New York Times, Saturday, April 3, 2010

Author: Peter A. Collins and Joe Krozel
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter A. Collins
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Joe Krozel
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 27 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 34 for Mr. Collins. This is puzzle # 34 for Mr. Krozel. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Apparently floored : SLACKJAWED
11. Like some fraternities nowadays : COED
15. Baby's mind, e.g. : TABULARASA
16. It spins its wheels : AXLE
17. When "you're gonna want me for your girl," in a 1963 hit : ONEFINEDAY
18. Longtime "The Price Is Right" model Parkinson : DIAN
19. Chief Powhatan's son-in-law : ROLFE
20. Like some Ger. nouns : NEUT
21. Clean rags? : EDIT
22. Much like : ALA
23. Pleased : GLAD
25. Ziti alternative : ROTINI
27. Bat mitzvah, e.g. : GIRL
29. Nut's offspring : OSIRIS
31. Kind of state in the East : ZEN
32. Transfuses : ENDUES
34. Neighbors of Indians : NEPALESE
36. "Mr. Hulot's Holiday" Oscar nominee : TATI
38. Plaza-to-plaza stretch: Abbr. : TPKE
39. Putting to rest : QUIETING
43. Response to "Are you awake?" : IAMNOW
47. Freud's "Totem ___ Tabu" : UND
48. Attempt to bypass opposition : ENDRUN
50. Sun-baked : SERE
51. Many 31-Across practitioners : ASIANS
53. Bit of rootless flora : ALGA
55. Org. in which people get belted : WBA
56. Any member of the Safavid dynasty : SHAH
57. Shut up : PENT
59. Christian apologist who wrote "The Four Loves" : LEWIS
61. Last name of twin gymnasts in the 2004 Olympics : HAMM
62. Crush : ANNIHILATE
64. 1957 Tony winner Adams : EDIE
65. It might have red herrings : CRIMENOVEL
66. What's often pounded out : DENT
67. Pieces of surprising news : EYEOPENERS
1. An unused item may be placed in it : STORAGE
2. Ointment base : LANOLIN
3. "Sic et Non" theologian : ABELARD
4. Copper bracelet? : CUFF
5. Star light? : KLIEG
6. Half of a popular 1960s singing duo : JAN
7. Places where stands have been made : ARENAS
8. Attacked energetically : WADEDIN
9. The Bible's "cunning hunter" : ESAU
10. Vacationing very briefly : DAYTRIPPING
11. General starting point? : CADET
12. Go from aluminum to alumina, say : OXIDIZE
13. Bistro seen in "Manhattan" : ELAINES
14. It's under a canine's coat : DENTINE
24. Show featuring the scheming Dr. Zachary Smith : LOSTINSPACE
26. Japanese for "large hill" : OSAKA
28. One with a long neck and a rounded body : LUTE
30. Out of practice?: Abbr. : RET
33. Like items that have been put away : EATEN
35. NASA's Falcon and Intrepid : LEMS
37. Poll abbr. : IND
39. Put to rest : QUASHED
40. Expose to light : UNSHADE
41. "Raid on Entebbe" role : IDIAMIN
42. Family member : GRANNIE
44. Avant-garde : NEWWAVE
45. NASA vehicle : ORBITER
46. Sly sorts : WEASELS
49. Last, to Luigi : ULTIMO
52. Record producer Ertegun in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame : AHMET
54. Coat cut : ALINE
58. Eliza's mentor, to Eliza : ENRY
60. Piedmont university : ELON
63. Tuned in : HEP

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