New York Times, Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Author: Levi Denham
Editor: Will Shortz
Levi Denham
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36 Missing: {KQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Denham. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Place to wash up : BASIN
6. Robert Burns, e.g. : SCOT
10. 33 1/3 and 45, for short : RPMS
14. Lawn care brand : ORTHO
15. Hotel waiter? : TAXI
16. Flier to Tel Aviv : ELAL
17. Receiver of 19.7 million votes in 1992 : PEROT
18. Like birthday cakes : ICED
19. Hawaii Five-O crimefighter, informally : DANO
20. Game : UPFORANYTHING
23. Time Warner subsidiary : CNN
25. In addition : ALSO
26. Smidgens : IOTAS
27. Consideration : REGARD
29. Number of service aces, e.g. : STAT
31. One targeted by military police : AWOL
32. Romeo, to Juliet : SUITOR
35. Full complement of toes : TEN
38. Set : STUBBORNASAMULE
41. Hooch hound : SOT
42. Drafting class supplies : RULERS
43. Port on a lake of the same name : ERIE
44. Units for measuring wire : MILS
45. Brand of liqueur : PERNOD
47. Follow, as advice : ACTON
50. Parking spot for Santa : ROOF
52. Pigpen : STY
53. Match : THEPERFECTFIT
57. Farrier's file : RASP
58. Away from the wind : ALEE
59. Mentally acute : AGILE
62. Any of the Bahamas : ISLE
63. Web-oriented programming language : JAVA
64. Cokes and Pepsis : COLAS
65. ___ moss : PEAT
66. "You got that right!" : AMEN
67. Put up : ERECT
1. Jazz style : BOP
2. "___ you nuts?" : ARE
3. Debilitated from drugs or alcohol : STRUNGOUT
4. 24-hour breakfast place : IHOP
5. Close : NOTFAR
6. Awakens : STIRS
7. Chocolate source : CACAO
8. Plow pullers : OXEN
9. Shipshape : TIDY
10. More than popular : REDHOT
11. Braid : PLAIT
12. Food from heaven : MANNA
13. Drudges : SLOGS
21. King Cole, in a nursery rhyme : OLDSOUL
22. Papal crown : TIARA
23. Boorish : CRASS
24. Unfamiliar with : NEWTO
28. It's between Sask. and B.C. : ALB
29. Any Wimbledon winner, in the tennis world : STAR
30. Hooch hound : TOSSPOT
33. Some modern addresses, for short : URLS
34. Constant follower? : INE
35. Subway entrance : TURNSTILE
36. "Silas Marner" author : ELIOT
37. Penniless : NEEDY
39. Pickling liquid : BRINE
40. Debussy's "La ___" : MER
44. Young child, affectionately : MOPPET
46. Wipe out : EFFACE
47. "What ___!" ("Far out!") : ATRIP
48. Citibank competitor : CHASE
49. Wireless communication pioneer : TESLA
50. Superman player : REEVE
51. ___ crossing : OCEAN
54. Delhi prince : RAJA
55. Humbug : FLAM
56. Composer Stravinsky : IGOR
60. Fond du ___, Wis. : LAC
61. Not an exact fig. : EST

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