New York Times, Thursday, February 14, 2008

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 36 Missing: {GJQZ} This is puzzle # 127 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Words ending many riddles : AMI
4. ___ of Darkness : LORD
8. Montmartre : Paris :: Arbat : ___ : MOSCOW
14. ___ favor : POR
15. Mind : OBEY
16. Place for combs : APIARY
17. On a lounge chair, maybe : POOLSIDE
19. It's under an eyeglass frame : TEMPLE
20. O'Toole of "Cat People" : ANNETTE
21. "Shut your mouth!" : CANIT
22. Brave one : LIONHEART
23. Running around : ADO
25. Palm reader's reading : HEARTLINE
28. Furnish : LEND
29. "The Canterbury Tales" pilgrim : FRIAR
31. "Well, Did You ___?" (Cole Porter song) : EVAH
32. Uncle ___ of "Seinfeld" : LEO
34. "Vamoose!" : SCAT
36. Australian ranch pest : EMU
37. Intrinsically : ATHEART
40. "Listen up!" : NOWHEARTHIS
42. Ending with soft or light : HEARTED
43. Great Leap Forward figure : MAO
44. ___-eyed : SLOE
45. There are eight of these before "baby" in Elvis's "A Big Hunk o' Love" : NOS
47. Like car radios : AMFM
49. Bub : SONNY
51. "Sesame Street" subject : ABCS
55. Was sympathetic : HADAHEART
57. That, to Tomás : ESO
58. Exam measurement unit : HEARTBEAT
59. Sat around : IDLED
61. Fix up for a museum, maybe : REFRAME
63. Revenue worker : TAXMAN
65. Jilter : HEARTBREAKER
66. Familiarize (oneself) : ORIENT
67. Rise : HILL
68. Bastille Day season : ETE
69. Changes : EMENDS
70. "Don't change" : STET
71. Piglet's pal : ROO
1. Dismay : APPALL
2. Cult figure : MOONIE
3. Like some T-shirt designs : IRONON
4. Gave up : LOSTHEART
5. Life lines? : OBIT
6. Inflammatory ailment : REDEAR
7. Cyanine, e.g. : DYE
8. ___ Hari : MATA
9. Symbol of generosity : OPENHEART
10. Fresh as a daisy, e.g. : SIMILE
11. Michael Redgrave war movie, with "The" : CAPTIVEHEART
12. Magic on a scoreboard? : ORL
13. ___ Accords, 1998 Israeli-Palestinian agreement : WYE
18. Three-time U.S. Open champ : LENDL
21. Alternative to first-class : COACH
24. Depresses : DISHEARTENS
26. Handle : NAME
27. Israel's Olmert or Barak : EHUD
29. Takes in : FOOLS
30. Wet : RAINY
33. Coast Guard officer: Abbr. : ENS
35. General on a menu : TSO
37. Asian domestic : AMAH
38. Author Janowitz : TAMA
39. Alabama nickname : HEARTOFDIXIE
41. Courted : WOOED
46. Native-born Israeli : SABRA
48. Crazies : MADMEN
50. 2007 Eddie Murphy comedy : NORBIT
52. It has a big mouth : BEAKER
53. Reached in total : CAMETO
54. Typical lead-in? : STEREO
56. Middle of the country : HEARTLAND
58. Genuine : HEARTFELT
60. Tolkien race : ENTS
62. ___ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
63. Low digit : TOE
64. Fortify : ARM
65. Family gathering places : HEARTHS

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