New York Times, Thursday, November 8, 2012

Author: Damon J. Gulczynski
Editor: Will Shortz
Damon J. Gulczynski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 39 Missing: {JKPZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Gulczynski. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2012, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Holy smokes!" : MANOHMAN
5. "Sweetheart" of "Jersey Shore" : SAMMI
10. Direct, in a way : MANTOMAN
14. Asia's ___ Sea : ARAL
15. In conflict with : AFOUL
16. What a Realtor may give : TOUR
17. U.S. Steel was once its biggest employer : GARY
18. "N.F.L. Live" host Trey : WINGO
19. Mrs. Albert Einstein : ELSA
20. QB who was twice a Super Bowl M.V.P. : ELIMANNING
22. Hollow : VALLEY
24. How some military personnel serve : OVERSEAS
26. Unyielding : ADAMANT
30. "A Day Without Rain" artist : ENYA
31. Devilfish : MANTA
34. Artist with whom an exiled Leon Trotsky once lived : RIVERA
36. Head for a pub : LOO
37. Heroin, in slang : SCAG
38. Femmes fatales : MANEATERS
40. Part of a city street : BUSLANE
42. "The Godfather" figures : DONS
43. Long mops : MANES
45. Zigzag, e.g. : MANEUVER
46. Commonly : OFT
47. It's flaky : MICA
48. Shades in the London sky, often : GREYS
49. Deter : DISSUADE
52. "Le ___" (Matisse piece) : BATEAU
55. Home-field advantage in football ... or what the last square of the answer to this clue represents in this puzzle : TWELFTHMAN
60. Even: Fr. : EGAL
61. Trap during winter, perhaps : ICEIN
63. 2000s service site : IRAQ
64. Poshness : LUXE
65. Awkward years, for many : TEENS
66. In ___ (naturally positioned) : SITU
67. Annual June race : LEMANS
68. Marsh growth : SEDGE
69. Cheat, in slang : HOSE
1. Get by : MANAGE
2. Like some surgery : ORAL
3. Mata ___ : HARI
4. Macho type : MANLYMAN
5. 2007 horror film : SAWIV
6. Walk ___ line : AFINE
7. Tramp, e.g., in "Lady and the Tramp" : MONGREL
8. Pull a face : MUG
9. 2009 bromance film : ILOVEYOUMAN
10. Trophy sites : MANTELS
11. Ring : TOLL
12. Yorkshire river : OUSE
13. Contemporary of Marcel Duchamp : MANRAY
21. Dame's lead-in? : NOTRE
23. Best, in some rating systems : AAA
25. High-hatter : SNOB
26. TV director Iannucci : ARMANDO
27. Succumb to : DIEOF
28. ___-garde : AVANT
29. "Olympia" and others : MANETS
31. Guy's private area : MANCAVE
32. Chief justice in the Dred Scott case : TANEY
33. New ___ (modern spiritualists) : AGERS
35. Parts of a fashionable "Collezioni" : ARMANISUITS
37. Epithet : SLUR
39. Jiffs : SECS
41. 9-Down co-star Jason : SEGEL
44. Prepared, as some mushrooms : SAUTEED
47. Wasikowska of "Alice in Wonderland," 2010 : MIA
49. Editing marks : DELES
50. Knocking the socks off of : AWING
51. Like a copse : DENSE
52. Collar attachment : BELL
53. Flu symptom : AGUE
54. Beatles song with the lyric "There's one for you, nineteen for me" : TAXMAN
56. Go for a bite? : FISH
57. The Jonas Brothers, e.g. : TRIO
58. Roles, figuratively : HATS
59. Having failed aspirations : MANQUE
62. Head of compliance? : CEE

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