New York Times, Saturday, March 4, 2006

Author: Bob Peoples
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Peoples
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 26 Missing: {JZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 35 for Mr. Peoples. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Working together : INCAHOOTS
10. Level connectors : RAMPS
15. Ready to take off : AIRWORTHY
16. Arita porcelain : IMARI
17. Dig in one's heels : STANDFIRM
18. Risk : PERIL
19. N.Y.C. subway line : IRT
20. "The X-Files" org. : SETI
21. The "R" in Edward R. Murrow : ROSCOE
22. Cleaner : MAID
24. Item with a long spout : OILCAN
26. It follows directions : ERN
27. Plains natives : OTOES
29. Schedule : SLOT
30. Sheet of matted fabric used in quilting : BATT
31. Staging area for the Crusades : VENICE
33. Post-accident inquiry : AREYOUOK
35. Dated database : CARDINDEX
37. Rare occasion : BLUEMOON
40. King's bane : RACISM
44. Abu ___, first Muslim caliph, 632-34 : BAKR
45. Turns down : DIMS
47. Drug agent : NARCO
48. Part of the sch. year : QTR
49. Tick off : DETAIL
51. Stage lead : REIN
52. Vegetable holder : PEAPOD
54. Depilation brand : NEET
56. Common gift of welcome : LEI
57. Newswoman Gwen : IFILL
58. Frequent raid target : PIGGYBANK
60. View : TENET
61. Green light : CLEARANCE
62. Beginnings : SEEDS
63. Really big job : TALLORDER
1. 1994 literary autobiography whose first chapter is titled "Infant Prodigy?" : IASIMOV
2. River pollutant : NITRATE
3. Meal replaced by M.R.E.'s : CRATION
4. Grass part : AWN
5. Bricklayers' equipment : HODS
6. Monteverdi opera : ORFEO
7. Common childhood malady : OTITIS
8. Epic 1975 showdown, popularly : THRILLAINMANILA
9. N, O or P, in chem. : SYM
10. Bad-mouth : RIPON
11. Rachel of "General Hospital" : AMES
12. "Art of silence" performer : MARCEAU
13. Ahead of : PRIORTO
14. Start to knit : SILENTK
21. Very violent, say : RATEDR
23. Ethylene glycol product : DEICER
25. Chip ingredient : CORN
28. Hustle : SCAM
30. Railyard sight : BOXCAR
32. Lost ground : ERODED
34. Birth : YEAN
36. "Act!" : DOIT
37. Grill sites, briefly : BBQPITS
38. Visa charge : LATEFEE
39. Largest country wholly in Europe : UKRAINE
41. Ignis fatuus, the fair maid of ___ : IRELAND
42. Learning : SCIENCE
43. Handle : MONIKER
46. Don who directed "Invasion of the Body Snatchers," 1956 : SIEGEL
49. Idiots : DOLTS
50. Copier setting : LEGAL
53. Responded in court : PLED
55. Trainee : TYRO
58. Loan figure: Abbr. : PCT
59. Except for : BAR

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