New York Times, Monday, April 19, 2010

Author: Randy Sowell
Editor: Will Shortz
Randy Sowell
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 20 for Mr. Sowell. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Noisy bird : MACAW
6. "___ the night before ..." : TWAS
10. Exhilaration : GLEE
14. Ninth planet no more : PLUTO
15. Days of King Arthur's Round Table, e.g. : YORE
16. Any brother in "Animal Crackers" : MARX
17. Broadway lyricist/composer who wrote "I Can Get It for You Wholesale" : HAROLDROME
19. Amo, amas, ___ : AMAT
20. Opposite of melted : FROZE
21. Make ___ for (advocate) : ACASE
22. California wine county : SONOMA
26. Whoop : YELL
28. Buddhist sect : ZEN
29. Gas log fuel : PROPANE
31. Certify (to) : ATTEST
33. Virginia-born Pulitzer Prize novelist of 1942 : ELLENGLASGOW
36. Actress Cannon : DYAN
37. Three ___ match : ONA
38. "Anybody home? ... home? ... home? ..." : ECHO
42. "God Bless America" composer : IRVINGBERLIN
47. Drink that might come with a mint leaf : ICETEA
50. Japanese site of the 1972 Winter Olympics : SAPPORO
51. Lon ___ of Cambodia : NOL
52. Greek portico : STOA
55. "You said it, ___!" : SISTER
56. Elite roster : ALIST
58. Cook, as steaks in an oven : BROIL
60. Indy 500, e.g. : RACE
61. "The Call of the Wild" author : JACKLONDON
66. Chief Norse god : ODIN
67. The "A" in U.S.A.: Abbr. : AMER
68. Seeing Eye dog, e.g. : GUIDE
69. Light bulb unit : WATT
70. Nothing, in Juárez : NADA
71. Pegasus, e.g. : STEED
1. Speedometer reading: Abbr. : MPH
2. ___ carte : ALA
3. Dog prone to biting : CUR
4. From ___ Z : ATO
5. One who changes form during a full moon : WOLFMAN
6. Beginner : TYRO
7. Mentally unclear : WOOZY
8. French military force : ARMEE
9. Go out with : SEE
10. Auto financing inits. : GMAC
11. Childbirth training method : LAMAZE
12. Undoes pencil marks : ERASES
13. Scope : EXTENT
18. Sturm und ___ : DRANG
21. Kind of sax : ALTO
22. Hurried : SPED
23. Paris suburb : ORLY
24. Theme song of bandleader Vincent Lopez : NOLA
25. Gift-giver's urging : OPENIT
27. Fall behind : LAG
30. "The Time Machine" people : ELOI
32. Dweebs : TWERPS
34. The Beach Boys' "Barbara ___" : ANN
35. Is low around the waist, as pants : SAGS
39. Blood circulation problem : CLOT
40. Put on the payroll : HIRE
41. ___ off (light switch options) : ONOR
43. Remainder : REST
44. Industrial container : VAT
45. Pesto seasoning : BASIL
46. Ends of some novels : EPILOGS
47. Lined up : INAROW
48. Piña ___ : COLADA
49. Bring out : ELICIT
53. First president born in Hawaii : OBAMA
54. Followed a curved path : ARCED
57. E-mail folder : SENT
59. Gumbo pod : OKRA
61. First mo. : JAN
62. Hickory ___ : NUT
63. What immortals never do : DIE
64. Shelley's "___ to the West Wind" : ODE
65. ___ Flanders of "The Simpsons" : NED

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