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New York Times, Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Author: Severin T. Nelson
Editor: Will Shortz
Severin T. Nelson
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 80, Blocks: 38 Missing: {FQXZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Nelson NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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1. Some call it "pop" : SODA
5. Marsh : BOG
8. One of the four seasons : SUMMER
14. Say grace, e.g. : PRAY
15. Santa ___ winds : ANA
16. Sad, in Paris : TRISTE
17. Croupier's tool : RAKE
18. Butterfly catcher : NET
19. Provides with a quality : ENDUES
20. Midori on the ice : ITO
21. Go over : REHEARSE
23. ___ Dame : NOTRE
25. Bone: Prefix : OSSE
26. Saintly glow : AURA
30. Many a benevolent organization : GRANTOR
32. Nicolas who painted "The Four Seasons" : POUSSIN
34. "When out on the lawn there ___ such a clatter ..." : AROSE
36. Wing: Prefix : PTERO
37. Prefix with proliferation : NON
40. Tendency to remain unchanged : INERTIA
43. Stimpy's TV pal : REN
44. City south of Kyiv : ODESA
46. Los Angeles's ___ Museum : GETTY
48. Antonio who composed "The Four Seasons" : VIVALDI
51. Longtime Cardinals manager Tony : LARUSSA
55. Freshly : ANEW
56. Overhang : EAVE
58. Yale who endowed Yale : ELIHU
59. It might have many suckers : TENTACLE
62. "Dig in!" : EAT
63. Actors Bateman and Statham : JASONS
66. Dweller along the Mekong : LAO
67. Language of Pakistan : URDU
68. Friend of Jerry and George on TV : ELAINE
69. Something you might trip on : LSD
70. High school's crowning event? : PROM
71. One of the four seasons : WINTER
72. Ore suffix : ITE
73. Cut, as logs : SAWN
1. One of the four seasons : SPRING
2. Keynote speaker, e.g. : ORATOR
3. Territory divided into two states : DAKOTA
4. Sailor's yes : AYE
5. ___ of one's existence : BANE
6. Insignificant, in a way : ONEHORSE
7. Bill who co-owns the Four Seasons hotel company : GATES
8. Two-channel : STEREO
9. Vases : URNS
10. Home of many early civilizations : MIDEAST
11. The Spartans of the N.C.A.A. : MSU
12. One of the four seasons, in France : ETE
13. ___ ipsa loquitur : RES
21. Possible result of a hung jury : RETRIAL
22. Egyptian snake : ASP
24. Genetic material : RNA
27. Addict : USER
28. Laugh, in Lille : RIRE
29. Soon : ANON
31. Suffix with ball : OON
33. Like some cats in need of rescue : UPATREE
35. Work unit : ERG
37. Long-running PBS science series : NOVA
38. Father of Thor : ODIN
39. Actress Campbell : NEVE
41. Put on the air : TELECAST
42. Call ___ day : ITA
45. Assured something's completion : SAWTOIT
47. Brynner of Broadway : YUL
49. Not so smart : DENSER
50. "Am ___ risk?" : IAT
52. S, in a phonetic alphabet : SIERRA
53. It's seen on a sundial : SHADOW
54. One of the four seasons : AUTUMN
57. Frankie of the Four Seasons : VALLI
60. Feminine suffix : ENNE
61. Prospector's strike : LODE
63. Jesus, for one : JEW
64. "Aladdin" prince : ALI
65. ___ Simeon, Calif. : SAN
67. Co. with brown trucks : UPS

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