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New York Times, Monday, April 22, 2013

Author: Allan E. Parrish
Editor: Will Shortz
Allan E. Parrish
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 35 for Mr. Parrish. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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1. 1200, on a monument : MCC
4. ___ the Red : ERIC
8. Born first : ELDEST
14. Designation for some batteries and minor-leaguers : AAA
15. The "M" in S.M.U.: Abbr. : METH
16. Subject to damages : LIABLE
17. Basic education trio : RRR
18. Louisville Slugger, e.g. : BASEBALLBAT
20. Apartment dweller's agreement : LEASE
22. Small bed : COT
23. Write on stone, say : ETCH
24. Wager that's not made at the site of the race : OFFTRACKBET
28. Eisenhower, informally : IKE
29. "Alas!" : WOEISME
30. "Take me ___ am" : ASI
31. Architect Mies van ___ Rohe : DER
32. Once, in former times : ERST
33. "I know what you're thinking" ability, in brief : ESP
35. Wails : KEENS
37. Hole-positioning gadget : CENTERBIT
41. Menotti's "___ and the Night Visitors" : AMAHL
44. Fifth or Madison, in N.Y.C. : AVE
45. Deal (with) : COPE
49. Computer grouping, for short : LAN
50. Color : HUE
53. Enters slowly : EASESIN
55. Lyricist Gershwin : IRA
56. Automated Web program : INTERNETBOT
58. Vitriol : BILE
60. Dress (up) : TOG
61. Teatime biscuit : SCONE
62. By no means : ANYTHINGBUT
66. One of Gen. Lee's force : REB
67. Outdid : BESTED
68. Seep : OOZE
69. Omaha's home: Abbr. : NEB
70. Vein's counterpart : ARTERY
71. ___ and polish : SPIT
72. Before, to poets : ERE
1. Philip ___, "The Big Sleep" sleuth : MARLOWE
2. Be fond of : CAREFOR
3. Wine containers : CARAFES
4. Campfire remnants : EMBERS
5. Actor Stephen : REA
6. "___ about time!" : ITS
7. Chess declaration : CHECK
8. Thrills : ELATES
9. Rapper ___ Jon : LIL
10. Racer Earnhardt : DALE
11. Time when the water's low : EBBTIDE
12. Lose tautness : SLACKEN
13. Restraining ropes : TETHERS
19. ___ Fett ("Star Wars" villain) : BOBA
21. Do needlework : STITCH
25. "You said it, brother!" : AMEN
26. "___ la vie" : CEST
27. Kind of torch at a luau : TIKI
34. Split ___ soup : PEA
36. Yadda yadda yadda : ETCETC
38. K-12, in education lingo : ELHI
39. Winnebago owner, briefly : RVER
40. Noggin : BEAN
41. "Open sesame" sayer : ALIBABA
42. Seafarer : MARINER
43. Stock market expert : ANALYST
46. "One of Us" singer Joan : OSBORNE
47. Daniel Boone, notably : PIONEER
48. Ugandan site of a 1976 Israeli rescue : ENTEBBE
51. In need of straightening up : UNTIDY
52. English institution since 1440 : ETON
54. Six-line poem : SESTET
57. Certain frozen waffles : EGGOS
59. Suffix with kitchen : ETTE
63. Old what's-___-name : HER
64. Jazz style : BOP
65. Israeli weapon : UZI

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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