People in a pool : STENOS
4. Much merriment : GLEE
5. Taiwan, initially : ROC
6. Pride part : EGO
7. Muscularly defined : TONED
8. First name of two U.S. presidents : ANDREW
9. Greek letters : NUS
10. Specialties : AREAS
11. Fetching? : OBEDIENT
12. Impulse buyer's means : MADMONEY
13. Electees : INS
18. Not afraid to mix things up : SCRAPPY
22. Green: Prefix : ECO
25. Film category : NOIR
26. Has an outstanding figure? : OWES
27. Live, as a football : INPLAY
28. Composer Rorem : NED
30. Dream up : CREATE
34. Med school grad : DOC
36. Show time : AIRDATE
37. Have good intentions : MEANWELL
38. "Have no fear" : RESTEASY
39. 4,100-mile-long river : NILE
40. "I've Got ___ in Kalamazoo" : AGAL
41. ___-mo : SLO
45. Swiss peak : ALP
46. Gentleman's companion : GEISHA
48. California county : ORANGE
49. "Our Town" playwright : WILDER
50. Lake ___, on the 39-Down : NASSER
52. Surround : HEMIN
53. Something in the air : VAPOR
57. Teeny, for short : ITSY
58. Whistler, at times : REF
59. One of 100: Abbr. : SEN
61. Fate : LOT
62. Barkeeps' requests : IDS

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