New York Times, Monday, March 28, 2011

Author: Robyn Weintraub
Editor: Will Shortz
Robyn Weintraub
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 37 Missing: {JQZ} This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Weintraub. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2011, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pisa has a leaning one : TOWER
6. Landlocked African country : MALI
10. Numbskull : BOOB
14. Wear away : ERODE
15. With 8-Down, "Shane" star : ALAN
16. Zenith : ACME
17. Expert : MAVEN
18. Much-used dinnerware : OLDDISHES
20. More than sufficient : PLENTY
22. Branch off : DIVERGE
23. Disaster preparedness org. : FEMA
26. Move to another location, as in a restaurant : RESEAT
27. Centers of casino action : POKERTABLES
32. Force out of the country : EXILE
33. Apple computer : IMAC
34. Fawn's father : STAG
38. Food thrown to lions : REDMEAT
40. Height : STATURE
42. Control+Z on a PC : UNDO
43. Scottish caps : TAMS
45. Add up : TOTAL
46. Places to drink and play darts : BRITISHPUBS
48. Spanish discoverer of the Pacific, 1513 : BALBOA
52. It may be lifted at a wedding : VEIL
53. Loving : ADORING
55. 2001's "Ocean's Eleven" or 2010's "The Karate Kid" : REMAKE
60. They're shrugged : SHOULDERS
63. Voice below alto : TENOR
64. Diplomat Annan : KOFI
65. Fairy tale starter : ONCE
66. Playground retort : ISTOO
67. Copiers do it : SCAN
68. Black-hearted : MEAN
69. Things that 18-, 27-, 46- and 60-Across may have : CHIPS
1. It may be measured in F. or C. : TEMP
2. Spoken : ORAL
3. Used a loom : WOVE
4. Genesis garden : EDEN
5. Like living with Mom and Dad, perhaps : RENTFREE
6. China's ___ Zedong : MAO
7. Completely : ALL
8. See 15-Across : LADD
9. Not as the crow flies : INDIRECT
10. First, second, third and home : BASES
11. Yellowish shade : OCHRE
12. Alpha's opposite : OMEGA
13. Assail : BESET
19. St. ___, place in a children's rhyme : IVES
21. "You ain't seen nothin' ___!" : YET
24. Tiki bar order : MAITAI
25. Defensive weapon, for short : ABM
27. Land conquered by Conquistadors : PERU
28. Yoked pair : OXEN
29. English pirate captain : KIDD
30. Tickle Me ___ : ELMO
31. TV collie : LASSIE
34. "Freeze!" : STOP
35. Ballerina's skirt : TUTU
36. Bedouin, e.g. : ARAB
37. Dippity-do and others : GELS
39. Haphazardly : ATRANDOM
41. Part of N.C.A.A. : ATHLETIC
44. "Yo! ___ Raps" : MTV
46. Heat to 212° : BOIL
47. Title for Walter Scott : SIR
48. Lies in the sun : BASKS
49. Kind of committee : ADHOC
50. Natural scrubber : LOOFA
51. Boston N.H.L.'er : BRUIN
54. Chromosome part : GENE
56. Fit together : MESH
57. Prefix with disestablishmentarianism : ANTI
58. Surgeon general under Reagan : KOOP
59. Cupid, to the Greeks : EROS
61. Zenith competitor : RCA
62. U.S. legislator with a six-yr. term : SEN

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