New York Times, Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Author: Ed Stein and Paula Gamache
Editor: Will Shortz
Ed Stein
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Paula Gamache
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1.58431

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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 37 Missing: {JKQX} Featured Will Shortz favorite This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Stein. This is puzzle # 42 for Ms. Gamache. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2009, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Frog-dissecting class: Abbr. : BIOL
5. "Ship of Fools" painter : BOSCH
10. Riot queller : MACE
14. Pink, maybe : RARE
15. Lawn care brand : ORTHO
16. "Such a pity" : ALAS
17. Slate, e.g. : EMAG
18. Where was the Battle of Bunker Hill fought? : BREEDSHILL
20. Makes invalid : ANNULS
22. California Indian tribe: Var. : WASHO
23. Seminary teaching : DOGMA
24. Drain : SAP
25. Cousin of a cat's-eye : AGATE
29. What animal does a bulldogger throw? : STEER
30. Drop ___ (moon) : TROU
32. Soprano Gluck : ALMA
33. Get copy right : EDIT
35. Money : TENDER
37. In what country are Panama hats made? : ECUADOR
41. What is George Eliot's given name? : MARYANN
42. It'll keep the home fires burning : GASLOG
43. Queens's ___ Stadium : ASHE
44. Seed cover : ARIL
45. Golfer Ballesteros : SEVE
47. From what animals do we get catgut? : SHEEP
52. Smallest : LEAST
54. Soft shoe, briefly : MOC
55. Part of São Paulo : TILDE
56. Column style : IONIC
58. Putting up the greatest affront : RUDEST
59. In what country are Chinese gooseberries produced? : NEWZEALAND
63. Times to call, in some want ads : EVES
64. Unoccupied : FREE
65. Deejay's interest, typically : SIDEA
66. Port opener? : HELI
67. Family dogs, for short : LABS
68. Very funny happenings : HOOTS
69. The "I" in M.I.T.: Abbr. : INST
1. Challah and baguettes : BREADS
2. "You are so!" preceder : IAMNOT
3. What color is the black box in a commercial jet? : ORANGE
4. Pea, for one : LEGUME
5. Short cuts : BOBS
6. Bruins' retired "4" : ORR
7. What is actor Stewart Granger's family name? : STEWART
8. For next to nothing, in slang : CHEAPO
9. Brick carriers : HODS
10. Reddish brown : MAHOGANY
11. Clay, today : ALI
12. "Silent" prez : CAL
13. Adult ed. class, often : ESL
19. ___ Na Na : SHA
21. Rio Grande port : LAREDO
24. Recipe verb : STIR
26. "M*A*S*H" star : ALDA
27. Eliot Ness and others : TMEN
28. Bring home : EARN
31. The California gull is the state bird of which state? : UTAH
34. For what animals are the Canary Islands named? : DOGS
36. 1974 Mocedades hit : ERESTU
37. Not différent : EGAL
38. ___ package : CARE
39. Former Voice of America org. : USIA
40. Nobody too big or too small, on a sign : ALLSIZES
41. Fraction of a tick: Abbr. : MSEC
43. What kind of fruit is an alligator pear? : AVOCADO
46. Actor Estevez : EMILIO
48. Cab Calloway phrase : HIDEHI
49. How many colleges are in the Big Ten? : ELEVEN
50. Ford failures : EDSELS
51. Take care of a neighbor's dog, say : PETSIT
53. Piggy : TOE
57. He wrote "If called by a panther, / Don't anther" : NASH
58. Nutritional amts. : RDAS
59. Cowboys' org. : NFL
60. Cold war ___ : ERA
61. Site for a site : WEB
62. Site for a site : NET

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