New York Times, Monday, March 14, 2005

Author: Robert Malinow
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert Malinow
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {FJXZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 9 for Mr. Malinow. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Baldwin of the silver screen : ALEC
5. Recur, as arthritis : ACTUP
10. Father of Seth : ADAM
14. Actress Hatcher : TERI
15. Computer item with a tracking ball : MOUSE
16. Aura being picked up : VIBE
17. Possibly prompting a reply like 25-, 47- or 62-Across : NOTTOBEBELIEVED
20. Supersede : OVERRIDE
21. Immature insects : LARVAE
22. Rink surface : ICE
23. Rep.'s opponent : DEM
24. Singer Sumac : YMA
25. "What?!" : HOWCANTHATBE
31. Companion of Tarzan : APE
32. It's good only for its waste value : SCRAP
33. T-bone or porterhouse : STEAK
37. Not so much : LESS
39. Noted Tombstone family, once : EARPS
41. Ancient Roman censor : CATO
42. Like beer at a bar : ONTAP
44. River's mouth : DELTA
46. Sign outside a hit show : SRO
47. "What?!" : GIVEMEABREAK
50. Railroad stop: Abbr. : STA
53. End of a proof : QED
54. Chem. thread : RNA
55. Meat-packing pioneer : ARMOUR
57. Chosen one : SELECTEE
62. "What?!" : YOURENOTSERIOUS
64. Slugger Sammy : SOSA
65. Sailor's "Halt!" : AVAST
66. "The Thin Man" wife : NORA
67. European car : OPEL
68. Nigeria's largest city : LAGOS
69. Son of Seth : ENOS
1. "___ additional cost!" : ATNO
2. Pope after Benedict IV : LEOV
3. Folies Bergère designer : ERTE
4. Kind of acid : CITRIC
5. Atmosphere, as in a restaurant : AMBIENCE
6. For both sexes : COED
7. Toothpaste holder : TUBE
8. "It's no ___!" : USE
9. Shotgun shot : PELLET
10. State unequivocally : AVER
11. Split (up) : DIVVY
12. At right angles to a ship : ABEAM
13. Jason's ally and lover, in myth : MEDEA
18. Killer whales : ORCAS
19. Poetic feet : IAMBS
23. Horse with a spotted coat : DAPPLE
25. Sign of a saint : HALO
26. Unlock : OPEN
27. Toward sunset : WEST
28. Swapped : TRADED
29. Sheik's bevy : HAREM
30. And others: Abbr. : ETC
34. Facility : EASE
35. Gillette brand : ATRA
36. Wacko : KOOK
38. Problem with an old sofa : SAG
40. Hollywood hopefuls : STARLETS
43. Resentment : PIQUE
45. "Li'l ___" (Al Capp strip) : ABNER
48. Springlike : VERNAL
49. "Phèdre" playwright : RACINE
50. Final approval : SAYSO
51. Custer cluster : TROOP
52. Entertain : AMUSE
56. Kind of history : ORAL
57. For men only : STAG
58. Studebaker's fill-up, maybe : ESSO
59. Daffy Duck or Porky Pig : TOON
60. Continental currency : EURO
61. Those: Sp. : ESAS
63. Eggs : OVA

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