New York Times, Thursday, April 11, 2013

Author: Jim Hilger
Editor: Will Shortz
Jim Hilger
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 35 Missing: {JKQXZ} This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Hilger. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

JimH notes: I've highlighted the wraparound sunglasses. Each breaks on a different letter.
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© 2013, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Sidewalk stand offerings : ADES
5. Pin, say : ATTACH
11. Pale wood : ASH
14. Ruler of Gallia and Britannia, once : ROMA
15. G.M.C. truck : SIERRA
16. Oven cleaner component : LYE
17. Not yet out of the running : INIT
18. With 61-Across, some beachwear ... which literally can be found five times in this puzzle : WRAPAROUND
20. Passing remarks? : EULOGIES
22. Long-lasting living room illuminator : GASLOG
23. Squealer's place : STY
24. Judge's repeated cry : ORDER
26. Hue : SHADE
27. Vote : POLL
29. Mrs. Gorbachev : RAISA
31. Went off one's rocker? : STOOD
33. Greek consonants : PSIS
34. Alternative to an ellipsis, maybe : ETC
37. Lose heart : DESPAIR
39. "War and Peace" heroine : NATASHA
42. Opposite of 31-Across : SAT
43. Digging too deep : NOSY
45. A lot : OFTEN
46. Archie Bunker, e.g. : BIGOT
48. Self-referential, in modern lingo : META
49. James Woods's voice role in "Hercules" : HADES
52. Like South Korea vis-à-vis North Korea : FREER
54. College degs. : BAS
57. Compacts produced until 2004 : ALEROS
59. City with the slogan "Step Into the Real Texas" : AMARILLO
61. See 18-Across : SUNGLASSES
63. Way of thinking : VIEW
64. "I really didn't need to hear all that," in texts : TMI
65. Pump option : DIESEL
66. Villa d'___ : ESTE
67. Suffix with govern : ESS
68. Queen of mystery : ELLERY
69. Sprat relative : SHAD
1. Neighbor of Perseus, in the night sky : ARIES
2. Coffee go-with : DONUT
3. Adviser on dos and don'ts : EMILYPOST
4. 1974 Peace Nobelist : SATO
5. Spiraling : ASWIRL
6. Spent : TIRED
7. Quick promos : TEASERS
8. Dada pioneer : ARP
9. Climber's handhold : CRAG
10. Hound : HARASS
11. Gene Vincent's "Be-Bop-___" : ALULA
12. Council of clergy : SYNOD
13. Privacy provider, of a sort : HEDGE
19. Dept. of Labor division : OSHA
21. "A Woman Called ___" (Ingrid Bergman's final film) : GOLDA
25. Wet : RAINY
28. Alley ___ : OOP
30. "When ___ good time?" : ISA
31. Radical '60s org. : SDS
32. Subject of a 1773 Act of Parliament : TEA
33. Trial print : PROOF
34. Form : ESTABLISH
35. With 36-Down, jail, slangily : THE
36. See 35-Down : CAN
38. Suffix with govern : ING
40. "___ is human ..." : TOERR
41. Away from the bow : AFT
44. Thüringen thoroughfare : STRASSE
46. It may come off the shelf : BERG
47. Wagner opera heroine : ISOLDE
48. Insubstantial : MEASLY
49. Something you might make if you're behind schedule? : HASTE
50. Some reuners : ALUMS
51. Patron saint of France : DENIS
53. Arab sovereign: Var. : EMEER
55. Prince Valiant's love : ALETA
56. Scattered : SOWED
58. Windmill arm : SAIL
60. Saint of a children's rhyme : IVES
62. Soissons seasoning : SEL

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