New York Times, Tuesday, December 6, 2005

Author: Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Salomon
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JVX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 151 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Angelic music maker : HARP
5. Think ahead : PLAN
9. San Diego baseballer : PADRE
14. Parkay product : OLEO
15. Capital of Italia : ROMA
16. Instruments used in orchestra tuning : OBOES
17. Pronto : BEFOREYOUKNOWIT
20. Sack material : BURLAP
21. "? or ___ just me?" : ISIT
22. Dallas-to-Duluth dir. : NNE
23. Place to hear snorts : STY
24. Family M.D.'s : GPS
26. Adds or deletes text : EDITS
28. Pronto : QUICKASAWINK
32. E. Lansing school : MSU
34. "Platoon" setting : NAM
35. Hoodwink : COZEN
36. French roast : ROTI
37. Snatches : GRABS
40. Lahr who played the Cowardly Lion : BERT
41. Smooth-barked tree : BEECH
43. Shoot the breeze : RAP
44. Promising words : IDO
45. Pronto : INAHEARTBEAT
49. Skin layer : DERMA
50. Head lines?: Abbr. : EEG
51. "20/20" network : ABC
54. Prince ___ Khan : ALY
56. Loony : BATS
58. Sweetums : DEARIE
60. Pronto : RIGHTTHISSECOND
63. Area, weatherwise : CLIME
64. Rebuke from Caesar : ETTU
65. Latest thing : RAGE
66. Calculus symbol : SIGMA
67. Haul in : REAP
68. Desire personified : EROS
1. Roy ___, lead role in "The Natural" : HOBBS
2. Native Alaskan : ALEUT
3. Cook, as beans : REFRY
4. Certain hotel amenity : POOL
5. Getting ready : PREPPING
6. Moviedom's Myrna : LOY
7. Mine, on the Marne : AMOI
8. Sartre novel : NAUSEA
9. Bonneville maker : PONTIAC
10. Blood-typing system : ABO
11. Smaller now, in corporate-speak : DOWNSIZED
12. Check, with "in" : REIN
13. Italian Renaissance art patron : ESTE
18. Prego competitor : RAGU
19. Rug rats : KIDS
25. Lasting impression : SCAR
27. Small-time : TWOBIT
28. Lunch dish from the oven : QUICHE
29. S. S. Kresge, today : KMART
30. Whodunit hero Wolfe : NERO
31. Round Table title: Abbr. : KNT
32. Big name in faucets : MOEN
33. Reliable source of income for a band : STEADYGIG
36. Suicide squeeze stat. : RBI
38. Innocent : BABE
39. Puts the pedal to the metal : SPEEDSUP
42. Celestial Seasonings beverage : HERBTEA
46. Part of a Latin I conjugation : AMAT
47. Kind of : RATHER
48. Pulitzer-winning writer James : AGEE
51. Loud, as a crowd : AROAR
52. "That's it!" : BINGO
53. Hands over : CEDES
54. Travels like a skyrocket : ARCS
55. "___ Marlene," song of 1944 : LILI
57. Web spot : SITE
59. Fair-sized garden : ACRE
61. "Well, let me see ?" : HMM
62. Tkt. office locale : STA

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