New York Times, Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Author: Peter A. Collins
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 33 for Mr. Collins. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Go over the wall, maybe : ESCAPE
7. Asia's Trans ___ Range : ALAI
11. "Great" creature : APE
14. Peter Pan lost his : SHADOW
15. Serenades the moon : BAYS
16. Either of two A's rivals : SOX
17. Word after yes or no : SIRREE
18. Ancient concert halls : ODEA
19. Don Ho adornment : LEI
20. Wagner's earth goddess : ERDA
21. Conveyances at 40-Across : RIVERBOATS
24. Revue bits : SKITS
26. Nintendo's Super ___ : NES
27. Collagist Max : ERNST
28. Some tides : NEAPS
30. 1936 foe of Franklin D. : ALF
31. Beaufort ___, area above Alaska : SEA
33. Prickly plants : BRIARS
36. "Voice of Israel" author : EBAN
40. City with a landmark spelled out by the circled letters, reading left to right : STLOUISMISSOURI
43. Former Wall St. letters : NASD
44. Thoroughly frustrate : STYMIE
45. Early seventh-century year : DCX
46. ___-pah band : OOM
48. Holiday visitor, maybe : INLAW
50. Org. headquartered on N.Y.C.'s First Avenue : THEUN
53. Part of B.Y.O.B. : OWN
55. Letter before beth : ALEPH
58. 1904 event at 40-Across : WORLDSFAIR
61. Coin with the words REPVBBLICA ITALIANA : LIRA
62. One may stand in it : AWE
63. Needle holder : ETUI
64. Problem drinker, e.g. : ABUSER
66. Actor Cage, familiarly : NIC
67. Project, as a 14-Across : CAST
68. Arm-twisting : DURESS
69. Come down with : GET
70. See 65-Down : KNEE
71. Soviet agcy. in Bond novels : SMERSH
1. Slalom maneuvers : ESSES
2. Dodge, as a duty : SHIRK
3. Pro team in 40-Across : CARDINALS
4. Madison Ave. cost : ADRATE
5. Creator of Roderick Usher : POE
6. Basin go-with : EWER
7. Superior to : ABOVE
8. Does dock work : LADES
9. Yesterday, in the Yucatán : AYER
10. Juan Perón's third wife : ISABEL
11. Narnia lion : ASLAN
12. 5-Down and others : POETS
13. Be : EXIST
22. Refuse to bend : INSIST
23. Monteverdi opera partly set in the underworld : ORFEO
25. "Elephant Boy" boy : SABU
29. Spectrum-forming solid : PRISM
30. Words after ugly or guilty : ASSIN
31. Govt.-issued ID : SSN
32. Info from the cockpit, for short : ETA
34. "Rehab" singer Winehouse : AMY
35. Adriatic Riviera city : RIMINI
37. Brand associated with 40-Across : BUDWEISER
38. ___ cosine : ARC
39. Shoot down : NIX
41. Two-time N.L. batting champ Lefty : ODOUL
42. Emmy winner Ward : SELA
47. Next in the order : ONDECK
49. Cafe aroma, say : ALLURE
50. Vocal nasality : TWANG
51. TV host Mandel : HOWIE
52. Way to stand : ERECT
53. Worth having : OFUSE
54. Ralph of "The Waltons" : WAITE
56. Defensive strategy in basketball : PRESS
57. Like Russian winters : HARSH
59. Ollie's partner : STAN
60. X-ray dosage units : RADS
65. With 70-Across, cause of a limp : BUM

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