New York Times, Wednesday, February 1, 2006

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QUXZ} Featured Will Shortz favorite This is puzzle # 142 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Nightclub light : NEON
5. Jorge's eight : OCHO
9. Ace taker : JOKER
14. Sailor's patron saint : ELMO
15. Pearl Buck heroine : OLAN
16. Beethoven's "___ Joy" : ODETO
17. Penthouse feature : VIEW
18. 6-Down's subj. : HIST
19. Overseas assembly : SENAT
20. Cowboy toppers : IOGALLONHATS
23. Sports facilities : STADIA
24. Spills the beans : TELLSALL
28. A Guthrie : ARLO
30. Snookums : DEARIE
31. French/English conflict that started in 1337 : IOOYEARSWAR
36. Crime lab evidence : DNA
37. Home mortgage stats : PCTS
38. Moviegoer's reprimand : SHH
39. A message may be left after it : BEEP
40. "What a relief!" : AAH
41. Resort area on the U.S./Canada border : IOOOISLANDS
45. Annual carrier of toys : SLEIGH
47. Push : GOAD
48. Like George Carlin : SARDONIC
51. Time for a 52-Down wake-up call? : FIVEAM
55. Natalie Merchant's old group : IOOOOMANIACS
57. Under : SHYOF
60. Chicago paper, for short : TRIB
61. Raised : BRED
62. Christmas wish : PEACE
63. Sight from Bern : AARE
64. Film director Petri : ELIO
65. Noted 1999 hurricane : FLOYD
66. Flexible Flyer, for one : SLED
67. Aid and abet: Abbr. : SYNS
1. English-speaking Caribbean island : NEVIS
2. "Middlemarch" author : ELIOT
3. Watch word? : OMEGA
4. In these times : NOWADAYS
5. "Eet ees so nice!" : OOHLALA
6. One of nine sisters in myth : CLIO
7. Lacks : HASNT
8. Words with go or cheap : ONTHE
9. Rude subway rider : JOSTLER
10. Sight from the Black Sea : ODESSA
11. "Jeopardy!" supercontestant Jennings : KEN
12. In-flight info: Abbr. : ETA
13. Balderdash : ROT
21. Money with Garibaldi's picture : LIRE
22. "Betsy's Wedding" star : ALDA
25. Fifth Avenue spa : ARDEN
26. Like composition paper : LINED
27. Springs : LEAPS
29. Roughly : ORSO
31. "No thanks!" : IPASS
32. Seat of Marion County, Fla. : OCALA
33. Census choice : OTHER
34. Cinemax alternative: Abbr. : SHO
35. Taylor or Tyler : WHIG
39. Uneasy feelings : BADVIBES
41. "Oops!" : IGOOFED
42. "What a mistake!" : OHNO
43. Convertible : SOFABED
44. Reclined : LAIN
46. Boneheadedness : IDIOCY
49. Smidgens : IOTAS
50. Pinkish hue : CORAL
52. See 51-Across : EARLY
53. ___ the hole : ACEIN
54. PC program : MSDOS
56. Bog : MIRE
57. Beach bottle letters : SPF
58. Daughter of Loki, in Norse myth : HEL
59. Altitudinous Ming : YAO

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