New York Times, Monday, December 6, 2010

Author: Richard Chisholm
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Chisholm
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {GQVX} This is puzzle # 30 for Mr. Chisholm. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Native Louisianan : CAJUN
6. Sass : LIP
9. Future's opposite : PAST
13. Make a grand speech : ORATE
14. Physician's org. : AMA
15. Pinnacles : ACMES
17. Appreciated : LIKED
18. In good order : SHIPSHAPE
20. Adam and Eve's first home : EDEN
21. Watch intently : PEERAT
22. Actor Stephen of "Michael Collins" : REA
23. Annie Oakley, for one : SHARPSHOOTER
26. Bandleader Shaw and others : ARTIES
29. Mate for 60-Down : RAM
30. Combat stress syndrome : SHELLSHOCK
35. Watch chains : FOBS
38. Disney frame : CEL
39. Last installment of "The Godfather" : PARTIII
41. Cultural support org. : NEA
42. "Stop right there!" : HALT
44. Pull a bed prank on : SHORTSHEET
46. Cow sound : MOO
48. Funnywoman Boosler : ELAYNE
49. Wool gatherer : SHEEPSHEARER
55. Thanksgiving side dish : YAM
56. Rosebush hazards : THORNS
57. Make woozy : DAZE
61. Bootblack's service : SHOESHINE
63. "The Taming of the ___" : SHREW
64. Ankle bones : TARSI
65. Title for Galahad : SIR
66. "___ bleu!" : SACRE
67. Viewed : SEEN
68. Tetley product : TEA
69. Set of cultural values : ETHOS
1. Porter who wrote "Night and Day" : COLE
2. Saharan : ARID
3. Gyllenhaal of "Love & Other Drugs" : JAKE
4. Knife, fork or spoon : UTENSIL
5. Rorem who composed the opera "Our Town" : NED
6. Modern surgical tool : LASER
7. Zoot-suiter's "Got it!" : IMHEP
8. Noah's ark groupings : PAIRS
9. Congregation leader : PASTOR
10. German exclamation : ACH
11. Wagers from those in the know : SMARTMONEY
12. Shelter made of buffalo skin, maybe : TEPEE
16. Blacken, as a steak : SEAR
19. Oom-___ : PAH
21. Succeed in appearing to be : PASSAS
24. Lend a hand : HELP
25. Buffoon : OAF
26. Yiddish writer Sholem : ASCH
27. Perlman of "Cheers" : RHEA
28. "Go on ..." : TELLMEMORE
31. Prince's title: Abbr. : HRH
32. Plains Indian : OTO
33. Round fig. : CIR
34. Writers of bad checks : KITERS
36. Has-___ : BEEN
37. Overfill : SATE
40. ___ of Wight : ISLE
43. One on the Statue of Liberty is almost three feet long : TOE
45. Construction worker : HARDHAT
47. Chooses to participate : OPTSIN
49. The "S" in CBS: Abbr. : SYST
50. Laughs : HAHAS
51. Library admonition : SHH
52. Lift : HOIST
53. W.W. II correspondent Pyle : ERNIE
54. "It's the end of ___" : ANERA
58. St. Louis's Gateway ___ : ARCH
59. 0 : ZERO
60. Mates for a 29-Across : EWES
62. Language suffix : ESE
63. Opposite of NNW : SSE

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