New York Times, Monday, April 8, 2013

Author: Janet R. Bender
Editor: Will Shortz
Janet R. Bender
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {HQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 30 for Ms. Bender. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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1. Former British colony in the South Pacific : FIJI
5. Wide : BROAD
10. Whip : FLOG
14. Melville novel : OMOO
15. British truck : LORRY
16. Puerto ___ : RICO
17. Words from Ali Baba : OPENSESAME
19. Aware of : ONTO
20. Assassinated : SLAIN
21. Range from Peru to Chile : ANDES
22. Use a shovel : DIG
25. Beavers' school : OREGONSTATE
28. Cabinet department since 1977 : ENERGY
30. Rumple, with "up" : MUSS
31. List that goes from Appetizers to Desserts : MENU
32. Oscar winner Davis : GEENA
34. Physicians' org. : AMA
37. Windows or Unix : OPERATINGSYSTEM
41. Ave. crossers : STS
42. Europe's longest river : VOLGA
43. Branching-out point : NODE
44. Nickname of a three-time A.L. M.V.P. : AROD
45. Like many a winter sweater : WOOLEN
47. What Jesus is said to have been born without : ORIGINALSIN
52. "Wee" boy : LAD
53. Outspoken : VOCAL
54. Hammond ___, author of "The Wreck of the Mary Deare" : INNES
56. Prepare for publication : EDIT
57. Cranberry juice brand : OCEANSPRAY
62. Descartes who wrote "Cogito, ergo sum" : RENE
63. Burning : AFIRE
64. Hairdo for any of the Jackson 5 : AFRO
65. Clothing : TOGS
66. Photocopier need : TONER
67. Twist, as polling results : SKEW
1. Egg ___ yung : FOO
2. Little devil : IMP
3. Vice president Biden : JOE
4. Charged particles : IONS
5. Like tired eyes, maybe : BLEARY
6. Comic O'Donnell : ROSIE
7. Arboreal ape, informally : ORANG
8. Elbow's place : ARM
9. Go from blond to brunet, say : DYE
10. Is the lead singer of : FRONTS
11. Singer Ronstadt : LINDA
12. Eightsome : OCTET
13. "Silly" bird : GOOSE
18. Walk, as through mud : SLOG
21. Analyze, as ore : ASSAY
22. Test versions : DEMOS
23. Clumsy : INEPT
24. Heredity carriers : GENES
26. Alpha's counterpart : OMEGA
27. Some parochial school teachers : NUNS
29. Work by Karel Capek : RUR
32. Funny Radner : GILDA
33. London is its cap. : ENG
34. Coral formation : ATOLL
35. Jason's wife in mythology : MEDEA
36. Change : AMEND
38. Singer Lavigne : AVRIL
39. Animated character : TOON
40. ___-Cat : SNO
44. Playing marbles : AGATES
45. Unreturned tennis shot : WINNER
46. Washington bills : ONES
47. Not concealed : OVERT
48. Event with barrel racing : RODEO
49. Sweetest part of a cake : ICING
50. Pacifists' protest demonstration : LIEIN
51. Trap : SNARE
55. Places to get massages : SPAS
57. ___ bran : OAT
58. Corp. money person : CFO
59. D.C.'s ___ Stadium : RFK
60. "___ you kidding me?" : ARE
61. "Man, that hurts!" : YOW

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