New York Times, Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Author: Daniel Kantor and Jay Kaskel
Editor: Will Shortz
Daniel Kantor
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Kantor. This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Kaskel. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "The Divine Comedy," for one : EPIC
5. Elisabeth of "Cocktail" : SHUE
9. Housecat : TABBY
14. It could be revolving : DOOR
15. Mann of the Haus : HERR
16. High-end Honda : ACURA
17. Windsor princess : ANNE
18. Book of Mormon book : OMNI
19. Dizzy Gillespie's jazz : BEBOP
20. "I asked for tomato bisque, not gazpacho!" (complaint #1) : MYSOUPISCOLD
23. Place for a housecat : LAP
24. ___ du Diable : ILE
25. Cousin of "aargh!" : ACK
28. "Has our waiter even made eye contact?" (complaint #2) : AREWEINVISIBLE
33. ___-Magnon : CRO
34. Shad ___ : ROE
35. Sharpshooting Annie : OAKLEY
36. Chart anew : REMAP
39. 14+ : UHF
41. Zig and zag : WEAVE
42. Money for money : ATMFEE
44. Au naturel : RAW
46. Something Elizabeth II has? : ZED
47. "What, are they growing the food?" (complaint #3) : WHERESOURORDER
51. Sevilla seasoning : SAL
52. Manhandle : PAW
53. Actor Stephen : REA
54. Title of this puzzle : WHINEANDDINE
60. Place for a barbecue : PATIO
63. Titan's place : SILO
64. A rock band's name often appears on it : DRUM
65. Bikini, e.g. : ATOLL
66. Language of the Hindustan Express : URDU
67. Sci-fi sage : YODA
68. Al ___ (a bit firm) : DENTE
69. Mulching material : PEAT
70. 10 C-notes : ONEG
1. Mild yellow cheese : EDAM
2. My Little ___ (kids' toy line) : PONY
3. Charge holders : IONS
4. Spicy cuisine : CREOLE
5. Free local paper : SHOPPER
6. Prefix with sphere : HEMI
7. Mantel pieces : URNS
8. 13th-century king of Denmark : ERICIV
9. Workshop fixture : TABLESAW
10. Nailed, as a test : ACED
11. Pal : BUB
12. Pal : BRO
13. Pie hole : YAP
21. Motor City org. : UAW
22. Mishmash : OLIO
25. On fire : ABLAZE
26. Ingenious : CLEVER
27. Excited, with "up" : KEYED
28. Queen of Soul, familiarly : ARETHA
29. German commander at the invasion of Normandy : ROMMEL
30. Marker : IOU
31. ___ jacket : NEHRU
32. "South Park" boy : IKE
33. Sticking points? : CRAWS
37. It has a horn: Abbr. : AFR
38. Apartment security feature : PEEPHOLE
40. Distant : FAR
43. Morales of "La Bamba" : ESAI
45. Long past its prime : WORNOUT
48. Confesses (to) : OWNSUP
49. Bloodshot : RED
50. Pops : DADDYO
54. Suffer from the heat : WILT
55. The Old Sod : EIRE
56. Robert who won a Tony for "Guys and Dolls" : ALDA
57. Fairway club : IRON
58. Like Michelangelo's David : NUDE
59. Webzine : EMAG
60. Crash site? : PAD
61. Had a bit : ATE
62. Won ___ : TON

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