New York Times, Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Author: David Kwong
Editor: Will Shortz
David Kwong
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: none – this is a pangram Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Kwong. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. From now on : HENCE
6. Brewery supply : HOPS
10. Pound sterling : QUID
14. Honolulu's ___ Tower : ALOHA
15. Inner: Prefix : ENTO
16. "Go back," on an edit menu : UNDO
17. Strike : MILITARYASSAULT
20. Suffix with symptom : ATIC
21. Rangers, on a sports ticker : TEX
22. "Save Me" singer Mann : AIMEE
23. Search for : SEEKOUT
25. Memo abbr. : ATTN
27. Strike : LABORPROTEST
32. Braid : PLAIT
35. Airs now : ISON
36. Lobster eater's wear : BIB
37. Carnival follower : LENT
38. Famed batter in an 1888 poem : CASEY
40. Sometimes-saturated substances : FATS
41. Lansing-to-Flint dir. : ENE
42. Seldom seen : RARE
43. Try to corner the market on : BUYUP
44. Strike : BOWLINGSCORE
48. Dairy section selection : OLEO
49. Take a good look at : ANALYZE
53. Bit of wisdom : ADAGE
56. Slow-pitch path : ARC
57. Rich soil : LOAM
58. Result of three strikes for 38-Across : NOJOYINMUDVILLE
62. Patron saint of Norway : OLAF
63. Bucks' mates : DOES
64. Printing press part : INKER
65. Feudal worker : SERF
66. River through Florence : ARNO
67. Like dorm rooms, often : MESSY
1. Radical Mideast group : HAMAS
2. Best of the best : ELITE
3. "And that's the truth!" : NOLIE
4. Women's fiction, slangily : CHICKLIT
5. Use knife and fork, say : EAT
6. Regarding this point : HERETO
7. Jet-black gem : ONYX
8. School grp. : PTA
9. "Help!" at sea : SOS
10. Like many shops at Disneyland : QUAINT
11. One in a mint? : UNUM
12. Not active : IDLE
13. Lavish affection (on) : DOTE
18. "... three men in ___" : ATUB
19. Squelched : SATON
24. ___ Chex : OAT
25. Religious mosaic locale : APSE
26. Where Paris took Helen : TROY
28. Gets up : RISES
29. Cyberspace marketplace : EBAY
30. In ___ (as found) : SITU
31. Dosage amt. : TBSP
32. Commoner : PLEB
33. TV host with a college degree in speech therapy : LENO
34. From the top : ANEW
38. Punish, in a way : CANE
39. Golden Fleece ship : ARGO
40. Gas tank-to-engine connector : FUELLINE
42. N.B.A. coach Pat : RILEY
43. Item with straps : BRA
45. Leave a Web page, perhaps : LOGOFF
46. David of "CSI: Miami" : CARUSO
47. One way to store data : ONCD
50. Whites' counterparts : YOLKS
51. Big name in jewelry : ZALES
52. Tip reducer? : EMERY
53. Calendario units : ANOS
54. McCain : 2008 :: ___ : 1996 : DOLE
55. Nearly shut : AJAR
56. Service closer : AMEN
59. Muckraker Tarbell : IDA
60. And not : NOR
61. Energy : VIM

Answer summary: 5 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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