New York Times, Monday, February 2, 2009

Author: Damon J. Gulczynski
Editor: Will Shortz
Damon J. Gulczynski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 37 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Gulczynski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Like Louisiana cuisine : CAJUN
6. ___-bodied seaman : ABLE
10. Grocery carrier : CART
14. Astound : AMAZE
15. Worker in an apron : MAID
16. "Get ___ it!" : OVER
17. Pinocchio, notably : MARIONETTE
19. Sport on horseback : POLO
20. Game console introduced in 2006 : NINTENDOWII
22. Maryland seafood specialty : CRAB
26. CBS hit with two spinoffs : CSI
27. Removes from office : OUSTS
28. Betty Crocker offering : RECIPE
30. Decree : EDICT
33. Dropped fly ball, e.g. : ERROR
34. Reason to replace a windshield : CRACK
35. Superlative suffix : EST
38. Parisian's "But of course!" : MAISOUI
40. Query from one who's ready to go : SHALLWE
42. What boring things never seem to do : END
43. Impertinent : BRASH
45. Arrived after a trip : GOTIN
46. Transport on a camp lake : CANOE
47. "___ Fables" : AESOPS
48. "Drat!" : SHOOT
51. Dog doc : VET
53. Snick and ___ : SNEE
54. Female golfer who played in a pro men's tournament at age 14 : MICHELLEWIE
58. Cookie with a filling : OREO
59. "You're absolutely right" : SUREENOUGH
64. Paraphernalia : GEAR
65. New ___ (57-Down, for one) : AGER
66. Google competitor : YAHOO
67. Mailed : SENT
68. "Bill & ___ Excellent Adventure" : TEDS
69. With respect to : ASFOR
1. Ending with spy or web : CAM
2. Doc org. : AMA
3. Place to put tips : JAR
4. Gun used in the Six-Day War : UZI
5. Gas in diner signs : NEON
6. Cries from the congregation : AMENS
7. More eccentric : BATTIER
8. Low-calorie, in beer names : LITE
9. Barbara of "I Dream of Jeannie" : EDEN
10. Lame excuse : COPOUT
11. Pledges : AVOWS
12. On again, as a lantern : RELIT
13. Number after deux : TROIS
18. "Sweet!" : NICE
21. Fee for a freighter : DOCKAGE
22. ___ brûlée : CREME
23. Aired again : RERAN
24. Bitter : ACRID
25. Life stories, for short : BIOS
29. Will validation : PROBATE
31. Bit of salt : DASH
32. "___ bin ein Berliner" : ICH
34. Italian's "bye" : CIAO
35. John who sang "Bennie and the Jets" : ELTON
36. Run through a credit card machine : SWIPE
37. In need of a massage, maybe : TENSE
39. Funeral ashes holder : URN
41. Outcome of a 10-17 game : LOSS
44. Detached : SEVERED
46. Partner in crime : COHORT
47. End in ___ (come out even) : ATIE
48. Urban pollutions : SMOGS
49. New staffer : HIREE
50. Where a hurricane develops : OCEAN
52. Water pitchers : EWERS
55. Potential atty.'s exam : LSAT
56. Sled at the Winter Olympics : LUGE
57. "Only Time" singer, 2001 : ENYA
60. Western treaty grp. : OAS
61. Channels 14+ : UHF
62. Melted tar, e.g. : GOO
63. Opposite of vert. : HOR

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