New York Times, Saturday, April 30, 2011

Author: Frederick J. Healy
Editor: Will Shortz
Frederick J. Healy
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 38 Missing: {X} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Healy. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2011, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Frame part : JAMB
5. Chopping center? : DOJO
9. Post holder : BLOG
13. One for whose benefit a legal suit is brought : USEE
14. Hazzard County deputy : ENOS
15. Bit of avian anatomy : QUILL
16. Bit of avian anatomy : BILL
17. A cowboy may have a big one : BELTBUCKLE
19. "Unlikely" : IDOUBTIT
21. Collect copiously : RAKEIN
22. Cliff dweller's setting : LEDGE
23. Gets by : EVADES
24. "True, alas" : AFRAIDSO
28. Weapon lengthener? : EER
29. Heat-seeking grp.? : NRA
30. Wide-eyed : NAIVE
32. Cross : ROOD
35. Some cats : TOMS
37. Private practice? : DRILL
39. Sheep genus : OVIS
41. Ones given latitude? : MAPS
43. Total messes : STIES
45. Titus, e.g.: Abbr. : EMP
46. Knock over : ROB
48. Western master : ZANEGREY
50. Inn's end : DANUBE
53. Dots on 41-Across : TOWNS
54. "___ Adventures Under Ground" : ALICES
55. Poor : NOTSOHOT
58. Be completely set : HAVEITMADE
60. "Oh, No! It's ___" (1982 rock album) : DEVO
61. Second in cmd. : LIEUT
62. Partner of 56-Down : ENDS
63. Player of one of TV's Sopranos : ILER
64. Betray irritability : SNAP
65. Noted elephant designer : NAST
66. Mr. Peggotty's "little" niece : EMLY
1. Celebratory : JUBILANT
2. Save : ASIDEFROM
3. Soap ingredient? : MELODRAMA
4. Prized caviar : BELUGA
5. Creation from plastic? : DEBT
6. "The ___ have almost forgot": Shak. : ONEI
7. Kick : JOLT
8. Toward der Orient : OST
9. Wrangler : BUCKAROO
10. See 47-Down : LIKED
11. Dragon puppet : OLLIE
12. Gorges : GLENS
15. Warble : QUAVER
18. "Desperate Housewives" role : BREE
20. Summer of Love prelude : BEIN
25. Brit's "guv" : DAD
26. Patrick Stewart and Alan Cumming, e.g. : SIRS
27. 1990s Disney chief : OVITZ
31. "Grace Before Meat" pen name : ELIA
33. Steamroller : OVERWHELM
34. Bit of pulp : DIMENOVEL
36. Smarten : SPRUCEUP
38. Singer Barry : LEN
40. Read with intelligence : SPYSTORY
42. "That's life" : SOBEIT
44. Completists' goals : SETS
47. With 10-Down, favored the most : BEST
49. Perk : GOODIE
50. "Fantastic Mr. Fox" author and family : DAHLS
51. Chef Ducasse : ALAIN
52. Olay alternative : NIVEA
55. Family nickname : NANA
56. Partner of 62-Across : ODDS
57. Try : TEST
59. Checkers, e.g. : MEN

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