New York Times, Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Author: C. W. Stewart
Editor: Will Shortz
Carolyn W. Stewart
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JKXZ} This is puzzle # 14 for Ms. Stewart. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Kitty cries : MEWS
5. Architect's handiwork : PLAN
9. Lots and lots : SCADS
14. Indian housemaid : AMAH
15. Hefty volume : TOME
16. Women's area in a palace : HAREM
17. LEM maker : NASA
18. It measures less than 90º : ACUTEANGLE
20. Church's percentage : TITHE
22. Silk-producing region of India : ASSAM
23. Jed Clampett's find on "The Beverly Hillbillies" : OIL
24. Stein filler : ALE
25. Say "nay" to : VOTEAGAINST
28. Fred's dancing sister : ADELE
30. Act the pawnbroker : LEND
31. Cheapest in a line : LOWEND
33. Part of r.p.m. : PER
34. Lay eyes on : ESPY
38. Nautical "Stop!" : AVAST
39. Milk amts. : QTS
40. Tartar sauce morsel : CAPER
41. "Please?" : MAYI
42. Greyhound, e.g. : BUS
43. Hoaxes : PUTONS
44. Cousin of an emu : RHEA
46. Plumed wader : EGRET
47. One who was detained, maybe : LATEARRIVAL
51. Kimono accessory : OBI
54. "___ on parle français" : ICI
55. Feature of many a greeting card : VERSE
56. Keepers of jewels : SAFES
58. Old TV antenna : RABBITEARS
61. "___ be a cold day in ..." : ITLL
62. Little green man? : ALIEN
63. Do some high-tech surgery on : LASE
64. Allot, with "out" : METE
65. Some teen talk : SLANG
66. Garbage hauler : SCOW
67. Mouth off to : SASS
1. Powerful ray : MANTA
2. iPhone capability : EMAIL
3. Shrivel to nothing : WASTEAWAY
4. Deposed Iranian ruler : SHAH
5. Bake sale org. : PTA
6. Track down : LOCATE
7. Tickle pink : AMUSE
8. Income statement figure : NETSALES
9. Tribal healer : SHAMAN
10. Pokey : CAN
11. Most common inert gas in the atmosphere : ARGON
12. Places to get Reubens : DELIS
13. Remove impurities from : SMELT
19. Raring to go : EAGER
21. Part of a meet : EVENT
26. Long in the tooth : OLD
27. Cook up, so to speak : IDEATE
29. Tennessee Williams "streetcar" : DESIRE
31. Skedaddle : LAM
32. Lab eggs : OVA
33. Milk amts. : PTS
35. 4 p.m. British refreshment ... or what can be found in 18-, 25-, 47- and 58-Across and 3-Down? : SPOTOFTEA
36. International writers' org. with appropriate initials : PEN
37. Soph. and jr. : YRS
39. Heated exchanges : QUARRELS
40. Biceps-strengthening exercises : CURLS
42. Special Forces cap : BERET
43. Masters org. : PGA
45. In possession of : HAVING
46. To a great extent : EVERSO
47. Turkish money : LIRAS
48. "Can't talk now ... I'm expecting ___" : ACALL
49. Neighbor of the fibula : TIBIA
50. Hayes or Newton : ISAAC
52. Sings out loudly : BELTS
53. Cays : ISLES
57. Aligns the crosshairs : AIMS
59. Gridder Roethlisberger : BEN
60. Use a Singer : SEW

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