New York Times, Monday, November 8, 2010

Author: John Dunn
Editor: Will Shortz
John Dunn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Dunn. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Path of a Hail Mary pass : ARC
4. "Remember the ___!" (cry of 1836) : ALAMO
9. Wranglers, e.g. : JEANS
14. ___ de Janeiro : RIO
15. Pine exudation : RESIN
16. Baby hooter : OWLET
17. The Braves, on scoreboards : ATL
18. "Carpe diem" : SEIZETHEDAY
20. Officer's identification : BADGE
22. Family car : SEDAN
23. Imitate : APE
24. Poverty : WANT
26. Burst of wind : GUST
28. Quickly satisfy one's hunger : GRABABITETOEAT
34. "___ the land of the free ..." : OER
35. Spike, as the punch : LACE
36. Birth-related : NATAL
38. Large number : SLEW
40. Harvests : REAPS
43. Owner of the bed that was too soft in "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" : MAMA
44. Takes on, as workers : HIRES
46. Diploma feature : SEAL
48. Hosp. employee : LPN
49. Rough-and-tumble outdoor kids' game : CAPTURETHEFLAG
53. London art gallery : TATE
54. Secular : LAIC
55. Where you might get into hot water? : SPA
58. Passover feast : SEDER
61. Motored : DROVE
64. Commonplace utterance ... or a description of 18-, 28- and 49-Across? : CATCHPHRASE
67. Half a dozen : SIX
68. Shake hands (on) : AGREE
69. Schindler of "Schindler's List" : OSKAR
70. Touch on the shoulder, say : TAP
71. Breakfast, lunch and dinner : MEALS
72. First-time drivers, often : TEENS
73. ___-mo : SLO
1. The "A" in U.A.E. : ARAB
2. Hayworth of "Cover Girl" : RITA
3. Late 1940s to about 1990 : COLDWARERA
4. Weapons depot : ARSENAL
5. Actor ___ J. Cobb : LEE
6. Sale tag words : ASIS
7. 1987 Masters winner Larry : MIZE
8. Fidgety : ONEDGE
9. First impeached U.S. president : JOHNSON
10. Mother in a flock : EWE
11. Alan of "Crimes and Misdemeanors" : ALDA
12. Certain tide : NEAP
13. Eye problem : STYE
19. Fully stretched : TAUT
21. Talk and talk and talk : GAB
25. Ski lift : TBAR
27. Squad : TEAM
28. Exclamation before "darn it!" : GOSH
29. Excavated item, maybe : RELIC
30. What most of hail is : ICE
31. Razz : TEASE
32. Regardless of the results : ATALLCOSTS
33. Busch Gardens locale : TAMPA
37. Singer k. d. ___ : LANG
39. Openly grieved : WEPT
41. Caress : PET
42. Comic Mort : SAHL
45. Squirrels away : STASHES
47. Captains and commanders : LEADERS
50. Lone Star State sch. : UTEP
51. Extremely popular : REDHOT
52. Tree with cones : FIR
55. Offer that's too good to be true, often : SCAM
56. Beep, as a doctor : PAGE
57. Gillette brand : ATRA
59. Gaelic tongue : ERSE
60. ___ over the coals : RAKE
62. Medicine bottle : VIAL
63. World's fair : EXPO
65. Animation frame : CEL
66. ___ Bernardino Mountains : SAN

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