New York Times, Monday, February 20, 2006

Author: Doug Peterson
Editor: Will Shortz
Doug Peterson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QX} Spans: 3 This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Peterson. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Honda's home : JAPAN
6. Classic shark movie : JAWS
10. Performed an aria : SANG
14. Lacking a partner : ALONE
15. Toledo's lake : ERIE
16. Dark doings : EVIL
17. Bush cabinet member : CONDOLEEZZARICE
20. Door opener : KEY
21. See 18-Down : LORN
22. Like presents : GIVEN
23. Feel aggrieved : HAVEABEEF
26. Akin (to) : RELATED
29. Like shopping done all in the same place : ONESTOP
33. Intestinal bacteria : ECOLI
34. 12 months in Madrid : ANO
35. Female with a wool coat : EWE
36. Hasn't a clue : DOESNTKNOWBEANS
41. "Kidnapped" author's inits. : RLS
42. Web address ending : ORG
43. Unexpected victory : UPSET
44. "Make up your mind!" : YESORNO
47. Gary Cooper title role : MRDEEDS
49. Photographer's request : SAYCHEESE
51. From the top : AGAIN
54. "Dies ___" (hymn) : IRAE
55. Chiang ___-shek : KAI
58. What the last words of 17-, 23-, 36- and 49-Across might be : BURRITOFILLINGS
62. Neighbor of Java : BALI
63. Victor's cry : IWIN
64. Chucklehead : IDIOT
65. Old radio's "___ 'n' Andy" : AMOS
66. Mexican moolah : PESO
67. Square one, slangily : GETGO
1. "You don't know ___" : JACK
2. Burn soother : ALOE
3. Youngster's mount : PONY
4. In addition : AND
5. Post-Renaissance language : NEOLATIN
6. Expressed derision : JEERED
7. Fight site : ARENA
8. 1975 musical set in Oz, with "The" : WIZ
9. Utters, informally : SEZ
10. Typographical embellishments : SERIFS
11. Tel ___, Israel : AVIV
12. Not naughty : NICE
13. Secluded valley : GLEN
18. With 21-Across, heartsick : LOVE
19. James who wrote "The Morning Watch" : AGEE
23. Dutch artist Frans : HALS
24. Globetrotting rock star/political activist : BONO
25. Sufficient, in verse : ENOW
26. Put back in the kiln : REDRY
27. French school : ECOLE
28. Windblown soil : LOESS
30. Flirt with : TEASE
31. Had title to : OWNED
32. Annoyers : PESTS
34. "Brokeback Mountain" director Lee : ANG
37. Theater award : TONY
38. McDonald's founder Ray : KROC
39. Fay Vincent's successor as baseball commissioner : BUDSELIG
40. Sporting sword : EPEE
45. Egyptian god of the underworld : OSIRIS
46. Rajah's mate : RANI
47. Fine sheep's wool : MERINO
48. True-to-life : REAL
50. LP players : HIFIS
51. "Mamma Mia" quartet : ABBA
52. Where America's Day Begins : GUAM
53. Folk's Guthrie : ARLO
55. Make bootees, e.g. : KNIT
56. Obviously eager : AGOG
57. "What ___ become of me?" : ISTO
59. Visible part of an iceberg : TIP
60. Have bills due : OWE
61. Suffix with hydrox- : IDE

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