New York Times, Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Author: Ron and Nancy Byron
Editor: Will Shortz
Ron Byron
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Nancy Byron
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FKY} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Byron. This is puzzle # 4 for Ms. Byron. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2011, The New York TimesNo. 22,365
Across Down
1. "Horsefeathers!" : PSHAW
6. High in calories : RICH
10. "... three men in ___" : ATUB
14. Basra native : IRAQI
15. Witty Bombeck : ERMA
16. Situated by itself : LONE
17. Big name in orange juice : MINUTEMAID
19. Sousaphone, e.g. : TUBA
20. Bangladesh's capital, old-style : DACCA
21. Prison "screw" : JAILER
23. Rocket interceptor, for short : ABM
25. Large gem in the Smithsonian : HOPEDIAMOND
28. Like a Jekyll/Hyde personality : DUAL
30. Sign at a sellout : SRO
31. Tirades : RANTS
32. Motherland, affectionately : OLDSOD
35. ___ contendere : NOLO
37. Kindly doctor's asset : BEDSIDEMANNER
42. Gives the heave-ho : AXES
43. Pre-Russia intl. economic coalition : GSEVEN
45. Chinese menu phrase : NOMSG
49. Second letter after epsilon : ETA
51. "Jesus ___" (shortest Bible verse) : WEPT
52. Common : ADIMEADOZEN
56. Japanese theater : NOH
57. Like kielbasa and pierogi : POLISH
58. Govt. security : TNOTE
60. Pause in the action : LULL
61. Artwork using both paint and collage, e.g. ... and a hint to this puzzle's circled letters : MIXEDMEDIA
66. Gen. Robert ___ : ELEE
67. A util. : ELEC
68. Resort isle near Venezuela : ARUBA
69. Fleet fleet, once, in brief : SSTS
70. Big name in root beer : DADS
71. More red, as a tomato : RIPER
1. Milne's absent-minded "Mr." : PIM
2. ___ Lanka : SRI
3. Individually crafted : HANDMADE
4. Watery hue : AQUA
5. Halloween broom-rider : WITCH
6. Changes the boundaries of : REMAPS
7. Glass or Gershwin : IRA
8. 901, in old Rome : CMI
9. Pilgrim to Mecca : HADJI
10. Nissan model : ALTIMA
11. French port near Marseille : TOULON
12. Straight : UNBENT
13. Goat features : BEARDS
18. "Green" prefix : ECO
22. ___ rod (tall-stemmed plant) : AARONS
23. Foofaraw : ADO
24. Tulip or lily planting : BULB
26. Che Guevara's real first name : ERNESTO
27. Tragic end : DOOM
29. Timothy Leary's turn-on : LSD
33. Plains Indians : OSAGES
34. Twice cinq : DIX
36. Fall behind : LAG
38. Homeowner's paper : DEED
39. Still in the crate : NEW
40. Tied, as a score : EVENEDUP
41. Defaulter's loss, informally : REPO
44. To the ___ degree : NTH
45. City near Mt. Vesuvius : NAPLES
46. Nonalcoholic beer brand : ODOULS
47. French artist who painted "The Gleaners" : MILLET
48. Says "Cheese!" : SMILES
50. Worshipers of Quetzalcoatl : AZTECS
53. "Arabian Nights" prince : AHMED
54. Pull the plug on : END
55. Baseball's Garciaparra : NOMAR
59. Actress Garr or Hatcher : TERI
62. Dockworkers' org. : ILA
63. Marked, as a ballot : XED
64. "May ___ excused?" : IBE
65. Berne's river : AAR

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