New York Times, Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 176 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Explorers on a hwy., e.g. : SUVS
5. ___ soup (starter at a Japanese restaurant) : MISO
9. Cops, in slang ... or a hint to this puzzle's theme : FIVEO
14. Made quickly, as a meal : WHIPPEDUP
16. Indo-European : ARYAN
17. Up-to-date : AUCOURANT
18. Singer Bonnie : RAITT
19. Gas bill unit : THERM
20. Gershwin's "Concerto ___" : INF
22. Medical research agcy. : NIH
23. Brut or Paco Rabanne : EAUDECOLOGNE
28. Physical reactions? : AHS
31. Pro wrestling move : SLAM
32. Informal British term of address : GUV
33. Schreiber of "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" : LIEV
35. New Haven collegians : ELIS
37. Gold-medal gymnast Comaneci : NADIA
41. Browning opening line preceding "Now that April's there" : OHTOBEINENGLAND
44. 1900 Puccini premiere : TOSCA
45. Look : SEEM
46. Site of Zeno's teaching : STOA
47. Civil War prez : ABE
49. Natasha's refusal : NYET
51. Whichever : ANY
52. Be indebted to the I.R.S. : OWEBACKTAXES
57. Jap. computer giant : NEC
58. Took home the gold : WON
59. Spirit of a group : ETHOS
63. "Welcome to Maui!" : ALOHA
65. Willa Cather novel : OPIONEERS
69. "So what else ___?" : ISNEW
70. Computer setup to facilitate instant messaging : BUDDYLIST
71. Mary's upstairs neighbor, in 1970s TV : RHODA
72. Floored it : SPED
73. Lover boy? : EROS
1. Sultan of ___ (Babe Ruth) : SWAT
2. "No way, no how" : UHUH
3. Gambling or drinking : VICE
4. Fungus production : SPORE
5. Sea, to Cousteau : MER
6. Civil rights advocate ___ B. Wells : IDA
7. Light from above : SUN
8. Eye-related : OPTIC
9. Widespread : FARFLUNG
10. Nest egg for old age, in brief : IRA
11. Competing : VYING
12. Have dinner at home : EATIN
13. Words before rocks, ropes or run : ONTHE
15. Alternative to Nikes : PUMAS
21. Eggy drink : NOG
24. Beekeeper of filmdom : ULEE
25. Some Surrealist paintings : DALIS
26. Distinguished : EMINENT
27. Egg shapes : OVALS
28. Gazillions : ALOT
29. Bygone cracker brand : HIHO
30. Squash match units : SETS
34. Lexicon contents, for short : VOCAB
36. "Adios!" : SEEYA
38. Facts and figures : DATA
39. Privy to : INON
40. The Beatles' "___ in the Life" : ADAY
42. Gilda Radner character : BABAWAWA
43. Ariz. neighbor : NMEX
48. Prefix with friendly : ECO
50. Wee : TEENY
52. Broadcasting now : ONAIR
53. Like the name "Bryn Mawr" : WELSH
54. ___ Lodge : ECONO
55. Door handles : KNOBS
56. Inscribed pillar : STELE
60. Prince, e.g. : HEIR
61. Roughly : ORSO
62. Former fast jets : SSTS
64. "I knew a man Bojangles and ___ dance for you ..." : HED
66. Young dog : PUP
67. Chemical suffix : IDE
68. Like 1, 3, 5, 7 ... : ODD

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