New York Times, Wednesday, April 4, 2007

Author: Bette Sue Cohen
Editor: Will Shortz
Bette Sue Cohen
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 47 for Ms. Cohen. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Musical marks : TIES
5. Potentially offensive : UNPC
9. Doll for boys : GIJOE
14. Shaping tool : ADZE
15. "Quo Vadis" role : NERO
16. "___ Mio" : OSOLE
17. Manor man : LORD
18. Some folk acts : DUOS
19. Some BlackBerry reading : EMAIL
20. Captain Renault player in "Casablanca" : CLAUDERAINS
23. Those against : NOS
24. Software pkg. item : CDROM
25. Actor Epps : OMAR
27. ___ corpus : HABEAS
30. Different : UNALIKE
33. ___ Amin in "The Last King of Scotland" : IDI
34. Slangy assents : YEAHS
37. Nancy who married Ronald Reagan : DAVIS
38. Reuners: Abbr. : RELS
40. When clocks are changed back from D.S.T. in the fall : AT2AM
42. Fixes the time on, as a clock : SETS
43. ___ none : ALLOR
45. Like some checking accounts : NOFEE
47. "Citizen X" actor : REA
48. "It's possible" : MAYBESO
50. Like some stares : GLASSY
52. Dept. of Labor div. : OSHA
53. From the top : AGAIN
55. Film lover's channel : AMC
57. Oscar nominee for "Pinky," 1949 : ETHELWATERS
62. Tuscany city : SIENA
64. Zone : AREA
65. Island do : LUAU
66. Studio sign : ONAIR
67. Decree : FIAT
68. Jay Gould railroad : ERIE
69. Slapped in court? : FINED
70. Revival setting : TENT
71. Partner of cones : RODS
1. 1 on the Mohs scale : TALC
2. One on a pedestal : IDOL
3. Pound of verse : EZRA
4. Break down and then draw in : SEDUCE
5. Like Cousteau's work : UNDERSEA
6. Prefix with transmitter : NEURO
7. Tourney for all : PROAM
8. "___ fan tutte" : COSI
9. Loses it : GOESMAD
10. Philosophy : ISM
11. "Enter Talking" autobiographer, 1986 : JOANRIVERS
12. Hodgepodge : OLIO
13. They're caught in pots : EELS
21. Do-or-die time : DDAY
22. NCO part : NON
26. [sigh] : ALAS
27. U. S. Grant's given first name : HIRAM
28. ___ Rogers St. Johns : ADELA
29. Singer with the 1984 hit "Caribbean Queen" : BILLYOCEAN
30. B-52 org. : USAF
31. Symbols of highness : KITES
32. Op-ed piece : ESSAY
35. Au's is 79 : ATNO
36. Theme of this puzzle : H2O
39. Shows disconsolateness : SOBS
41. Electrical power unit : MEGAWATT
44. Listened to again : REHEARD
46. He directed Marlon : ELIA
49. Went nowhere : SAT
51. One in a rack : ANTLER
53. Mountain home : AERIE
54. Reap : GLEAN
55. Starting on : ASOF
56. Certain iPod : MINI
58. Sword handle : HAFT
59. Mark's replacement : EURO
60. Bookie's worry : RAID
61. Hauls to court : SUES
63. Never, in Nuremberg : NIE

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