New York Times, Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 192 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Web programmer's medium : HTML
5. Telly network : BBC
8. Hunter who wrote "The Blackboard Jungle" : EVAN
12. Grammy winner India.___ : ARIE
13. Glowing rings : AURAE
15. Prop for Houdini : CAGE
16. Subject for a Degas painting : DANCECLASS
18. Patron saint of Norway : OLAV
19. Complete train wreck, in Southern slang : HOTMESS
20. "Gimme ___!" : FIVE
21. Bedsheets and such : LINEN
24. Not in stock, but coming : ONORDER
26. Prize higher than plata or bronce : ORO
27. Stable father figure? : SIRE
31. ___ lot (gorged oneself) : ATEA
32. Software prototype : BETA
34. ___ bene : NOTA
36. Has no stomach for : HATES
39. Classic Xavier Cugat song ... or a hint to the invitation in the circled letters : ONETWOTHREEKICK
42. Field on screen : SALLY
43. R&B singer Peniston : CECE
44. Unaccompanied performances : SOLI
45. Impart : LEND
47. Like some vowels and pants : LONG
49. "Platoon" setting, informally : NAM
50. Fast-food franchise with a game piece in its logo : DOMINOS
53. Locales for crow's-nests : MASTS
55. Those, to Teodoro : ESOS
56. Parody singer Yankovic : WEIRDAL
60. Rebuke to a traitor : ETTU
61. Snaking, like the arrangement of circled letters in this puzzle : SERPENTINE
65. Rudolph and kin : DEER
66. Paraffin-coated Dutch imports : EDAMS
67. Periodic table info: Abbr. : ATNO
68. Dover delicacy : SOLE
69. Prefix with functional : DYS
70. Host Mike of the Discovery Channel's "Dirty Jobs" : ROWE
1. Feasted on : HAD
2. "La-la" lead-in : TRA
3. Least fig. : MIN
4. Milk, to Manuel : LECHE
5. Scottish slope : BRAE
6. Banquo, in Verdi's "Macbeth" : BASSO
7. Aircraft division of Textron : CESSNA
8. Green nuts? : ECOFREAKS
9. Parking amenities : VALIDATIONS
10. Tequila source : AGAVE
11. "In your dreams!" : NEVER
13. Malfunction, with "up" : ACT
14. German city on the Danube : ULM
17. Time immemorial : EONS
21. University of New Mexico team : LOBOS
22. Grantorto's victim in "The Faerie Queene" : IRENA
23. Secret rendezvous point : NOTELLMOTEL
25. "The wearin' ___ green" : OTHE
28. Queen of Thebes, in myth : INO
29. Sgt.'s program : ROTC
30. Bluesy Waters : ETHEL
33. Idle : ATLEISURE
35. "With the bow," to a violinist : ARCO
37. Razzle-dazzle : ECLAT
38. Removes cream from : SKIMS
40. Vegas casino magnate Steve : WYNN
41. Bard's nightfall : EEN
46. Used a divining rod : DOWSED
48. Gangbuster : GMAN
50. Some Monopoly cards : DEEDS
51. Prefix with arthritis : OSTEO
52. Zero-star, say : SEEDY
54. Wedding day destination : ALTAR
57. Some investments, for short : IRAS
58. 45 letters : RPM
59. ___ Moines : DES
62. "What am ___ do?" : ITO
63. San Antonio-to-Amarillo dir. : NNW
64. Abbr. in a job ad : EOE

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later.

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