New York Times, Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Author: Daniel A. Finan
Editor: Will Shortz
Daniel A. Finan
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {X} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Finan. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Like a cool cat : HEP
4. Not the brightest bulb on the tree : SIMP
8. U. of Maryland team : TERPS
13. "___ seeing things?" : AMI
14. "Hollyoaks" actress ___ Atkinson : GEMMA
15. Bozo : IDIOT
16. Fuel for some trucks : DIESELOIL
18. Eating only certain things : PICKY
19. With 55-Across, source of this puzzle's quote (which starts in box #38) : JRRTOLKIENSTHE
21. Rick's "Casablanca" love : ILSA
22. Word after public or private : EYE
23. Shopping mecca : MALL
26. Danish astronomer Brahe : TYCHO
29. Scott in an 1857 Supreme Court case : DRED
33. Chest: Prefix : STETHO
35. Touch down : LAND
37. Manning of the gridiron : ELI
38. "Au contraire!" : NOTSO
39. "In what way?" : HOW
40. Cast out : EGEST
42. Where cranberries grow : BOG
43. In stitches : SEWN
45. Calls during curtain calls : BRAVOS
46. Wooden shoe's sound : CLOP
48. How nonreading musicians play : BYEAR
50. Lean (on) : RELY
51. Yevtushenko's "Babi ___" : YAR
53. Abound (with) : TEEM
55. See 19-Across : LORDOFTHERINGS
62. Jewish holiday in Adar : PURIM
63. Insect known for conducting raids : AMAZONANT
64. "Inferno" writer : DANTE
65. Wind indicators : VANES
66. Calendar unit : DAY
67. Powerful chess piece : QUEEN
68. Added stipulations : ANDS
69. Leave slack-jawed : AWE
1. Muslim's pilgrimage : HADJ
2. Mideast leader : EMIR
3. Place to fish from : PIER
4. Does some business with : SELLSTO
5. "Don't worry about me" : IMOKAY
6. Year the Department of Homeland Security was created : MMII
7. Visibly terrified : PALE
8. Slightly drunk : TIPSY
9. Trimmed to fit, say : EDITED
10. Filthy ___ : RICH
11. Pig's container, in a saying : POKE
12. Pig's container : STY
14. Earth sci. : GEOL
17. Some beach house supports : STILTS
20. Gas in lights : NEON
23. "Morning Joe" TV channel : MSNBC
24. "You're such ___" (teen put-down) : ATOOL
25. "Unhand me!" : LETGO
27. Any "Jurassic Park" dinosaur : CLONE
28. "Yee-___!" : HAW
30. Chaucer pilgrim : REEVE
31. It shines in España : ELSOL
32. Like a space cadet : DITSY
34. Santa syllables : HOS
36. ___ Spiegel (German magazine) : DER
39. Numbered rte. : HWY
41. Big name in GPS devices : GARMIN
44. River of Aragón : EBRO
45. Zephyrs : BREEZES
47. It glitters but isn't gold : PYRITE
49. Within easy reach : ATHAND
52. Madison Avenue workers : ADMEN
54. Cupid, to the Greeks : EROS
55. Party with poi : LUAU
56. Author Sarah ___ Jewett : ORNE
57. Broad bean : FAVA
58. Certain Fed : TMAN
59. "Nothin'" : NADA
60. Be a busy beaver : GNAW
61. Eye woe : STYE
62. A.S.A.P. : PDQ

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